Then, as if the clock had started up again, the men and women cautiously reconfigured themselves into increasingly passionate couple dancing, only to drift apart
with three of the women left crumpled, detritus-like, on the floor.
Joking aside, I think you run the risk of living separate lives at the weekends, which in turn could make you drift apart
and spell disaster for your relationship.
If you don't, your lives may drift apart
, which would be sad for you both.
As people grow up, move away, have families or just drift apart
, they lose friendships at the rate of 1.
Richard Kane, founder and director of National Marriage Week, said: 'Couples who drift apart
do so because time together is pressured and unrewarding.
The discovery suggests that dipterocarps have existed for much longer than previously thought--even before the split of ancient landmasses over 80 million years ago, when South America and Africa began to drift apart
, the group asserts.
It is as if they were buoyed by an invisible body of water in which they bob and dip, bump and abut, overlap and drift apart
Shapiro says that once recombination between the X and Y was suppressed, they were free to drift apart
We just started to drift apart
, probably from about the beginning of the year.
Although this relationship is very important to both of us, I'm scared we'll drift apart
If you want results, you both have to put some effort in because, until you do, as you rightly say, you will drift apart
We used to live almost next door and had been seeing each other for nearly a year but I'm worried the distance may mean we'll drift apart