Rule 025 | Valentine's Day Doesn't Owe You Anything
The Peppers have a unique approach to Valentine's Day that can sometimes feel like a bit of a drag. Find out how we stay connected during a lapse of romance, and listen as we stumble towards a system for divvying up the household chores.
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- Gerard kicks things off with a very directed question, and Jessie tries to skirt around the answer by picking on his semantics.
- Jessie wants Valentine’s Day to be about celebrating love, not comparing each other to societal norms... No fancy restaurants. No jewelry. (Gerard is elated at the fact that this has now been recorded on tape.)
- Gerard understands there is always room for creativity and growth, and wants to be able to give Jessie something to look forward to. He also wants a backrub, but his fingers will be crossed until then.
- The Peppers realize that the whole point of Valentine’s Day is to feel more connected to the ones that you love... There are endless opportunities to shower your partner with romance, but it doesn't have to stop at special occasions.
- Jessie throws in the towel on dish duty. (After a mere 4 DAYS of giving it her all.) She’s confused about the chores around the house because of Gerard’s change of schedule... except for vacuuming. She’s very clear on who vacuums.
- Gerard engineered a tin can tower that has spurred on some feelings of passive aggressiveness.
- At the root of it, we both prefer deep connections over a dozen roses. (But let’s be honest, Jessie would NEVER turn down her favorite chocolate bar.)
- When was the last time you felt romanced by your partner?
- What is your least favorite chore of allllll time?
- Would you rather celebrate Valentine's Day with a really good back rub or the darkest chocolate that money can buy?