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  1. Are you ever going to get married?


    #1155022019-01-23 05:44:52mizlily said:

    Like ever? Do you plan to? Is it in your planner or are you just waiting for it to happen?

    And if you are, do you plan to get married at a grand church with doves and giant cake or are you just going to walk into a random chapel and have a 2 cent wedding? Many girls I know talk about getting married. It’s like something they are going to do no matter what. I feel like for guys it’s like, “well whatever happens, happens” Never heard a guy talk about marriage like girls do. Do guys ever think about getting married? The diamond they are going to get her, the dresss she will be wearing. Or does your parents think about marriage for you by nagging at you on when it’s going to happen

    I’m probably going to have a 2 cent wedding

  2. #1155082019-01-23 09:47:36Farris said:

    Are you ever going to get married?

    If I find the right girl, sure, I'd marry her.

    What type of wedding would it be?

    Depends what she'd prefer, I really don't give a shit as long as it isn't extravagant.

    Do guys ever think about getting married?

    Depends on the guy doesn't it? I've never actually heard any guys talk about getting married other than "I'd like to get married and start a family".

    Diamond they're gonna get her, the dress she will be wearing

    Ring should be without a diamond, and preferably not gold coloured. This has to do with my weird phobia. When it comes to the dress I really don't care, I think wedding dresses look stupid anyways. Sweatpants and t-shirt FTW.

    Do your parents think about marriage for you?

    No, they think I'll be extremely lucky to even find a girl who's weird enough to spend her life with me.

  3. #1155132019-01-23 10:08:09DarkChaplain said:

    Almost went there already, no idea if I care for it now. I'd always figured I'd get it over with by 25 or thereabouts, ready to settle, but life has it's bumps and unpredictabilities.

    I never really cared about the kind of ~grand~ weddings people seem to dream of. Then again, those dreams are usually inspired by silly hollywood movies or general americano-madness. The amount of money and everything US-Americans waste on getting married 5 times in their lives are insane, and all for some pretense of grandeur to family they see once every five years and friends they don't care about even liking shit from on Facebook. It's quite silly.

    So nah, if I get married, it'll be more about the bureaucracy than anything, going to sign the papers, do the vows in front of the legally required witness, maybe close family and closest friends present (read: maybe a dozen people all told), then celebrate in an equally close circle in a way that suits us as the couple.
    Most wedding ceremonies are organized more for the benefit of the audience than the couple these days, and frankly, I reject that. I don't give a damn about the people watching, their expectations or whether they like the food.

    What's up with Americans and their wishes for diamond rings and dresses that will cost them an utter fortune, anyhow? Is that still part of the bygone age where women could afford to stay at home and cook dinner for their husbands while he'd go and earn enough money to pay for them both, a house, and the children, so it was easy to have unrealisticly demanding expectations? Is it simple greed? Is it that whole Credit Card/Debt-based society drivel hollowing out their skulls?

    I don't get it. Ya'll women are way too materialistic. Getting married has always been about the emotional bond to me, not how many grand should be wasted on the ability to brag to screeching harpies in the neighborhood.

  4. #1155202019-01-23 14:12:32Kinnear said:

    I definitely will get married, once I can afford to do so. My idea of an ideal wedding at the moment is on a clear, windless late spring day on a wooden sailing ship surrounded by close friends and family. Not much of a crowd, maybe 50 people max. But I'm willing to compromise if Holly does not agree when that time comes. xP

  5. #1155212019-01-23 19:25:32 *Kiboune said:

    Are you ever going to get married?

    Chances are low,but who knows how life will turn

    What type of wedding would it be?

    Totally not in a church and it's not gonna be something big, with lots of guests. Maybe only two of us (and a priest) on beach at night, in light of the moon and tiki torches

  6. #1155252019-01-24 01:06:45Teru said:

    I already live together with my girlfriend for some years so I'm already kinf of married, so I don't know if we'll have a ceremony or not. I'll say we won't because she says she doesn't want to get married on the paper.

  7. #1155362019-01-27 21:39:17 *EvoRulz said:

    Are you ever going to get married?

    Hope so, but my dream girl has a boyfriend she is thinking of moving in with so who knows now

    Do guys ever think about getting married?

    Yeah, but more specifically about who it's gonna be ever than what the wedding itself would be like. I could care less, if it's the right person. Though, the nicest wedding I've been to was an outdoor one on a grassy clearing. Instead of traditional suits the groom and his men wore dress shirt and pants with suspenders, it had a really rustic feel to it and they guy beamed so bright when she came down the isle, and she was crying joy. Truly a sight to see, i hope it goes something like that for me.

    Neat thread idea btw @mizlily! kudos to you~