On this episode, Garcia and SunAh talk about relationship upgrades. Have you ever dated someone and they upgraded you? Or at least other people thought they did? Maybe you were the upgrade or you upgraded your partner. The two divulge the times and the ways that they’ve been upgraded, including some that may not be so obvious. Of course it wouldn’t be Which Cup is Mine if the two didn’t keep it spicy!! They also discuss the relationship downgrades, including being honest about the times they pulled their partners down.
Episode 3 of Season 3 asks the ladies how they feel about submitting to their man. What does it mean to be submissive? Why are some women so against it? Garcia and SunAh then ask the fellas what they are willing to change for their woman. Relationships are all about trust, communication, and compromise, and there is no time that it is more apparent than when it comes to being submissive or changing. SunAh talks about why she never considered being submissive before, and Garcia shares some things he’s changed now.
You asked for it, and Season 3 we’re bringing it to you… You can now watch the visual podcast on our YouTube channel!
On Episode 1 of Season 3, Garcia and SunAh answer some of the most frequently asked questions they receive: Are y’all faking it? Is this how you two really are behind closed doors? You say y’all don’t argue, what’s the secret? and You two seem like polar opposites, have either of you had to change in order to make the relationship work? Watch the YouTube version to see how the two react to some of these questions. Of course, you can still listen to the episodes where ever you stream podcasts.
Are you a ride or die? In Season 2, Episode 13 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about potential ride or die scenarios. From going to jail to having an outside baby, getting into a serious accident, taking a bullet, or losing a job, the two discuss if and when they’d be down to ride for each other and what would be too much to handle. While being a ride or die may seem like a desirable trait, there are certain conditions where it may not be. The episode ends with a warning on when ride or die goes wrong.
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.
Don’t do it! Reconsider! In Season 2, Episode 10 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh ask: what’s up with getting married? It seems like the consensus is to stay single as long as possible. Since neither of them have been married, they wonder out loud about some of the drawbacks from saying “I do.” The two also discuss unspoken expectations in marriage including gender roles, and they revisit some of their spicier conversations like kids, weddings, and money. You may think they have some of these things figured out, but tune in to find out who’s changed their mind and about what.
What does your mate do that gets on your nerves? Do you tell them? In Which Cup is Mine Season 2 Episode 6, Garcia and SunAh talk about some of the pet peeves they’ve had in their past relationship, how they brought them up to their mate, and if they were successful in saying something. Throughout the episode, the two give you a glimpse into the (mis)communications in their own relationship. The episode ends with advice on when and how to address your relationship pet peeves.
How important is communication in a relationship? In this episode, Garcia and SunAh share some reasons why they haven’t been great communicators in the past – sometimes it’s a matter of respect other times you don’t want to hurt the person’s feelings. Are there certain topics that should or should not be discussed when dating? If you should talk about them, how do you know when it’s the right time? The two run down some topics that they think should be communicated and how they’ve approached the issues including living together, finances, love languages, weddings, and health history. They also discuss their unique approach to addressing issues in their relationship. The episode ends with each giving tips for communicating with the opposite sex.
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.