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Posted 2/24/10

maijayson wrote:

this is my personal opinion on marriage so dont hate.

ppl these days do they really get marry because they are in love?

or do they do it for the money, the power or fame basically out of selfishness?

so many use love as the excuse to get marry but honestly i dont see a need to get marry

if you and you lover are seriously committed do you have to prove it to others

i hate it when ppl say 'when are you getting marry?'

what makes a marriage so special.

just because they are married it doesnt mean they are more in love than me.

in love you dont need a piece of paper to make your love authentic

love is not a contract.

i dont believe in marriage but i dont deem ppl for getting married

marriage to me is an excuse to do things that seems "inappropriate"

so what do you think about marriage



Interesting.Most interesting...

The power or fame?So you're telling me when your parents got married they were "the main kids on the block"?Yeah very kickass...

Then don't get married and stop filling crunchyroll with crap like this.

Only if you suffer from a mental condition.

They say that?Well you should answer them with something like this: "Learn your fucking grammar dickhead and leave me alone."
Magical,don't you agree?

Now I'm a man but don't women want an expensive ring?

I'm thinking that you have a problem with your parents or with someone else who's important in your life and you can't tell them that you don't want to get married so you just post it here.How uncanny...

Read the statement above again.

Yeah,again.

Good for you!

Read the statement above again.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

I hope that helps!
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Marriage is a Gamble. There is no 100% guarantee that it will work out. If lucky, the marriage is made in heaven. If unlucky, it will be hell. Marriage doesn't even make you complete as a person. Marriage is legalized prostitution!
Posted 2/24/10 , edited 2/24/10
Arranged marriages tend to have less divorces compared to marriages bound by love... That's one fact there. Love withers, especially with an empty stomach.
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Kippu wrote:


The annoyed complainers about marriage are always the most eager ones to get married at the end. Remember that, kid.



With that said....


*Asks maijayson out on a date. Seriously.*

Posted 2/24/10

Kippu wrote:

Wtf. You're only 19 and people are nagging you to get married? That's bullshit. However I'm completely missing your point. You're against marriage just because a lot of people are nagging you? O_o
Give me a break. There's nothing wrong with marriage, marriage is just a promise between two people. It's not about the papers either. The papers are just there as proof of the promise. You know, girls like you are always the ones to complain about it. But down 4 to 7 years from now I bet you anything you'll be dying to hop into a wedding dress and walk down that lane

The annoyed complainers about marriage are always the most eager ones to get married at the end. Remember that, kid.





not me personally. ppl aren't nagging me to get marry. i'm just saying things in general. what i have to say is just my opinion im not saying in reference to me. & like i said i dont deem ppl who wants to marry or who are marry. marriage itself is special and it should be. but just the fact that some marriages dont last and some ppl make it seem like getting marry is what a couple should do when they are in love. so many ppl have done & it's like it's expected if a couple were together for a long time.

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Posted 2/24/10
I will never get married.
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What's LOVE got to do with it?

Nothing wrong with being in love, being a couple, co-existing, co-habituating, and all that goes with that. But marriage is a legal contract , a license to be officially recognized as a husband and wife and all the fine print therein. Marriage in a religious ceremony makes it a union before a deity or deities, Holy Matrimony.

I would think that those who ask about marriage have only that persons best interest at heart. If you don't think the person you are with is worth marrying, then you absolutely should not even think about it.

Marriage is Grand, Divorce $75Grand.
Posted 2/24/10
well obviously you took the time to actually click on the forum and read what i had to say & write a comment. it's just a topic. i never knew so many ppl would be heated.
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Marriage isn't much different from living together. My husband and I lived together for a few months before we got married, and after being Married almost 4 years it's still basically the same. The major differences are the way we files our taxes and the sense of security. When you live together you can never be 100% sure that the other person isn't going to change their mind and just pick up and leave you (or kick you out, depending on whos place it is, lol) When your married, you know that if the person is going to change their mind it's going to be much harder for them to break it off and your more likely to get your fair share of everything, not be left in the cold. You also feel more obligated to work things out when you have problems than when your not married and you can just break up.

With that being said though, marriage is not something you can just take lightly and get married because you think you are in "love" with someone and think you want to hold onto them forever. Love really is blind, and often times we only see the good in people we are infatuated with and not the flaws that would normally send us running. I do love my husband, but the initial attraction DOES wear off after a while (especially 2 kids and 50 lbs later, lol) I am so glad I lived with him before we got married. It gave us a chance to see each other's annoying flaws and decide if we could put up with them on a 24/7 basis before we got married and had kids. I have friends who met and fell "in love" then got married after a couple years of dating but didn't live together until after the wedding. Now they are constantly arguing and are either talking divorce or already divorced, because they can't stand living with each other. I really feel like they would have spared themselves a lot of trouble and expenses if they had just lived together for a few months first.
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of course, anybody with a brain knows that
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Despite what some may say, i'm a firm advocate of living together for a few years before getting married.

Think about it, back when our grandparents and their grandparents were kicking about, religion was law in communities, and given how almost all religions don't smile on divorce, there was a LOT of extra incentive to make the marriages work.

Now? Not so much, and tbh that's the main thing i'd attribute the soaring divorce rates to.
So, if you live together with your partner for a year or three first, of course you can never be 100% sure, but you can have a damn sight better idea if you're compatible or not than if you don't.

My two pence.
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Posted 2/24/10
O___o

I hope she didn't nuke because of this thread. She could have just PMed me to lock it o__o
Anyway, o.p has nuked. If anyone would like to recreate this thread, they're more than welcome to.

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