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Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher Taking The Next Big Step!

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Cohabitation!!!

That’s right, Perezcious readers, even though Ashton Kutcher is still legally a married man, he is bringing his new lady into his home.

Hey, don’t judge. It’s not like he’s having a kid with someone else.

We kid, we kid!

There might not be a baby on board yet, but Ashton and Mila Kunis are getting one step closer as he’s moving her into his Hollywood Hills home so they can have sexXxy fun times every day of the week.

And it sounds like this move could not be more right for the former costars as a source commented:

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Did You Know It's Illegal In Florida To Live Together If You're Not Married?

Florida Law Unmarried Cohabitation Illegal

WTF, right?

That was our first response too, but apparently it's a law that was made in the 1800s and just hasn't been repealed.

But it's still a technicality, so even though it isn't enforced, it could be at any given time.

That is, unless

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Americans Becoming Cynical About Marriage

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We're not surprised!

According to a survey from Pew Research Center and Time Magazine, only half of Americans are getting married, which is down from 72 percent in 1960.

And 40 percent of US adults think marriage is obsolete!

"Marriage has always been obsolete," said Tammy Infusino, an NYC musician. "People have been cheating forever. It's more about what you have with who you are with, not what you call it."

Marriage has decreased for the most part around 20-somethings. Two years ago, 26 percent of adults under 30 were marriage compared with 68 percent in 1960.

"Kids today are afraid of commitment because most of their parents' marriages have failed or have been unhappy," said retired teacher Theresa Piccola.

Cohabitation has doubled since 1990, while 44 percent of those surveyed said they've lived with their significant other at some point.

Marriage may be on the outs but love still exists. 93 percent of people said love was the primary reason to wed.

They're right. And hopefully one day, everyone can have that privilege!

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