Josh Martin

Will Your Relationship Last?
Will Your Relationship Last?

Harvard mathematicians have unveiled three questions that they say can determine whether a couple has the potential to stay together in the long run. Those three quirky questions are: “Do you like horror movies?” “Have you ever traveled around another country alone?” and “Wouldn’t it be fun to chuck it all and go live on a sailboat?” The mathematicians say if you find someone that answers all three of the questions the same way you do, the two of you make the perfect match. They also say that men should ask their prospective date if she likes the taste of beer. If she likes it, she’s 30 percent more likely to sleep with him on the first date than a woman who says no. Really?! Give it a try and see how it works out for you. My answers: Yes, No and No (because I get sea sick!).

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