On Episode 12 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss a sensitive subject: money. Even though everyone has some idea of how they expect finances should be handled in a relationship or, if and when you should live together, most people don’t talk about it until it’s too late. Garcia and SunAh talk about their experiences with splitting the bills and cohabitating and what they would do moving forward. The episode closes with an even sticker situation when Garcia asks: if the person you were in a relationship lost their job, would you let them live with you?
Garcia and SunAh turn up the heat on Episode 11 as they answer the question: have you ever dated someone who was in a relationship or married? While most people wouldn’t publicly discuss such a taboo subject, the two bare it all. Find out how each of them came to be the side piece, who feels no remorse, and how they approach playing your position. The episode ends with a lively debate on how they could spice up their relationship without either of them having a side piece of their own.
It can be hard to do, but on this episode Garcia and SunAh get real honest about their own flaws and mistakes when it comes to dating. They tell some hard truths about who they have been in past relationships, the defense mechanisms that didn’t work, and the toxic behaviors they chose not to bring into their relationship with one another. The episode closes with a confession from Garcia: he didn’t believe he deserved happiness. The question to our listeners is: do you?
It’s a special day on Which Cup is Mine as co-host Garcia celebrates his 38th birthday! On this episode, Garcia and SunAh take a trip down memory lane and finally share the details on how they went from DMs to dating. They both reveal some of the surprising moments that made them reconsider the “no relationship” stance they both initially started with: the events that showed them they needed one another, the unexpected thing that Garcia did that turned SunAh on, and a turn of phrase that put pressure on Garcia. Throughout the episode they drop some dating tips and tricks that you don’t want to miss.
We all have them even though sometimes we ignore them. On Episode 8 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh reveal dating dealbreakers including a couple they’ve reconsidered and one particularly petty one that will forever result in an automatic ‘no.’ While red flags can be just as subjective, they share a few that shouldn’t be ignored if you want to avoid relationship issues, and Garcia brings attention to an important interracial dating red flag.
Never ones to shy away from a taboo topic, Garcia and SunAh answer the question: do weight and/or looks matter when selecting a mate? The episode kicks off with each of them describing what other people think their type is before the two share the types they’ve actually been attracted to. Both agree that personality matters more but you may be surprised at where their opinions diverge. They share how their family and friends have influenced their dating choices, and SunAh opens up about an insecurity that has shaped her dating experiences. The episode ends with Garcia sharing his preference for a certain type of woman and why.
Under what circumstances can exes be friends? Garcia explains which exes can be friends and which can’t. Meanwhile SunAh is unconvinced. Their conversation gets even spicier when it turns to the topic of whether or not an ex can call you in their time of need. In the end, they agree that whatever your stance, you should make the best decision for your relationship.
Episode 5 of Which Cup is Mine finds Garcia and SunAh struggling over the right thing to do. If you know your friend is being cheated on, should you tell them? Both Garcia and SunAh share personal experiences of how they handled a situation when they knew a friend’s mate was cheating. Does friendship require telling the truth or is silence golden? Between Garcia and SunAh, find out who believes ignorance is bliss and who wants to know the truth even if it hurts.
Garcia and SunAh tackle the question: do women apologize? Garcia breaks down the anatomy of an apology. SunAh shocks Garcia with a situation where she will not apologize. The episode ends with SunAh explaining her current approach to apologies.
Garcia and SunAh share some of the relationships they saw growing up and key relationships they had when they were younger that affected how they approached relationships as adults. Garcia explains why he avoided commitment, and SunAh unsuccessfully attempts to dodge a question about her past. The episode ends with a conversation about proposals.