Relationships can be great - for one thing, statistically speaking you have more sex than single people. They can bring meaning to your life, comfort, and rolls. Both the deliciosu bread roll in a K-Fry lunch box and the physical rolls on your beauty of a one-pack belly.
That's right, science has confirmed people coupled up are statistically speaking, fatter than their single mates.
A new study conducted at the University of Queensland in Australia analysed a decade's worth of data from over 15,000 people and found that couples in happy relationships weighed an average of 5.8kg more than their single counterparts.
They also discovered that those coupled-up had an average weight gain of 1.8kg per
Lead author Dr Stephanie Schoeppe told New Scientist magazine: "When couples don't need to look attractive and slim to attract a partner, they may feel more comfortable in eating more, or eating more foods high in fat and sugar."
We hear ya Stephanie. And it's fried chicken for dinner tonight.