(LONDON) -- Love means many different things to many different people.
Still, when Häagen-Dazs and The School of Life, which teaches students to live wisely and well, asked 2,000 British adults about their most intimate feelings, a majority of men said they had been in love with more than one person.
Only 45 percent of women made the same claim.
Meanwhile, 39 percent of men admitted to having one love of their life while 47 percent of women said they never loved more than one other.
Most people -- three out of four -- believe in the concept of one true love but a majority don't think it'll happen via the social networking site Tinder.
As for when a relationship really becomes a relationship, a third said when you meet your lover's family members, one in five says when the words "I love you" are spoken and three percent claims a relationship is born during sex.
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