Originally Posted by Blimpie
Take it from me, Wheels...If you DO ever decide to make your relationship with Allison, shall we say, more permanent than dating...you must make a serious promise to each other. A promise that you two will always try to sneak away to that same pub every so often in order to remind each other of how it feels for a couple to be "in the zone" with one another.
So many times, couples have great chemistry and decide to marry. Then, for some stupid reason, they quit doing the types things that they did while they were dating which allowed that very chemistry to be established. Be it children or be it careers, something invariably happens at that point that keeps a married couple from feeling like a couple anymore.
So--if you truly dig this girl--and you want it to last, then do yourselves a favor and never forget those nights at the Rose and Thistle...
I expect that we will do these things. She likes "coctail time" as much as I do, to be sure.
We've been noticing that alot of our friends that are in relationships are dissappearing from our social life. We were wondering what makes people decide that once they turn thirty, and find someone, to stop going out with friends and yucking it up.
It's really strange, and I don't wanna be like that at all. At least until we have kids or something.