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CRAZY LOVE FACTS
>Canadian porcupines kiss one another on the lips.
>Ladies in nudist camps tend to use more makeup than women elsewhere.
>Marital fights hit their peak in July. It's also the biggest month for riots, criminal violence and filing lawsuits.
>The average person falls in love seven times before marriage.
>10,000 people acquire marriage licenses each year but never actually get married.
>Women can talk longer with less effort than men. Why? Because the vocal cords of women are shorter than those of men and release less air through them to carry the sound.
>Studies by Dr. Karl F. Robinson of Northwestern University prove that men change their minds two or three times more often than do women.
>The average woman uses up approximately her height in lipstick every five years.
>Caesar was 54, Cleopatra 21 when they were dating.
>The longest kiss according to the Guinness Book of World Records lasted 417 hours.
-4 Free ways to show them that you love them TODAY:
> Use a thesaurus to help you describe your lover: charming, beautiful, alluring, stunning, gorgeous, exquisite, marvelous, magnificent, enticing, fabulous etc.
> Leave a trail of your clothes from the front door to the bedroom before they get home. >Hide a love note in a bottle of daily vitamins, or in the pants your significant other will wear that day. >On a cold morning warm up your lover's car for them. (They'll think about you their entire day)
>A lottery ticket and a note: "I hit the jackpot when I married you."
Another great idea:
>Send a dozen roses: 11 red and one white. Write a note that says: "In every bunch there's one who stands out - and you are that one."
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