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"Recently," Broken Arrow tells us, "The missus informed me that her brother was moving with us." What has your partner done that's convinced you the magic's gone? "Breathe" is not an answer.

(, Thu 21 Oct 2010, 12:33)
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13 years we had been married
this past September.

For our wedding anniversary she gave me a bar. It was a bar that looked like a very nice cupboard, that sat in the corner nondescript, classy but not over stated but, when you opened the doors, it had 10 places to store bottles of hard booze, a 24 bottle wine rack, draws, glasses storage a few shelves and a top the folded out to make a wide serving area. To the untrained eye, you can't tell what it is (so I don't look like I have a pub in my lounge room).

For fathers day, she let the kids buy me booze (well she paid for it, directed them to the top shelf stuff and wrapped it up but, they handed it over).

She still enjoys and wants regular quality sex, she takes care of herself, she looks great, she is nice to my friends, doesn't have horrid skanks as mates. She has her own career, her own life. She supports me in more ways than one (and I hope she feels that I do the same for her).

She gives me a hard time when I am a slacker, she won't let me turn into a slob, she tells me when I am wrong and she helps me to see balance when I am on a rant.

13 years married, 2 years before dating etc, 2 kids, 3 countries, doesn't get too fired up that I think her sister is an out and out fuckwit and puts up with my cockfuck of a brother.

I am pleased to say, the magic is still well and truly strong and nowhere near gone.

So, amongst the nut cases, psychopaths, violent assholes and sad cases this week, don't give up, there are some sensational partnerships out there, and I am pleased beyond stoked that I have one. Don't settle for shit and don't give up.

A little upbeat for this weeks not so upbeat tales.

Sorry about the lack of funnies.
(, Sun 24 Oct 2010, 14:51, 9 replies)
well done you
you spelled 'psychopath' wrong, but as it seems you've never had to put up with one, why would you care how to spell it
(, Sun 24 Oct 2010, 16:42, closed)
spelling is not my strong suit
I rely on b3tans to help me with the corrections
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 2:05, closed)
Best reply of all
Never mind all these made-up stories about bunny boilers. There are great girls (and guys) out there - in fact, they're probably the majority. I was lucky enough to find one when I was 34, and I haven't looked back. Except to laugh, of course.
(, Sun 24 Oct 2010, 16:53, closed)
I like this.
Mainly due to the fact that you said "don't give up" and your name is bad advice. I laughed.
(, Sun 24 Oct 2010, 18:04, closed)
I'm also someone who has a fantastic lovelife. I have never been happier of felt more loved than I do with my man.
But you ignored the point of the question. =p
(, Sun 24 Oct 2010, 21:16, closed)
it was amusing at first but, then it got depressing reading about all these poor cunts that have put up with some crap, so I thought I would drop one in that was positive. Look on it as an "anti answer in the positive"
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 2:00, closed)
Classic case of brainwashing here, lads.
Oh, who am I kidding. Just jealous...
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 10:17, closed)

As a mate of mine who just got married would say: "One ring to rule them all..."
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 15:48, closed)

(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 17:00, closed)
I pay that
classic use of the smug mongrel.

I wish I was that good looking
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 17:14, closed)
He's got no reason to be smug
He can only afford an apartment that overlooks a busy highway.
(, Mon 25 Oct 2010, 21:44, closed)

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