One in five people stop locking lips after marriage

London: A survey has found that one in five married couples do not kiss for an entire week.

But if they do, it is usually a quick smooch lasting no more than five seconds, reports the Daily Express.

According to the survey, the younger sweethearts between 18 and 24, are more romantic, as they lock lips with a partner 11 times a week.

The findings have been released in a campaign by the British Heart Foundation to teach reviving skills like the kiss of life to schoolchildren as part of the national curriculum.


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