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Posted on Sun, Apr 10, 2005 02:39

What are you here for? Are you looking for:
- your one true soul mate,
- a roll in the hay,
- your best friend forever,
- an occasional date,
- tell death do you part,
- or just a body to use or abuse.



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Posted on Sun, Aug 11, 2013 10:24

It is simply everything or nothing. I want to have my soul mate whom I will build with him our beloved family. Thanks for the nice question.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 10, 2013 11:16

Quoting KatieGirlK2B:

What are you here for? Are you looking for:
- your one true soul mate,
- a roll in the hay,
- your best friend forever,
- an occasional date,
- tell death do you part,
- or just a body to use or abuse.

I'm looking for a relationship with woman and have own family.



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 19:12

Sheesh katie im shocked LMAO



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 15:37

Please excuse the swim suit pic. (My MALE friend took it - q'uelle suprise, he forgot my face!)
I'm trying to make a point in the "Mad as HELL" thread, but this photo shows up EVERYWHERE. I'll remove it soon.

With much humility,
Katiegrl



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 06:43

Katiegrl,
I didn't even get to have a honeymoon when I got married. But, it is funny you should say you went camping. My friend got married the next year and they decided that they would go camping and asked my ex and I to go with them. They knew we didn't go on a honeymoon. So we spent their honeymoon with them lol.
I have decided that if I am lucky enough to get married again. Forget the big wedding(already had that) and spend the money on a honeymoon. I did feel cheated lol.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 17:22

SRM, I have to disagree with you and side with the girls here.
I don't think at all it's because men are not that bright that they string a woman long for several years, conveniently living with her thereby having all the advantages of a marriage but not the "disadvantages" (or so that's how they see it) and that they need to be told that it's time to get married. I think it's because it suits them to do it that way and they will continue as long as the woman accepts that situation. Now granted, many time it's not because the man doesn't love his woman enough to marry her, it's also a bit of laziness on his part (oh god we have to plan a wedding sort of thing) but many times it's just "why buy the cow when you get the milk for free" (is that how it goes??)

Katie: that was an odd one indeed!! lol



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 22:38

I agree Sharp,
My Ex never proposed to me but he did ask, one day when we were walking past a jewellery store ... "So, like, are we gonna get married or something? We could go in there and look at some of that stuff."

I didn't have a real wedding either because my parents weren't happy with my choice and told me they could only afford XXXX amount for my wedding and that didn't include a wedding gown.

Then, my ex needed to pay his student loan and gave all our honeymoon money toward his loan and we could only afford to go camping for our honeymoon.

Do I feel cheated?

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 22:08


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Sharp,

I heard what you are saying. Do you know how many women I have met that have been dating the same guy for 8 - 15 years?

This happened to my best fried as well. He was dating his girl for 8 years and she said the same thing. She said marry her or she is moving out of the relationship. They are still happily married with two children for the last 15 years. That has been 23 years total.

I think it is fine for a women to express her desires. You have to remember all males are not that bright.



SRM - I hear what you are saying too. And that's nice that you and other males may think it if fine for a women to express her desires. But what about how she may feel deep inside? Maybe intially it might not even phase her. But possibly after years of marriage, and listening to other couples talk about how "he proposed" to her it starts sinking in how deprived she was...what she missed out on. Maybe she wishes her man could have been brave enough, or have enough back bone in him to do the stereotypical male thing and "propose to her" ... a romantic concept! But instead, she was deprived. Grant it not all women will have regrets that they missed out, but I bet alot hide the fact that they wish they could have experienced the romantic proposal too.
So it's not about how you the guys feel, it's how we women feel about it. And like I said, when we are young we may feel it's okay, but over time that view can change.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 21:47

I dated a guy who only ever wanted to go to movies and/or dinner. He never took me anywhere else except his office Christmas party, he only talked about movies and didn't have much to say about anything else. He was an intelligent guy, but not highly motivated. He had been divorced three times and had a sort of jaded opinion of women, yet he kept asking me out.
Finally, one night, he drove me home after a movie and I gave him a big, long kiss. He looked at me like he was stoned ... actually, he may have been ... and said, "Wow. Some kiss!"
I sat there a minute. He did too, just looking at me, and I left and went into my house.
We dated a year! He never tried to move it to a new level. He was a bit out of shape, but men don't care about that! Finally, I caught a cold and the next time we went out for dinner, when he drove me home, I gave him a little kiss, he caught my cold, he was bed-ridden for two and a half weeks.... and then we just stopped seeing each other.
That was the most odd relationship.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 21:27

This thread is NOT about 1HotMama. I don't go on your personal "Attractive honest" thread and soil it's "quasi-perfection," so keep your repetitive, manic hysteria out of this thread.

(God-fearing indeed. You have good reason to fear Him.)



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 18:26

Hey Doggy...anyone that's read my profile or read the Religion forum knows I am atheist. So stop trying to make it look like this is new news. You can't handle the heat, so you are trying to recruit more to join your fight. Give it up man. You are a woman-basher, does your God look kindly on that??

Funny how all the evil stuff you are talking about started when you became a member.....kind of makes one think now doesn't it? I have been an upstanding member for about a year, how long have you been here? A month or so....about the same time all the problems started. Food for thought. The game is up Steve...people know about you now and are emailing Andy and I to support us.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 16:50

Sharp,

I heard what you are saying. Do you know how many women I have met that have been dating the same guy for 8 - 15 years?

This happened to my best fried as well. He was dating his girl for 8 years and she said the same thing. She said marry her or she is moving out of the relationship. They are still happily married with two children for the last 15 years. That has been 23 years total.

I think it is fine for a women to express her desires. You have to remember all males are not that bright.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 16:46


katiegrl write:
Gee, Mel .... I heard... you're an alligator in bed!



Can you post this on my testimonial section?



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 16:14

Ok Alligator Man...I am not meeting you at La Costa now!! I need my arms to golf.... ;-)



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 14:43

Gee, Mel .... I heard you were divorced because you're an alligator in bed!

That must be a challenge, jumping out of bed before you latch onto an arm and go into the "death roll!"

In the immortal words of The Crocodile Hunter, "Crikey!"

  


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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 05:22

Maybe that's why I'm divorced.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 26, 2005 11:17

Sharp1: I totally agree with you. He should figure that out all by himself.



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 23:31


ScrippsRanchMel write:
But Katie,

My X had a different philosophy. We lived together for a year. But she did warn me if we were not engaged by the end of the year then she was going to move out. She told me the realtionship would not end. I remember her saying "Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?"

Mmmm. Free Milk.



I'm old fashioned in that way. A women should NEVER have to tell that to her guy! That is basically telling him he must propose and putting the words into his mouth. A man should have the guts to propose himself. A woman should NEVER have to give him a strong hint. I think every woman deserves to be properly proposed to, and for a guy to 'never get around to it', and has it has to be brought up to him, deprives her of that pleasure that I think deep down majority of us women dream of!
Now that may not include all women...notice I didn't say 'all'. :-)



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 13:10

You are funny WW......



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