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Old 28-01-2011, 18:02   #151
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YEP,THINK ON THIS....I had been a stay at home dad for 2 yrs.,waiting on my SSDI to start.I received my Award letter in the mail.When she got home from work I told her it had come in the mail,and the amount of my back pay.As soon as I told her,she said,"That's great because I want a D I V O R C E."
After it was all said and done she got 23k,the kids 11k,and I was left with $3200.00....... ........so much for the boat dream huh?
my best advice is,move on ,don't dwell on the negative ,you are obviously a good guy(yr on this forum) ,wives sorted my problem purely by me putting out posative vibes...... small victories etc etc
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I moved on,that was 7 yrs. ago.She did too,the guy she left me for took all her money, What goes around comes around.
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Old 28-01-2011, 18:09   #153
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Maybe after you are left with a few pennies to buy a basic boat try sailing to Malaysia or Thailand? Just make sure you check the "tackle" and avoid the hot headed ones who are just as happy to sever yours.
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Old 28-01-2011, 18:27   #154
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joey69 feel your pain,all i can say is may be read"the secret" works for some,
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Old 28-01-2011, 22:49   #155
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yea, joey, wtg.. you bringin down the this thread... it was funny, now i wanna cry!!!!

anyways, cant beleieve there is two pages of comments on this page in just one day... I wanna reply to a couple but wont/cant..

anyways, i too have been disallusioned to the LEGAL document/contract aspect of marriage and would lke to say I will never get MARRIED again, but, I wont rule it out if and when i find a partner and she really REALLY wants it, I would be wiling to do anything for her, at least i hope i would... but other then that, i would hope she would be similarly motivated in pleasing me and or similar to me in our beliefs of the 'institution' of marriage

It's bad enough that you dont even need to be married to get legal status, but whatever it is .. it is...
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Old 28-01-2011, 23:13   #156
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Old 28-01-2011, 23:21   #157
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I ONLY WANT THE FREE MILK NOW !!! DO LIKE THE VIKINGS DID,TAKE WHAT U CAN WHEN U CAN !!! OLD VIKING SAYING....... "He who marries in too great haste ends up as a half-slave at his place."
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Old 29-01-2011, 00:54   #158
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I could share some awful tales of my own life and love gone bad. But I won't, because I refuse to dwell there. I've pulled up anchor from those places. I have realized how my own mistakes led me to them, and foolishly repeated them before having learned the lessons. Then finally experiencing a moment of reckoning. I took responsibility for my choices, I have only myself to blame for my choices. I've put them to rest, forgave myself first, and then others, and I made the choice to move forward. There are just as many, if not more, fond memories to dwell upon

Would I trade my history? I'm tempted to say that yes I'd rather had been wiser sooner. But without that history I'd be very vanilla and not quite the person I've become. I love the person I've become.

I say to each their own and live and let be. We all have our own choices to make and should know what's in our own best interest and in the best interest of the ones we love and care for.

Take life's hardships as you would a passing storm and then turn your face toward the sun once it's past. Because resentment, bitterness, distrust and lack of faith is very unattractive on any ones soul. It's not a recipe for a happy and successful life either.

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I moved on,that was 7 yrs. ago.She did too,the guy she left me for took all her money, What goes around comes around.
HELLOOOOOO!!!!! READ THE PART WHERE I SAID, "I MOVED ON" GOOD LORD.

DO YA'LL UNDERSTAND THIS .... ENOUGH SAID.
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i think some are dwelling on that issue that you brought it up again... i gues it is safe to say that most dont cre, and or that this isnt the best 'thread' to bring it up again..

yes, it is an arbitrary position to take, and frankly I wouldnt have responded, as i have already done so in the other trhead... but maybe some didnt see that thread or they did, I dont know.. but obvioulsy it is probably best to drop that issue for a bit until a more direct discussion is held..???

so no worries bud, let it go...
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So anyway.... back to the younger model thing we had going on in this thread....

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1 - We're better looking
2 - We have more stamina
3 - We're more fun (I guess at least till your next batch of kids come along.....)
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#2 could be a problem.
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So anyway.... back to the younger model thing we had going on in this thread....

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1 - We're better looking
2 - We have more stamina
3 - We're more fun (I guess at least till your next batch of kids come along.....)
Oh Saucy,

What a traitor to you sex! LOL. Now if you had said some of us are better looking, some of us have more stamina and some of us are more fun, I could agree. But come on - people are individuals. I'm way fun, and no risk of more kids!!

1 - they're higher maintenance
2 - they're more demanding
3 - your have to pay for your fun, one way or another

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I don't mind paying for fun.
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Old 29-01-2011, 12:33   #165
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High and proud, hard belly, their eyes as they experience new things, but if you keep them, you have to listen to them.
Younger women are like a properly cooked meal. You eat your fill and throw the bones away!
When you need a friend, an older woman is the correct choice, always!
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