I got this topic from someone's blog, and it's quite attracted me in some way :)
The grass in neighbor’s garden is always greener right? It seems that whenever you are in a relationship you say that you feel sorry for single people while under your breathe you say, "I wish." Single people seem to have all this freedom yet, suffer from being lonely all of the time. Or if you are single, then you will longing to have someone to share to and wish that you’re in the relationship now.
What’s the deal? Which is better? Well, you tell me.
These are things most people do it if they are in a relationship or not. The question is, who enjoys it the most?
1. Going to Bars
(a) When you are single: You are free to flirt with the opposite sex. There are no eyes on you that will make you feel guilty about what you are doing and who you are talking too. You can dress anyway you want, you can talk to anyone you want. And if you get really wasted? There is no one for you to fight with. And if you get laid that night, it could be that fun and exciting, "I have no idea who the fuck this is kind of sex."
(b) When you are in a relationship: You always have someone to dance with, drink with, and talk too.You are almost guaranteed sex that night. You know where you are going at the end of the night and there is always someone there to take care of you when you are done.
2. Watching TV or Movies
(a) When you are single: You don't fight over the remote control. You don't have to watch sports if you are a girl or American Idol if you are a guy. Men don't have to be burdened with chick flicks and women don't get stuck watching action movies.
(b) When you are in a relationship: You have someone to snuggle with. You can laugh together, and talk about the movie or show with someone. You may even see a movie that you loved that you might have never taken a second glance at if you weren't with someone.
(a) When you are single: You get the whole fucking bed to yourself. No one snoring, hogging the covers, or doing the unnecessary over cuddle strangling you from getting a good nights sleep. You wake up when you wake up, and you go to bed when you want to go to bed.
(b) When you are in a relationship: You can cuddle. You feel the security of someone else in your bed. You have someone there to get you water, or scratch you back. And lets not forget the spoon and grind when you first wake up in the morning.
(a) When you are single: You go to your stores. You go for as long or as short as you want to. You try on whatever you want and you don't have someone second guessing your decision or more importantly, how much you are spending
(b) When you are in a relationship: You have someone to keep you company. You have someone to bounce ideas off of. You can make sure that your significant other doesn't buy stuff that makes them look stupid, and you might have someone there to help you keep your spending in check.
(a) When you are single: Each time is like the first time. You are being touched, kissed, and banged in a different way every time. Its new, its exciting, and you don't have to deal with all of the emotional baggage that comes with being with
(b) When you are in a relationship: This is your person. They know you and your body. You don't have to worry about who they have been with, how to please them, or if they are going to be there in the morning.
It doesn't matter if you are single or with someone. There are undeniable advantages in certain situations where being one is better than the other.
So my question to you is this. 1-5 what would you rather be in that circumstance and why?