On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss the trend of women asking for men to pay their bills in order to date them. Is dating in 2021 all about money? If so, what does it mean for the type of relationships and types of partners you might attract?
Garcia and SunAh kickoff Season 4 of Which Cup is Mine reflecting on how the coronavirus pandemic has changed relationships for better and for worse. But first, the episode starts with birthday wishes for SunAh. Then, the two discuss the good that has come from the pandemic in terms of relationships and dating and the bad. The episode ends with the two sharing how they weathered their own pandemic related relationship storm and advice for folks who may find themselves in similar situations.
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, Garcia and SunAh answer the question – should women get their man a gift for Valentine’s Day? Tune in for the Season 3 finale as the two discuss the expectations around Valentine’s Day gift-giving and what popular culture gets wrong. The two also discuss gifts they’ve given and received and offer some advice for types of gifts to give and how to determine if you should give a gift at all.
Season 3, Episode 15 uncovers the main reasons why men won’t commit. Garcia gets real honest about reasons why he wouldn’t commit in the past – some you might expect and others are hard to hear. Of course, men aren’t the only ones who won’t commit, so SunAh shares some reasons why women won’t fully commit. The episode ends with the two talking about some petty reasons why they didn’t want to commit.
When it comes to dating and relationships, family can be a help or a hindrance. One Season 4, Episode 14, Garcia and SunAh talk about family and dating – if and when you should meet the parents, what happens if a family member doesn’t like who you’re dating, and who comes first when you get married? Who else can relate to awkward family situations with their boyfriend or girlfriend? Garcia shares some particularly trying times when it comes to family and dating. The two also talk about some potential scenarios that pit family and your mate at odds, whose side are you on?
Season 3, Episode 13 asks would you rather have romance or stability? Sex or support? There is no middle ground, you have to choose. Garcia and SunAh make some tough decisions on which characteristic they’d rather have in a someone they’re dating or a potential spouse. Of course, in reality the choices aren’t so severe, and the two end the episode talking about how they would characterize each other.
What’s off limits when you’re in an argument? Are there certain blows that should never be dealt? Or are no holds barred? On Season 3, Episode 12, Garcia and SunAh talk about a few topics that are low blows in general and a few that they find personally are below the belt. Along the way, the two discuss their own reactions to being on the receiving end of someone hitting below the belt.
With the start of the new year, it may be time to end some relationships but that’s often easier said than done. How do you move on from a heartbreak? Garcia shares the ideal way to move on, and the two share how they’ve moved on from past relationships. Of course, you may not be heartbroken but the heartbreaker. Is there something you should do before moving on? Tune in to find out.
Season 3, Episode 10 brings back the spice you love! On this episode Garcia and SunAh ask – would you pay for it? Yes, they mean SEX. Would you pay for sex? The two discuss the conditions and circumstances under which they would pay for it. The question is – would you?
Is it forced, for love, an act of goodwill, or something that you’ll hear about later? On Season 3, Episode 9, Garcia and SunAh talk about doing favors for your mate. The two describe favors that they’ve done and those they wish they hadn’t. Are favors given from goodwill or are there expectations in return? Is it really a favor if someone is keeping count? The two explore these questions and more and in the end, they need your help in understanding exactly what a favor is.