The minute you are in a relationship or you get married, your set of friends and acquaintances get divided into two groups – the singles fraternity and the couples clan. And the former will leave no opportunity to take a dig at your newly acquired relationship status. Here are some of the things couples are tired of hearing from single people. Singletons, you've been warned!
People, let us breathe (and allow yourselves to do the same). Couples don’t just tie the knot or pop out babies as soon as they get into a relationship or get married. Well yes, some do, but not everyone, so stop being so nosy! We'll get there in our own time.
It’s fun in the beginning to tell the story. But after a while it gets so boring to explain those sparks-flying-and-butterflies-in-stomach-wala story that even we wouldn’t want to listen to it!
Yes. We already did the imagining part, and that’s why we are together.
Of course not. Did you hear your own question? HOW can things be the same when my life isn't?
Not sure, but we kinda feel like you're using us as resource for juicy topics to gossip about with this question.
Yes, we do. It’s every couple’s right, and we often make use of it. But then we also fight with our noisy neighbours and the newspaper boy and the pizza delivery guy…aren’t you going to quiz us about that?
Both of us wear trousers. Oh, no, wait - you meant who’s bossy? Depends. Are you going to go tell him what I said?
The grass always seems greener on the other side, but you know what, we’ve been there and done that when it comes to meeting newer jerks every day with whom there seemed a remote possibility of happily-ever-after…it’s not fun.
Don’t take it for granted that we do only "couple" things or only attend or host "couple parties". We still want to hang out with our old friends who are single! Do you think we would even have been having this conversation if it was the other way around?
Hey, nobody is forcing you into a relationship. And this works for us.