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Old 01-28-2005, 08:03 AM   #61
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Actually I have a story about cheap wine and sex...Which thread am I in again?

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Cheap sex?

Well that depends on how much she ran up the credit card bill....hehe
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Cheap sex?



is there any other kind?
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Old 01-28-2005, 08:08 AM   #64
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is there any other kind?
No....see ......I have a chart and depending on the credit card bill....there are better and better sex activities........

The expensive items are just pain deviant.....
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I'll get banned soon if I keep replying to you lot.


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The expensive items are just pain deviant.....


you've certainly piqued my interest... tell me, just where do you "swipe" your "credit card" when purchasing expensive sex, if you catch my drift ...



cheap sex is all i can afford these days. $9.99 Chilean red wine and a futon just about says it all.
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I think you miss the point..... The more my wife spends=where she winds up on my list.
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I think you miss the point..... The more my wife spends=where she winds up on my list.

oh, i see. so it's kind of a bartering system, as opposed to a cash-for-services deal.
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The expensive items are just pain deviant.....
Pain or plain?


Just curious how far your chart goes......
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maybe both...and boy do my typos get worse wehn I am on meds...lol
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I would guess that every marriage is exactly what the 2 people in that marriage want it to be

but I'll stop derailing this thread now
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I once read " sex is the price women pay for marriage & marriage is the price men pay for sex."
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Old 01-29-2005, 08:58 AM   #73
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a legal reason to procreate.
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Love, honour and cherish. THE three most important words of commitment you can make.

To love: To me, means putting aside differences, accepting a person for who they are and wanting to be with them over anybody else. (Note: This may not be everyone's definition but this is what love means to me).


To Honour: Support, understanding, sympathy, respect. To be there no matter what, whenever you are needed.

To cherish: This, to me, is like the amazement you get at the feelings of joy (for example) another person can generate by their words or actions, reminding you of yet another reason why you are with that person.

Marriage is a commitment and whether it is lifelong or not, I believe, very few people enter into such a relationship without the best of intentions. As said before, sometimes outside forces can cripple a relationship to the point where it must end for the sake of the people within it. I know, I have been there.
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Very good thread. I've been thinking about this alot lately with all the crazy wedding planning going on [less than five months]. I think the problem with the wedding industry today and the idea of a wedding is that it's about a party -- flowers, food, music, etc. -- and people rarely think about what happens after that. The most serious discussions my fiance and I have had have not been about flowers or food. The serious discussions are about where we plan to live, what kind of car we could afford, what kind of family we want, what about finances. The problem with today's society is that you spend more time thinking about the wedding than the marriage. "What do you mean forever? I just wanted a party!"

Marriage is being commited to a person -- to have your needs become theirs and their needs become yours. To have fun, to make sacrifices and anything else you make your marriage to be what you and your partner want it to be.
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