The two of you have been dating for a while now, and you are finally planning to take it to the next level. But if you want to make her your better half, you need to remember this: there are some things you should never say to a girl you hope to marry. Saying any of these things will definitely set off warning bells in her head! Actually, since these will make any girl want to run a mile (or five) from you, don't say them to ANYONE!
Ogling her sis is not going to endear you to her. Of course, if her sis is 12 years old, then this is fine. ;)
Um. Her body, her decision.
Astrology is more important than compatibility, huh?
You might not be overly fond of her family, but unless they’re running after you with a hatchet, this isn’t what you should be saying.
How awful for you!
She may be one, she may not be. But she sure won’t like knowing that you value a girl’s hymen more than anything else about her.
What she’s hearing: “I want a wife who will stay home and cook and care for me.”
Really? Is that a hint that you’d like her family to cough up some dahej?
This is one argument you don’t want to start.
A joint account is a great idea, but having her own account is a sign of her individuality. You can’t expect her to give that up just because you’re getting hitched!
Let her choose how she wants to dress after the marriage. Letting her know that you/your family is the “traditional” sort is a good thing, but you can’t enforce it on her.
Text her if you’re worried about her safety. Else you come across as a super-possessive would-be husband who’s going to stalk her every move!
Way to go, you’ve insulted both her and her friends. Should she assume that you’re going to stop talking to all your female acquaintances after you get married?
Dude. She’s the one who has to carry the children and give birth. It’s not your decision alone. Also, whatever happened to family planning?
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