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2013-03-03 04:00:57 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: tlchwi02: Uchiha_Cycliste: really?
Can you elaborate please? I'm really curious and interested.

technically its supposed to be the same as a woman taking a mans name, and on paper it should be as simple. the problem is that because its still very unusual it seems (anecdotally) like there are a lot more problems where government and banks and other institutions put you through the ringer. maybe its just because the anecdotes are currently popular to print and 99% of people don't have a problem, but my name isn't so terrible that I want to take the risk

that's really interesting.
It sounds like maybe things are partially automated for a woman that goes through this process, but not men? Hmm, if... *IF* gay marriage were to become legal across the nation I bet it would become significantly easier to do. But I don't think that will be happening soon =/
The way I think, both she and I would have a handful of stuff we have to do, but she has licenses and other medical stuff in addition. I can't help think that it would be a huger hassle for her, which makes me sad.



I believe in some states they allow the couple to create a new last name that both take
 
2013-03-03 04:03:15 PM

hutchkc: Uchiha_Cycliste: tlchwi02: Uchiha_Cycliste: really?
Can you elaborate please? I'm really curious and interested.

technically its supposed to be the same as a woman taking a mans name, and on paper it should be as simple. the problem is that because its still very unusual it seems (anecdotally) like there are a lot more problems where government and banks and other institutions put you through the ringer. maybe its just because the anecdotes are currently popular to print and 99% of people don't have a problem, but my name isn't so terrible that I want to take the risk

that's really interesting.
It sounds like maybe things are partially automated for a woman that goes through this process, but not men? Hmm, if... *IF* gay marriage were to become legal across the nation I bet it would become significantly easier to do. But I don't think that will be happening soon =/
The way I think, both she and I would have a handful of stuff we have to do, but she has licenses and other medical stuff in addition. I can't help think that it would be a huger hassle for her, which makes me sad.

I believe in some states they allow the couple to create a new last name that both take


I would think if any state was gonna do that, it would be mine (CA)
 
2013-03-03 04:03:56 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: 5monkeys: He may be a douche in the way he presents his point, but he does have one. I married a dud the first time around. By the end I really hated the guy. When I got divorced I promised myself I wouldn't stay in a relationship with someone who wasn't right for me. The big sign that I am not doing that now is that I really don't have anything to complain about. My fiancée is a wonderful fit for me. I wouldn't be marrying him if I thought he was a pain in the ass. If I spent most of my time talking badly about him the relationship would be over. He isn't perfect, and neither am I, but we are perfect for eachother. After 2 years of being together, and 17 years of knowing eachother we are still really happy. I spent many years complaining about someone who was wrong for me, and have watched a few friends do the same. Now I could go on and on about how great my so is. I don't though. Who the hell wants to sit and listen to that either?

Congrats! I wish you a long happy life and marriage and all that jazz. ♥


Thanks!
 
2013-03-03 04:09:57 PM

I May Be Crazy But...: 5monkeys: I could go on and on about how great my so is. I don't though. Who the hell wants to sit and listen to that either?

I'll make you a deal. You listen to me talk about how amazing my fiancee is, and I'll listen to you. I'll even nod at all the right times!

I think a lot of my friends are sick of it. Not that I plan to stop - when you've got a woman as great as her, it's hard not to brag.


Deal! I feel like a jerk saying anything when most of the people I know sound like they want to hire a hit man, or are forever alones. I just try to listen and be supportive.
 
2013-03-03 04:11:18 PM

thurstonxhowell: I think his use of the phrase "urinate-and-moan" really sums it up nicely. What kind of worthless prick needs that vulgar phrase so badly that they must use it, but can't bring themselves to use it honestly?


Worthless pricks who were raised by this:

download.lardlad.com

/HIS BLADDER'S FULL!  FULL OF URINE!
 
2013-03-03 04:15:24 PM

frankmigacz: He just got his first "Married Filing Jointly" tax refund. $5 that Wifey will be sick of his shiat first.


The article is satire for sure, but the big change that comes with checking a different box on your 1040 isn't.
 
2013-03-03 04:23:49 PM
Even when I was married to a person that drove me crazy and depressed me completely, I didn't talk shiat about her if I could avoid it.

