Sheldon Amy Agreement
In many relationships, this is actually a kind of evidence. The relationship contract stipulates that everyone must take care of the other while he is sick, but what terrible relationship would it be if they were not? Admittedly, this may require a little more effort for Amy, because Sheldon is so painful when he is sick that his friends literally run and hide for not dealing with him. Nevertheless, it`s definitely a good thing for every couple to take care of the person you love – and make sure they know it`s expected. Certainly, at the end of the show, Sheldon and Amy had done much more than just shake hands… But at first, Sheldon was definitely against the posture of the hand. The relationship agreement states that if a person does not fall off a cliff, receives a vaccine or receives the Nobel Prize, no hand is held. However, according to their relationship agreement, when they attend meetings, they must monitor each other`s behaviour, “among their young and try to speak in their primitive languages” (also known as Penny). The contract should be concluded some time before the wedding and it is certainly recommended no less than 28 days before. This in turn would eliminate the proposal to put pressure on the other. It`s clear that Shamy should be, but that doesn`t mean it`s always easy to be in a relationship with Sheldon Cooper.
True to form, Sheldon celebrated his official partnership by concluding a relationship agreement; a thirty-one-page document describing all your homework and homework as a friend and friend. And while it may seem crazy at first glance, there are actually some solid rules here that might be more couples who would like to take it. The full relationship agreement allows for cosmetic surgery, as they say, “every party must not undergo cosmetic surgery unless it must look like a Klingon.” What`s supposed to be funny, of course, is an allusion to Sheldon`s hatred for the change and love of Star Trek. But really, there is something deeply disturbing about a binding treaty that dictates what a partner should look like.