(Closed) Psyche!!

posted 10 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I think our partners know we wait in great anticipation, and squirming! The proposal is definately the upper hand for the guy, they know when/where/how they will propose – while we.. like idiots wait in agony!

The fact he is making light of this would indicate he is plotting a proposal, I think he is just testing how you react to his jokes so that you definately say yes when he asks, in his own weird way!

Post # 5
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Worker bee

Because they’re jerks. That’s why they do it.

Man, I would kill for even a tease. At least it’s a sign he’s giving it some thought at all, rather than it passing emptily through his head as though he doesn’t take any time at all to even think about it.

Get your guns together. You’ve got tricks up your sleeves too, you know.

Post # 6
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Helper bee

HeFlutter did something like this the other day.  He was talking about dropping $300 on something “fun”, and I told him I was going to bite my tongue.  He goes, “No, ‘cmon and say it…” and goades me for like 10 minutes until I finally said, “I can think of other things that $300 could be used for.”  The ENTIRE TIME he has this shit-eating grin on his face and responds, “No, I’d probably spend at least twice that,” and winks at me.  I could have CHOKED him…

The comments only get worse the closer P-Day (as I’ve taken to calling it for Proposal Day) gets.  He enjoys watching me squirm…

Post # 7
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Helper bee

lol thats mean/funny! have you seen the episode of The Office when Jim gets down on one knee and Pam thinks he’s going to propose and all he does is tie his shoe?!!

Post # 8
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Busy bee

haha what a little shit!! =) but i agree with

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@RiverRunning: i would kill for a tease!!!! =(

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee

oooh thankfully no he hasn’t. i would not find it very funny.

Post # 10
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Helper bee

HeFlutter has taken to pulling on my chain in other ways.  We were at the wedding of my pastor’s daughter and during the cake cutting, he looks at me and goes, “Can we cut our cake with a Samurai sword?”  I looked at him – in front of his co-worker and his wife – and said, “As long as there’s a wedding involved, I’m game.”  Shut him up quickly…

A few weeks later, something was on TV about the Miranda Lambert/Blake Shelton wedding.  Blake wore jeans, and HF looks at me and goes, “I’m wearing that…” and I cut him off and said, “As long as there’s a ceremony involved, I don’t care what you wear…”

JERK!

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

One time last summer we were at a Red Sox game. I was looking at the jumbo-tron and reading off all the birthdays and announcements that were on there (sometimes proposals!). Then Fiance goes, “Keep looking!” as I turned to look at him, he started getting down on one knee, then burst out laughing and got back up into his seat. I punched him in the arm.

Post # 13
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

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@GwenvonD: I’m not sure, actually! He did things like that all the time, and then when he actually did propose was totally out of the blue, simple, and perfect!

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