“Ev­ery night can be date night!”

Cosmopolitan (India) - - MEN & YOU -

Name: Sahil Anand Day Job: Ac­tor Twit­ter: @SahilA­nand0101 “All men will agree that when their girl­friend asks them, ‘Honey, do you re­mem­ber what day it is to­day?’ it’s like los­ing a PS3 match to your arch ri­val. In that split sec­ond, our mind thinks of all pos­si­ble dates that could be im­por­tant to you— from our an­niver­sary, to the first time we said I love you, or your pet pooch’s birth­day!

How­ever, if we fail this test, all hell breaks loose. Ev­ery­thing from our in­tegrity to our love for you comes un­der the scan­ner. In all earnest­ness, men are just bad at re­mem­ber­ing dates. And that doesn’t mean we don’t care. It just means we don’t quite un­der­stand how re­mem­ber­ing the ex­act day we first ate din­ner/ held hands/went shop­ping will im­prove our re­la­tion­ship now!

Here’s my sug­ges­tion: in­stead of shed­ding co­pi­ous tears about how we for­get a par­tic­u­lar in­ci­dent, why not make ev­ery date in the cal­en­dar into a spe­cial night?! It’ll kill two birds with one stone: one, you’ll have enough oc­ca­sions to ac­tu­ally point one event out, and two, it’ll save us from re­mem­ber­ing a long list of dates! You’re very wel­come!”

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