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post #166 of 286
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On a side note, how does one introduce a prenuptial into a marriage? My family requires it, though more importantly it's something I myself agree with.
Post-coitus
post #167 of 286
It wasn't difficult. We both wanted it. We maintain completely separate finances. We each have our own accounts ... but do maintain one joint banking account ... the sole purpose of which is the transfer of funds from one to the other.
post #168 of 286
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On a side note, how does one introduce a prenuptial into a marriage? My family requires it, though more importantly it's something I myself agree with.

If it's after marriage it's no longer a prenup, you'd just make a standard contract with the spouse (in my state at least). If the marriage hasn't happened yet just make sure to do it well before the actual ceremony and preferably if she has a lawyer there with her... midnight prenups whipped out on the wedding eve are often voided by courts
post #169 of 286
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Originally Posted by Svenn View Post
If it's after marriage it's no longer a prenup, you'd just make a standard contract with the spouse (in my state at least). If the marriage hasn't happened yet just make sure to do it well before the actual ceremony and preferably if she has a lawyer there with her... midnight prenups whipped out on the wedding eve are often voided by courts
The best are worked out between lawyers ... with the full agreement of the parties involved.
post #170 of 286
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I never stalked anyone ... although Iammatt once referred to me as an Internet Stalker. Of course it was page 4 or 5 before I found the thread. Obviously I'm not on the ball enough.
I haven't either, I'm real big on complete cut offs when the relationships over. I have heard about how new bf is really weirded out by "her ex that works at a luxury fashion boutique, hypnotizes people and does sleight of hand magic and has homemade tattoos and lives in the ghetto"
post #171 of 286
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I know 100% she is telling me nothing but the truth. End of story.

No and no. I'm just totally in love with her.

Heh, heh. Son, this is going to be one of those "learning experiences." Nothing wrong with that but this won't end like you think it will.

But hey you've just got to roll with it. I hope you're having a lot of sex (and with an older more experienced broad to boot!), that alone is worth the price of admission at 19.

I would not over think the whole violence thing, maybe you will get your ass kicked or at least get in a good dust up. Consider it part of growing up and a cool story to tell someday.
post #172 of 286
I feel sad for OP. This is pathetic, like someone beating a panda to death with a tire iron.
post #173 of 286
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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post
You sound like a codependent teenager who wants the thrill of saving a girl who's "really worth it" and "been through some hard times". Do whatever you want and maybe some day you'll grow up.

This.
post #174 of 286
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
I feel sad for OP. This is pathetic, like someone beating a panda to death with a tire iron.

It's not that bad.
post #175 of 286
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I feel sad for OP. This is pathetic, like someone beating a panda to death with a tire iron.
The OP will be a bit heartbroken ... but unlike the panda ... he will survive.
post #176 of 286
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Originally Posted by Magician View Post
Me neither. Though I think this means I am the crazy ex.

One guy thought I was a crazy ex (I have no idea why!). But instead of getting all scared and planning TRO's like OP here, he took the offensive, and I had to consider TRO's! He scared the crap out of me!

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I would not over think the whole violence thing, maybe you will get your ass kicked or at least get in a good dust up. Consider it part of growing up and a cool story to tell someday.

I agree. I think that reporting this to the cops is pretty lame. The guy's a big talker and made a comment to impress upon his GF how mad he is. Don't be a loser and go crying that he said something mean about you stealing his girl. What did you expect"” a thank you note? Suck it up and learn a martial art (or this ) (as already suggested). And your attitude ("Oh, I get straight A's." ... "I work all week." ... "My parents approve!" ... "I'm completely and totally in love and predict that I'll spend the rest of my life with her!" ... "Let me call to the cops!" ... "But it isn't legal to carry a gun.") kinda pisses me off.
post #177 of 286
Only read the first post but...what kind of idiot would date a stoner for 5 years and be that broke into her mid 20s?
post #178 of 286
c'mon guys. you're all talking shit. who cares if this happened to other people in the past and it ended in ruins? who cares about your experiences and wisdom? what op and his girl has is special, its different.
post #179 of 286
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
I feel sad for OP. This is pathetic, like someone beating a panda to death with a tire iron.

pandas actually fight back. don't know about op.
post #180 of 286
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
It's probably not related, but maybe if you have a thing for taken girls then it happens more often.
If they're taken, how would it be a crazy ex-bf?
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