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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #90 on: January 14, 2014, 03:13:38 PM »
Oh and there are bonuses? I guess I can get onboard with that kind of a game.

And I was referencing a feminazi study about men who do household chores have more sex.

Frankly its woman's work, men got other things to do.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #91 on: January 14, 2014, 03:14:50 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #92 on: January 14, 2014, 03:19:30 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.
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Sheeeeeeeesh.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #93 on: January 14, 2014, 03:21:11 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.

LOL!!

That should pretty much bring this thread to a screeching halt. 
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #94 on: January 14, 2014, 03:24:05 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.

That explains why people from the future don't use Twitter or Facebook.  It's better to be under the radar on OC.net.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #95 on: January 14, 2014, 03:25:44 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

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Sorry the honesty flowing forth from my keyboard isn't to your standard, but I was being honest about good aspects of my marriage. If you want me to tell you all about our fights and struggles and weak spots, you're out of luck. I don't tell those even to family or friends, so I'm certainly not going to spill it for internet strangers.  ;)
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #96 on: January 14, 2014, 03:27:02 PM »
Frankly its woman's work, men got other things to do.

Of course. Because nothing says True Manly ManTM like depending on one's wife for socks and long johns. :D
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #97 on: January 14, 2014, 03:29:27 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #98 on: January 14, 2014, 03:38:03 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.
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Sheeeeeeeesh.
LOL, FWIW I like you, but I skip about a third of your posts. I'm sure it was in there somewhere.

When I see your posts, even though my eyes read "Shiny" my mind reads "Achronos." That's actually how I started the post,  but I realized my mistake and decided to go the other way.

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #99 on: January 14, 2014, 03:42:38 PM »
Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #100 on: January 14, 2014, 03:43:56 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #101 on: January 14, 2014, 03:44:30 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.

Marry a 65 year old.  She'll be able to cook and bake and sew and she has a pension.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #102 on: January 14, 2014, 03:48:23 PM »
Marry a 65 year old.  She'll be able to cook and bake and sew and she has a pension.

 :D :D :D
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #103 on: January 14, 2014, 03:53:24 PM »
Marry a 65 year old.  She'll be able to cook and bake and sew and she has a pension.

 :D :D :D

Laugh all you want, but when he gets a birthday card with five bucks, he'll thank me.

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #104 on: January 14, 2014, 03:55:17 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.

There ya go with the "sluts" thing again.  Must you??  REALLY?!?  WHY?!?!? 
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #105 on: January 14, 2014, 03:58:03 PM »
There ya go with the "sluts" thing again.  Must you??  REALLY?!?  WHY?!?!? 

I was thinking the same thing.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #106 on: January 14, 2014, 04:01:29 PM »
Marry a 65 year old.  She'll be able to cook and bake and sew and she has a pension.

 :D :D :D

It would be funnier if I hadn't thought about it before.  Perhaps not as a wife, but I would definitely adopt an old widow who's natural children had abandoned her or something, supposing I had the g-money for any dependents.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #107 on: January 14, 2014, 04:02:54 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #108 on: January 14, 2014, 04:03:58 PM »
Marry a 65 year old.  She'll be able to cook and bake and sew and she has a pension.

 :D :D :D

It would be funnier if I hadn't thought about it before.  Perhaps not as a wife, but I would definitely adopt an old widow who's natural children had abandoned her or something, supposing I had the g-money for any dependents.

You don't even have to do that.  Just be kind and visit often.  Help her with yard work.  She may just put you in her will.  At the very least make you a nice lunch after mowing the lawn and pruning trees.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #109 on: January 14, 2014, 04:04:52 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.

There are legions of chumps out there plenty happy to be validated by the attraction of a good looking (if aged a bit) female.

Seriously chumps, find a young ugly chick who cleans and wants kids.  You'll make her day (year, life) and you might get something out of it.  You'll reap the rewards of superficiality to the tune of 50% divorce rape.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #110 on: January 14, 2014, 04:29:32 PM »
I apologize for being so blunt (and late in joining this thread). If one asks the OP's question, one should not get married. Ever.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #111 on: January 14, 2014, 04:37:55 PM »
I apologize for being so blunt (and late in joining this thread). If one asks the OP's question, one should not get married. Ever.
Please explain Carl.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #112 on: January 14, 2014, 09:12:59 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.

Yet again, you disgust me, Achronos.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #113 on: January 14, 2014, 10:02:51 PM »
^ I agree. This is unseemly for a forum on Christ's Church.

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #114 on: January 14, 2014, 10:05:13 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.
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Sheeeeeeeesh.
LOL, FWIW I like you, but I skip about a third of your posts. I'm sure it was in there somewhere.

When I see your posts, even though my eyes read "Shiny" my mind reads "Achronos." That's actually how I started the post,  but I realized my mistake and decided to go the other way.



