And if someone has used this phrase to describe you and bae, you may have wondered about the implications of the expression. So, what does it mean to bicker like a married couple? And is it a good thing, or a bad thing? As such, it rarely escalates and passes quickly.
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I have a confession to make: When my husband Chris is out of town, I tend to act a little I'll wait hours to shower after going for a run, lounge around the house in my grody workout gear, and eat ice cream straight from the tub. I also always go to bed in my comfiest and most unsexy pajamas a onesie with a butt flap, thank you very much. I spend so much time bringing my A-game when he's around that it feels a- freaking -mazing to do the complete opposite when I'm left to my own devices. Of course, one time he came home early and caught me in the act. I was standing in the kitchen, eating ice cream with a fork, while working my holey, '80s-cut running underwear, a sports bra, and greasy hair.
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So what's it like? Awesome, predominantly. Being bi and married to my dude is a wonderful and fulfilling situation, mostly because he is excellent and accepts all my parts, including the bits that like another gender. But together we have discovered that, through no conscious fault of our own, we confuse people.
Politically, these are rancorous times. Not only are our social networks turning into poisonous echo chambers , but partisan animosity is also higher than it has been in decades. We heard from readers across the political spectrum, who are finding ways to bridge the partisan divide at least in their love lives. These are their stories, edited and condensed for clarity. We went to bed late on the night of the election.