Getting married at 40

Getting married at 40

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Happy bunny

United States

#1 Jan 14, 2013
I'm so happy ! I'm marrying the man I've been waiting for all my life.
Great Carnac

United States

#2 Jan 14, 2013
Let me guess... A guy who doesn't drink, watch tv all day, has a degree and still runs a side business and ADDS to your life instead of treating you like a hood ornament on The Utican Special Low Low Lowlife Rider?

Good. Good luck and best wishes!
Remember

Utica, NY

#3 Jan 15, 2013
......the main cause of divorce is.....marriage. Talk is cheap ....until you say 'I do '.
Mike

Utica, NY

#4 Jan 15, 2013
Stay single.

I got married in my late 30's. I thought I met the girl I always wanted -- early 30's, attractive, slender, well-groomed, well-dressed, well-educated, well-employed, upper-middle class background. A few years and one child later, she had an affair with the guy she worked for. They were doing it everywhere -- the office, parking lot, his and our home. They made a fool out of me, and I was devastated.

I have since had a girlfriend who was a teacher, arrested for D.W.I. twice, and didn't pay me back the thousands of dollars I loaned her for fines and attorneys fees. And another girlfriend who was a nurse (another well-educated and well-employed) who was hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt from vacations, nice cars, clothes, etc.

Marriage is too risky. Stay single and don't trust anyone.
Happy bunny

Florence, MA

#5 Jan 15, 2013
Mike wrote:
Stay single.
I got married in my late 30's. I thought I met the girl I always wanted -- early 30's, attractive, slender, well-groomed, well-dressed, well-educated, well-employed, upper-middle class background. A few years and one child later, she had an affair with the guy she worked for. They were doing it everywhere -- the office, parking lot, his and our home. They made a fool out of me, and I was devastated.
I have since had a girlfriend who was a teacher, arrested for D.W.I. twice, and didn't pay me back the thousands of dollars I loaned her for fines and attorneys fees. And another girlfriend who was a nurse (another well-educated and well-employed) who was hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt from vacations, nice cars, clothes, etc.
Marriage is too risky. Stay single and don't trust anyone.
ouch!!
Patti

Utica, NY

#6 Jan 15, 2013
Everyone is perfect, until you marry him.
johnnymear

Dover, DE

#7 Jan 15, 2013
Patti, that would be better said until you marry HER!!!!

Since: Nov 12

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#8 Jan 15, 2013
Marriage is a defunct concept that has no value in modern society.
RadarBelow

Sherburne, NY

#10 Jan 15, 2013
Mike wrote:
Stay single.
I got married in my late 30's. I thought I met the girl I always wanted -- early 30's, attractive, slender, well-groomed, well-dressed, well-educated, well-employed, upper-middle class background. A few years and one child later, she had an affair with the guy she worked for. They were doing it everywhere -- the office, parking lot, his and our home. They made a fool out of me, and I was devastated.
I have since had a girlfriend who was a teacher, arrested for D.W.I. twice, and didn't pay me back the thousands of dollars I loaned her for fines and attorneys fees. And another girlfriend who was a nurse (another well-educated and well-employed) who was hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt from vacations, nice cars, clothes, etc.
Marriage is too risky. Stay single and don't trust anyone.
Single is not it for you Mike! STOP DATING THESE WINNERS!!You don't have to be married to be "TAKEN TO THE CLEANERS"!!
Hardy Har Har

Syracuse, NY

#11 Jan 15, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
Marriage is a defunct concept that has no value in modern society.
Go buy a gun and put yourself out of your misery =D
Phaedra

Utica, NY

#12 Jan 15, 2013
A little common sense would prevent most divorces---it would also prevent most marriages!
Happy bunny

Londonderry, NH

#13 Jun 3, 2013
Still happy at 41 now .
Bruce Says

Utica, NY

#14 Jun 4, 2013
Marriage is like a deck of cards. In the beginning, all u need is 2 hearts & a diamond (don't forget the pre-nup). By the end (and that WILL come), you wish you had a club & a spade!
so true

Whitesboro, NY

#15 Jun 4, 2013
Mike wrote:
Stay single.

I got married in my late 30's. I thought I met the girl I always wanted -- early 30's, attractive, slender, well-groomed, well-dressed, well-educated, well-employed, upper-middle class background. A few years and one child later, she had an affair with the guy she worked for. They were doing it everywhere -- the office, parking lot, his and our home. They made a fool out of me, and I was devastated.

I have since had a girlfriend who was a teacher, arrested for D.W.I. twice, and didn't pay me back the thousands of dollars I loaned her for fines and attorneys fees. And another girlfriend who was a nurse (another well-educated and well-employed) who was hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt from vacations, nice cars, clothes, etc.

Marriage is too risky. Stay single and don't trust anyone.
Marriage isn't the problem. It's entering into a contract with the government that's the real issue.

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