In this special episode, Katie and Ryan are answering some of the best questions from Ask Reddit – everything from 'How do you differentiate between someone being nice and someone flirting with you?' to 'Your ex is writing an autobiography and a chapter is dedicated to their time with you – what's the chapter's title?'
Millennials like to take things a little bit slower when it comes to dating and marriage but is it actually for the better? Katie and Ryan explore why millennials are investing more time in dating before getting married and share their opinions about long engagements.
The dynamic duo, Katie and Ryan, explore more about dating in part two of their Dating Boundaries episode. They discuss whether you should know your partner's passcode and if it's ever okay to check their phone. Plus, the two share some of the biggest red flags when dating and their desire to date someone with an attractive voice.
Do you ever think dating the same sex would be easier than dating the opposite sex? Katie and Ryan give their opinion on this and a range of dating topics, including talking about couples getting in public arguments and people putting their best foot forward at the start of a relationship and then slacking off. Plus, the duo describe each-other's perfect match.
Even though an array of dating apps exist and sliding into the DMs counts as making the first move, you may be shocked to find out millennials are less intimate than any other previous generation, ever. Katie and Ryan explore the reasons this may be the case and why our generation just aren't being intimate as often.
Katie and Ryan are excited to be celebrating their 20th episode by talking about their dream weddings and wedding etiquette. Do you think it's okay to ban cellphone photography from your wedding? Isn't the professional photographer there for that? The pair dive right into it in a way only they can. They also chat about destination weddings and people who turn their pre-wedding parties into a business venture to pay for the main event.
Privacy is something so valued yet so easily given away with a few swipes and clicks. Whether it's agreeing to 'Terms & Conditions' without reading those terms and conditions (we've probably all done it) or sharing where you're at to thousands of people via social media – are we inviting people to invade our privacy on a daily basis without even realizing it? Plus, a look into the world of mutually tracking the location of your partner, friends or family – have things gone a little too far?