10 Signs He’s Not Ready for Marriage
Posted by Tiffany Michellé on October 14, 2014 in Dating, Life, Love
Tags: cold feet, commitment, datng, girls, guys, immature, love, marriage, mature, men, relationships, wedding bells, women
October 15, 2014 at 1:08 AM
If it’s just minor eye-rolling during the cheesiest and most cliché-riddled scenes (he stopped the wedding at the altar?! He raced through airport security just to kiss her?!), then don’t read too far into it. But if he’s grunting, growling, and whimpering
That’s a bit of a silly one. Most men don’t like rom-coms and will only watch them while dating to make you think he’s relationship material. We endure them because we’re expected to but don’t ask that we enjoy them.
Yet it never applies the other way around. If a woman makes funny noises and can’t wait to get away while he is watching… say Night of the Living Dead or Expendables 2, does that mean she’s unsuitable marriage material? Why do these lists always insist that the man should go along with what a woman wants and likes in order to be considered decent, but the sentiment is never reciprocated?
October 15, 2014 at 6:16 AM
Good point my friend! I believe they’re saying if he’s like “oh hell nah” every time someone says “I do” at the altar in a movie lol. Idk I just thought it was interesting. Maybe I should write a, “10 Signs She’s Not Ready for ‘I do.'” Lol…
October 15, 2014 at 6:40 AM
Ahhh, I misread it then it seems! Yes, I see now it’s possible it’s suggesting if he objects to the marriage scene and not being forced to sit through yet another formulaic rom-com.
October 15, 2014 at 6:41 AM
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