Jewelry giant, ShaneCo, recently published an article that shows what each state's "love language" is. To determine this, they started looking at Google Trends data to identify the five major love languages, then surveyed over 2,600 Americans to break down the most popular love languages by age, gender, and location.

Quality-time together was the top love language around the country but not here in Minnesota. Here in the land of 10,000 lakes, we like hugging, kissing, backrubs, and the stuff that happens after all of those things - Physical touch was the most popular love language in Minnesota. Receiving gifts was the third most popular love language.

Craftedwithlove.com says the five love languages are Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch. And explains that it's obviously important to understand your primary love language and your partner's to create create a stronger bond.

I always thought that food was a love language so I looked that up to and according to sheknows.com some experts consider it to be the sixth love language. Touch would definitely be my primary with food being my secondary. Do you know your love language?

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