My future husband and I were at a party Saturday and got asked, "So, are you living together yet?" When we said, No, our interlocutor, our bestman, actually, asked, "What's the deal? You can't live with someone before you're married?" To which I replied, "Yes." But that seemed insufficient. I was caught off-guard. What should I have said?
And it's not a one-time occurrence. I get asked all the time, "Where do you [meaning you two] live?" and when I explain we live about 30 miles apart, I get, "So when are you moving in together?" or "So are there plans to move in together?" Also, we can't hide behind commute issues or anything like that; my future husband works from home.
Anyone got any God-honoring but snappy come-backs? or do you just answer the questions?