(Closed) Why do proposals have to take so long to plan?

posted 1 year ago in Engagement
Post # 61
Member
1631 posts
Bumble bee

kinlee :  you’re really thin-skinned for someone on the internet.  Pro-tip: when you start throwing out ad hominem attacks, you’re usually the one with the losing argument, and it just makes you look petty. 

dcooper1087 :  I mean I’m not saying he’s not going to propose. I also missed that they were young. That makes sense. 

Post # 64
Member
1631 posts
Bumble bee

kinlee :  I mean clearly you haven’t read my responses. I at no point ever said I didn’t think he was going to propose. I just didn’t think, without further info, there was any reason to assume it was going to be on your anniversay because most guys don’t think like that. You provided further info, so sure, it seems likely. If you’re going to get yourself up in a tizzy (and you are, because you keep trying to assert that you’re somehow better than everyone else and we’re just sad people) because you don’t provide full information, or you do it in dribbles and people don’t feel like reading the thread carefully, then like what’s the point? 

Post # 65
Member
341 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

kinlee, if you spent less time looking for ways to knock back, disparage and outright insult the women who took time to answer your post and a bit more time ‘listening’ to what they’re saying, you might find this community a very useful and supportive place.

I’m just going to leave this here…
http://www.weddingbee.com/terms-of-use/

Post # 66
Member
322 posts
Helper bee

kinlee :  please stop bashing people. It’s not going to help you.

Post # 67
Hostess
8723 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: Dorset, UK

Nobody gets to “win” this thread because I am closing it down as its getting too many flags. 

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