Dating and no good night kiss

19-Sep-2018 01:48

These body language indicators all say that your date is interested – and the longer each movement lingers, the more interested they are.

If it seems like they’re hesitant, don’t assume your date isn’t interested, they may just be shy.

Hillary Scott said: “We love writing songs from personal experience, and this is definitely one of those songs.

The survey makes for bleak bedtime reading: we are a squabbling, sex-deprived nation who can barely sleep together, let alone stay together.

One in four couples argues “constantly” because they are kept awake by each other’s sleeping habits; a quarter of couples in their “sexual prime” (35 “and above”, according to the survey, commissioned by the notoriously romantic Travelodge) are considering spending every night in separate beds.

Of those who can bear to share, only 1 per cent said that they sleep in “the romantic” position: the woman lying with her head and arm on the man’s chest (and no wonder – who in their right mind wants to use a sweaty mass of flesh and hair as a pillow when they have a perfectly good memory foam number that cost £50 from John Lewis? Only 7 per cent sleep facing one another, while the “lover’s knot” – face to face, legs intertwined – was a favourite of just eight per cent of couples (that many? “Inevitably,” says relationship psychologist Corinne Sweet, “once the first flush of lust wears off, it is more likely that the need for a good night’s sleep predominates”.

But we need to pucker up, people, and rediscover the joy of the traditional goodnight kiss.

Hillary Scott said: “We love writing songs from personal experience, and this is definitely one of those songs.The survey makes for bleak bedtime reading: we are a squabbling, sex-deprived nation who can barely sleep together, let alone stay together.One in four couples argues “constantly” because they are kept awake by each other’s sleeping habits; a quarter of couples in their “sexual prime” (35 “and above”, according to the survey, commissioned by the notoriously romantic Travelodge) are considering spending every night in separate beds.Of those who can bear to share, only 1 per cent said that they sleep in “the romantic” position: the woman lying with her head and arm on the man’s chest (and no wonder – who in their right mind wants to use a sweaty mass of flesh and hair as a pillow when they have a perfectly good memory foam number that cost £50 from John Lewis? Only 7 per cent sleep facing one another, while the “lover’s knot” – face to face, legs intertwined – was a favourite of just eight per cent of couples (that many? “Inevitably,” says relationship psychologist Corinne Sweet, “once the first flush of lust wears off, it is more likely that the need for a good night’s sleep predominates”.But we need to pucker up, people, and rediscover the joy of the traditional goodnight kiss.Picture a near-perfect date, the conversation has been flowing, the chemistry is electric and so naturally, you want to end the evening on a high and give your date a good night kiss.