I’m always amused by the different questions people type into their Google browser to end up at my site, so much so that I’ve decided to create a new feature in which I address some of those very questions. Check out what’s on the minds of inquiring people this week, after the jump.
1. If he hasn’t proposed after five years, should I break up with him?
If he knows you want to get married, but isn’t interested in being your husband, then, yes, should MOA!
2. How do I get engaged on Facebook without notifying all my friends?
Well, Facebook doesn’t seem like a very romantic place to get engaged. I’d suggest somewhere a little more private with better lighting, like a nice restaurant. Or a zoo.
3. Why don’t I want to announce my boyfriend on Facebook?
Because it’s a pretty corny thing to do. Better to just invite your friends out for drinks to meet the new guy, don’t you think?
4. Why doesn’t my boyfriend talk to me on the weekends?
I blame ESPN. Or maybe that secret family of his that takes up so much of his time.
5. Why are women with cats single?
6. Should I send flowers to myself to make my ex jealous?
Forget flowers; if you really want to make your ex jealous, get a tattoo of James Franco on your bicep and the next time you see your ex, say, “Hey, you wanna meet the guy who took your place?” And then roll up your sleeve, flex you arm, and rotate your wrist to make Franco dance.
7. Is it weird that my boyfriend ties his condoms?
If he ties them while he’s still wearing them, then yes.
8. Which love should I choose?
The one who makes your heart sing.
9. Why do men pursue pretty women?
You know what they always say: pretty woman, pretty sock drawer.
10. Do you have to kiss a guy to see if there’s chemistry?
I’m of the mind that if there’s true chemistry, you should be able to tell by the electricity between you — even without touching. But people have certainly benefited from giving someone the ol’ kiss test before ruling out him or her, so if you think there could be some potential and you’re attracted enough to lean in for a kiss, I say go for it.