8 Things Not To Say To Your Partner While Driving

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A few phrases that are better uttered after you reach your destination.

Driving with your partner can be as enlightening as it can be stressful. It's a great opportunity to learn more about each other and enhance your relationship — though some topics are better saved for the times you aren't behind the wheel. Here are a few of those phrases that are better uttered after you reach your destination:

1. "I'm pregnant."

2. "So I've reconnected with my ex on Facebook..."

3. "Remember that argument we had six months ago? Well, I'm still mad about it."

4. "You know, it really drives me nuts when your mother..."

5. "I've accepted a job that's 3,000 miles away."

6. "I'm pregnant... with twins!"

7. "Listen, I know you told me four cats was your limit, but I found this stray outside our door this morning, and..."

8. "I know we've been trying to save money, but I found this pair of shoes..."

How do you and your main squeeze spend your time in the car? What topics do you avoid while behind the wheel? Here's your chance to tell us!

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