For most women, all relationships start out very similarly.
In the beginning, you basically aim to be a modern-day Millennial Stepford Wife.
You eat salad on all of your dates, pretend you don’t have normal bodily functions and even wear makeup to bed because, yes, you want bae to think you do in fact wake up looking this damn flawless every day.
But once you spend a couple months together, the comfort level kicks up and you no longer feel the need to be on your best behavior because you can rest assured bae loves you, flaws and all.
Yep, this is the part where you turn into one of those couples who doesn’t mind doing seriously gross things in front of each other.
New research reveals that relationships hit the comfort phase after exactly 11 months and 24 days – when you’re happy to squeeze each other’s spots, leave the toilet door open and tell all about ex-partners.