We've been discussing at length the idea that somewhere down the road we'd get married. This has been a conversation that has been going on for 3 out of the four years of our relationship so when I mean we've discussed it at length, I mean at LENGTH lol
We have some "modern traditional" values and I think it'd be sweet (and my parents (my dad) would appreciate) if my boyfriend extended the gesture of asking for their blessing for our marriage. Note: blessing =/= permission. It's going to happen regardless, but the gesture would be nice.
So he was thinking of ways to do this... here's his idea... would you appreciate the gesture?
It's more or less just a way for him to tip his hat to my parents and show them that he has real intentions.
He wants to involve food (because my dad loves a good steak lol).
Now, here's his decision:
a) Should he invite my parents to his house and cook them a meal himself?
- Steak on the grill
- Mushroom Risotto
- Grilled Asparagus
b) Should he take them out and buy them dinner?
- He'd take them to a hibachi grill they've never been to that serves REALLY good food. You get noodles, rice, grilled veggies, and a meat of your choice (steak, chicken, shrimp).
He's a REALLY good cook though so it'd be really good food.
What should he do?
- Cook at home87% (13)86% (12)86% (25)Vote
- Take them out13% (2)14% (2)14% (4)Vote
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Your biggest concern should not be the venue for this event but what he says and does to make them comfortable under those circumstances.0