OH MAN Girlfriend draws up 17-page ‘contract’ for man she’s been dating TWO WEEKS… including that he pays for everything
The Sun, UK | 10 Sep 2021 | Martha Cliff
A GIRLFRIEND drew up a 17-page ‘relationship contract’ with her boyfriend just two weeks after they met on Tinder – demanding he pay for date nights, buy flowers twice a month and work out five times a week.
Annie Wright first met her boyfriend Michael Head in October last year and after deciding he was ‘her person’ they agreed to be exclusive soon after.
Determined to make the relationship work after having her ‘boundaries crossed’ in a previous toxic relationship, 21-year-old Annie joked they should write down their ‘terms and conditions’ for dating – and law student Michael eagerly agreed.
Shortly after Annie and Michael, 23, sat down and read out their own terms – including asking for ‘a romantic gesture once every two weeks’ and ‘working out at least five times a week alone’.
Other clauses included ‘no silent treatment’ and him paying for date nights.
Now Annie credits the lengthy 17-page contract as the key to their relationship success and even suggested they might give each other a ‘yearly review’ when they celebrate their one-year anniversary next month.
Annie, from Atlanta, in Georgia, said: “This has been a game changer. I’d recommend all couples have one. It’s the best thing ever.
“I was still partying and I’m a junior in college. He was top of his class, very organised.
“I was like ‘this is the dude I want to marry but our lives don’t correlate well’.
Wait . . . are we sure “Michael” is his first name?