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.
Can your significant other be friends with your friends? On the Season 2 finale of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss what can go wrong when the person you’re dating befriends your friends. But what about situations when your friends were friends with your significant other first? Should that change their friendship dynamics? Tune in as the two talk about their experiences with befriending friends and find out who has a double standard when it comes to friendship and dating.
On Episode 12 of Season 2 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about invasion of privacy. Find out who has gone through their significant other’s phone, what they found, and how they presented the evidence to their mate. Of course phones aren’t the only places people snoop. Garcia shares what happened when he let someone sleep over. The episode ends with advice for both men and women on how to snoop and why you shouldn’t let your curiosities get the best of you.
There comes a point in every relationship where you have to tell your partner no or you wish you would have. On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about times they’ve told each other no, why they thought it was necessary, and their reactions. The situations that may lead you to tell your partner no vary from finances, safety concerns, and yes, even sex. Regardless of how necessary it may seem, telling your partner no can be a tricky situation. As Garcia points out, no one likes to be told no, so navigating these moments must be done with care.