And now that I'm with my best friend-- someone I've loved since 1988-- I would never speak ill of her to others. On the contrary, I want to BRAG about how awesome she is! And we are most certainly not in our honeymoon phase, either. We just know how to communicate with each other, and we have a lot of love and passion for one another, too.

But then, I'm not one of those repressed homosexual, knuckle-dragging types who needs to hang out in a locker room with other half-naked guys and do the whole "guy talk" thing. I think a lot of these guys say misogynistic shiat about their wives because they think it makes them a bro.

If you treat your spouse like an adversary, she'll become one.

I also find it sad that a lot of you guys are saying the guy who WON'T insult his wife is the one who is being cheated on. Actually, it's the other way around. The ones who DO insult their wives end up losing them to a guy who isn't a complete ass, who treats her like she deserves (i.e. not talking shiat about her behind her back), and who actually listens and communicates with her.

And it works both ways, ladies. Talk shiat about your man, and I guarantee he'll get wind of it and eventually decide to be with someone else. And he's right to do so. Just as you would be if he insults you when around his buddies.

If you don't appreciate your spouse, then why be with them? If they aren't the one person who stands by your side and communicates honestly, without penalty, then what the hell are you married for, anyway?

Communicate, have frequent sex, compromise when there's a dispute, and never walk away angry.
 
2013-03-03 04:24:57 PM

WorkingInParadise: Although I am still married to the woman I married, the woman I am married to is not the woman I married...


That is why I soon will no longer be married. You summed it up quite nicely, sir.
 
2013-03-03 04:25:34 PM

p51d007: Who says you have to be married to be "happy"?


Co-dependent people.
 
2013-03-03 04:26:01 PM
I am twice divorced. I had no intention of divorcing either when I married them. I was with one about 11 years, the other about 13 years.

It happens. Guy is so damn naive it is almost cute.
 
2013-03-03 04:31:42 PM
Look, guys. You don't talk bad about your wife to other guys.

You do it on a CBS sitcom.
 
2013-03-03 04:35:29 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Great Janitor: I have a great marriage.  It's been a long one.  We recently celebrated our third anniversary.  I had to find a clever way to ask my parents what day I got married because I honestly couldn't remember.  I've only told my wife once that I love her.  She tells me quite often.  I respond with "I know" and "As well you should."  I do have a nickname for her.  Sometime's it's 'Kitchen biatch'.  She's short, so my other nickname for her is 'Person McNugget'.  Now I will admit, that second one is a rather new one.

I have improved her life and made her a better person.  She used to watch sports.  I have pointed out what a waste of time that was and shown her 'Star Trek'.  Now she knows all the Star Trek captains and the difference between a Galaxy Class starship and a Miranda class starship.  She has improved so much that she missed the superbowl this year.  As the person who's been improving her life, I felt proud of this.

It's really a great marriage, one to be envied...

Keep reaching for the spentMiles "achievement unlocked" you've got some work to do but you'll get there.


Janitor put some effort into it but it lacked a little something. I'll offer a 6/10 because I can feel the potential. I was hoping for a line about how her cooking has improved since he threw dinner in the trash until she learned to do better.
/I love Spentmiles.
//happy Uchica is deliriously in love!
 
2013-03-03 04:35:36 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: NewportBarGuy: A man-child who says he needs a woman to be a better man.

There are some cases where this is true.
For instance the deal I have going with my girlfriend. Though we've only been dating since July, we've been best friends forever. And for at least the last ten years we have had a deal worked out where if she tells me to do something I do it, and if she tells me not to do something I don't. No arguing, no discussion.
When she says you need to go to the hospital right now, I skedaddle to the closest hospital. When she says, no! you can't climb on that! I don't. I seem to lack that little voice that says 'hey, maybe that's not a good idea' so she provides it for me =D

\been best friends for almost 25 years (since we were 6)
\\been pretty deeply in love for at least a couple of years before we started dating. ♥


Congrats on finding the perfect dom

I keed...
 
