A Hypothetical question here. Which do you believe to be more difficult: Keeping one spouse/partner happy for 50 years, or Keeping 50 different partners happy for a year each (i.e. the "honeymoon period") I believe keeping one person happy for 50 years is more difficult. How many relationships last 50 years? Consider all of the seasons of life a partner would go through with you - youth, middle age, old age - and all of the accompanying physical changes, psychological changes, etc. Sticking with it through good times and bad. Keeping the fun and excitelment going in the bedroom through all of those years. Think also about how many relationships end within a year. Consider too that the divorce rate is an an all-time high these days. The reason I bring this up is because I tend to respect - not the PLAYAHs who rack up the notches on their bedpost - but those who have managed to foster a long and healthy and loving relationship with a person over the course of a lifetime. Have you ever seen the old couple who still seem to love each other after many, many years? THAT guy (or lady) is the MAN! My opinion only; interested in hearing yours. Thanks.