Most men I've ever known would run for the hills if a woman said to them, "Wow, it's our two month anniversary." I think they'd be scared it's an indication of an upcoming "so where is this relationship going?" talk. Though I'm mystified as to how anyone ever finds out where a relationship is going since the subject seems to make men so incredibly skittish.Wait and see if it goes anywhere?
LOL. Well I think a few months is somewhat premature for that. But more than once I've had to wonder if we ("we" meaning whatever guy I was seeing) were actually dating
or not. And after spending a ton of time together, not seeing other people, getting physically intimate (not necessarily scrabble), meeting each other's families, and so on, hearing, "Oh!! But I didn't think we were in a relationship.
" Seems things will go awfully well until they find out you think it's a relationship
, and saying things like, "Oh, it's our two month anniversary!" is bound to fill them with fear. So no, in answer to the OP, I would never mention any sort of "anniversary" unless it was a wedding anniversary. Doesn't matter anyway. Who cares if you (general you) have been officially dating
for exactly six months? Seems kind of high school, just my opinion of course.