If Ben and Jen can’t make it work with 17 bathrooms all hope is lost

If Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez can’t make a house with 17 bathrooms work, none of us can.

Ben and Jennifer are plagued by break-up rumors and Ben, who has the face of a rested and grumpy man, is said to be living separately.

Things may not be going well, but the couple owns an $86 million Hollywood mansion. It has four kitchens, 17 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms.

It cannot be said that the couple had no space.

We’ve all heard the theory that separate bathrooms can make or break a marriage. Sometimes, the bare minimum of privacy can be the secret to romance.

Psychologist Carly Dober said the theory is accurate and isn’t just one of those things someone preaches after three glasses of wine on a girls’ night out.

He stressed that everyone is “different,” but said some couples may benefit from separate bathrooms.

“I think if small moves, like separate bathrooms, increase the quality of their relationship, then do it,” he advised.

Well, Jennifer and Ben had 17 restroom options and so much space that they could accommodate more families, which they need.

Ben has three children with his ex Jennifer Garner and Jennifer has her own teenage twins, who she shares with her ex Marc Anthony.

Aside from all that shared space, I mean, they don’t even have to share a refrigerator and deal with how your partner thinks it’s appropriate to package something.

Things still don’t seem to be going well.

At this point it’s hard to know what’s true.

Sure, Jennifer attended the Met Gala herself, but she was spotted at Ben’s eldest daughter Violet’s graduation party as recently as this week, so who knows?

The two have not commented on the breakup rumors, which is pretty typical. They’re A-listers, not people on TikTok who insist on making videos about their boring days. However, they also did not deny reports that Ben escaped from the cage.

So what’s going on? Someone call Tracy Grimshaw; she would go all the way with a frantic cameraman at her side.

It would be depressing if they broke up.

Ben and Jennifer’s great love story is destined for the history books or, if you’re Jennifer Lopez, your own documentary TThe greatest love story ever told.

It’s a must watch; Jennifer prepares for her new album while she talks about Ben, and Ben wanders around looking uncomfortable and confused.

At one point, Jennifer shows a group of random musicians the private love letters Ben sent her to inspire them. Ben looks puzzled.

He probably made the mistake of thinking that just because he referred them to Jennifer, they were private.

He needs to grow up and deal with the fact that he married a diva who will exploit his personal life for a sick dance track that people can dance to.

Anyway, we all know the story: they met in 2002, got engaged, called off the wedding in 2004, and rekindled their romance in 2021, right after Ben made some very flattering quotes about Jennifer for a period. Instyle profile.

“She remains, to this day, the hardest working person I have ever met in this industry. She’s very talented, but she’s also worked very hard for her success, and I’m so happy for her that she seems to finally get the credit she deserves,” he said.

Of course they got back together by the end of the year and got married in 2022. I mean, how could he refuse? He called her a great talent.

All of this is to say, if Ben and Jennifer end up announcing that they’ve broken up, well, the greatest love story ever told, which has never been told much, might not be a great love story at all!

If you can’t be together, even when you don’t share a bathroom. Well, how much in love were you really?

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