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Originally Posted by Thomas
Mark has a point there about it being disrespectful, but your question about marrying the hottest lay you ever had brings to mind something that's comes up repeatedly through the years in talking about marriage: you're choosing someone for the rest of your life. Eventually you weed through your quota of Mrs. Right-Now's and short-term-good-time girls, and find yourself wanting to settle down, and your criteria might change a bit.

I'm with you. I would never marry on looks or sex alone. But one thing I have realized is that a lack of interesting sex makes me very unhappy. As someone who does not like to cheat, this means bad or just ok sex is something of a dealbreaker for me if I am committing for the rest of my life.
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203



Thanks G.

I realize that to all you guys who are married or in your 30s, and have loved and lost several people, it just seems like a tiny little speedbump in the road of life. But man, this shit hurts for the first time.
 

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson
Thanks G.

I realize that to all you guys who are married or in your 30s, and have loved and lost several people, it just seems like a tiny little speedbump in the road of life. But man, this shit hurts for the first time.


Sorry, bro. It'll make you stronger though. Plus, you still have us!!!
 

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson
I don't know if this girl is my current gf or if she is technically considered an ex.




K-dub.
 

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson
I realize that to all you guys who are married or in your 30s, and have loved and lost several people, it just seems like a tiny little speedbump in the road of life. But man, this shit hurts for the first time.
No it doesn't seem like that at all. It's always a big deal when it's something real, first or fifth time.
 

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Ex. My ex's out value the drunken hookups/random flings when taken on an average... Numbers are a bit skewed though. I've only had 4 ex's and only smashed three of them because one was a god fearing christian girl from a strict korean family. Dates always ended in rough handjobs that routinely failed to satisfy... ironically this was the most recent and it drove me to seriously consider cheating no less than 10 times.

MS scale (they are all asian, helps with the grade): 8, 8, 6 (maybe a 7 because she had huge boobs on a small frame) and the biblechick was a 6.

Hookup/fling wise, I've never had one that I wouldn't tell my friends, but a few that I wouldn't be proud to share. MS average: 5... quite a few were white and just generally unappealing beyond getting fucked up.
 

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Sometimes random, one-night stands with a hot girl can be better than sex in a long-term relationship. Emotional attachment doesn't guarantee physical chemistry, after all.
 

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Random chick. I've never had a really hot girlfriend. I've actually never had a serious girlfriend.
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
No it doesn't seem like that at all. It's always a big deal when it's something real, first or fifth time.
+1
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
No it doesn't seem like that at all. It's always a big deal when it's something real, first or fifth time.

True.
Very true.
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
No it doesn't seem like that at all. It's always a big deal when it's something real, first or fifth time.

Truth.
 

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Originally Posted by mafoofan
Sometimes random, one-night stands with a hot girl can be better than sex in a long-term relationship. Emotional attachment doesn't guarantee physical chemistry, after all.

but why would you be in a relationship with someone you don't have physical chemistry with?

in my experience, it's all just attraction. you can't seperate physical and emotional chemistry. when you have emotional chemistry with someone, it makes you more attracted to them.

this "she looks like wife material" thing is such bullshit. no point marrying someone you're not attracted to.
 

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Originally Posted by hendrix
but why would you be in a relationship with someone you don't have physical chemistry with? in my experience, it's all just attraction. you can't seperate physical and emotional chemistry. when you have emotional chemistry with someone, it makes you more attracted to them. this "she looks like wife material" thing is such bullshit. no point marrying someone you're not attracted to.
You're overthinking it. You don't always know if there's something better out there when you're dating someone. You might date a girl for some time, think your physical chemistry is great, only to discover that it wasn't really all that after having a one-night stand with someone else. However, I think you're generally right. Physical chemistry seems essential to a fully functional, happy relationship. I can legitimately say that my wife is the hottest girl I've been with--as cheesy as that might sound, it seems perfectly natural to me that such would be the case.
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
No it doesn't seem like that at all. It's always a big deal when it's something real, first or fifth time.

+1. Sorry Kyle. Sucks man.
 

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