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Every long-term relationship comes to a point that every female dreads, the point where the "honeymoon phase" ends and the REAL relationship begins. What this means is basically both partners have gotten over the googley-eyed, love every quirky flaw, beginning phase of the relationship. Those little quirky things that used to make your partner cute and unique have just really started to annoy you and piss you off.
I realized that my boyfriend and I reached this intersection in our relationship a few weeks ago while we were out to dinner. My boyfriend ordered a pop and I chose to get a water. While we were waiting for our food I took a sip of his pop and he reacted with this comment; "From now on we should only order one pop and just share it and get the free refills, because you know that's two bucks we would be saving."
REALLY? It's two dollars, I guess he's over trying to impress me. That phase ended a lot quicker than I expected. After this happened I started to think about all the little things that have changed since we have become comfortable around each other and in our relationship, so I compiled a list (I asked some of my friends to throw in a few of their own experiences as well).
Things boyfriends do once the "honeymoon phase" is over:
-Pick their nose in front of you...A LOT
-Wear their retainers even when you're staying the night
-No longer waits outside the bathroom for you at a sporting event/concert
-Doesn't oppose when you say "I'll pay for dinner"
-Farts in car and locks windows
-Uses the excuse "It's too hot" to get out of cuddling, even in the dead of winter
-Hogs the covers with no remorse
-Announces when he needs to poop
-Considers a night laying on the couch and watching TV together "date night"
-Leaves you to fend for yourself at his family functions
-Tells you what he REALLY thinks about your outfit