At least he won't engage in the "What do you want to do\go" scenario.
I do that everytime we go out. And it's ALWAYS *shrug* with her.
It's because I'll eat whatever as long as I'm not allergic to it.
Oh my god...how many times I said to her: "What do you want?"
I lost the count...
Yeah, I admit I probably do that all the time, actually. "I don't know,wherever you want to go."
I try to make it easy. If it's Mediterranean. Instant yes.
Can confirm - Mediterranean food is the bomb.
Ahh... I talk to myself to much, and end up getting snippets like that from people all the time as a result.
@palladin/Dalph: nothing breaks that chain quicker then saying 'why don't we let the kids decide then' nothing I've found gets adults past the 'I have no preferences. how about you' loop faster.
We don't have any kids but I remember when I was a kid I probably would have said McDonald's. My poor parents. Ha!
I'll save that for when I'll have kids then, yeah (with another girl, because I recently dumped this one I'm talking about).
Obviously the "What do you want?" was not the cause...or maybe not entirely...
@Ms Littlefish: That is exactly the reason that such a strategy works so effectively. Said adults suddenly realize that their choices have become 'admit what I really want and stop trying to appear less selfish for some reason' or 'eat a Mcdonalds'.
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