Culturally, we tend to romanticize the first kiss, the first sexual experience and the wedding, but what about the stuff in between? For proof, think about almost every romantic comedy you’ve ever seen: it’s always about how the two leads end up together, culminating in their first kiss or first “I love you.” These movies are only about finding the Happily Ever After, and if you watch Valentines’ Day or New Year’s Eve, it’s that sort of thing on speed. However, those movies rarely tell you about what happens afterward, the sacrifices that it takes to make happily ever after work, or that those struggles can be enjoyable, too. What about the third kiss or the thousandth kiss? Are they not great, too? Shouldn’t there be a moment when you hit that high-number smooch when confetti comes down and people jump out and scream, “One million served!”?