After being single or dating for most of the Summer. The Winter Coat Theory dictates that in the autumn
season (usually around Halloween), they will
pick a companion or boyfriend for the upcoming holiday
events. The driving
factors include to have
someone to attend
functions (Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years); to have some
one to 'snuggle' next
to when people tend to stay home more often (like it is cold outside).
The term 'Winter Coat' is an allegory meant to highlight the warm gained during
these colder seasons.
Even though the abbreviated
courting cycle may show early signs
of incompatibility. The woman would tend to stay in the relationship till the end of the 'final' major holiday
event - New Years. At which time, the cycle comes to its end during
the Spring season.
The allegory of the 'Winter Coat' is used
again, as the warmer weather becomes prevalent - Winter Coats are shaken off and stored away for the subsequent cold weather season.