Last we left our whatevs-to-marriage heroines — authors Bella DePaulo and Jaclyn Geller; the former is running a three-part Q&A with the latter on the Psychology Today blogs — the discussion dwelled on the inequities of wedding registries, “single” v.”married” vocab and the notion that spouses trump friends any day of the week (and, I’m guessing, twice on your anniversary).
And now, our teasers for part deux:
– Singles supplementing couples’ life choices via endless streams of showers should basically just start registering for stuff the day they turn 25.
– Earning one’s M.R.S. degree is, sadly, still a popular college-major choice among coeds.
– Something I’ve never said/written before (not even when I actually was, speaking of, in college): ZOMG I have *GOT* to read me some Plato!
– Double ZOMG: They had road trips in the first century?!?