2013-03-03 04:40:08 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: hutchkc: Uchiha_Cycliste: tlchwi02: Uchiha_Cycliste: really?
Can you elaborate please? I'm really curious and interested.

technically its supposed to be the same as a woman taking a mans name, and on paper it should be as simple. the problem is that because its still very unusual it seems (anecdotally) like there are a lot more problems where government and banks and other institutions put you through the ringer. maybe its just because the anecdotes are currently popular to print and 99% of people don't have a problem, but my name isn't so terrible that I want to take the risk

that's really interesting.
It sounds like maybe things are partially automated for a woman that goes through this process, but not men? Hmm, if... *IF* gay marriage were to become legal across the nation I bet it would become significantly easier to do. But I don't think that will be happening soon =/
The way I think, both she and I would have a handful of stuff we have to do, but she has licenses and other medical stuff in addition. I can't help think that it would be a huger hassle for her, which makes me sad.

I believe in some states they allow the couple to create a new last name that both take

I would think if any state was gonna do that, it would be mine (CA)


CA allowed Elton John's spouse to be listed as mother on the birth certificates of both sons. That's a bit over the top of a name change.
 
2013-03-03 04:41:30 PM

5monkeys: I May Be Crazy But...: 5monkeys: I could go on and on about how great my so is. I don't though. Who the hell wants to sit and listen to that either?

I'll make you a deal. You listen to me talk about how amazing my fiancee is, and I'll listen to you. I'll even nod at all the right times!

I think a lot of my friends are sick of it. Not that I plan to stop - when you've got a woman as great as her, it's hard not to brag.

Deal! I feel like a jerk saying anything when most of the people I know sound like they want to hire a hit man, or are forever alones. I just try to listen and be supportive.


I recently stopped myself about a second away from bragging to a friend who just went through a messy breakup. Could have been terrible.

Then, on Valentines Day, I complained to a single (and not happy about it) friend that I wasn't going to get to see my fiancee until late in the evening. His expression was a terrifying mixture of jealousy and sadness. I felt like a real ass.
 
2013-03-03 04:42:38 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: spentshells: Fat Mike is also a douche
And show pony but that's a good tune about a dirty white boy that can't admit he's part of the problem

So she was right? Or at least more right than I was?
Can you elaborate a little please so that I can understand better? thanks a ton.

\I plan to pass along everything I learn to her.


Would but my kids are running wild
 
2013-03-03 04:44:46 PM

NewportBarGuy: thurstonxhowell: I think his use of the phrase "urinate-and-moan" really sums it up nicely. What kind of worthless prick needs that vulgar phrase so badly that they must use it, but can't bring themselves to use it honestly?

[i47.tinypic.com image 465x523]

"I'm a raving douchebag!"


That pic set my gadar off. I'm seeing sparklies and rainbows swirling all around him.
 
2013-03-03 04:46:13 PM
Go on, guys.  Get married.  Your life will be sooo much happier.

www.swaggermagazine.com
 
2013-03-03 04:58:13 PM

lack of warmth: tlchwi02: Uchiha_Cycliste: really?
Can you elaborate please? I'm really curious and interested.

oh and I don't want my poor GF to have my name. her name starts with "ch" and my last name also does. it would sound weird.

Like Chris Christie?  It worked for him.


I was thinking "Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch" like Jason Voorhees is sneaking up on you.
 
2013-03-03 04:59:36 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Zelron: Uchiha_Cycliste: NewportBarGuy: A man-child who says he needs a woman to be a better man.

There are some cases where this is true.
For instance the deal I have going with my girlfriend. Though we've only been dating since July, we've been best friends forever. And for at least the last ten years we have had a deal worked out where if she tells me to do something I do it, and if she tells me not to do something I don't. No arguing, no discussion.
When she says you need to go to the hospital right now, I skedaddle to the closest hospital. When she says, no! you can't climb on that! I don't. I seem to lack that little voice that says 'hey, maybe that's not a good idea' so she provides it for me =D

\been best friends for almost 25 years (since we were 6)
\\been pretty deeply in love for at least a couple of years before we started dating. ♥

In other words, you say "Yes dear."  There's only two ways a wife is perfect.  Either you're submissive and do everything she says.  Or she's submissive and does everything you say.  Any other way you disagree and no one's perfect.

