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even if you are not married you can still learn lessons what have you learned ? Read More
miles136 Avatar
10m, 2w agoPosted 10 months, 2 weeks ago
even if you are not married you can still learn lessons

what have you learned ?
miles136 Avatar
10m, 2w agoPosted 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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Marriage has taught me how much i love my own company, that i prefer to make my own decisions for everything and how crap it is having to share a bed! Never again for me lol. Love having the bed to myself and love being my own boss!
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When you meet your soulmate , cherish every minute . It's too short
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psychobitchfromhell
When you meet your soulmate , cherish every minute . It's too short

Great user name for this thread!X)
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I don't know?. but I've been with my childhood sweetheart for 25 years oO

Wouldn't change anything for the world :)
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43 years here and I wouldn't wish to change anything, I can't believe how the years have flown by. There were times, especially in the first few years, when I thought we wouldn't make it. Young kids, high mortgage interest rates (at one time 15%), shift work, all add to the pressure.
I've learned to appreciate our differences, because that's what makes us a team. And to have fun.........everyone needs to find time to have fun.

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freedom is expensive
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you have been wrong all your life
#3
The drugs don't work
4 Likes #4
silence is your best friend
banned 1 Like #5
spelling

taught

AND you can live with a liar for 8 years & just trust them
3 Likes #6
Ball and chain X)
15 Likes #7
Marriage has taught me how much i love my own company, that i prefer to make my own decisions for everything and how crap it is having to share a bed! Never again for me lol. Love having the bed to myself and love being my own boss!
5 Likes #8
not to do it again
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you do less time for murder
1 Like #10
Another eligible bachelor bites the dust
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sam_of_london
Another eligible bachelor bites the dust

ineligible
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Sometimes its ok to lie when the other person deserves it?

Edited By: sowotsdis on Sep 03, 2016 00:13
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Happy Wife - Happy Life
banned 3 Likes #14
sowotsdis
Sometimes its ok to lie when the other person deserves it?

Not in marriage it isnt as far as I am concerned. Its supposed to be your best mate & soul partner. No room in there for deceit.
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What's the point?
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moneysavingkitten
What's the point?

That's the spirit! X)
6 Likes #17
Sorry Miles but I love being married! (But I am married to another woman, maybe us gays are on to something...)
The only downside is the double PMT, apart from that it's ace :)
6 Likes #18
Marriage is just a certificate needed by authorities to prove you love your spouse/partner

I had been happily in love and living together for over 15yrs but illness caused gestapo (I mean Social Services) to be involved long story short she said "The best way to cure this is to get f..... married" so we did but gestapo didn't like it.

Over 15 yrs - worked together for many years, lived together almost all that time, travelled the world together but it meant absolutely nothing to those with authority.

You don't need to get married but if you don't then get everything in a contract/solicitor otherwise if things go bad they go very bad

Edited By: philphil61 on Sep 03, 2016 00:54
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ye might get a poke every now and again but that's about it
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
moneysavingkitten
What's the point?
That's the spirit! X)

I was wrong anyway. It should have been a statement not a question.

There is no point :{
banned 2 Likes #21
moneysavingkitten
It should have been a statement not a question.
There is no point :{

Well there is bbc iplayer for you
5 Likes #22
I heard this on the radio today....
My husband only ever said sorry once....I'm sorry I married you!
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YouDontWantToKnow
moneysavingkitten
It should have been a statement not a question.
There is no point :{
Well there is bbc iplayer for you

No point to iplayer? I couldn't agree more :3 An interesting comparison, BBC to marriage.
2 Likes #24
I heard on the radio this song by Engelbert Humperdinck... Please release me, let me go, For I don't love you anymore To waste our lives ... :D
banned 1 Like #25
Watching yesterdays Gangland: Turf Wars right now.

Typical divorce behaviour

Not on iPlayer just recorded live & played back (£12 per month)

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Sep 03, 2016 01:38
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Patience, tolerance, sharing, loving, caring!
banned 3 Likes #27
mousey
Patience, tolerance, sharing, loving, caring!

Truth
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YouDontWantToKnow
mousey
Patience, tolerance, sharing, loving, caring!
Truth
Yep, forgot that one!
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When you meet your soulmate , cherish every minute . It's too short
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psychobitchfromhell
When you meet your soulmate , cherish every minute . It's too short

Great user name for this thread!X)
5 Likes #31
Marriage has taught me to........ dance around the kitchen, listening to radio 2, whilst husband is sleeping and snoring in bed as we speak!
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mousey
YouDontWantToKnow
mousey
Patience, tolerance, sharing, loving, caring!
Truth
Yep, forgot that one!

None of it means anything without it :)
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I don't know?. but I've been with my childhood sweetheart for 25 years oO

Wouldn't change anything for the world :)
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mxer450
I don't know?. but I've been with my childhood sweetheart for 25 years oO
Wouldn't change anything for the world :)
Just wonderful!
banned 2 Likes #35
mxer450
I don't know?. but I've been with my childhood sweetheart for 25 years oO
Wouldn't change anything for the world :)

In which case I would suggest you have it right & you should never change it for the World but I guess you know that already. Enjoy.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
psychobitchfromhell
When you meet your soulmate , cherish every minute . It's too short
Great user name for this thread!X)
And I'm such an ordinary person too
2 Likes #37
mxer450
I don't know?. but I've been with my childhood sweetheart for 25 years oO
Wouldn't change anything for the world :)

are they still alive or do u have them in a box?
1 Like #38
"Lot of people don't understand the value of their wives,
........
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........
........
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until a judge decides the
alimony amount !!
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"A married friend told me, he is working on
Aqua-thermal treatment of ceramics under constrained environment....
I was impressed...
On further probing, I learnt that he is washing dishes with hot water ... Under his wife's supervision...!!:{"
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Speaking as a widow and I'm sure philphil61 will agree with me , loneliness is horrible

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