I've come to the realization that Chris and I are "that couple." You all know that couple, maybe you are that couple too. Maybe we should start a "that couple" club...but then again, we would probably make plans to meet and never do it.
What do I mean by "that couple"? I'm glad you asked. In order to be "that couple" you must be constantly making plans to do something fun together/with others and canceling after further thought.
For example, Chris and I made plans about 2 hours before, to go to First Thursday on the Square. Music, drinks, local artists, and the farmers market. Best thing, it's free if you don't buy food or drinks. So, Chris meets me at work right before we are suppose to go and by the time I had finished closing down, I had decided I was too tired and hungry to go out. Not a huge deal; however, we do this ALL the time. We are "that couple."
"That couple" is constantly thinking of awesome things to do--concerts, all night ragers, movie dates, etc.--and are either too tired or too lazy to follow through with it and therefore spend their entire night parked on the couch watching reruns of Southland or other gender neutral tv shows. Sometimes if you want to have a big night, you turn on Keeping up with the Kardashians. Scott always brightens up any date night.
The night then ends with one or both of you either tipsy (and for Chris, wearing his helmet and goggles while sitting on the couch) or requesting foot massages <--bet you can't guess who that is.
You all know which couple I'm talking about. Let me give you a hint, if you can't think of "that couple" in your group of friends, it probably means that you are "that couple".
Are you "that couple" in your group of friends?