We do disagree sometimes, but it usually results in us both learning something and coming at something from different POVs that we share. Never on important things though. With the deal we have worked out, often I'll call or text her and ask if I can do this or that, or I'll let her know if something not good is happening and ask her advice. Other times I can just ask myself, if she were here... would she let me do this? And that's kept me pretty safe (ie not severely injured and alive =D)
We have some debate about this, but we suspect because of the way we grew up, and the influence we've had on each other's tastes over time has resulted in us pretty much feeling the same about most things. Everything important at least. Likewise because of how we've pulled each other through bad times there's no one that knows each of us better than us in the whole world =D. She knows what I'm thinking and vice versa, almost like mind reading.

Interestingly, most of our disagreements occur over subjects involving race. For instance (and this happened yesterday morning, before we drove me to the airport). We were discussing the NoFx song "Don't call me white" I interpret it as don't make assumptions based on race, she thinks they are avoiding and disregarding white privilege. But pretty much there are no situations where submission is required, we are always on the same wavelength. If we differ, we argue on the merits of the situation. An engineer and a doctor are an awesome couple.


Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?
 
2013-03-03 05:00:43 PM

notatrollorami: Your assumption that your coworkers (and presumably by extension your neighbors, acquaintances, and UPS guy) will not care is regrettably false.  That's what I failed to anticipate.  Because the decision you're considering is atypical it will become your defining attribute.  There's the one armed guy, the cat lady, the midget, the guy with the mullet.  You will be the "guy who took his wifes name".  And the inevitable underpinnings of the conversation that will occur thousands of times as soon as you walk away will be about whether this indicates you are perhaps a nice and considerate husband or a shrinking violet whose wife wears the pants or if you were actively working to end your family name.  Which, BTW, will be the real reason your dad will be upset whether he can effectively communicate it or not.  It will be something he either tries to hide or ignore or the subject of shame and speculation among his peer group.  It's just the nature of going against the grain.

I'm not trying to convince you to change your mind.  At all.  I'm just saying you owe it to yourself and your soon to be wife to really think/talk through the reality of the situation rather than blithely dismissing the repercussions of such a decision.  And if you do take her name be especially wary of gradually developing over-machismo attributes to counteract the inevitable perception of emasculation you will encounter.

Best of luck though man.  Marriage (propertly fed and watered) can make your life better and more meaningful than anything you can possible experience as an individual.


First off, and this is both I think fitting and ironic. Besides licensing and what have you, part of the reason my GF doesn't want to take my name is that it's a reflection of the (still) heavily patriarchal society we have and she doesn't want to be a party to all of that and all of it's assumptions and rules. Personally I can get behind that 100%   and in fact all this extra hassle that it sounds like I'll go through is just another reminder of that state of things. I'm totally okay going the extra mile here to buck that trend and not be a party to it myself.

Next, I would say that I know a lot of my co-workers pretty well and I am pretty darned sure that a decision like this wouldn't be a big bother to them. Partially I think it helps that they are all hardware engineers and we all think a certain way and partially I already have a pretty strong label at work as a hard core cyclist. I ride in every day, I help every one with their bikes. I have a bike stand and wheel truing stand and a tool kit at work. When anyone has any questions, or thoughts about bikes everyone in my building (and the next over) know to come to me. Next, cycling aside, I carry a label of being disabled (hearing loss) and am known for having hearing aids and not always hearing very well. I firmly believe that these labels will stick more strongly than a label whose origin is in my name change. I think I can see how other workplaces and other environments that wouldn't be true, but I really think that doesn't apply as much to my people.  Along those lines, I'm used to having the same conversation a thousand times because of my hearing, and honestly I'd be happier talking about my wife than my ears. =D

As long as one of my two other male cousins get married and have kids my line won't die out. And while I personally don't care much, I should hope that would be enough for my dad.  Although Mom and I don't think that's why he would be upset. We think he'll take it as a personal insult, which is ridiculous, childish and self absorbed. My decision in what I'm doing with my name has nothing to do with him, he doesn't factor into these decisions in any way and I hope I will be able to get him to see that.

