What do couples do except for cooming? Do they hug and chill? Do they work together?

What do couples do except for cooming?
Do they hug and chill? Do they work together? Do they get back from work and just get tired of doing housework and bicker?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the best way i've heard relationships described was "a best friend you can frick like a rabbit"
    its important to be able to love your partner, but its also important to be able to just hang out without any displays of attraction.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      We get back from work, hug, she cooks dinner while we discuss how our day went.
      Watch some tv during dinner, then cuddle on the sofa for a bit. Then often we each do our own thing, like she'll do some online shopping, I'll play some video games.
      Few hours later we'll shower, go the the bedroom and cuddle in bed for a bit before going to sleep.

      That's an average workday for us.

      Agreed.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    anon :3

    i play video games with my bf

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > Do they hug and chill?

    This. After all of the initial novelty of a relationship is gone, this is the only reason to keep it going. The longest relationships or marriages may be devoid of sex eventually, but they last because both persons can enjoy each other’s companionship.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We watch stuff together a lot, sleep together, sometimes bathe together.

    She's legitimately my only non internet friend. But that sometimes happens when you're in your 30s (the whole not having friends)

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They only do super cool and fun stuff that's why you should be extremely jealous of us yeah are you crying? We like that

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    For me, it was hanging out drinking and studying together. We had a lot of fun and I miss her dearly.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine all the fun things you do with a best friend, now reduce that by 20% but add in wanting to frick them and other normal things you assume happen in relationships. Plus a bunch of brain chemicals that give you the warm and fuzzies.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    dates/ go places
    get food
    hug and chill
    watch tv
    vidya
    meet with mutual friends and do shit
    sex
    kissing
    talk

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If they're going to the movies they go together, shopping for sure, going to places to take pictures, cook for the family and parents (stuff like that is important). They go and eat out a fair bit, go invite other couples mostly family to lazer tag arcade shit sometimes, ideas they find on social media, might work out together. When he was drunk, he told me "relationships are one more thing on top of school, of work". He told me girls are a waste of time and that I'm lucky to get by as I am. That's real love, though tbh because it has been a while since then. This couple will go far. Cooking is big, playing vidya like Overcooked. I told them to play "It Takes Two" which won GOTY. They might watch anime together. Cartoons are big. Netflix shit, also. They get high together also.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A weekday life for me and my wife
    >I get up before her and login to work and start my daily meeting (I work remote).
    >30 minutes later she is up and sitting on the back deck so I join her and we spend 30 minutes drinking coffee and talking as I watch for messages and chats from work on my laptop. The kids are up and about now.
    >I move my laptop to the breakfast nook and keep working as she makes us breakfast. We eat and keep talking then I help clean up and head to my home office before the day gets busy.
    >She runs errands, does homeschooling with the kids, and cleans while I deal with people all over the world for a paycheck. If she is not out shopping or something we have lunch together.
    >Eventually I get off work and rejoin the family as they wrap up their day. I spend time talking to the kids about their day and such then we make dinner. If the weather is good I usually grill, in Winter she cooks a big dinner, 2-3 times a week there is a slow cooker meal instead.
    >After dinner the kids and I clean up and load the dishwasher and the whole family does a game or something. Then the kids go off to do their own thing and me and the wife might watch a show, play cars, read books, listen to a baseball game, etc. for a while.
    Eventually we say good night to the kids and head to bed. We talk for a while, often "enjoy the marital embrace", then read in bed until it is time to sleep.
    Very happy and warm

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I've never felt envy as strong as when I read your post. You have a beautiful life anon. I'll work hard to make mine a similar one. Thanks for the hope.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Among our married couple friends this is common.
        You can get it

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >homeschooling
      poor kids

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        We have 5 kids, all homeschooled k-12.
        The three oldest are grown, graduated college (all Honor Grads, one with a 4.0). All three were financially independent by age 20 with their own place & own car by 21. They are socially active, volunteer for charities, and more. The oldest is married, the others dating.
        They suffer greatly I am sure.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What do couples do except for cooming?
    Cohabitation. They share a life and a home. How that life together and shared home will look like depends entirely on how both partners had lived life before the relationship. So that means a pleasant life, or a chaotic one. Or anything in between.
    Usually for most couples, it’s somewhere in between.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I do all the things with my wife I'd do with any of my mates. Like watching tv, doing social activities, joking around, discussing various topics or being supportive to one another.

    We also do all the things roommates do, like spliting household chores, discuss how the house is managed or drive each other mad with annoying behaviours.

    We also do the things a team at work do together. Like working towards common goals, delegating tasks, seeking income, managing outcome, etc

    These things make up 90-95% of a relationship. Affection and sex really are proportionally a small part of a relationship.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Kinda just do our own things independently of one another except when I say "ok lets go for a walk/dinner/movie/outing".

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know, they watch movies and hug and eat and cuddle together and stuff like that, take care of each other when they're sick or hurting, drives, dates, ect

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    36yo, married 4 years with a 3yo kid
    We run and do yoga/calisthenics together, read and discuss the books we read, make fancy meals, go out to restaurants, coffee, or ice cream, work on our yard, house, and garden, play and plan activities with our kid, plan vacations, not have sex, go shopping, and generally build our lives together.

    It's pretty great except for the not having sex part...

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