Aren't Shiny and Achronos the same?
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #115 on: January 14, 2014, 10:06:20 PM »
But dude when someone is saying things have changed to where cleaning out the grime from a bathtub gets you sexually aroused...you just gotta think what he ain't doing in the marriage.

All I'm saying.

a) I get to ogle his rump as he goes about his business.
b) It's one less job for me to do, hence more energy saved to be frisky.

All I'm saying. :angel:
Are you saying the husband doing the laundry gets more sex. ;)

And what energy? There are different positions for women just to lie back you know...
This has been my experience.  ;)

Lucky.  Never been mine.  Chicks under 30 just seem like they don't do any housework, and don't care if it doesn't get done.  No bonus points for a man who does it because it needs doing, she'll just expend energy on messing it all up again rather than rewarding the fruits of my labour.
See that is why sluts around that age dont have any real life skills. They dont know how to cook nor clean.

Ain't no man gonna make an honest or real woman out of her.

There ya go with the "sluts" thing again.  Must you??  REALLY?!?  WHY?!?!? 

He does it so that he'll never have to worry about getting married.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #116 on: January 14, 2014, 10:13:37 PM »
Why do I get the feeling that Aposophet here really, desperately wants to settle down with a nice girl and raise a couple of Corgis they take along with them when they go antiquing on the weekend, and is trying to talk himself out of it?

Also, I have an alternate theory that he's JamesR from the future.
You should know that I am fond of teacup yorkies. Come on Agabus, if you are gonna remember all my usernames get my biography right.


Sheeeeeeeesh.
LOL, FWIW I like you, but I skip about a third of your posts. I'm sure it was in there somewhere.

When I see your posts, even though my eyes read "Shiny" my mind reads "Achronos." That's actually how I started the post,  but I realized my mistake and decided to go the other way.



Aren't Shiny and Achronos the same?

Yes, they are. As is Aposphet. My earlier post was intentionally worded.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #117 on: January 14, 2014, 10:35:44 PM »
Aren't there rules about a single person having multiple accounts/usernames?

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #118 on: January 14, 2014, 10:39:07 PM »
That's great your husband can take out the trash or cleanup. But he should do more. To me, there needs to be a level of initimacy between both. I think this is also crucial that your children are aware of this to, otherwise they will have distorted views on what a marriage is.

Uh, like you have?

Sounds like someone has a presupposed concept of marriage and relationships.

I don't know if you are aware of this, but good research doesn't go backward just to back up your assumption.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #119 on: January 14, 2014, 11:01:16 PM »
*** WARNING AVERT YOUR EYES IF YOU HAVE DELICATE SENSIBILITIES ***

Sex and passion have an entirely new meaning when you have been married, with children for some time. Once you have a certain number of kids, the phrase "The kids are asleep" can be an invitation if you catch my drift ;) I knew a young man that wanted to have hours long sexual escapades three times a day. And many a newly married couple can do precisely that. But there is a difference between those early escapades, and the sex later in marriage. After having the same partner for quite some time, things just get better.


I have met a lot of women though that have absolutely no skills in making a home. I blame in part the push for women to cast aside the skills of their grandmothers and "accomplish" something. The husbands will do much of the care of the home, the cooking, and work a full time job as well. I don't think that is right/fair to the husband.

My husband doesn't have a ton of time. He works full time, and he helps when he can. I stayed up until 7 AM with our 7 month old last night. When I woke to the dishes being clean, I was happy beyond belief. He knew that it would be hard to manage the 7 month old, make dinner from scratch, and everything else given how tired I was. Doing the dishes was the most loving thing he could have done. It meant far more to me than a bouquet of flowers on the counter. If I was incapable of keeping our home, we wouldn't have 6 children. But there are certainly times when I need help.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #120 on: January 14, 2014, 11:55:15 PM »
^ I agree. This is unseemly for a forum on Christ's Church.



Where is everyone's disdain when vamrat uses the same language and worse frankly? He is the one IIRC that first started writing slut here. Or I could be wrong. Let's see:

https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.orthodoxchristianity.net%2Fforum%2F+slut

Maybe Isa or Kerdy beat him to it. No idea why google loves to index the mobile version of this site.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #121 on: January 14, 2014, 11:57:20 PM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.
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« Reply #122 on: January 14, 2014, 11:58:46 PM »
A lot of WIN though thanks to hecma925 and agabus. I am dying laughing. Future JamesR! Brilliant.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #123 on: January 14, 2014, 11:59:35 PM »
^ I agree. This is unseemly for a forum on Christ's Church.



Where is everyone's disdain when vamrat uses the same language and worse frankly? He is the one IIRC that first started writing slut here. Or I could be wrong. Let's see:

https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.orthodoxchristianity.net%2Fforum%2F+slut

Maybe Isa or Kerdy beat him to it. No idea why google loves to index the mobile version of this site.

