When to pop the question?

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When to pop the question?

mnc5051 mnc5051
When is the right time to propose? Should i take into consideration many different things?
11/08/2010
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southernhawtie southernhawtie
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Originally posted by mnc5051
When is the right time to propose? Should i take into consideration many different things?
Well u dont want to scare her so not before at least a month. But if she loves you and you really love her...then just go with wats in ur heart!
12/02/2010
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I guess it depends on how both of you feel. I'd definitely say go for it if she is dropping hints about engagement rings or something.
12/04/2010
MattBryant MattBryant
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Originally posted by mnc5051
When is the right time to propose? Should i take into consideration many different things?
make sure you've talked about marriage and stuff and have a good idea what she wants first.. otherwise don't bother. i'd wait at least a year, can yall fight clean, or do you take cheap shots and bring up the past when you argue? have yall been through rough times? its important to think of these things.

good luck dude
12/05/2010
Harlequin Harlequin
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Originally posted by mnc5051
When is the right time to propose? Should i take into consideration many different things?
the right time is different for everyone. if you feel thats its the right time then it is.
12/10/2010
Carolinagirl08 Carolinagirl08
darthkitt3n is right. Women like to drop hints hoping men will pick up on them. Both of you will know when its the right time. Just put alot of thought & discussion into the idea of marriage before you ask.
04/04/2011
(Re)tired Stripper (Re)tired Stripper
I've heard you ought to know someone through each season before proposing. I think that's a decent statement.

Personally, I wish I'd waited a LOT longer the first time around, but I was young and dumb.

Women are scared away just as easily as men are (if not more! as in, "too good to be true, so he must be a psychopathic puppy-kicking murderer), so yeah, I agree with others...she will drop hints.

Good luck! I proposed once and was turned down (still together though). It was painful, but I grew from it. So either answer will be ok, though I know you are hoping for an affirmative
04/05/2011
CPTInsanity CPTInsanity
Coming from someone who was a company commander in the Army. I have seen tons of young guys get married to girls that they really had no business marrying. My advice is don't propose to someone that you could not trust to leave for a year and they wouldn't cheat on you, spend all of your money, and leave you during the hardest time of your life. If you think that she would pass that test, than she is a keeper and you should get married as soon as possible.

But this is all with the assumption that you truly love the girl, she isn't in financial problems, and you think that you will be sexually attracted to her for ever no matter what.

I know thats a lot of things to think of, but this is something that you only want to do once.
04/08/2011
K101 K101
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Originally posted by mnc5051
When is the right time to propose? Should i take into consideration many different things?
Well of course you should take things into consideration, but I say go for the proposing! That's so sweet. If you're sure you love each other, then I see no reason not to. If it makes you more comfortable, you could hint around to her to get an idea of whether or not she's ready. Just ask her simple random things like "What's your dream wedding." If she's not ready to get married, she will more than likely make it clear immediately. If she is then get ready to hear a long story with lots of flowers, bows, and sparkles! Lol (Well that's how mine would go anyways.)
04/13/2011
K101 K101
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Originally posted by CPTInsanity
Coming from someone who was a company commander in the Army. I have seen tons of young guys get married to girls that they really had no business marrying. My advice is don't propose to someone that you could not trust to leave for a year and ...
Yes, this is a great way to put it! That's when you really know for sure if she's the one or not! Lol. If she'd stick with you through all that, then I'd say she's one hell of a woman!
04/13/2011
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