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Old 06-13-2010, 05:42 PM   #46
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Is your marrige that sucky dude? I hear getting strap-on in the mix helps spice things up.
Actually no. She is my best friend so I'm actually happy. Some things could obviously be better but time will tell how yours turns out.

Honestly I don't think I've met a married person yet or rather someone who has been married long enough who has not agreed with me. Good luck to you.
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Old 06-13-2010, 05:54 PM   #47
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Congrads young man ! Great pictures , wishing you and the wife many , many more happy years .... cheers to health and wealth
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Old 06-13-2010, 07:26 PM   #48
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Now let me explain the 3 stages of sex after you get married:

First year you have sex all over the house all the time.

Second to maybe fith year it turns into bed room sex and like it says you only have sex in the bed room.

Fith year on it becomes hall sex. You pass each other in the hall and she says FU and you turn around and say no FU.

Congrats and I wish you two a life full of joy.
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Old 06-13-2010, 08:05 PM   #49
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Let me say this from someone who is 28 and has no kids yet... DO NOT RUSH IT. There's no set plan for when you're supposed to have kids, it just happens when you're ready. Right now my wife and I know that we have a lot we want to do before those little shits come around (). Every single one of my friends with kids sometimes get black-balled from events because they HAVE kids.
Agreed, hell I'm going on 38 with no kids. We're just enjoying life and doing what we want. She's 5 years younger than me so we've got time. Perhaps in the next couple of years.
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Now let me explain the 3 stages of sex after you get married:

First year you have sex all over the house all the time.


Second to maybe fith year it turns into bed room sex and like it says you only have sex in the bed room.

Fith year on it becomes hall sex. You pass each other in the hall and she says FU and you turn around and say no FU.


Congrats and I wish you two a life full of joy.
Yeah, I don't really get that. She and I have been having "relations" all over the house all the time for a little over 7 years. Maybe we're exceptions to the rule. Granted we're young and things could change, but I don't see why they have to.
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Old 06-13-2010, 08:57 PM   #51
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Now let me explain the 3 stages of sex after you get married:

First year you have sex all over the house all the time.

Second to maybe fith year it turns into bed room sex and like it says you only have sex in the bed room.

Fith year on it becomes hall sex. You pass each other in the hall and she says FU and you turn around and say no FU.

Congrats and I wish you two a life full of joy.
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Old 06-13-2010, 10:10 PM   #52
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GM hanging in there man! Every marriage in this world is different but one thing is consent is it takes work kids or no kids. I have been married 3 years; has very day been paradise, hell no but there has been more great days then bad days.

Listen to the song Love like Crazy

YouTube - Lee Brice- Love Like Crazy

So you don't end up like this country song:

YouTube - Highway 20 Ride

Sometimes life is like a country song!=)

Marriage and family is awesome but it takes work, hard work. I can remember my son was on his third night of being sick and we were up with him all night every night he was 16 months old and he looked at me at 3am or some ungodly hour and just gave me a huge unsolicited hug; number one highlight of my life right there.

If you only got married to get laid, probably doomed to fail.
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Old 06-13-2010, 10:50 PM   #53
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GM hanging in there man! Every marriage in this world is different but one thing is consent is it takes work kids or no kids. I have been married 3 years; has very day been paradise, hell no but there has been more great days then bad days.

Listen to the song Love like Crazy

YouTube - Lee Brice- Love Like Crazy

So you don't end up like this country song:

YouTube - Highway 20 Ride

Sometimes life is like a country song!=)

Marriage and family is awesome but it takes work, hard work. I can remember my son was on his third night of being sick and we were up with him all night every night he was 16 months old and he looked at me at 3am or some ungodly hour and just gave me a huge unsolicited hug; number one highlight of my life right there.

If you only got married to get laid, probably doomed to fail.
That's pretty awesome stuff. I got married for many reasons. The top ones include: She's the best friend I've ever had, I love her more now than I ever have (known her for 8 years, together for 7), and I want to build a family with her, and we challenge each other and bring out the best in one another. We are a great team in many aspects. Kick ass "relations" doesn't hurt either. I know things change in life, but there is no doubt in my mind that I can happily spend the rest of my days with her.

All that said, I totally understand how much work relationships are. They're a living thing, and just like any living thing, they will die without care, attention, and nuturing. If marriage was so easy, everyone would do it, and do it successfully.

My eyes are wide open, trust me. She and I actually almost broke up about 3 years ago. We had just moved back up here from Gainesville, and we were both in very tough situations on the job front. We didn't have a very good living situation, money was really tight, and we weren't seeing each other much because of conflicting schedules. We were like two ships passing at night for the better part of 6 months. I felt us growing apart, and we had so much outside stress, when we were together we were fighting a lot. We nearly called it quits, but instead we rededicated ourselves to each other. It took some time, but things got better and better, and the flame was re-light so to speak. We both learned a lot from those tough times. We're better for it today, and it's definitely a positive to have persevered through that kind of adversity prior to a marriage. It was like training in a way I guess.

I like that song Love Like Crazy. Coincidentally, our first dance at our wedding was Crazy Love by Van Morrison.
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Old 06-13-2010, 11:18 PM   #54
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AH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Congrats, and welcome to the fraternity. Your life of bliss has ended...... welcome to hell. lol. Just a few things you need to know, which others will gladly confirm and help out with..........

Year 1- I'm sure your used to banging like rabbits and this will continue throughout your first yr. Enjoy it while you can.

