The Relational Reporter: Middle School Couple Sets Wedding Date

Avery Rash informed her Mother yesterday it was “official.” After 29 days of “seeing each other,” she and her new boyfriend, Blake Tewyoung, have set a wedding date.

Mother, Meghan Rash, who had just dropped off Tewyoung following her daughter’s first official date with him at Sonic, contacted The Relational Reporter with the glad tidings.

“With as certain as they are about their feelings for each other, it hardly made any sense to wait,” declared Mrs Rash, who then clarified, that the two young lovers have a lot to do before the big day, “including graduating from middle school. And high school. After which Avery intends to attend the college where I met my first husband.”

Her daughter added, “Then I’ll probably attend at least eight years of grad school, because I want to be a doctor of something having to do with saving the environment.”

Meanwhile, Blake Tewyoung, who is known in the Rap Indie Pop world as Vanilla Ice Latte, drops his debut single, “Attention Deficit Disco” this Friday. The first world tour is planned for 2023, the year Tewyoung graduates from high school.

So buy the single this Friday and be sure to save the wedding date: May 17, 2036.

The Relational Reporter: unreal stories. real truth. really funny.

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More on Middle School Dating

If you enjoyed the above news article, you’ll love this LoveEd episode on when you should start dating as well as one of the Date Night Advice posts below.


The Middle Schooler’s Guide to Dating

Usually a guide is full of guidelines, but in the case of the Middle Schooler’s Guide to Dating (#MSG2D), everything really boils down to just one guideline.

Actually just one word!

“One word,” you ask? “Can it be true?”

Yes it can. And it is.

Here’s that one one-word guideline for all middle schoolers hoping to date… [read more]

 

 


Lies I Believed when I was 13

For those who missed the privilege of living through the 80s (or who spent the entire decade huddled in the fetal position under their desk in a nuclear bomb shelter) Knight Rider, featuring Michael Knight and his tricked-out Trans Am, was the family television drama to watch. At least it was for me when I was a middle schooler.

So imagine my excitement one Christmas morning, 20 years later, when I received the first season of Knight Rider on DVD!

RAD! I was so mega stoked about sharing my favorite show of adolescence with my own kids in their adolescence.

But that was before I put the first disc in the player. [Read More]

 


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It’s NOT for couples, but for any wise individual who thinks they might want to get married sometime before they die. And would like to learn how to better build healthy relationships in the meantime.

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