If high school chemistry has taught us anything, it’s that science experiments have predictable outcomes. Whether the mixing of two chemicals causes a subtle reaction—or has the potential to blow the roof off—we usually know the end result.
Oddly enough, predicting a sizzle factor between two people isn’t so straightforward. Sure, biochemical reactions are at play when a guy gets sweaty-palmed and weak-kneed at the mere mention of her—the girl he woke up thinking about. But for the sake of relatability (and readability), let’s take a more practical approach as we consider 10 components of romantic chemistry.
Before we begin, it’s important to understand romantic chemistry first began with Adam and Eve. They undoubtedly shared a magnetism only God could create. But ladies, do sparks fly only when our husbands come home with a fresh haircut? And men, when your wives walk downstairs in a bathrobe? Let’s find out!
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