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Postby MusicRecords » Sun Jan 06, 2019 8:59 pm

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Loose wrote:I refused registered partnership due to the fact that I think I‘m too young for that still. :oops:
Idk how it is where you live, but in NYC it gave us good flexibility. We registered at the city hall (which was awkward cause there were a bunch of young couples, straight and gay, actually marrying just to get it over with :lol: )
But the flexible parts comes in that you get many of the “benefits” that come with marriage, however it’s especially better for younger people because it’s not as serious as a marriage...and if there’s ever a problem, all it takes is one of us to simply go and deregister us (not both like it would be in a marriage divorce) and done
Having turned 30 this year, I still think that‘s a thing I might consider when I‘m 45 or 50.

Is marriage still a thing though? As a very non-religious person I haven’t considered it neither.
I was 22 when I registered :oops: :lol: I don’t regret it though

But yeah u should do what makes u think is right :wink:
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Postby RayRay » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:00 pm

Loose wrote:
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Loose wrote:I refused registered partnership due to the fact that I think I‘m too young for that still. :oops:
Idk how it is where you live, but in NYC it gave us good flexibility. We registered at the city hall (which was awkward cause there were a bunch of young couples, straight and gay, actually marrying just to get it over with :lol: )
But the flexible parts comes in that you get many of the “benefits” that come with marriage, however it’s especially better for younger people because it’s not as serious as a marriage...and if there’s ever a problem, all it takes is one of us to simply go and deregister us (not both like it would be in a marriage divorce) and done
Having turned 30 this year, I still think that‘s a thing I might consider when I‘m 45 or 50.

Is marriage still a thing though? As a non-religious person I haven’t considered it neither.
I was 26 when I got married. I guess I'm the romantic kind of guy. Marriage has nothing to do with religion anymore these days. I hardly know anyone that gets married in church anymore.
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Postby Loose » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:02 pm

My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
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Postby MusicRecords » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:04 pm

Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
It was a dream though..and it worked

We registered and that night we took a spontaneous trip from NYC to Paris :lol: we got drunk and ran around the city, but we were so young and happy...It’s one of those things u can never forget, and I’m happy it has worked out thus far
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Postby aRat » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:05 pm

MR: how old are you now?
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Postby MusicRecords » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:06 pm

aRat wrote:MR: how old are you now?
24 :lol:
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Postby Loose » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:06 pm

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Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
It was a dream though..and it worked

We registered and that night we took a spontaneous trip from NYC to Paris :lol: It’s one of those thing u can never forget, and I’m happy it has worked out thus far
That’s sounds romantic indeed and I‘m almost ashamed to admit that I lack quite a bit of romantic feeling.

That’s what my partners were always much better with. :oops:
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Postby RayRay » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:07 pm

Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
I always feel like that when I hear somebody is going to have children. :lol:
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Postby Loose » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:08 pm

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Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
I always feel like that when I hear somebody is going to have children. :lol:
I will always be feeling too young for children. :lol:
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Postby RayRay » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:09 pm

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Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
I always feel like that when I hear somebody is going to have children. :lol:
I will always be feeling too young for children. :lol:
Me too. :D

I had my God child stay over and it was a lot of fun. But I'm always glad when it's just me and my hubby again though.
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Postby Loose » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:12 pm

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Loose wrote:My brother will get married this March at the age of 28 and I‘m like but you‘re still a baby! :lol:
I always feel like that when I hear somebody is going to have children. :lol:
I will always be feeling too young for children. :lol:
Me too. :D

I had my God child stay over and it was a lot of fun. But I'm always glad when it's just me and my hubby again though.
I‘d be totally happy with a British shorthair or a munchkin.

Children are noisy and I like a good night sleep.
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Postby RayRay » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:19 pm

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I‘d be totally happy with a British shorthair or a munchkin.

Children are noisy and I like a good night sleep.
Well, pets can keep you from a good night sleep too though.

We had Persian cats, but I don't think I'll ever want pets again that are bred with malfunctions like munchkins (or Persians).

We have two Maine Coons, one Ragdoll and one Siamese now.
And two English Springer Spaniels and a small (boomer) dog.
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Postby Loose » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:22 pm

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I‘d be totally happy with a British shorthair or a munchkin.

Children are noisy and I like a good night sleep.
Well, pets can keep you from a good night sleep too though.

We had Persian cats, but I don't think I'll ever want pets again that are bred with malfunctions like munchkins (or Persians).

We have two Maine Coons, one Ragdoll and one Siamese now.
And two English Springer Spaniels and a small (boomer) dog.
That’s almost a zoo! :D

My parents’ European shorthair made me an early bird because he was used to be fed at 5 a.m. and still is. Somehow they weren’t able to correct that faux pas later on and somebody always gets up at 5.
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Postby RayRay » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:27 pm

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RayRay wrote:We have two Maine Coons, one Ragdoll and one Siamese now.
And two English Springer Spaniels and a small (boomer) dog.
That’s almost a zoo! :D

Maybe if you count our two tortoises, plus our pond with gold fish and three fish tanks with shrimps and little tropical fish.

We are both animal lovers. So there is no holding back. Although we also used to have rabbits, chickens and a parrot.
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