‘7-month’ itch a big roadblock for loved-up couples
London: It takes just seven months for couples to become complacent about their relationship, claims a survey.
According to the survey of 1,000 adults by personal grooming company Remington, more than half of those who participated in the study said they made a special effort to keep well groomed in the first few months.
However, after seven months men stopped bothering about being seen unshaven and women stopped dressing to impress, reports The Daily Express.
The participants said they were less concerned about their partner seeing them do even offensive things, like farting.
But 9 in 10 women admitted letting themselves go after the honeymoon period, while 88 per cent of men confessed to making less of an effort.