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chetmanly

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Date Signed Up:12/16/2013
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#10 - Guess I'll just leave it, or delete the content then. 10/26/2014 on Pulling the plug 0
#6 - I mean... if you can do it in healthy doses, it's fine. I'm up…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/26/2014 on Pulling the plug +1
#7 - bggast (10/26/2014) [-]
I guess you're right man, if you really think this is a problem for you then you have the right to decide how to solve it and if you think this is your solution then so be it.

Still sad though that you have to let go of something you enjoy for your own good, godspeed to you.
#4 - Anything videogame related are going out to my brother and friends.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/26/2014 on Pulling the plug +4
#22 - edgeworthy (10/27/2014) [-]
See you tomorrow.
Jk. I wish you luck, but I hope you will develop sometime the strength needed to overcome things like these. Also, codecademy.com , if you need something to start.
#74 - I grew up in that environment and I'm fine. Anyways, …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... 0
User avatar #75 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, likewise. Thanks for the conversation
#71 - The whole point of marriage is knowing that no matter what, yo…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... 0
User avatar #73 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Okey, but why do you need a legally binding institution for that? If you trust that other person, you can achieve this without marriage.

Just look at the divorce rates. Many people make this decision to hastily and regret it later.

I don't want to say that every marriage is bad and people who get married are stupid or anything. I just want to point out that marriage, as an institution, is kinda harmful to many people. I've seen some marriages and in most cases, it didn't work out. So it either ended up with divorce, or with carrying on with life among a hated person. Worst case scenario= broken families had kids, and that's a really, really nasty and uncomfortable situation for children. And I wouldn't wish anyone to grow up in such a toxic environment with parents detesting each other
User avatar #74 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
I grew up in that environment and I'm fine.

Anyways, I'm done talking about this, deleting my account soon, so this won't even matter.

Good luck to you and yours.
User avatar #75 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, likewise. Thanks for the conversation
#72 - bestfoxgirl has deleted their comment.
#68 - How does it restrict your freedom?  [+] (6 new replies) 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... 0
User avatar #70 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, you can't leave that person, you can't be with someone else, alimony issue, and then there's divorce. I don't say happens every time, but there's a chance.
User avatar #71 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
The whole point of marriage is knowing that no matter what, you'll be with that person, to better yourself and to help them do the same.

You're accepting these terms and understanding that this is what it takes to have a successful marriage.
User avatar #73 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Okey, but why do you need a legally binding institution for that? If you trust that other person, you can achieve this without marriage.

Just look at the divorce rates. Many people make this decision to hastily and regret it later.

I don't want to say that every marriage is bad and people who get married are stupid or anything. I just want to point out that marriage, as an institution, is kinda harmful to many people. I've seen some marriages and in most cases, it didn't work out. So it either ended up with divorce, or with carrying on with life among a hated person. Worst case scenario= broken families had kids, and that's a really, really nasty and uncomfortable situation for children. And I wouldn't wish anyone to grow up in such a toxic environment with parents detesting each other
User avatar #74 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
I grew up in that environment and I'm fine.

Anyways, I'm done talking about this, deleting my account soon, so this won't even matter.

Good luck to you and yours.
User avatar #75 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, likewise. Thanks for the conversation
#72 - bestfoxgirl has deleted their comment.
#67 - I come from a broken home. My parents split when I was 7 or 8 … 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... +1
#53 - ...and we're going back to the "you're 15" comment. … 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... 0
#51 - "I hate that ****** **** " geared towar…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... +4
User avatar #52 - shovelsandskulls (10/26/2014) [-]
My opinion. Be mad if you want. You're free to do it.
User avatar #53 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
...and we're going back to the "you're 15" comment.

What a dumb-ass.
#49 - "I love you very much so I want to bind you to me legally…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/26/2014 on Shes gonna be on her back... +1
User avatar #65 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
I never said you did, try to read with comprehension next time. I just said it's completely possible to love another person without getting married, therefore it's just restricting your freedom.
User avatar #68 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
How does it restrict your freedom?
User avatar #70 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, you can't leave that person, you can't be with someone else, alimony issue, and then there's divorce. I don't say happens every time, but there's a chance.
User avatar #71 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
The whole point of marriage is knowing that no matter what, you'll be with that person, to better yourself and to help them do the same.

You're accepting these terms and understanding that this is what it takes to have a successful marriage.
User avatar #73 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Okey, but why do you need a legally binding institution for that? If you trust that other person, you can achieve this without marriage.

Just look at the divorce rates. Many people make this decision to hastily and regret it later.

I don't want to say that every marriage is bad and people who get married are stupid or anything. I just want to point out that marriage, as an institution, is kinda harmful to many people. I've seen some marriages and in most cases, it didn't work out. So it either ended up with divorce, or with carrying on with life among a hated person. Worst case scenario= broken families had kids, and that's a really, really nasty and uncomfortable situation for children. And I wouldn't wish anyone to grow up in such a toxic environment with parents detesting each other
User avatar #74 - chetmanly (10/26/2014) [-]
I grew up in that environment and I'm fine.

Anyways, I'm done talking about this, deleting my account soon, so this won't even matter.

Good luck to you and yours.
User avatar #75 - bestfoxgirl (10/26/2014) [-]
Well, likewise. Thanks for the conversation
#72 - bestfoxgirl has deleted their comment.
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