10 Words That Means Something Totally Different When Your In A Long-Term Relationship

10 Words That Means Something Totally Different When Your In A Long-Term Relationship

Think your life will stay the same once you’re a couple? Think again. Words mean different things in a relationship. Take a look.

Something Totally Different When Your In A Long-Term Relationship

Snuggling
• What it used to mean: Embracing your super comfy pillows at night.
• What it means now: Embracing your significant for five minutes and then rolling in the opposite direction to get some sleep.

Grooming
• What it used to mean: Taking the time to pluck, shave, and wax every wayward hair on your body.
• What it means now: Taking the time to do other things as you let mother nature take her course.

Dinner
• What it used to mean: Anything that you could find in your refrigerator was fair game.
• What it means now: Eating food together, in public, and dressed in somewhat respectable clothing.

Date Night
• What it used to mean: Getting spruced up and putting on nice clothing to meet another person for fun and flirting.
• What it means now: It could be a Friday night or a Saturday night but it doesn’t matter; every night is the same now.

Alcoholic Beverages
• What it used to mean: Kicking back a couple of drinks to banish the loneliness.
• What it means now: A simple indulgence used to relax.

Weekends
• What it used to mean: Staying in bed till 1pm on a Saturday and staying in your pajamas until 8pm.
• What it means now: Enjoying the free time with your significant other.

Commitment
• What it used to mean: Promising the teddy bears gracing your bed that you’ll never leave them.
• What it means now: Promising another human being that you love and care about.

Being Single
• What it used to mean: A glorious celebration of your independence.
• What it means now: A glorious appreciation for your partner.

The Third Wheel
• What it used to mean: Facing the bliss of another couple.
• What it means now: The extra wheel making a bike a trike.

Fish
• What it used to mean: This quote meant something to you, “There are other fish in the sea.”
• What it means now: An aquatic animal.

 
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