I know that my gf would likely be just as happy were we to simply keep our names, but it's important to be (again cuz symbolism) for us to have the same last name as a sign that we have started a new family unit together. =3

You really have given me a lot to think about, and I reckon these things you have said will apply, from a lot of people. I just don't think that my closest and immediate co-workers will be one of those groups. And I know for damn sure it won't be an issue with my friends, who for the most part are already privy to my intentions.  I think it's really interesting to be exposed to all these possible views of what should really be considered a minor thing. A name is just an identifying label used for distinction. I'm still me, and my name doesn't really have anything to do with me, it's just the easiest way to distinguish me from everyone else.  I find it especially interesting and ironic that (apparently) my biggest hurdle will come from my financial institutions. I would have thought that they would actually care the least, not the most. My money doesn't have my signature written on it why on earth do they take such an interest in things as long as the money keeps flowing like always. Anyways thanks again for the heads up and the warning.
 
2013-03-03 05:02:48 PM

rumpelstiltskin: From his Wikipedia page: He was married in August 2012

Snicker.


i0.kym-cdn.com

Give it a decade tough guy.

/by then your back will be f'd up from those squats too if you aren't careful
//douche
 
2013-03-03 05:04:20 PM
Douche of an author aside, I do often wonder why men get married at all when the prevailing attitude seems to be that marriage is the worst mistake you'll ever make, and why you're apparently supposed to resent the person you married.  If she's such a stupid biatch, why did you marry her?  If you think she's a total idiot, can't stand being in the same room with her, want to go out with your buddies just to get away from that nagging harpy of a hedgehog you're married to.... yo, divorce is legal?  Same for women who are always whining about how stupid and lazy their husbands are.  Why did you marry him, then?  Did you not realize he was a dumb, useless oaf looking for a second mommy before you said "I do?"  Occasionally complaining about your spouse is natural-- everyone is annoying sometimes, or has habits you don't like, or whatever, but I don't know.  I just wonder... why did these people marry someone they seem to hate?
 
2013-03-03 05:04:47 PM

ZeroCorpse: The ones who DO insult their wives end up losing them to a guy who isn't a complete ass, who treats her like she deserves (i.e. not talking shiat about her behind her back), and who actually listens and communicates with her.


Nice guys are notorious for getting all the chicks.
 
2013-03-03 05:05:07 PM

JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?


I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.
 
2013-03-03 05:15:48 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.


www.geekosystem.com

/they don't grow back
 
2013-03-03 05:16:57 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.


Personally, I think that's great.  I'm happy for you, and everyone else who has a good relationship.

I've done nothing but make sarcastic remarks in this thread, but I really do feel happy for you.  Cheers!
 
2013-03-03 05:21:58 PM
FTFA: When men get together, they moan about their wives.

I have never, ever, ever heard that happening.
 
2013-03-03 05:35:08 PM

FloydA: Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.

Personally, I think that's great.  I'm happy for you, and everyone else who has a good relationship.

I've done nothing but make sarcastic remarks in this thread, but I really do feel happy for you.  Cheers!


=3 thanks!
 
2013-03-03 05:36:11 PM

Giant Clown Shoe: Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.

[www.geekosystem.com image 550x330]

/they don't grow back


I assure you, your accusations are just plain nuts.
 
2013-03-03 05:36:28 PM

orbister: FTFA: When men get together, they moan about their wives.

I have never, ever, ever heard that happening.


Ya no shiat... all the wives always know each other.  You think I'm going to trust one of my drunk buddies? F that.

/that's what bartenders and strangers are for.
 
2013-03-03 05:41:31 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Giant Clown Shoe: Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.

[www.geekosystem.com image 550x330]

/they don't grow back

I assure you, your accusations are just plain nuts.


Perhaps he's just feeling a bit testy.
 
2013-03-03 05:50:40 PM
"Befuddled mastiff". The kind of phrase rightwingers think makes them sound articulate and masculine. Instead of phony and...phony.

I give him credit for not using "come a cropper."
 
2013-03-03 06:07:17 PM
B'stlla takes for f*cking ever to cook! Started at noon.
 
