A Statistically Accurate And Consequently Unromantic Love Song

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"If I Didn't Have You (I'd Have Somebody Else)" is an amusing song by Tim Minchin. It points out that, contrary to the wisdom that there's one perfect romantic parnter out there, if he wasn't with the woman to whom he is presently attached, he would probably be with another woman and having an equally (or possibly more) fulfilling relationship. And moreover, it's unlikely that he's found his soulmate at the age of seventeen.

via reddit

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Actually, under the reductionist frame of romantic relationships, I would say it's more likely you would find "your" soulmate at 17, when you're personality is consolidating and your bonding hormones are most potent.

All the people with the deepest bonds I've met have been, like 80 year olds who were married as teenagers.
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