11/28/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011

The Death Of Romance Occurs After Two Years, Six Months And 25 Days, Study Says

The honeymoon period is officially over two years, six months and 25 days into wedlock, according to new research.

This is the point in the average marriage where both partners take each other, and their relationship, completely for granted.

After the second wedding anniversary couples are far more likely to scatter socks and pants around the house, leave the toilet seat up, hog the remote control and go without make-up.

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