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ave you ever looked at the person you love and wondered, "What were the odds of us meeting and winding up head over heels?
" I did the other day, and because I wondered it out loud—and because the person I love is a social scientist—he immediately looked it up in a book called .
The odds were actually pretty good, he informed me.
Sixty-three percent of married couples meet the way we did, through a network of friends. I always knew dating was a numbers game, but I'd never thought to take that saying literally.