2013-03-03 06:08:47 PM

FloydA: Uchiha_Cycliste: Giant Clown Shoe: Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.

[www.geekosystem.com image 550x330]

/they don't grow back

I assure you, your accusations are just plain nuts.

Perhaps he's just feeling a bit testy.


His jokes prostrated themselves.
 
2013-03-03 06:09:59 PM

rumpelstiltskin: From his Wikipedia page: He was married in August 2012

Snicker.


Roflmao

Get back to me in 20 years, kid.
 
2013-03-03 06:17:01 PM

violetvolume: Douche of an author aside, I do often wonder why men get married at all when the prevailing attitude seems to be that marriage is the worst mistake you'll ever make, and why you're apparently supposed to resent the person you married.  If she's such a stupid biatch, why did you marry her?  If you think she's a total idiot, can't stand being in the same room with her, want to go out with your buddies just to get away from that nagging harpy of a hedgehog you're married to.... yo, divorce is legal?  Same for women who are always whining about how stupid and lazy their husbands are.  Why did you marry him, then?  Did you not realize he was a dumb, useless oaf looking for a second mommy before you said "I do?"  Occasionally complaining about your spouse is natural-- everyone is annoying sometimes, or has habits you don't like, or whatever, but I don't know.  I just wonder... why did these people marry someone they seem to hate?


I think this pretty much explains why we get married.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tWHaId1s8U">http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=1tWHaId1s8U
 
2013-03-03 06:30:46 PM

AbbeySomeone: Uchiha_Cycliste: Great Janitor: I have a great marriage.  It's been a long one.  We recently celebrated our third anniversary.  I had to find a clever way to ask my parents what day I got married because I honestly couldn't remember.  I've only told my wife once that I love her.  She tells me quite often.  I respond with "I know" and "As well you should."  I do have a nickname for her.  Sometime's it's 'Kitchen biatch'.  She's short, so my other nickname for her is 'Person McNugget'.  Now I will admit, that second one is a rather new one.

I have improved her life and made her a better person.  She used to watch sports.  I have pointed out what a waste of time that was and shown her 'Star Trek'.  Now she knows all the Star Trek captains and the difference between a Galaxy Class starship and a Miranda class starship.  She has improved so much that she missed the superbowl this year.  As the person who's been improving her life, I felt proud of this.

It's really a great marriage, one to be envied...

Keep reaching for the spentMiles "achievement unlocked" you've got some work to do but you'll get there.

Janitor put some effort into it but it lacked a little something. I'll offer a 6/10 because I can feel the potential. I was hoping for a line about how her cooking has improved since he threw dinner in the trash until she learned to do better.
/I love Spentmiles.
//happy Uchica is deliriously in love!


I guess no one could possibly start as SpentMiles. He did do well enough that his homage was recognizable, that is a big step in the right direction. I think, I think I agree with your score as long as we agree that the scale is 0- wtfisthisshiat to 10- authentic SM prose.

and Uchiha *IS* deliriously in love.
 
2013-03-03 06:34:24 PM

tlchwi02: lack of warmth: Like Chris Christie? It worked for him.

yeah except my last name is of polish extract, has about 20 letters and is pronounced phonetically. if we went back to the original pronunciation it wouldn't be so bad (supposed to sound like a "sh") I've been sort of flirting with going back to the original pronunciation but never really gotten serious about it

Uchiha_Cycliste: that's really interesting.
It sounds like maybe things are partially automated for a woman that goes through this process, but not men? Hmm, if... *IF* gay marriage were to become legal across the nation I bet it would become significantly easier to do. But I don't think that will be happening soon =/
The way I think, both she and I would have a handful of stuff we have to do, but she has licenses and other medical stuff in addition. I can't help think that it would be a huger hassle for her, which makes me sad.

the issues I've seen tend to be banks or local government thinking your name change is due to some sort of "scam" or something of the sort. its really just because of the cultural prejudice we have against men doing it. I figure what we'll end up doing is she'll take my name, even though I'd prefer she just keep hers (and we could decide on the kids later, or even let them decide when they're old enough.) she is a bit traditional in that respect (although she's lobbying if we use my name that we start pronouncing it correctly)


I mentioned this to  notatrollorami but I think it's Ironic that financial institutions are the biggest pricks about name changes. They strike me as the people that should care the least, it's not like I ave to sign all my bills with my name, as long as the money keeps flowing and they keep getting their cut, one would think they couldn't care less what the name is of the person sending the dough their way.
 
