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How long will you date someone before popping the question?
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How long do you think should date someone before someone pops the question? How long will you date someone before popping the question?

Reason for asking is b/c I seen and know people who just stared dating only a few weeks got engaged and plan on getting married soon. Also btw this is there very 1st knowing each other they never met before now


So how long do you think someone should wait to ask to marry someone? How long would you like to date someone before you know its time to purpose?
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2,000 years.
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24 / M / only kami neko knows
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What a misleading thread. I was thinking of popping other things
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I don't know? If it were me, I'd wait at least a few years.
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At minimum, 2 years.
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I thought it was something interesting.
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hell if i knew
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certainly not when any of the party is inebriated or in Reno/Vegas.
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I think it depends on the person and just how 'right' the relationship feels. Short dating periods before marriage have worked before in my family, so why not? My parents knew each other for a couple of months, and my grandparents dated for a couple of weeks. Both wholeheartedly successful marriages.
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Three or more years.
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For me I would like to at lest know the guy and date for a lest a full year before being ask to marry him. I think after a year is when I should know him well a nuff to a lest be engaged and maybe wait 1 more year before getting married.
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Three years min.
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2-4 years. Huge commitment here.
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On the off-chance that the stars align and all the other cliches describing rare events, if two people are true to themselves and each other and they click well, then there really isn't a next step where marriage is the option because they were perfect from the start. However, this is only mentioned to cover the special cases.

There really is no well-defined time frame in which a relationship should bake until it's ready to be served. I think it all boils down to trust in each other. If you both have something(s) to hide, whether or not you know what they are, then the relationship will either progress quite slowly or do so on shaky ground. Not a good foundation for marriage or starting a family.

Just be cool about it. The best relationships are the ones where both parties are comfortable in their own skin with each other. They aren't afraid of having a dumb moment and saying something that would jeapordize their relationship. You may've heard that these are best friend type relationships.

Sure, there are many variations of the perfect relationship such as the type where both parties need their own space, friends, jobbies, etc and at the end of the day, they will always have someone to come home and tell stories about their day with.

No matter the case, I feel the most common aspect of a great relationship is in being comfortable with each other.

...you may be thinking, "who's this kid with less than 100 Cr points think he is, writing pages of gob?!"
Lol, fine. I'll fade back into the crowd... Needa catch up on my shows anyhow.

But yeah, OP. judging something about a particular relationship is ad-hoc. It all depends on the two individuals. They may seem like the perfect couple to others, but if they aren't being truthful, they may run into tipping point sooner or later. Just be yourself. Don't try to hide anything. If he/she can see past your quirks and still like/love you, maybe even more, then you'd better do the same because she/he's a keeper.

I'm rambling.
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Wow great answer I like it thanks for shearing


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