The goodnight kiss is a thing of the past (WHAT!!) and most of us sleep with our backs turned to our partner, according to a new study.
Eight in ten couples no longer kiss before nodding off. Photo: ALAMY 10:38AM BST 14 Oct 2012
The research into our nocturnal habits suggests romance is now dead in British bedrooms.
Indeed, a quarter of lovers say they cannot bear their partner touching them while they are sleeping.
The sleep behaviour study found that 54 per cent of Brits choose to turn away and sleep with their back to their lover in a bid to get a good night’s sleep.
And it isn’t just cuddling that’s off the agenda as 90 per cent of couples don’t utter the three important words ‘I love you’ before turning out the lights.
Well that aint the way it is here, Bunky
=== Cornhusk: shaken to his very core.