John’s Brilliant Idea, Part 3

http://www.dreamstime.com/-image6582574John stumbled across an online compatibility quiz and couldn’t resist taking it. Of course he convinced Beth and Paul to take it, too. Paul has been strong-armed to reluctantly share some of his responses with you…

How would you rank all the priorities in your life: work, school, family, spouse, friends, hobbies, and church? Does your ranking reflect the amount of time you spend on each?

Spouse, work. The rest doesn’t matter shit.

Do you think being in love means: (1) Never having to say you’re sorry, (2) Always having to say you’re sorry, (3) Knowing when to say you’re sorry, or (4) Being the first to say I’m sorry?

1— If we’re in love, you oughta know by now I’m bound to fuck shit up when I don’t mean to. Just assume I regret pissing you off, okay?

Do you want children? When? How many? Would you feel unfulfilled if you were unable to have children?

Hell no. Never. None. Are you kidding? 

Do you anticipate raising our children (1) The same way you were raised, (2) Completely differently from the way you were raised, or (3) A mixture of both?

If an accident happened… then 2. For very obvious reasons. I mean, look how I turned out.

Whenever we have difficult feelings about each other, should we (1) Remain silent, (2) Say something as soon as the difficult feelings arise, (3) Wait a certain amount of time before raising the issue, or (4) Do something else? If so, what?

1 works for me. Most “difficult” feelings are about imaginary bullshit anyway. Grow up and get over it.

Is there anything about marriage that frightens you?

I don’t need a damn certificate from the government to validate my commitment. Plus, wearing a tuxedo sucks ass, and not in the good way.

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John’s answers were posted Monday here, and Beth’s responses can be found here. Don’t forget to enter my Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win some fun Wholly Trinity swag!


Questions borrowed and/or adapted from Emmalee Schallenberger and 276 Questions To Ask Before You Marry.

John’s Brilliant Idea, Part 2

http://www.dreamstime.com/-image4447927John stumbled across an online compatibility quiz and couldn’t resist taking it. Of course he convinced Beth and Paul to take it, too. Beth has generously volunteered to share some of her responses with you…

How would you rank all the priorities in your life: work, school, family, spouse, friends, hobbies, and church? Does your ranking reflect the amount of time you spend on each?

Spouse & family are too close to call, then comes friends, work, and hobbies. Which means I should probably spend more time with my mom. 

Do you think being in love means: (1) Never having to say you’re sorry, (2) Always having to say you’re sorry, (3) Knowing when to say you’re sorry, or (4) Being the first to say I’m sorry?

3— I’ll say sorry when it’s my fault, but don’t expect me to take all the blame all the time. Been there, done that.

Do you want children? When? How many? Would you feel unfulfilled if you were unable to have children?

Yes, I’d like 2 kids someday. As an only child, I missed having a sibling, but I think too many kids leads to a shortage of individual attention. I would probably be devastated if I couldn’t have any kids.

Do you anticipate raising our children (1) The same way you were raised, (2) Completely differently from the way you were raised, or (3) A mixture of both?

3— My mom did the best she could, and I had a good childhood. That being said, I’d like to give my own kids a better one. 

Whenever we have difficult feelings about each other, should we (1) Remain silent, (2) Say something as soon as the difficult feelings arise, (3) Wait a certain amount of time before raising the issue, or (4) Do something else? If so, what?

3— In my experience, it’s a good idea to take some time and space to consider what’s going on before trying to talk it out.

Is there anyone close to you who feels we should not get married? Why?

Several people in my life—friends, coworkers, even my mom—disapprove of my current relationship. But they are wrong, blinded by prejudice. And when they’ve forced me to choose between them and the men I love, they lose.

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John’s answers were posted Monday here, and Paul’s responses will follow later this week. In the meantime, don’t forget to enter my Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win some fun Wholly Trinity swag!


Questions borrowed and/or adapted from Emmalee Schallenberger and 276 Questions To Ask Before You Marry.