he says/ she says
there are two sides to every story, especially when it comes to relationships. lendl ryan examines ‘the couple’
Matthew Mather and Eliza Mansell — together two years.
How did you meet? She says: Through a mutual friend at Stockland. He says: I had went over on a Thursday night with a mate and he used to work with Eliza and she came over to say hello and
she wouldn’t leave me alone.
What was your first impression of him/her?
She says: I thought he was hot and his car was nice.
He says: She wouldn’t stop whining. She was just a big hard luck story.
She says: Don’t say that,it’s not nice.
He says: It’s true. Who asked who out? She says: He didn’t really ask me out. We went up to Castle Hill to have a talk and a friend texted us asking if we were going out and I wrote back I don’t know.
He says: It just kind of happened after seeing each other for two months. What was your first date like? He says: I don’t remember. She says: It was probably to the movies or dinner or something. Actually — I think we went to a barbecue and a party. What’s his/her best feature? She says: Probably her personality and willingness to help other people.
He says: His personality and I like his eyes,they are pretty.
What’s his/her worst habit?
He says: Spending all of her money. She gets paid monthly and she spends it all in the first two weeks.
She says: Constantly making modifications to his car— he’s never satisfied with it.
Can you agree on three things to take to a desert island?
She says: Probably not. I’d take my IPod, food and water would be good.
He says: Definitely a bot and two girls. (Eliza hits Matthew) Who wears the pants? She says: We talked about this before.
He says: And we think it’s one leg for each of us,while we are fighting to see who’s going to put the other leg in. She says: It think it’s me but anyway.
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What’s the most romantic gesture he/she has shown for you?
He says: Probably the first time she cooked me dinner— she’s a good cook.
She says: He sent me flowers for our anniversary and one my birthday. She is: and Eliza Mansell, 20, administrator