Year 2- Decisions have to be made. You both need to decide when to have kids(if you can tolerate them to have them). Thats if you didn't get married cause she's already pregnant. lol. The earlier you have kids the earlier in life you can possibly retire and start cruisinig the world. The later you have kids the longer it seems somewhat of a life will ever return. In other words you don't want to be 60 or 70 when your free of kids and can't enjoy life cause you can't get around very well anymore.

Year 3- because either she or both of you are so busy taking care of kids your to tired for relations. All you want is to get the most sleep you can before you have to get up for work the next day. Basically.... relations starts to fade and you might see it once twice a week.

Year 4- God for bid little GMScud gets raised all alone, now your having your second child. The courtship is over. Both of you are too tired for movies, dance clubs, or staying up late to watch your favorite sport. A nice dinner is out also cause the kids love to cry during it so ordering take home is your new friend. Relations are now once a week. Somewhere during this time you will not have time to hang out with your single friends so your life has become exclusive unless you find other couples who have kids the same age to let them play while you hang out and talk. Once and a while you can watch each others kids so you can get a night out with out the kids once and a while.

Year 5- If you can survive this last yr for which most couples leave each other your doing well. You might even say "I'm not going to be the statistic". Relations might now be reserved to weekends only by now. You might not even be seeing it for 2 weeks at a time due to weekend commitments.

Year 6- Congrats. Your not a statistic. As the yrs pass and you both get older all the fun stuff like hanging from the ceiling fan is too much work. Now it's just get it over with as fast as you can. God forbid the kids catch you or hear you. It doesn't matter where you go.... they will find you. After the kids go to sleep and before you do is your new best friend.... quick and quiet.

Unfortunatly I even have a lady I work with who totally believes her and her husband are both content with out it. The simple answer.... they both are just too damn tired for that and all they want to do is simply come home from work and rest.

I know I know, it seems completely unreal. I must be making it up. It sounds horrid. Unfortunalty I'm not. Also it doesn't matter if you say...."this is not going to happen to us" cause eventually it does. Wait..... I stand corrected, you might be the 1% that it doesn't happen to.

I'm totally sorry if I burst your bubble. I take pride in handing out the reality and enjoying laughing at those who say they are getting married or have just gotten married. See you guys are the ones we long time married people get to laugh at and we all get to look up to those who have lasted 30yrs or more.

Again welcome to the fraternity.

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Old 06-14-2010, 11:17 AM   #55
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Wow. Sorry your life sucks.

I just started typing a long, drawn out, defensive response to this post, and then I just decided to delete it. Like Saden pointed out, she and I have been together 7 years. We know what we're doing. I don't need to justify anything else to you.
Yeah it does...his life that is.

I've been married 8 years, we have a kid...my life is thankfully nothing like his.

Perhaps his lack of "relations" is more of a personal issue than a problem with marriage in general.



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Old 06-14-2010, 02:07 PM   #56
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Damn, we might have to re-title this thread Sex In The Parking Lot...or something like that?!

Good advice floating around though. I like Matty's, happy wife happy life. I shared that with someone last night.
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Old 06-14-2010, 02:22 PM   #57
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Damn, we might have to re-title this thread Sex In The Parking Lot...or something like that?!

Good advice floating around though. I like Matty's, happy wife happy life. I shared that with someone last night.
Yea, I tried to make my wife happy last night but she said she was too tired, and had a headach.
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Old 06-14-2010, 02:32 PM   #58
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GM you need a BroncoGator to celebrate your wedding!

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Old 06-14-2010, 02:45 PM   #59
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Congrats Scud! So happy for you.

- Aruba was indeed awesome. I loved it, can't wait to go back.

- Sex with the same person over and over loses some of the excitement, no doubt. If you've been together seven years you probably experienced this in some form already. I'm your age, but from what I read as you age your hormones naturally change, so both of you will feel a decreased appetite at times in your life. But it's OK, it's not about quantity it's about quality. As long as it's good for both of you, you'll be enjoying life. Like anything else, you get back what you put into it (pun intended).

- The when to have kids matter is one that draws strongly varied opinions. I had my first at 27 so I guess I'd consider that on the young side these days. There's no right or wrong. If you have them real early then maybe you're not mature enough to be a parent, maybe not financially secure enough, maybe you just have things you want to do first. Maybe you're not done growing up yourself and aren't fit to give somebody else guidance yet.

Then again though, if you have them too late, you risk birth defects (women over 35 have a much higher chance of having babies with Down Syndrome or Autism). You also wonder if you'll have the energy to keep up with an 8 year old when you're 45. And you burden yourself financially with consecutive huge bills in your 50's and 60's. First feeding a growing teenager, then right into college, then right into your retirement. Leaves you little time/flexibility to travel the world, or whatever.

I personally think age 30 (for the woman) is the perfect balance of all of the above. But everyone's different, every situation is different, so there's no right or wrong.

TMC and Matty give the view of the married couple without kids, but let me tell you that as someone who has young ones, don't be scared of it. It seems like a big scary thing that will totally change your life. But if you and your wife accidentally get pregnant, it will end up being the happiest thing. Fun does not end, the definition of fun simply changes. If you and your wife love each other and know how to live a fun life together, kids won't change that. Promise.

Now that I have kids, I don't find myself looking forward to my 50s when I can travel the world with my wife, I look forward to taking them to the beach and watching their eyes light up when they see the ocean.

Life's a fun ride, it's all good, don't fear any of it. You're a well-adjusted guy, you'll be happy with anything life throws your way.
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Old 06-14-2010, 03:02 PM   #60
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Yea, I tried to make my wife happy last night but she said she was too tired, and had a headach.
First, you give me a headache and I'm not even married to you.
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