22 Things Every Couple Who Lives In London Just Knows
So many 45-minute tube journeys.
Your first date was probably at the BFI bar on the Southbank.
And you've been on a date to Gordon's Wine Bar too.
In the early stages of dating, a long journey home on a night bus definitely ruined the sexual tension between you.
But by now you have a night bus routine.
If you don't live together, you store roughly 50% of your belongings at each other's houses.
And you'll often plan to visit each other for days at a time, because it's just easier that way.
You've obviously had some awkward run ins with your S.O.'s flatmates.
So eventually you'll end up living together purely for convenience.
At some point, you'll have agreed to meet up at Covent Garden or Leicester Square.
And you'll have celebrated at least one anniversary, birthday, or promotion in a tall building.
You've been to Winter Wonderland together.
And as soon as summer starts, you immediately head to the park for a picnic.
But eventually you'll get bored of London in the summer, and go on endless day trips to depressing seaside towns.
At the beginning of your relationship, you'll fill your evenings with trips to museum and gallery lates.
But eventually you'll come to think that the best way to spend an evening is cooking a nice meal, drinking lots of wine, and having friends over.
You'll always appreciate living in a city with such diverse theatre, art, and food.
But you'll soon find your ~area~ of London and get to know its pubs inside out.
You'll realise that even though picking each other up from the airport when one of you has been away seems romantic, it's not realistic.
And that holding hands anywhere in London isn't really viable either.
But there are so many lovely day dates to go on in London that it doesn't really matter.
Whenever you visit each other's hometowns, you'll wonder why on earth you chose to live in London.
But you'll always come back to the fact that London feels like home.
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