Study: Double Dating Ignites Passion In Relationships

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Study: Double Dating Ignites Passion In Relationships

According to recent research, going on double dates increases romance between couples because sharing intimate thoughts and feelings with other pairs helps reignite the passion of early dating and brings people closer together. What do you think?

  • “It’s true. Nothing’s hotter than trying to divvy up a restaurant bill.”

    Deirdre Corcoran
    Payroll Processor
  • “Yes, my penis was rock hard the entire time my wife and I were out with Tom and Linda last week.”

    Johnny Kalder
    Dock Worker
  • “I’ve tried that! I’ve tried everything! The spark is just gone! Oh, God! Janet, what happened to us?”

    Mark Readman
    Hardwood Installer
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