Would you remarry ?

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  • Yes, I need to have a Partner in life

    24 32.88%
  • No, I want to do what I want, when I want and sleep around

    42 57.53%
  • Become celibate

    5 6.85%
  • Being Gay is an Option

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    After 45 years of marriage, I know when to keep my mouth shut.
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    Now thats funny

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    Been married 3 years. We're splitting up. Never again. I didn't want to get married in the first place. I should have listened to myself. I hope divorce doesn't rip my son apart like it did when my parents divorced.
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    Does "hell" go with "no"?

    I'm too independent and I don't like being bossed around.

    I know too many unhappy married people. They settle for less and sell themselves short and end up being miserable in the end.

    Life is too short to spend it being miserable.

    The thought of commitment makes we want to run like a rabbit.
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    When asked this question by y wife, I replied, I'll be dead, what ever you choose won't bother me a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti View Post
    Does "hell" go with "no"?

    I'm too independent and I don't like being bossed around.

    I know too many unhappy married people. They settle for less and sell themselves short and end up being miserable in the end.

    Life is too short to spend it being miserable.

    The thought of commitment makes we want to run like a rabbit.
    Commitment reminds me to much of imprisonment..........

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    Yeah, post up a poll with a loaded question on a forum where husbands and wives (who also pack guns) read each others' posts......

    Smart. Real Smart.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pure Kustom View Post
    Commitment reminds me to much of imprisonment..........
    Commitment reminds me of being "committed" to an insane asylum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti View Post
    Commitment reminds me of being "committed" to an insane asylum.
    maybe that's why they say marriage is a fine institution!!!!

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    It's been 38 years this year. Hopefully by the time either one of us needs to worry about it, we won't care anymore!

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    I've been happily seperated for 3 wonderful years. I don't have to talk when I don't want to. I don't have to share my feelings when I don't want to. I don't have to go to her family functions anymore. AND I don't have to have 2nds on the world's most aweful meatloaf just so I don't hurt her feelings. Life is good.
    I'm sure we'll get around to the divorce thing eventually but we just don't seem to be in a hurry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mi2az View Post

    WIFE: "Would she use my clubs?

    HUSBAND: "No, she's left-handed."


    WIFE: ----- silence ------

    HUSBAND: "Crap."
    Sort of reminds me of the time I called Cathy Barbara.

    There are advantages and disadvantages both ways. If I truly found my soul mate, maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edr9x23super View Post
    Yeah, post up a poll with a loaded question on a forum where husbands and wives (who also pack guns) read each others' posts......

    Smart. Real Smart.......

    You can vote, just don't post
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    Ummmmmm.....she's my 2nd. wife (first one up and wanted a divorce out of the blue after 14 years) and practically looking over my shoulder while I'm in here.

    We just got back a few hours ago from the Sheriff's shooting range taking her Concealed Carry class and she scored 30 out of 30 on a "man sized" target. And you want me to actually answer that question???

    I may look stupid, but that's as far as it goes......know what I'm saying?
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    That entirely depends on hold old we were when he passed away.

    If he died tomorrow, yes, eventually I would probably remarry (provided I found a man good enough for me and our son).

    If we were well into our 60s or 70s then probably not... no point.

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