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Yes I want to get married one day. I don't know if and when that day will come but it is certianly in my plans.
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At 2/27/13 12:49 PM, abbiegale wrote: Really really not. "Together forever" is very rare anyway, but if you're serious about it why would you need a little ritual and a piece of paper to ensure it?
Because laws are bitch.
No. I don't think that putting a ring on a girl and signing paperwork is gonna make her stay with me. I'd rather just spend time with her and live with her. All this paperwork is just a bind and a legal tie in my mind.
If me and my partner settle down for a few years then it would be nice to. Not something I would force, but would be pleased to have.
At 2/27/13 01:24 PM, Cherry wrote: Marriage is meaningless
it's not! you're brought together with your heart's desire in holy matrimony before the eyes of god . . . plus tax deductions
At 2/27/13 07:32 AM, Auz wrote: Nope. Neither me or my girlfriend cares much about marriage to be honest.
It seems like one of those things that couples are "supposed" to do after they've been together for a long time, but in essence it doesn't really mean anything and you can get the benefits from marriage in other ways as well. We might like giving the party, but we don't need to get married to throw a party so heh.
It's not that I'm against marriage though. If marrying makes people happy then by all means they should get married. I just don't see the appeal.
This is kind of true, I never saw much point in marriage either. But there is some comfort in being a 'traditional' family, following in the footsteps of generations that have come before. Sure, our relationship is no different now than it was before, but we're both happy being married and committed to each other officially and with the support of our families.
I like marriage now. I like what it stands for and the tradition behind it. In modern society it has lost a lot of its meaning, but if we have children I want to be married and a 'proper' family for them.
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Yes, but not until I'm at least 30. I'll also have to live with them for at least a year before I make the decision.
If I end up in a great long term relationship before then I might commit, but I don't want to rush it. Last thing I want to do is spend the rest of my life with the wrong person.
At 2/27/13 01:32 PM, abbiegale wrote:At 2/27/13 12:54 PM, Elitistinen wrote: Because laws are bitch.I don't intend to have kids either, or live off my late partner, if that's what you mean.So what do you mean exactly?
I mean I dislike the law on marriage. You have to have marriage paper and ritual because you have kids or long time sex with the partner. It treats you like some kind of product and contract.
I would like to, but I don't really see it happening.
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Yeah, I want to get engaged this year, it's one of my goals. I think I will propose around fall or something, shortly before winter. As long as I have a job that is. I'm not looking at too fancy of rings, I think we both have agreed on keeping it pretty cheap for engagement, and going all out with the dollaz once the actually marriage comes around.
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I'd be happy just to find someone who wants to spend the rest of their lives with me and vice versa. Marriage is just the cake topper.
At 2/27/13 01:27 PM, supergandhi64 wrote: it's not! you're brought together with your heart's desire in holy matrimony before the eyes of god . . . plus tax deductions
You being a gimmick is being so fucking obvious now. You remind me of GodIsWatchingYou.
Well this will depend on someone's life and his/her lover's life. But for me, not anytime soon when I grow up to mid-30s.