My boyfriend and I were just talking and I mentioned jokingly that if nothing had happened between us in seven years, I'd probably move on. We had previously been having a very light conversation.
He immediately got quiet and then said, "Well, in 7 years, it'll be 2020, and I'll almost be done with law school. You can probably expect us to no longer be dating in four years. Either you'll be my fiance or we'll be broken up."
Then he started describing what he thought he wanted his wedding and future home to be like.
I just sat there and blinked at him. He got all serious on me so suddenly.
And I've never spent more than 5 minutes thinking about my wedding. The farthest I got in that department was deciding that yes, I would wear a white dress, and I would marry a guy lol.
We've been together for a year and a half so it's not like we're a new couple or anything, but I was surprised he talked about this so seriously. It was like he has put a lot of thought into this.
So, guys, a series of questions:
- Is this normal behavior for guys?
- How soon into a relationship do you begin to think about "tying the knot" if ever?
- Do you plan your weddings?
- Do you automatically go into relationships looking for a wife or no?
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Yes, you basically just freaked him out. lol0