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Lost Keys Can Cost You Up To 36 Kisses A Day!

If you’re in a relationship, losing your keys could be costing you up to 36 kisses every day.

And this doesn’t even include all the time you spend looking for your phone, wallet or TV remote!

Kissing and looking for our misplaced things are two things most of us engage in daily.

If you had to choose, would you rather kiss or look for your keys?

According to a survey by IKEA, we spend between 1 to 10 minutes a day looking for lost things around our homes, with an average person searching for their things for around 6 minutes a day.

A typical kiss will last between 10 to 12 seconds, but the number of kisses you give or receive depends on your age, how long you have been in a relationship, and of course how comfortable you are with displaying your emotion in public.

Looking for your lost keys can really affect the number of kisses you and your loved one exchange.

Imagine your morning ritual. You’re at the door, about to kiss your partner before you leave, when you suddenly realize your car keys are missing.

Instead of a leisurely kiss that will make you relax, you’re now both frantically looking for the missing car keys.

By the time you’ve found the keys, you’ve lost about 6 minutes of your time, along with a couple of sweet kisses.

Morning, afternoon, or evening, moments together are precious, so don’t waste them looking for your keys!

Help each other find your keys, phones, and wallets with the special Chipolo Love BUNDLE.

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