My Rule for Relationships – The New Yorker


The New Yorker

My Rule for Relationships
The New Yorker
I have a simple rule for making sure I don't get too entangled in romantic liaisons: no matter how tempted I might be, I never let any given relationship last for more than twenty-five years. Sure, it may seem stringent. But the truth is that, once you

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