To wed or not to wed?

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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by jerijerod » Fri May 22, 2009 12:14 am

i have a female friend who is a serial cheater and the one thing she has always taught me is never leave a paper trail, no text messages, no pictures and no videos 8)

you never know when they'll resurface and bite you on the ass! :shock:
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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by Paddy Keating » Fri May 22, 2009 8:33 am

I'm careful never to face the camera. Plus I like to wear masks when having sex. And I never use my real name. Mind you, in this case, I aped the cuckoo in crapping in my own nest. Mind you, he's much richer than I am so she's got more to lose and she's a venal one, to be sure. Also, if she left him or he chucked her out, she'd end up with Gargoyle Girl, an everyday reminder of the pitfalls of doing masked men.

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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by Opa » Fri May 29, 2009 6:08 pm

When I got married 21 years ago it was not the great Hollywood romance (nor Bollywood, though I would have love some great dance numbers), we just kinda fell into it. We had our ups and downs, and 2 children, and endure, reasonably happy. Life is like that. As Goethe said, "Was uns alle bandigt, das Gemeine," that is the common worries of daily life. There is just one thing, in my experience, that you need to talk straight to her: Is she fun at times? :idea: 'coz you can't live 20 or 30 or 50 years with a dour, always dutiful mousewifey!
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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by Annelie » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:06 am

There is just one thing, in my experience, that you need to talk straight to her: Is she fun at times? 'coz you can't live 20 or 30 or 50 years with a dour, always dutiful mousewifey!
Your right Opa, but don't forget men can be dour and mousey :D
Its really important as you say to have fun and laugh.
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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by Opa » Sat Apr 02, 2011 5:57 pm

Annelie,

Du hast völlig recht. Männer können auch langweilige Trantüten sein. Aber ich denke ein wenig seltener, wegen den patriarchalischen
Ideen, die so viele Frauen verinerrlicht haben.

Es war nicht leicht, einzuloggen. Haben andere auch Probleme damit?

Alles Gute

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Re: To wed or not to wed?

Post by Annelie » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:56 am

Opa,

Perhpas it would be easier if you stay logged on?
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