This week, The Peppers try to decide which room of the house is best for watching tv, eating dinner, making love + falling asleep (in no particular order). Gerard claims that more pixels will keep him awake while they snuggle, and Jessie spins her wheels trying to decode their varying personality types.
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We talked about our TV watching habits back in Episode 44 and you won’t be surprised to find out that not much has changed.
Gerard falls asleep approximately 13.5 seconds after getting into bed... for TV watching, for naps, and probably even for sex.
Jessie wonders if watching heartfelt shows with each other can create as much as a connection as actually having heartfelt conversations
Gerard thinks that watching TV outside of the bedroom will keep him from falling asleep in the middle of a show. Especially if it involves some sort of fancy projector screen so that we don’t have to ruin the decor in our front room.
Jessie finally concedes to Gerard in an argument for the very first time in MIF history.
We recently watched The Christmas Story and Gerard slept for almost the entire film. Jessie was annoyed, but now she finally understands all of the inside jokes about fragile leg lamps.
This episode has us shamelessly processing our possible Enneagram numbers, and you can take this free test to find your own. Jessie also recommends a book called The Road Back to You and the corresponding podcast of the same name.
Studying our Strengths has been an eye-opening way to learn more about each other’s inner world.
Jessie’s family plays Balderdash with a political (and incorrect) spin but despite their annoying habit, we still really like the original game.
- Episode 43 of the Sorta Awesome podcast is a great resource for anyone looking to learn more about the Myers-Briggs test.
Which partner is more likely to fall asleep while you’re watching a movie together?
Does watching an emotional show or movie help you feel more connected with your sweetie pie? Are there particular shows that fall into this category for you?
Have the results of a personality test ever helped you to understand your spouse more fully?