This week's question: A new study has found that couples who drink moderate amounts of alcohol together have better relationships, with the happiness boost being "significantly greater among wives." If the researchers were to write a marital advice book based on their finding, should it be called?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Lazy clam


THE WINNER: “Happy Hour Ever After”
Annette Entin, North Caldwell, New Jersey

SECOND PLACE: “The Booze and Don’ts of a Lasting Relationship”
Barbara James, Bedford, Massachusetts

THIRD PLACE: “The Mai Tais That Bind”
Deborah Salae, San Francisco


“A Pitcher-Perfect Marriage”
Justin Batey, North Hollywood, California

“From Beer to Eternity”
Nick De Cerchio, Lewes, Delaware

“I’ve Got Brew, Babe”
Steve Berlin, Sarasota, Florida

“We Are Mead for Each Other”
Ross Sippel, Pasadena, California

“50 Shades of Grey Goose”
Andrew Benjamin, Mt. Kisco, New York

“Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder”
Susan Nicholson, Decatur, Georgia

“Pourtrait of Wedded Bliss”
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York

“Days of Wine and Closeness”
Ron Grant, Gainesville, Georgia

“Marriage on the Rocks”
Paul Buchheit, Chicago

“Give Your Marriage a Shot”
Kevin Spinner, Mill Valley, California

“The Sobering Truth About Marriage”
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

“Eat, Drink and be Married”
Bruce Carlson, Alexandria, Virginia