Sherry Taylor

Q: A recent British survey of married couples finds that one-third of women were secretly disappointed by this?
Q: A recent British survey of married couples finds that one-third of women were secretly disappointed by this?

A: How they were proposed to

A THIRD OF WOMEN ARE SECRETLY DISAPPOINTED BY HOW THEY WERE PROPOSED TO: Proposing might be a stressful thing for a man to do, but it turns out the ladies have little sympathy. A recent British survey of married couples finds that one-third of women were secretly disappointed by how they were proposed to. Thirty-three-percent of women said the ideal place for a proposal would’ve been a sentimental place, while 26-percent said they would’ve wanted more romance, and 25-percent said they wish it had been more of a surprise. Many– more than 25-percent– were disappointed with their partner’s ring selection, and said if they had a chance they would “upgrade” their bling. (Daily Mail)

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