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No definite answer to ‘How much do you love me’ reveals research report

28, Jun 2015 By Anil Sharma

New Delhi: A committee of 5 including superiors from almost every social sector revealed after a year long research that there is no definite answer to the most asked question particularly by wives and girlfriends, “How much do you love me?”

Lead Researcher and Mathematician Dr. Kamal Singh said that he found the results of the study disappointing but had to accept them based on the data collected by the committee.

I do love you, but i don't know how much
I do love you, but i don’t know how much

Dr. Singh spoke at a press conference in New Delhi and stated, “As a mathematician, I believe any question of ‘how much’ should have a concrete answer. The exception is mathematical equation for which the solution is infinity. But separate from those, it feels dissatisfying to obtain the results we did.”

“We worked hard for it but couldn’t manage to get a positive result. It’s sad that no one from the team succeed in finding the unit of measurement for love.”, Dr. Singh told reporters.

“I am sorry to say this but for now we will have to go with the usual ‘a lot’ as an answer for this question. Or, you can make it creepier by spreading your arms as wide as possible while poking someone in the eyes and say this much when someone asks you such question.”, Dr. Singh said.

“Although, while we were researching we figured out that there could be a few more responses to this question which are better than the ones we are using till today. Like ‘I love you more than Kanye West loves Kanye West’ can be a gem of an answer. Because, I believe that’s a lot of  love we are talking about here.”, Dr. Singh added.

Dr. Singh and his team apologized to the fearful husbands and boyfriends who have to face this question almost every day for not being able to help them in any way. Though, the team said that they haven’t lost all their hopes yet and their next project would be to figure out apt replies for “Khane me kya banau?” and “How many times have I told you not to do this?”