By now, she can even intuit what her fiancé wants before even knows—which comes in quite handy when one of the most difficult holidays to shop for comes around.
In fact, she says, she knows exactly what I should buy for him once I finally meet this elusive creature.
And she know—not only is she happily engaged, she also has her finger right on the pulse of menswear, injecting new looks from breakout designers into her own borrowed-from-the-boys wardrobe.
Because you'll inevitably be one of three things. Or you'll be single, and either not giving a fuck about being in a relationship and getting annoyed about all the people in the above category flooding your Instagram with rose pictures, or wishing you were in a relationship, and getting even more annoyed. The third option, and arguably most nightmare-ish of them all, is that you've just started dating someone, only you haven't had 'the talk' yet.
Either in a relationship, to which Valentine's Day will probably bring disappointment and awkwardness as you're literally forced to go out and behave all loved up, romantic and happy on a day you'd ordinarily spend eating spaghetti together in bed. You're probably stuck in a rut of responding to anyone who asks about your relationship status with: "oh, you know, we're just kinda seeing each other and sorta having a thing and sleeping together type thing and it doesn't really have a label. " So how do you deal with Valentine's Day when you're just Netflix and chilling? Option #1 – Pretend it isn't happening Let's be realistic. And nobody in their right minds has ever in their lives done anything on a Tuesday.
Some couples have a millions things in common, while others are complete opposites. Perhaps you share a love of sports or outdoor recreation.