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For those of you still considering marriage

Postby nicho12 » August 12th, 2014, 11:45 pm

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Postby The » August 14th, 2014, 1:02 am

Like I always tell people....If you want to get married then thats fine....But follow the Tina Turner model and marry at age 73....Hey she was with her partner for 27 years prior to marriage.....That is the ideal route to take...
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Postby Contrarian Expatriate » August 14th, 2014, 11:14 am

The wrote:Like I always tell people....If you want to get married then thats fine....But follow the Tina Turner model and marry at age 73....Hey she was with her partner for 27 years prior to marriage.....That is the ideal route to take...

The message is out, there is a plethora of examples or ruin, and STILL men want to get married.

Go ahead and get you some and be the next Robin Williams. I have no sympathy for him or any other idiot that gets ruined from marriage because it is ARROGANCE that they are somehow smarter or better or more noble than other men that seals their fate.

Robin Williams' suicide was his acknowledgment that he was wrong and we were right all along!
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Postby The » August 14th, 2014, 1:55 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
The wrote:Like I always tell people....If you want to get married then thats fine....But follow the Tina Turner model and marry at age 73....Hey she was with her partner for 27 years prior to marriage.....That is the ideal route to take...

The message is out, there is a plethora of examples or ruin, and STILL men want to get married.

Go ahead and get you some and be the next Robin Williams. I have no sympathy for him or any other idiot that gets ruined from marriage because it is ARROGANCE that they are somehow smarter or better or more noble than other men that seals their fate.

Robin Williams' suicide was his acknowledgment that he was wrong and we were right all along!


Men don't get it...at least American men anyway....cohabiting is way favored in places like Scandinavia and France...and no one seems to have an issue...Men should not even think about marriage until the age of 50 minimum when your older and much wiser than some punk ass 25 yr old who knows nothing....And if you want to be a parent that's fine too...just be a cohabiting parent with your partner....I wouldn't wait to be 50+ years old personally for children but for marriage absolutely...
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Postby aozora13 » August 14th, 2014, 2:05 pm

Cohabitating happens in other EU countries as well. I recall when working in Europe about how a Dutch guy had a girlfriend (live-in) and had 2 children. He was pretty happy and not concerned about officially marrying her. This was years ago but I see that it is not a stigma in Europe as in the US. However, some states have common law marriage after living together for years.

Should guys in the US and/or other Anglo/western countries get married? No, there are too many laws that are anti-marriage for men. Also because of the fact that women in the west and non-Anglo countries like Scandinavia region (Finland, Norway, Sweden) have the empowered women movement, men should stop marrying and just date (and maybe... live with them).
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Postby The » August 14th, 2014, 2:13 pm

Or you can move to England where Common Law marriage does not exist...
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Postby Yohan » August 14th, 2014, 4:41 pm

Due to biased media under feminist control men are grossly misinformed about what can happen to them in case of divorce.
There is no legal information given to them - not even a leaflet - explaining their obligations and their nonexisting 'rights'.

Marriage is basically to sell out the male person. All from him to her, nothing in return. I do not know even about one single tiny advantage which could be a benefit for a man in case of marriage.

Co-habitation is a little bit better, in case of trouble there are still a few months to reconsider.

However nowadays there is a lot of information on the internet, a man cannot claim easily he did not know this and that...

It is difficult to inform men as many of them will not listen to other men - they believe only what women and manginas are telling them, but can you blame them for that? They do not know it better, all their upbringing was about 'respecting women' and similar BS. What to do?
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Postby stressedtothebone » August 14th, 2014, 10:20 pm

Marriage is a criminal contract with the State.
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Postby sea_dragon » August 15th, 2014, 12:29 am

Your freedom would be lost and whatever money you make would be lost. Women are the same everywhere, they are succubi and blood sucking fiends on some level.
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Postby The » August 15th, 2014, 3:15 pm

Usher confesses his biggest mistake was ‘getting married at 28’

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/usher-confesses-biggest-mistake-married-28-article-1.1903383#ixzz3ATCQVXpL

OMG! Usher confessed to his biggest mistake ever.

"Getting married at 28," the singer said in the September issue of O, The Oprah Magazine.

While he can't deny the error he made, the "U Got it Bad" singer took the lessons that came with it.

"Most people probably think I regret it because I ended up getting divorced," he told the mag. "But it helped me learn that sometimes I think I know more than I actually do."

