According to a new survey, married couples who watch five romantic comedies together a month are HALF as likely to split up in the first three years of marriage.  Now there's a catch, you have to also talk about the movie afterwards, and compare them to your real life relationship.  This sounds like way to much work here!

Researchers from both the University of Rochester and UCLA studied 174 newly wed couples, and found that ones who did the above, were on the path to success.  24% of the couples who didn't, ended up in splitsville.  Who funds this type of research?  Do we need this research?  Sound off!