I have my doubts, but according to new research, couples start to let their looks go by the wayside in year 2 of marriage. I thought maybe it would be year 5 or so, but nope.

And men start letting go first, at age 46. Women wait until about age 59.

Past research has shown that looks still matter in a marriage years into it, so is the looks issue part of the 50 percent divorce rate? No one has that answer yet. Let's face it, gravity kicks our butts and boobs as we age, so do we just give a pass to our spouses?

While we ponder, answer this: