1. Back off! Don't assume that other people are dating and don't pressure others to move too quickly in relationships.
2. Be realistic. Pursue love, not romance (here he quoted Bono's "Man and a Woman"--the pop culture references he made throughout the talk were hilarious).
3. Be holy. Don't act like the world in your dating.
4. Be mature. Communicate with people honestly and openly. We're adults; we can act like them now.
His main point was to marry your best friend. That's what he did, and that's what he thinks everyone should do. So, what do you think? Is Prof J right? Should we marry our best friends or is there an element of romance which ought to be present?