Happier days: Usher Raymond arrives with then girlfriend Tameka Foster at the 15th annual Trumpet Awards at the Bellagio on Jan. 22, 2007, in Las Vegas. They were married shortly after and divorced in 2009.

Usher married Tameka Foster, a wardrobe stylist, in 2007 and after two years they were heading toward splitsville. During their happier times, the couple had two children — Naviyd, 5, and 6-year-old Usher Jr.

Their happiness quickly changed to a bitter custody battle over the children, and in 2012 the 35-year-old singer won.

Since getting over that hurdle, Usher has taken heed to the advice of those close to him like the late James Brown.

"'If you stay ready, you ain't gonna get ready,'" he said of the Godfather of Soul's wise words. "James Brown told me that right before we performed together at the Grammys in 2005."

The following year Brown passed away, but not before leaving a lasting impression on Usher.

"I've never forgotten it, and I'm always telling people, 'Well, James Brown once told me …'" he said.
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Postby tamdrin12 » August 15th, 2014, 3:38 pm

What if your like me and have no money anyone could take.. then is it ok to get married? hahaa....
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Postby Yohan » August 15th, 2014, 4:05 pm

tamdrin12 wrote:What if your like me and have no money anyone could take.. then is it ok to get married? hahaa....


I think a major point of discussion is the decision where you will continue your life with her in future - in Western countries or in her country.

It is no coincidence that Western men, retired, moving to Philippines or Thailand etc. and living together with a often surprisingly young local woman have a very low divorce rate.

In my case, my wife and me, we were both neither rich nor poor, about the same - but it was I who moved to Japan, and no problems so far, as I can earn here at least the same as in Europe. - We are not so many Western men here in Japan, but divorce is really rare.

Most Asian women cannot expect a good profit in case of divorce if the divorce is carried out in Asian countries, however many honest Asian girls prefer the idea to continue to live in their own country - but with a foreign husband out of various reasons.

If an Asian girl is totally into relocation and loves you and wants urgently to move to Western countries, you have to be very careful, might be for visa and money only.
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Postby newlifeinphilippines » August 15th, 2014, 11:22 pm

Yohan wrote:
tamdrin12 wrote:What if your like me and have no money anyone could take.. then is it ok to get married? hahaa....


I think a major point of discussion is the decision where you will continue your life with her in future - in Western countries or in her country.

It is no coincidence that Western men, retired, moving to Philippines or Thailand etc. and living together with a often surprisingly young local woman have a very low divorce rate.

In my case, my wife and me, we were both neither rich nor poor, about the same - but it was I who moved to Japan, and no problems so far, as I can earn here at least the same as in Europe. - We are not so many Western men here in Japan, but divorce is really rare.

Most Asian women cannot expect a good profit in case of divorce if the divorce is carried out in Asian countries, however many honest Asian girls prefer the idea to continue to live in their own country - but with a foreign husband out of various reasons.

If an Asian girl is totally into relocation and loves you and wants urgently to move to Western countries, you have to be very careful, might be for visa and money only.


Thats been my experience with filipina nurses, they urgently want to get out and want to use the guy as a platform to make more money. Thats why im weary of high status or educated girls in phil they just want to use the guy to make that money in the next country.
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Postby SilverEnergy » August 16th, 2014, 2:58 am

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
The wrote:Like I always tell people....If you want to get married then thats fine....But follow the Tina Turner model and marry at age 73....Hey she was with her partner for 27 years prior to marriage.....That is the ideal route to take...

The message is out, there is a plethora of examples or ruin, and STILL men want to get married.

Go ahead and get you some and be the next Robin Williams. I have no sympathy for him or any other idiot that gets ruined from marriage because it is ARROGANCE that they are somehow smarter or better or more noble than other men that seals their fate.

Robin Williams' suicide was his acknowledgment that he was wrong and we were right all along!


Of course, when a man loses a lot of money in a divorce, it takes a toll on his emotional state.

Men are 10X more likely than women to commit suicide following a divorce.

Even rich men get hurt in the divorce courts and the economy isn't good either and that's a bad mixture.
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Postby SilverEnergy » August 16th, 2014, 3:00 am

If you want to cohabit with a woman or marry her, make sure that you either get an asset protection plan.

Or you can just not marry.

Because in some places, you will have to pay palimony through common law marriage if you live with a woman long enough.

Cohabit with a woman only in a place where there isn't common law marriage.
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