I've been with my current boyfriend for three years, and I've been living with him for two and a half. In our entire relationship, we've never fought about anything. We've had disagreements on some things, but it's always boiled down to "Okay, I understand where you're coming from, and I don't really agree but I totally get why you feel the way you do." Literally the only argument we've ever had-- and continue to have-- is that no, honey, you can't build a Death Star and man it with thousands of puppies who you trained to shoot laser beams, that's not even in our budget right now.
TQC, am I doing something wrong? Is there some sort of relationship fight quota we've been missing all these years? Are we going to break up because we get along too well? Should I save our relationship by picking a fight with him when he comes home tonight from his 10-hour Black Friday retail shift? (Purely non-serious answers are most definitely welcome.)
DK/DC: What's the worst relationship advice you've ever been given?