Some of us have been reporting such posts. What happens as a result is then out of our hands.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #124 on: January 15, 2014, 12:08:54 AM »
^ I agree. This is unseemly for a forum on Christ's Church.



Where is everyone's disdain when vamrat uses the same language and worse frankly? He is the one IIRC that first started writing slut here. Or I could be wrong. Let's see:

https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.orthodoxchristianity.net%2Fforum%2F+slut

Maybe Isa or Kerdy beat him to it. No idea why google loves to index the mobile version of this site.

Some of us have been reporting such posts. What happens as a result is then out of our hands.

And if people can't see that whoever or whatever Achronos is today isn't satirizing that fact should read a little more closely.

Isa says worse about his own wife. vamrat, *, and company turned the relationship thread in a pit of misogyny. But hey posting hyperbole about the way many men, and women it seems, think around here is disgusting.

Really, this is one of the harshest places I've seen towards women and I've seen some pretty far out stuff on the internet. At least the other places don't dress up their hateful and resentful language in the language of religion and relationship pragmatics.

Really, this thread is nothing compared to the guy who used to post here who bragged about his foreign acquired bride and benefits of "having" one versus a Western woman. He would also go on about "beta" males.

Oh, one last thing, I would say that at least three posters in good faith in this thread revealed some concerning problems in their marriages. They should note those problems, which they think are strengths, and thank whoever started the thread for getting that stuff out into the air.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #125 on: January 15, 2014, 12:09:32 AM »
Really,
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #126 on: January 15, 2014, 12:14:37 AM »
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Isa says worse about his own wife.

Isa has been divorced for years now.  :police:
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #127 on: January 15, 2014, 12:26:50 AM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #128 on: January 15, 2014, 12:30:38 AM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.

Did someone die recently and make you an arbiter of conduct on this forum before their untimely demise?

Should this post of yours be seen as condoning the language and behavior on this thread which have been found objectionable by some who have voiced their objection? I might add that there are likely others who also feel things have gone too far.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #129 on: January 15, 2014, 12:34:11 AM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.

Did someone die recently and make you an arbiter of conduct on this forum before their untimely demise?

Should this post of yours be seen as condoning the language and behavior on this thread which have been found objectionable by some who have voiced their objection? I might add that there are likely others who also feel things have gone too far.

No, it should not be seen that way.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #130 on: January 15, 2014, 12:40:46 AM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.

Did someone die recently and make you an arbiter of conduct on this forum before their untimely demise?

Should this post of yours be seen as condoning the language and behavior on this thread which have been found objectionable by some who have voiced their objection? I might add that there are likely others who also feel things have gone too far.

No, it should not be seen that way.

Then what were you trying to say?
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #131 on: January 15, 2014, 12:51:25 AM »
I'm probably sociopathic, but none of this romanticized misery about bathtubs and suffering together really appeases me at all. Quite frankly, I don't see what is so joyous about a "loving relationship" or whatever it is that so many people desire. My ideal life would be being a single man forever with no kids or family, only coming out of my solitude every once in a while to satisfy my carnal desires. I don't care about the emotion or "intimacy" or "love" stuff that people talk about.

People around me often can't imagine living life alone, whereas I can't imagine living life a social creature with a family and all that other stuff. My solitude in a way almost makes me feel godlike--like I'm the master of my own destiny or something. My only desire for human interaction would be to satisfy my carnal desires; otherwise, I think I'd enjoy solitude very much.

This will be interesting to bring up at therapy.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #132 on: January 15, 2014, 12:53:29 AM »
Just looked at this thread. It is rather unseemly. It would be great if certain users didn't broadcast their weird sexual proclivities every fourth post. Thanks.

Did someone die recently and make you an arbiter of conduct on this forum before their untimely demise?

Should this post of yours be seen as condoning the language and behavior on this thread which have been found objectionable by some who have voiced their objection? I might add that there are likely others who also feel things have gone too far.

No, it should not be seen that way.

Then what were you trying to say?

I think It's pretty self-evident.
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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #133 on: January 15, 2014, 05:25:50 AM »
Aren't there rules about a single person having multiple accounts/usernames?

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Re: Can I even trust the experience of people only married once?
« Reply #134 on: January 15, 2014, 05:32:06 AM »
I'm probably sociopathic, but none of this romanticized misery about bathtubs and suffering together really appeases me at all. Quite frankly, I don't see what is so joyous about a "loving relationship" or whatever it is that so many people desire. My ideal life would be being a single man forever with no kids or family, only coming out of my solitude every once in a while to satisfy my carnal desires. I don't care about the emotion or "intimacy" or "love" stuff that people talk about.

People around me often can't imagine living life alone, whereas I can't imagine living life a social creature with a family and all that other stuff. My solitude in a way almost makes me feel godlike--like I'm the master of my own destiny or something. My only desire for human interaction would be to satisfy my carnal desires; otherwise, I think I'd enjoy solitude very much.

This will be interesting to bring up at therapy.

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