Love, Lust and Marriage

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Love, Lust and Marriage

Postby little-bit » 27 Dec 04, 3:36 pm

Love, Lust and Marriage

Love: When you take a bubble bath together
Lust: When you take a bath in Jell-o together
Marriage: When you give the kids a bath

Love: A romantic candle-light dinner for two
Lust: "Do I have to buy you dinner first?"
Marriage: 4 McDonald's Happy Meals . . . to go

Love: Giving your love some candy
Lust: Thinking you are the candy
Marriage: Scraping the kids' candy off of the carpet

Love: Sex every night
Lust: Sex 5 times a night
Marriage: What's sex?

Love: A night out at the symphony
Lust: A night out at the Holiday Inn
Marriage: A night out at Sesame Street On Ice

Love: French perfume
Lust: Brut aftershave
Marriage: "The baby needs changing. . ."

Love: Lending your jacket to your love when he/she is cold
Lust: "I can think of a way to stay warm . . ."
Marriage: Your teenaged daughter has borrowed all of your jackets

Love: Talking and cuddling
Lust: Rolling over and falling asleep
Marriage: Getting up to wash your hands . . .

Love: Finding the "Fell in Love on AOL" room
Lust: Finding the "Blonde Dominatrix" room
Marriage: Finding the "Married and Looking" room

Love: Long drives through the countryside
Lust: Long parking sessions at Lover's Lookout
Marriage: Long drives with the kids screaming in the backseat
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Postby Riding the Train » 27 Dec 04, 5:48 pm

But it gets better after the rug rats grow up, and move out. Then you can pick up the grandkids, feed them all sorts of sugary snacks, spoil them rotten, and drop them off for their parents to deal with, and drive away with a smile on your face. Revenge is sweet, so sugary sweet.
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Postby Khaizerex » 27 Dec 04, 7:52 pm

Not every couple define marriage by having kids though.
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Postby Riding the Train » 27 Dec 04, 9:39 pm

No but there is satisfaction in seeing your children understand what it was like to deal with a temper tantrum :cool:
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Postby Quercus » 14 Jan 05, 6:09 pm

Riding the Train wrote:But it gets better after the rug rats grow up, and move out. Then you can pick up the grandkids, feed them all sorts of sugary snacks, spoil them rotten, and drop them off for their parents to deal with, and drive away with a smile on your face. Revenge is sweet, so sugary sweet.



I am soooo looking forward to that day!
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Postby Stace » 19 Jan 05, 4:56 pm

i gotta have kids before i can show them how to deal with temper tantrums and the like lol
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Postby Khaizerex » 19 Jan 05, 7:35 pm

Same with me Stace.

Though I am not at a point where I can support and take care of a family.
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Postby Quercus » 25 Jan 05, 11:36 am

I was once told that if you wait until you can afford to have a family you'll never have one.
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Postby Stace » 25 Jan 05, 11:45 am

Khaizerex wrote:Same with me Stace.

Though I am not at a point where I can support and take care of a family.


I gotta find someone who can put up with me long enough to have kids with me :lol:

and at the moment uni comes first anyway :)
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Postby Drew » 25 Jan 05, 11:49 am

In what are you majoring ?
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Postby Khaizerex » 26 Jan 05, 3:34 pm

Stace wrote:and at the moment uni comes first anyway :)


I still haven't heard back from any of the schools I've applied to...
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Postby Sting » 28 Jan 05, 9:49 pm

Quercus wrote:I was once told that if you wait until you can afford to have a family you'll never have one.



Then I wish I would have waited until I could have afford one.
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Postby Stace » 29 Jan 05, 1:07 pm

Drew wrote:In what are you majoring ?


I study Interactive Multimedia :cool:

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Postby KRYSTAL » 21 Mar 05, 4:26 am

In my relationship, I have love and lust, and within the next year soon to be marriage and I know for sure it won't be anything like that, that's all stereotype.
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Postby argylesox » 21 Mar 05, 10:05 am

KRYSTAL, KRYSTAL, KRYSTAL (shaking head)..... all of us married people have said exactly the same thing..... just wait.... your eyes will be opened and you will become enlightened....
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Postby argylesox » 21 Mar 05, 10:07 am

KRYSTAL - in one of your other posts you mentioned that you seek perfection.... if that is the case, i strongly suggest you reconsider the marriage idea before you find (and you will find) that life with another human being is NEVER perfect...
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Postby Quercus » 21 Mar 05, 7:51 pm

Yeah, but it sure beats the heck out of life without that other human being. :roll:
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Postby Blondie » 21 Mar 05, 7:58 pm

once you're married you can :whip: whip him in to shape :roll:
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Postby argylesox » 22 Mar 05, 9:04 am

Q - yes, but if you're expecting perfection you'll be sadly disappointed.

Blondie - there you go talking dirty again :kissass::whip: :love:
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Postby telboy » 13 Apr 05, 5:06 am

Yep Blondies right - if you can meet up young enough you can mold each other to the right shape ... I was a moldee once and now I am perfect :D
If its not on, include me out !!!
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Postby Sting » 13 Apr 05, 6:04 am

argylesox wrote:Q - yes, but if you're expecting perfection you'll be sadly disappointed.


Q demands perfection and she gets it. :razz:
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Postby the_bitch » 13 Apr 05, 1:03 pm

Why do some married ppl stop having sex?
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Postby argylesox » 13 Apr 05, 1:04 pm

i wish i knew...... ask my wife.
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Postby Sting » 13 Apr 05, 2:46 pm

the_bitch wrote:Why do some married ppl stop having sex?


What's the point of being married if you can't have sex. ;)
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