Question of the day:
While we're waiting for Bubby to return, we thought we'd pose a question to you. Get the conversation started by posting in the comments below.
If someone you are dating tells you that they have been writing a blog about the details of their dating life since long before they met you, would you want to read it?
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8 OPINIONS ADDED
hell yes it would create a god or destroy a human
By 10:13 PM, at
Hell No, who are you Marco Polo your not discovering anything. The history hath created where you are in the moment enjoy it.
By 12:44 PM, at
i definatley would not want to read it! however, i wouldnt be able to help myself because i knew about it.. i would then read it.. and then hope that whatever i find doesnt change my impression... if it did you can say good bye relationship
By 2:24 AM, at
i would definitely want to read it
By 12:49 PM, at
I would resist for as along as I could.
I'm now engaged to someone who read my blog in the early stages of our getting to know each other. Now, however, he won't read it.
By 2:34 PM, at
I would try hard not to read it. What happened in the past should not effect our relationship today. However, I am only human and I am sure I would be tempted. If we weren't having problems, I would not want to read it and create them.
By 4:56 PM, at
I would love to say that I wouldn't want to read it, that I trust my boyfriend, who is amazing by the way, enough to not have the need to read it. . . but in the end, i think i would read it.
By 5:02 PM, at
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