Even though I said that you shouldn’t get married when you’re in love, you’re still going to do that. Santa Claus is a figment of the imagination, a fanciful mental construct with no basis in reality. You know what else is a fanciful mental construct that has no basis in reality?
Hey, it’s fine; you’ve been hit by the stupid stick and there’s not a whole lot I can do. No, not even in ‘swans that mate for life’ — geneticists have definitive evidence that even they do their fair share of flitting about. And when the male and the female mate, they actually fuse and become one slug.
Well, the flip side of that argument is that if she truly loved you, it wouldn’t matter if you were a prince or pauper, right?
Today try to take some time, clear your mind and meditate while cultivating your inner self.
Does the most sage dating Guru of gurus have advice for how my friend might propose marriage? Y’know, it’s been a while since I last had a proper camel sacrifice. A little messy, granted, but there’s really nothing quite like broiled Bactrian hump. I’m just here to help give you the problem — err, I mean relationship.
Marriage is a vast edifice deserving of a strong foundation. Nobody goes to the altar ) and concede that, in this country, you’ve got a 50-50 shot that this is going to work.
Don’t build it on the flimsy leaves of infatuation. Dude — you have no idea who you’re marrying until you marry her.
So here are some guidelines: 1) Do not propose if you’re deeply in love. Then it’s also not a good idea to propose if you’re in love with someone. And, judging from the 50% divorce rates in this country, it’s not a very good reason to do so. Because the most reliable aspect of falling in love is that . And being in love is very much a state of acute intoxication.