Post # 1
So I have spent the past two weekends at weddings. Weddings for mutal friends of the SO and myself. Both of which, began their relationships, after the SO and I. One was single and the other was dating and even living with another person when we got together! Now they are both married. I’m feeling so frustrated. Not to mention embarassed. It makes me feel like people think something must be wrong with one or both of us. =/
I’m just glad he was the one who had all of the “so when are you two getting married?” questions directed at him this time.
haha his face was pretty priceless, every time he got that question. I had to give him the ole see it doesn’t feel so good does it, to which he had to agree. bwahahaha for whatever reason, it just brought me so much pleasure to see him have to deal with that. Don’t get me wrong I love him and don’t get pleasure from his discomfort, but it was just so nice to have people asking him instead of me. He’s the one they should ask in the first place. And to be honest I was glad he got to experience first hand the way this thing I’ve been complaining about for almost a year first hand.
Am I mean? lol
Post # 3
Nope! Sometimes guys need a little “push” in the right direction… hehe. Sometimes it can be so frusterating waiting, but who knows… Maybe he has something in the works all ready. Have you guys discussed a “timeline” of sorts?
Post # 4
Yes we deffinetly have but I’m refusing to get my hopes up anymore, as timelines have fallen through due to unforseen circumstances twice now. =/ I feel it is coming soon but like I said, I’m at a believe it when I see it and probably not even then kind of place lol.
Post # 5
I know how you feel, because I get the “when are you getting married” question too. Only I am engaged. I just haven’t gotten to actually making plans and setting a date yet.
SO I really don’t have any excuses other than being organizationally challenged, LOL. But people still ask, and it still makes me feel like there is something wrong with me, too.
Here’s the thing, every couple has their own time line and own priorities, and you two will get married when it is the right time for you, even if it is hard to wait. You may be ahead of these other couples in other parts of life, but even so, it’s not a race. Just be content that one day you will get yours 🙂
Post # 6
I love it when they get a taste for those questions! I get them all the time – I have been getting them since 4 months in to our relationship! (We are nearly at 4 years!!) He has been getting it quite a bit lately too! Apparently his entire cricket team are now on his case too!
I dont think you are mean for enjoying it a little 🙂
Post # 7
hahaha not mean at all… its nice that you got a night off from it and he had to field the inquiries instead! maybe it will light a fire under him…
Post # 8
You’re not mean! That question should be directed to the guys; they are the ones who control the answer! And you’ve got my sympathy with the recent weddings- I can totally relate to the feeling of embarrassment and worrying about what other people are thinking.
Post # 9
Definitely not mean, it’s about time he got to see what it feels like! That would be frustrating to go to friends’ weddings after dating so much longer, I feel you on that. It does not mean there’s anything wrong with you though, and you’ll just know eachother that much better come wedding time. I like to tell myself that means us “waiters” will be better as married couples since we have more time to improve our relationships ahead of time =) And maybe getting all the questions addressed to him will help encourage him to take the next step!