Julija Nja is an editor at Bored Panda and has completed a Ba in Communication. Prior to Bored Panda, she worked as a freelance photographer and event organizer. More than 5 years ago, he started working as an image editor at Bored Panda. Julija enjoys working on stories on social issues such as gender equality, LGBTQ consciousness, racial justice, mental health and environmental issues. She`s also a Harry Potter fan, she made over 30 bars for one of her birthday parties. You can find them in Bored Panda`s office or reach firstname.lastname@example.org 9. THE “L” WORD: In the first sixty days (60), both parties agree not to use the phrase “I love you.” You may like plants, dogs, cats, cars, concerts or how a particular jeans suit each other, but not each other. If one party does not comply with this rule, the other party will use the word “G.” “Gone.” There are countless ways to confess your love to the one who stole your heart. A simple “I love you”, a poem, a love ballad or other great gesture of your preferences. Although the classic choice for many lovers are love letters. There is something magical about having a handwritten love note in your mailbox. You can get inspiration by reading the most famous love letters ever written, like those of Napoleon Bonaparte or Ernest Hemingway, or you can simply check out our list below, made up of cute things to tell your friend and a love letter for her ideas. – Send your dear an officially packaged envelope, which contains a hilarious contract that binds him to an inevitable act.
8. THE 90 DAY OF GRACE PERIOD: In the first three months, each member of the couple agrees with the others in the euphoric use of phrases such as: “Why not start a family?” and – with archaic terminology – “Let`s leave ourselves” for themselves. In addition, each party undertakes not to meet, love, appreciate, honor and defend the right of the other party not to meet its parents. 3. DEFINITION OF RELATIONSHIP: If this relationship involves the first fix-up, both parties agree to use the following terminology in the description of their mentioned “meetings”: For the first thirty (30) days, both parties vote to say that they “exit”. (This does not imply a guarantee of exclusivity and does not indicate it.) After the first thirty (30) days, the parties can say that they can “see someone” and be described by third parties as an “object”. Sixty (60) days after the start of the “first date,” a member may choose to use the terms “girl/friend” or lover, and their mutual knowledge may call them “a couple.” Under no circumstances are the phrases “my best half,” “little woman,” “old ball and old chain” or “my old man/lady” acceptable.