You may see in some Korean TV dramas that couples count down to the 100th day anniversary and plan how to celebrate it and what gifts should be bought.
The couples have anniversary celebrations again on the 200th day, 300th day, and so on of their relationships.
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The celebration of our lives together consists of going out to dinner. Rented a small house in the mountains outside of Asheville, NC.
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If so, how do you say “We’ve got a good thing going here,” but not “Start thinking about wedding venues” or “Don’t plan on a six-month anniversary”?
i feel sort of cheesy really celebrating anything less than marriage.^ i think a month, six months etc is crazy talk!
my partner and i hardly even celebrate our yearly - we usually can't be arsed/don't remember. Trends are to either go out for fine dining or spend a night together at nice a hotel. seems like a little too much effort when things should maybe run a little more naturally.
Whatever we felt like doing at the time that seemed fitting with our schedules etc.
Now that we're married, im not really sure how differently we will celebrate as we're both very casual. We have been together for 6 years and married for 4.