BITCH I AINT GOT NO MONEY... AND U GONNA GIVE ME THE MONEY U GOT
AND GET ME SOME WAFFLE FRIES.
Originally Posted by Mutant K12
Why are you airing our dirty laundry again?
Originally Posted by Mutant K12
Because "snoop" and I had an agreement that we would not discuss our past on this site
I finally decided the alimony I was getting was insulting!!!
Originally Posted by bonds
Did your fail the first time around sour you on the institution of marriage? Yes and no? I mean, I got married in a rushed, unthoughtful way. It wasn't because I couldn't see my life without this person, or because I was exceedingly worried about what would happen to them should I pass away, etc. I can recognize that I didn't get married for the "right reasons." And yes, there are right reasons for some people to get married. Going through the fail, I would like to think, has put my in a position to better understand what I would want out of a marriage and where I would want it to go. I don't think marriage is crucial in the "next step" of a relationship, but I kinda see it as more of a big deal now.
Will you be slower to sign on the dotted line a second time? Yeah. I mean in a certain sense, though. If I see it as kind of a big deal now I'm certainly going to want to be 'sure' the next time. What woman wants to be, like 35 and twice divorced? Not me, that's for sure. I used to say I was never going to get married again, but I can definitely understand my own personal desire for marriage now. Before I had no idea what I would even want out of a basic relationship or even a friendship. There's no way of knowing I'm positive, but now I can see myself getting married again and if I find someone who wants the same things I want, once I'm sure they want those same things, then I'll throw myself into the full commitment of being married to them.
Will you at least make him throw in a damn trip to Disneyworld? It would be nice to go to Disneyworld once!
how lucky are you that you dodged the baby momma bullet?
Being serious for a second? *Really* ****ing lucky.
That said, not really that lucky? It was one of the reasons I became really sure of the divorce being right. I couldn't see myself having kids with him, or I didn't want to. And if I knew I'd made a mistake getting married, I wasn't going to compound that by having his babies!
Didn't see this asked.... Getting married/divorced at a relatively young age, has it influenced how you approach relationships now? I've had a couple friends in a similar position and they have really struggled with forming serious relationships, just curious as to your experience.
I get a lot of spam email from this random PUA salesman. Some of his email titles are catchy so sometimes I'll read about how making a woman squirt is the key to keeping her attached to you for life, etc.
I got one from him the other day about marriage. The following is what he had to say:
A woman absolutely must have four key things to feel fulfilled and happy in her marriage. She must…
1) Feel special and appreciated
2) Feel a deep emotional connection
3) Feel feminine, beautiful, and sexy
4) Get hot passionate sex
You know what I'm sick of?
slack-jawed, small-peened ******s who come into threads where e-women are posting cool stuff and who start posting smack in an effort to grow their own e-peens to something other than tiny.
Newsflash: you're bringing threads down, everyone thinks you're being *******s, and growing your own e-peen won't get you a nanometer closer to ever even talking to a real girl, never mind about actually having one.
Cut it the hell out, give it a rest, do leave off, if you can't say anything good don't say anything, zip it, SHHHHHH, take a suck on my zipple, hush now, Knock Knock Who's There QUIET!, and SHUT THE ****ING **** UP YOU ****ING ****S. and preferably take your gheyness to some forum where they like aidsers like you posting woman-hating crap.
Is that clear?
Cliffs: STFU, aidstrolls.
next ask me thread.
Jackitos: ask me anything about overthrowing bogan from the most annoying and useless poster on 4life
Last edited by shehateme; 09-21-2010 at 01:35 AM.
Reason: using an avatar to impress your e-woman is beyond lame. srsly get a life
It's really not my intention to sound like a condensing dick when asking this next question, but I can't think of a better way to ask it, so sorry.
Have you ever consider that you aren't really any wiser from the experience and that this "I was so young and naive back then" bit is just a cop out?
Let me clarify: I've got female friends who play a game and it sounds similar to one you are playing ITT. Here's how the game works: If you are in a long term relationship with a guy, it's "love." The second it ends, "Nope. I was young and naive when I said that. It wasn't really love. It was just "lust." Man, it's awesome I have such a better perspective on things now."
Isn't is possible that you're (possibly subconsciously) discounting the feelings you used to feel now retroactively? I mean, you got married. Isn't it possible that it's easier to blame everything on being young and naive rather than admit that you felt just about as strongly as you could possibly ever feel for another person and then it feel apart?