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64 facts tagged with Love Facts
In 2007, the 5000-year-old skeletal remains of two lovers embracing each other were found at Mantua.
In 2012, a running partner took his runner girlfriend on a run that ended at the place where they first met. When he showed her his GPS tracker, the tracked route read "MARRY ME".
When two strangers are forced to talk and maintain eye contact for a while, it can make them fall in love.
In Korea, there's a man named Lee Jin-gyu who fell in love and married his life-sized Japanese body pillow (called a "dakimakura").
Falling in love raises levels of nerve growth in a person's brain for about a year and can improve their memory.
In 2010, Gary Richmond was beaten into a coma. He woke up with amnesia and no memory of his wife of 20 years. Subsequently, he ended up falling in love with her all over again!
A couple had their wedding rings engraved with a waveform of their own voices saying "I do."
According to the New York Times, a study conducted during the 1980's found that men who kiss their wives before leaving for work live longer, get into fewer car accidents, and have a higher income than married men who don't.