They've been married for over 60 years and they still call each other pet names.

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they both have black-eyes and still smiling in bliss.

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eye contact, body language, how they talk to eachother. there's just some harmony there

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Love to share everything in their relationship.

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They communicate a LOT there's a LOT of hand holding and kissing and they are ALWAYS honest with each other oh and they also eventually forgive each other for the things they've done wrong

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Thanks for answering! Just a question though, can't you do all that and not be in love. I have.

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Beer

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Y?

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Y not ?

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No it was a sarcastic Y as in why did you have to answer if you couldn't be serious.

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Beer :o) and that is a serious answer !

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It's hard as an onlooker of a couple you don't know to tell if they are really in love, especially if they have been together awhile. Some things that stand out:<br />
they stay together a long time<br />
they are there for each other when it counts<br />
Together at holidays at least some holidays<br />
they have a lot in common, are compatible people, parties together<br />
that is just surface stuff. Couples long term or serious are not usually going to do lots of PDA, there is sort of a security in the relationship. <br />
Like rainy has said, a couple doesn't have selfishness, they are in it for the couple, they wouldn't risk ruining the relationship for a selfish end. They feel that the other person is very important. You support the other person in their goals. That is important. Couples with strong marriages support each other and work together.

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Thanks for answering!

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To me it's longevity. If two people are still in contact on any level after years then there is a deeper connection there because the majority of people move on to the next one pretty quickly.

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Nowadays that is soooooo true! Thanks for answering!

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