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If he wasn't gay, Thomas would make the perfect DILF.

...I'll take "Things Mrs. Thomas Also Says" for 100, Alex.
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Comment: Excuse me?? Oh no they didn't! (...The Universe better be glad I have a sense of humour...)
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should have played DEBT.

oh, NVM, missed those letter values. hurrr.
Edited by Thomas - 5/25/12 at 8:03am
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"SOS!!! Im in need of a nice dress for a wedding! any suggestions where to get one of anyone have one i can barrow =]♥"

The wedding is her wedding. It is in two weeks. She's 20-21 and lives in a trailer.
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Originally Posted by HelloIDistance View Post

"SOS!!! Im in need of a nice dress for a wedding! any suggestions where to get one of anyone have one i can barrow =]♥"
The wedding is her wedding. It is in two weeks. She's 20-21 and lives in a trailer.

wtf....
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Originally Posted by HelloIDistance View Post

"SOS!!! Im in need of a nice dress for a wedding! any suggestions where to get one of anyone have one i can barrow =]♥"
The wedding is her wedding. It is in two weeks. She's 20-21 and lives in a trailer.

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

wtf....

HMMM, which is worse: the get-hitched-quick deal or yet another Bridezilla who bangs on for years about her Perfect Day.

FWIW, a long-time friend eloped to Vegas back in '96 or so: she found someone, knew he was the one and they booked the tickets a few months later. They're still married, three kids, and she's still damn attractive.
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FWIW, a long-time friend eloped to Vegas back in '96 or so: she found someone, knew he was the one and they booked the tickets a few months later. They're still married, three kids, and she's still damn attractive.

Creeping. You're doing it right.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Creeping. You're doing it right.

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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

HMMM, which is worse: the get-hitched-quick deal or yet another Bridezilla who bangs on for years about her Perfect Day.
FWIW, a long-time friend eloped to Vegas back in '96 or so: she found someone, knew he was the one and they booked the tickets a few months later. They're still married, three kids, and she's still damn attractive.

Getting married quick. From a psychological perspective couples tend to last longer if they have dated for at least a year and a half (or was it two years) before getting married. I am sure you already knew this, so I do not expect a OMG wow.gifeek.gif lol. Girls talking constantly about their wedding day is their choice, not something I see myself doing, but I would be happy if the girl I marry chooses to be rational and doesn't expect to spend a ridiculous amount of money for one event.
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is that true? i'd like to see some evidence please
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Getting married quick. From a psychological perspective couples tend to last longer if they have dated for at least a year and a half (or was it two years) before getting married. I am sure you already knew this, so I do not expect a OMG wow.gifeek.gif lol. Girls talking constantly about their wedding day is their choice, not something I see myself doing, but I would be happy if the girl I marry chooses to be rational and doesn't expect to spend a ridiculous amount of money for one event.

Since when were women rational?
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Indesertum,

I'll look for it in my textbook and post my findings.

Texastyle,

Some of my older friends wives seem to be pretty rational. Married guys any input? Las, Thomas, stitch?
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Some of my older friends wives seem to be pretty rational. Married guys any input? Las, Thomas, stitch?

It's situational. Generally rational in outward-facing situations, but otherwise...nope.
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Since when were women rational?

see: my gf. nod[1].gifnod[1].gifsatisfied.gif
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Do dumb bathing suits count?
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