avocadhoe 5 years ago on Not Being Engaged Is Fun And All, But I'm Kinda Over It Jesus Christ. 4 Log in to reply or vote on comments
Cinco, Derby, graduation, and best friend’s birthday all rolled into one weekend. Ts and Ps please.
“Losing yourself in someone else is the sign of a bad relationship, not a good one.”
Anyone who realizes this is A+ material in my book.
I might get downvoted to hell for this, but to last name girl:
I could be reading into it, but it sounds like your fears are a little deeper than what your signature will look like. It sounds like you see your name as an important part of your identity (personally, I agree), and changing it is a reflection of the huge, life-altering decision you’re about to make. Marriage takes two independent people and, in many ways, requires them to function as a unit to be successful. It sounds to me like keeping your name is a way of keeping part of yourself intact – which is perfectly okay.
Anyway, there’s no right or wrong answer. Take some time and think about what feels right to you, and do that. The right man will love you either way, and who gives a shit what anyone else thinks?
Beat me to it. Add to this list Noah and Allie from the Notebook. Their relationship was freakishly unhealthy.
Maybe when you first start bumping uglies, but after the honeymoon phase, time with your friends becomes even more valuable.
Came here to say this.
True. One of the biggest indicators about a person is how they treat service staff.
I already love Claire simply because of how inferior she makes Girl feel.
I’m not saying this is a perfectly logical answer, but I think that getting a lap dance at a strip club is pretty similar to watching porn. You’re getting to look at something different, but you’re not connecting with them personally and potentially sleeping with them (unless you date someone who would pay to fuck a stripper, in which case, RUN).
If a guy is out in public and a girl is grinding on him, I think those circumstances and where they could lead are totally different.
Strip club girlfriend: have you ever been to a strip club? If not, I’d recommend at least checking it out. Dillon is spot on that they’re mostly for the novelty, and you’ll quickly be able to spot the few creeps that take it seriously. It’s not exactly ideal to think of someone else’s boobs in your boyfriend’s face, but it’s a bachelor party and it’s not like he’s gonna be there every weekend. Bring it up and tell him how you feel, but I can guarantee it’s almost certainly harmless.
Orgasm girl: I think sex is at least 75% mental. If you’re really turned on, you’re way more likely to get off. For me, this means a good deal of foreplay and just letting go and enjoying myself in the moment. Find whatever gets you going and run with that.
Agreed. There’s nothing worse than having to repeatedly reassure a grown man.
Why haven’t Eric’s friends punched him in the balls yet?
Plot twist: Todd is staying behind to frantically pack his shit and make a run for it.
(I know, I know. Let me dream.)
I completely agree, I just wanted to provide context for her statement.
I think what she’s saying is that it’s still very much a cultural norm in the South that men pay for everything, outside of major metro areas where splitting has become more commonplace. Right or wrong, I’ve had men tell me it’s emasculating when women attempt to pay/split the bill.
Just confirmed: no 40 floor buildings in Rosslyn either…