WHAT DO YOU WANT TO EAT?
Sounds like a simple question, huh? Well, it's not that simple. I'll leave it to Ryan Gosling to explain this simple yet difficult question.
Ryan: I hate asking Rachel what she wants to eat.
Ryan: She can never make up her mind.
Ryan: And when I finally make a great suggestion...
Ryan: This was her response.
Ryan: I tried to make things crystal clear and asked her again...
*praying this would be the last time I ask this dreadful question*
Ryan: Nope, it failed. Rachel can't make up her mind.
1 hour later.
Conclusion: If you're dating -- just choose something. If you're married -- make a meal plan.
I'm guilty of this. I'm a picky eater and I have a hard time deciding what I want to eat. When I was dating my husband we only met a couple times a month, so we didn't have this problem because we had an idea where to meet up to grab a bite. Now that we're married, we see each other everyday and deciding a meal on the spot is pretty tough. We figured we should make a meal plan because it normally takes us an hour to get dinner planned. He normally arrives home by 6:30pm and I arrive home by 7:00-7:30pm. But we don't have dinner until 9pm because it takes us way too long to solidify our meal preference. This is our current schedule: We decide a weekly meal together. He usually starts cooking at 7pm. I try to make it back home by 7:15pm to help out. Meal is ready by 8pm. We love this plan and it leaves us less frustrated. (when I'm hungry...I get grumpy).