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  • Sealing The Deal

    Not sure if this topic is right for this thread. I'm just wondering how important is marriage for you? Is that something that you want to do eventually or that's just a waste of time to show how much you love each other

  • #2
    Call me old-fashioned, but I would love to be a bride at least once. And if only I can find a guy who's ready to settle down already lmao
    Last edited by SmileDemiSmile; 02-13-2020, 07:57 AM.


    • Annalyn
      Annalyn commented
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      yumyum In other countries, a woman has the option NOT to take her husband's last name. That is, she has the option to retain her own name. Of course, her marital status would have to be changed to reflect her new marital status.

    • Tastyblic
      Tastyblic commented
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      For me, once is not enough. LOL. I could get married as many times as possible. Well, even on my 60s for that matter!

    • Airbind
      Airbind commented
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      Do you think that you could find the man on this site? I wish you luck for your search on that man.

  • #3
    Why are you asking us this question? Did somebody popped you the question recently or you're the only one who's single among your friends?


    • Lilliah
      Lilliah commented
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      Maybe she has reached that point in her life that she's wondering if she's would get married or not.

    • Kinkytime
      Kinkytime commented
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      Carlosa34 I'm guessing that she might be the only single person among her friends.

  • #4
    If we're talking about legal rights and the like, yes it can be a big deal for some. What's more important for me is how much we love each other.


    • VanVan01
      VanVan01 commented
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      Guess that you want to be sure that you're going to end up with half his property in case the marriage fails

  • #5
    I understand where you're coming from uninvoked. Father absence causes an increase in mental and behavioral disorders as well as criminal activity and family abuse. But when children are raised in a healthy marriage, they get to see and experience the lasting benefits of a strong marriage bond.


    • hardandrough
      hardandrough commented
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      Correct! Living with a single mother and watching her do back-breaking jobs to support me before was emotionally draining. That was why I have to work at an early age and there were times when I was exhausted and alone in my room and wished that my dad is with us. At some point in my life, I blamed my dad for leaving us miserable.

    • BuiltToLast
      BuiltToLast commented
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      I am touched by your thoughts. My wife and I have personal issues, but never did I think of leaving. We talked and came to an agreement and some adjustments to save the relationship for the sake of our kids.

  • #6
    There are women who are into that stuff. For them, it is important that they want to make it as a memorable experience on their lives. For me, it would also be nice to have one. And I would like to get married only once and I should make sure that the person would be the right one for me. Of course, it is only a dream.


    • #7
      Marriage is important. You would have to undergo what the society is expected you to have. It is not necessary that you would have a grand marriage, although most women dream to have one.


      • truelove
        truelove commented
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        If you ever find the right guy for you, what kind of wedding are you going to have? Would it be an extravagant one or a small intimate affair?

      • ablasta
        ablasta commented
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        Why do you think that we should follow what the society is expected from us?

    • #8
      Just marry the person whom you think would stay with you for a long time. If you are sure of that person, then go on and have a marriage.


      • playagame
        playagame commented
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        What if the person that you're talking about turns out to be the wrong one a few years after marrying him? Are you going to regret marrying him or not?

      • squirrellove
        squirrellove commented
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        fistingfatties I agree with what playagame has mentioned. You forgot that sometimes people change. It is possible that guy turns out to be abusive towards you in the long run.

    • #9
      I would get married one day. When? Only time will tell. I hope that I would find the right man for me. Well, I am hoping.


      • XperiencedVirgin
        XperiencedVirgin commented
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        So, is that the reason why you are on this site? Do you have some prospects already?

      • Rilene90
        Rilene90 commented
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        If you really want to get married, you should also go and look for him and not just wait for him

      • Yuki23
        Yuki23 commented
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        Are you going to feel bad for yourself if you don't end up being married?

    • #10
      Why get married when you could be divorced after few years of being together? For me, there is no sense to get married when the two of you would just break up in the end. Where is the "Till death do us part." thingy?


      • CupcakeComments
        CupcakeComments commented
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        You're right, love! I don't want to commit to anything regretful. Don't get me wrong, but I've seen cases like broken marriage because of reasons that they can't fathom. I won't sacrifice my kids from a shitty romance tied by a marriage certificate.

    • #11
      There are women these days who are not after the things that they could get from marriage. And I salute those kinds of women. More girl power!