2013-03-03 06:34:28 PM
Go screw yourself buddy...It's my god born American right to detest my marriage...
 
2013-03-03 06:44:40 PM

FarKY502: Go screw yourself buddy...It's my god born American right to detest my marriage...


Then go and do so with ll your heart.
 
2013-03-03 07:19:28 PM

Burn_The_Plows: My Grandmother (Who was married to my Grandfather for over 40 years.) had a favorite saying: "Show me a happily married man and I'll show you a wife who isn't doing her job."


I have never understood it.  Now, granted, I'm not married, mostly because I just recently moved to a place where it's actually legal for me to get married.  But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?  Why do they think it's okay to constantly insult and undermine a person they supposedly love?  And why the fark do they stay with someone who constantly criticizes or complains to others about them?

I honestly don't get it.
 
2013-03-03 07:27:13 PM
FTFA: Not only are you a loser for dishonoring the woman who is now an extension of yourself

Mrs. Crowder must feel so honored.
 
2013-03-03 07:44:48 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?


a) Catholicism
b) tradition
c) money
d) shunning
e) fear of dying alone
f) medical insurance.
 
2013-03-03 07:46:59 PM

Karne: p51d007: Who says you have to be married to be "happy"?

Co-dependent people.


I thought it was about the tax breaks. Or should I stop banging married chicks?
 
2013-03-03 08:01:26 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Benevolent Misanthrope: But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?

a) Catholicism
b) tradition
c) money
d) shunning
e) fear of dying alone
f) medical insurance.


Seriously?  Or are you joking?  Because it doesn't have to be that way - I'm doing just fine on my own, thank you, no need to depend on someone else for money or insurance.  It didn't just happen, either - I grew up poor and put myself through school to get a decent job.  And the other reasons should apply to me, a single woman, but I seem to be surviving happily.

Oh well.  Each to his own, I suppose.  Then again, maybe my refusal to be miserable, support a freeloader, ignore abusive behavior, or put up with more-than-average shiat is why I'm still single.  So there's that.
 
2013-03-03 08:07:03 PM

frankmigacz: He just got his first "Married Filing Jointly" tax refund. $5 that Wifey will be sick of his shiat first.


Yup.  Given what an amazingly acute dickberry he continues to demonstrate that he is, unless playing a character as masterfully as Stephen Colbert, she's gonna dump him pretty quick.
 
2013-03-03 08:28:16 PM
When men get together, they moan about their wives

i152.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-03 08:51:26 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: FloydA: Uchiha_Cycliste: Giant Clown Shoe: Uchiha_Cycliste: JohnnyBravo: Jesus Christ, you talk more than my wife. And, like my wife, all I heard was static. You sure you have testicles?

I can't help it, I just really really love my GF. Talking about her like I have been in this thread makes me happy, because it's a whole bunch of time I get to spend thinking of her =3

I love her so much.

[www.geekosystem.com image 550x330]

/they don't grow back

I assure you, your accusations are just plain nuts.

Perhaps he's just feeling a bit testy.

His jokes prostrated themselves.


I agree, but you must admit that it made a vast deferens to the thread.
 
2013-03-03 09:12:26 PM
Stupid article written by an ignorant douchebag, but whatever floats his boat...I've been married once and divorced once.  I'm living in sin with the love of my life that I met almost 20 years ago.  Will we get married?  Probably, but not for at least another 5 years until his son turns 18.  I will not take his name, nor will I merge finances, etc.  He knows this, bless him.  However, we live as man and wife, and have held ourselves out in public as such, so in Colorado, we're legally married.  I am not eager to jump back on to the marriage bandwagon anymore than he is, but there is something to be said of marriage, and although my experience was awful, I do love to read of my fellow Farkers and Farkettes sharing their happy and (probably) honest stories.
 
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