Unexpectedly Intriguing!
December 20, 2010

Did you know that December is *the* most popular month for wedding proposals to be made.

Wedding Proposal Caricature, 1885, Source: Utah State Law Library

We guess that makes sense, since June would appear to be the most popular month for weddings to take place, but before you consider popping the question, shouldn't you answer a more basic question first?

Should you get married?

Well, should you? Are you really ready? Wouldn't it be nice if you use a tool to take the guesswork out of whether or not you should seriously propose marriage at this time?

You're darn right it would be nice! Here at Political Calculations, our stock in trade is making tools people can use to answer some of the most sensitive questions affecting their lives, and this is no different! We've adapted Geek Logik author Garth Sundem's formula addressing this very delicate situation for your exclusive, confidential use in this holiday season, so you can confirm, with precise mathematical certainty, that yes, you *should* get married.

Or not, in the case that you shouldn't! After all, maybe you're not really ready at this moment. Either way, our tool stands ready to help you know when you're ready. Just enter the indicated information below, and we'll take care of the rest....

Wedding Proposal Readiness Data
Input Data Values
How many years have you been dating?
The number of times per day that something makes you think of this person.
If your families got together for a holiday dinner, the estimated number of times there would be uncomfortable friction.
How many shared interests and/or goals do you two have?
How many individual or conflicting interests and/or goals do you two have?
The average number of disagreements you have with this person in a month.


Should You Get Married?
Calculated Results Values
"Tie the Knot" Index Value
The Bottom Line

In the tool, a "Tie the Knot" Index value greater than or equal to one will indicate that you are indeed ready to start shopping for a ring, while a value less than one will suggest that you're not ready yet. We provide this information so you can gauge just how close you might be to the threshold of either popping the question or not if your circumstances were just a bit different.

And because you made it this far, here are the other awkward questions that we've developed tools to help you answer:

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