The grass always seems greener on the other side. In this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss the pros and cons of being single versus being in a relationship. While there are many advantages and disadvantages to both statuses, find out which one may have significantly fewer cons. In a time where being independent seems more carefree and stress-free, what are the benefits of being in a relationship? The two detail some of the biggest pros of being in a relationship with one very important caveat. The episode ends with Garcia giving advice to the single men.
Dating is a gamble. You never really know if the person you’ve met is being themselves or if they really want you or just what you have to offer. This episode of Which Cup is Mine begins with Garcia and SunAh talking about ways that people do the most in dating especially as it comes to trying to impress. Always ones to turn up the heat, the conversation then turns to the question: in dating, what’s your price? The answer isn’t always about money, as the duo point out, but of course the two dive into the topic of tricking. The episode closes with a conversation about tricking versus being generous versus being finessed and advice on how to know which category you may be falling into.
In this episode Garcia and SunAh tackle a tricky topic – falling in love. What does it mean to fall in love, can you grow to be in love with someone, what about being in love with two people at the same time? The two begin by sharing how they know they’ve been “in love” before discussing if you can grow to love someone. They also identify some real life couples they see as couple goals. The episode ends with each of them giving advice on how to know if the love is gone.
Does sex on the first night ruin your chances for a relationship? Garcia and SunAh talk about giving it up on the first night – the pros, the cons, and one big misconception. Garcia reasons if you’re going to have sex anyways, why not do it on the first night? Because one thing is for certain: sex on the first night might not end a relationship but bad sex definitely can. The two share how far into dating they were before they had sex and how things might have been different if they would have had sex on the first night.
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.
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.
Episode 2 of Which Cup is Mine answers the question: how important is your friends’ approval of who you’re dating? Garcia and SunAh break down reasons why friends may not approve, including some they experienced in their relationship. Though Garcia is unapologetic about his past, he opens up about the one time he was nervous about his own reputation. The episode ends with Garcia and SunAh reflecting on their friends’ opinions when they first started dating and what they think now.