I'm sorry anything I can do to help?
Wow I feel abused now...lol
Wow, how would you know,,,I don't recall....lol. ;-P
Of course, I would have remembered you from college!
Man you are just shooting me down every chance you get...lol
Now *SMILE,,,BLUSH* thanks you I have something to look froward too!!!!
What better way to get a new toaster oven?
It's not weird, it's just your age.
Hahaha! It's just something I noticed over the years in women your age. :)
Yeah you are. You're pushing thirty. Your old and decrepid and younger people will just roll their eyes and shake their heads whenever you say something. Better get used to it. hahaha!
Next you'll find yourself saying things like...when I was younger I'd----or when I was your age we used to-----
See. I told you. Hahaha
I'm sorry, but it's true. You still have two years left enjoy them because it only gets worse. Hair will start sprouting up in places that it shouldn't.
That's a relief! You're luckier than most.
I always thought you were "the Lady that doth protest too much" when it came to marriage Q's. Just pull the trigger already
Not weird, its quite normal! Can i come and throw rice at the wedding?
right, never say never. It happens to all of us.
I knew ya would come round..i accept :)
Why? I can help you think it through if you like. I'm in my third marriage. First was too young and while in the army. It ended after 7 years. Second was a mistake from not wanting to be alone and ended in 1 year. My current marriage, I learned a lot. Like a lot, dislike a lot and have been married for near 10 years.
Nothing to be sorry about. Depending on where you live, you may be considered married already through 'common law marriage'. What is it you've been thinking about. Why are you now considering being married? What would be different that you don't have now?
That usually only comes into play when the woman divorces the guy and wants something. There was no actual marriage and therefore no rights assigned. It makes for a great twist in the law.
If things did go wrong, you'd both have to come to a decision about it. I went through this with my X girlfriend and it was very difficult. We had agreed we would sell and split the money if we broke up. She changed her mind and wanted to buy me out instead. She tried to get the money for 6 months. We ended up having to live together for 6 MONTHS after breaking up. I finally bought her out instead which I did not want to do but wanted to move forward with my life.
Oh yeah, then I sold the house after buying her out.
yes but consider the alternative. If we had been married, the court would have just blindly said, she's the woman, she gets the house. Case closed. It really REALLLY sucks to be the guy in a divorce in america.
no. It's rather common.
no, but changing your disbelief in marriage once one finds someone worthy of marrying is a pretty common transition
I know people who have married after decades of being together. Once you've been together for a long time....the benefits of being married can outweigh your previous views. There are lots of different reasons behind that change...but it's not uncommon
No, it means you're letting yourself go. Happens to most people.
Ok, it means you want to let yourself go.
Nah, so many people let themselves go after marriage. Many even talk about it, and dream about it. But I'm glad that you claim to have enough self respect not to. It bugs me when people think marriage is an excuse for letting themselves go. Like, you say, it's disrespectful to themselves, as well as their partner.
Well good luck with your marriage!