12 super-Interesting Things Lovers Don't Tell You About Their Relationship.
Have you ever bumped into singles who think there's nothing special about being in a relationship? This persons can be sub-categorized into three: the first group aren’t just interested in
relationships; I mean zero interest. The next could literally freeze to death whenever the idea of a relationship pops up - they're obviously scared of commitment. And the third, they seem to never find the right one. interestingly, I was once in these shoes. Yes, all of them. And I
actually didn't see the reason for the whole buzz about relationships - until I landed in an amazing
relationship. Then it dawned on me that there is more in a relationship than meet the eye - we had been kept in the dark for too long. Since I know better now, I'd be exposing 12 most interesting stuffs lovers don't tell you about their relationships.
1. Your Birthday Get's All Planned Out.
If you're single, then you should know how it feels when your birthday draws near. As it approaches, your mind rallies around two terrible options : It's either your friends come up with some ill-planned out get together - that's if they even see the need for any; Or you have your event planned out all by yourself - this can be a terrific experience.
But with a significant other, it’s a whole different
ball game. They take up the birthday preparations like they were wired for birthday plannings. And since they know you inside-out, you can rest assured that your
D-day is going to be just great. In the end, your birthday preparations doesn't stress you, but it turns out to be perfectly organized.
2. You've Got A Sure Excuse For Not Turning Up.
Bae soon becomes your get-out-of-jail-free
So, your annoying co-worker wants you to
attend some boring event. What better way could you possibly turn down their invite without being an annoying jerk? Simply play the bae card. You’re like “I’m sorry, can’t make it, my girlfriend
is having her thing.”
Or your girlfriend can go “my boyfriend is
a bit under the weather, we’d rather stay indoors while I attend to him, so
sorry” and you’re off the hook!
3. You've Got Enough Chances To Step Up Your Sex Life.
When sex with a new partner goes wrong, a lot goes at stake. Such experiences could make you both develop negative impressions about one another. But it's all different when you're in a relationship. A night of failed sexual exploits can easily be shoved under the carpet and brought
out only for a good laugh the next morning.
Put in perspective, relationship is like football competition. in a new relationship, if you lose once, and then lose again, your chances in the tournament cripples. So, if your sex isn’t good in the first and second occasions, forget it! But in a long-term relationship, a bad sex is just like losing one in many games. If one sex session goes awkward, you get many more opportunities to get your mojo back.
4. You Get 'Good' Reasons To Stay A Little Longer in Bed.
How soothing to have a valid excuse to snooze on
long after the alarm says get up. Bae’s in the shower so you get 15 minutes, which could be extended to 50—like she’e never gonna be out. Maybe you should just call in the office sick. Fact is, you just wanna be home with bae all day, and do it all again.
5. Talking About People You Hate Becomes Fun.
When you’re neck deep in a relationship and become so close to your partner, then you’ve got yourself a rock solid
gossip mate. With her, you're totally free to say exactly how you feel about people and
stuff without fear of being judged. She knows you long enough. So in any case, she isn't gonna think you're some random hater. Also,
you’re certain she wouldn’t snitch on you, since she's definitely more intimate with you than with them.
Expert Relationship advice: If your partner
has friends that are closer to her than you - so close that she tells
them you said stuff about them - then a break-up is around the corner. Kudos to
you for the journey so far.
6. You Become Yourself.
Long into a relationship, you realize you
no longer have to hide to take a poop. Unlike in new relationships when you would have to rush your toilet moment so they don’t get to know you’re doing it - as though defecating is an anomaly. I’m sure you’ve had times when you had give silly excuses for staying in the there for 'longer than normal'. Trying to explain you hadn't been shitting all those minutes is an awkward thing - for the starters though.
At some point down the relationship lane, you get more comfortable about stuff
like that and could even say “bae I’m going to take a poop and it’s gonna be a
long one”, and you actually go in there and take your time. And why not? You’re
not afraid she’s going to leave you anytime soon - definitely not because you're answering nature's call.
7. You Can Get A Normal Butt Massage.
For starters, you already have one point over single
folks - You're sure to get free massages from time to time. Sort of a freebie.
But that’s not the crux of it. The real
deal has to do with a super-needful yet weird-to-have butt massage. You know
the feeling you get at the professional massage parlors when you
really wanna get a massage down there but just can't have some random
butt-grabbing hotel employee making out with your behind.
So when I see single people, I can only
imagine the life-threatening havoc those unmassaged butt muscles may just be
8. Bingewatching with bae is memorable.
It’s Friday night and you’re at home
watching several episodes of your favorite series. You call it fun, perhaps an anti-social behavior.
But when it's Friday night and you’re at home
watching several episodes of your favorite series with your partner, that's a time well spent - most memorable moments.
9. You've Got A Helper When You're Down.
There's nothing good about being sick, but
when you have a special someone to care for you; to get you some ginger ale, soup, and
medications, the effect illness becomes weakened by the adorable coupleness. Your sick moments could turn out to form the most adorable memories in your heart.
The already difficult single life becomes even more hopeless in such periods. Your roommate is possibly 'too busy' to get you groceries and you are
not doing it yourself either - probably too weak to help yourself out. So, you’re just gonna stay in bed and sleep all day. That vinegar and whatever else in the fridge had better be
good for to help your condition. You are left with two glaring options: get well 'miraculously' or dirt nap.
10. You Can Easily Defeat Social Obligations.
Okay, if for any reason you had no option but to attend the boring event in #2 invite, you could still bolt out anytime you wish.
She makes some smart excuses about you having to
be up early for work. She could also cleverly makeup for how drunk you are [even if you’re not] and the most reasonable thing to do is to take you home. And with a smiling face, "thanks for having us" would be a great deal sealer.
A trusted way to boycott social obligations.
11. You Don't Envy Those in Relationships.
longer envy other people when they talk about their own relationships. I use get mad at virtually everyone for "rubbing their married life in my single face?" until I got in the league and discovered they were just living their lives to the fullest. I was only been the jerk.
12. Someone Keeps you on track.
What a rare privilege to have your dumbness
picked out without feeling mad about it. Your significant other can always tell
when you’re out of line, or act like it. What could be more?
No Feeling Beats The Feeling of Being in Love.
Yeah, if that's the only secret i'm exposing here, it’s totally worth it. Even
though the 12 points are used up, this just has to come in somehow. The priceless feeling of love and togetherness is much more than mere imaginations can explain.
Oh my, and those butt massages are worth recalling - they are the real
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