Discussion in 'Relationship Advice' started by Wrecky, Apr 3, 2018.
Don't forget heterosexual male jocks.
I’ve only actually lived with 3 women, first one was my wife, second was my ex of 7 years, 3rd was the one who left me for meth.
In the “significant other” way. I’ve lived with lots of women over the years who were just friends or roommates.
Friends and roommates don't count unless you bang them
I'm curious though, did any of your girlfriends object to you living with a female?
I’ve only had one female roommate at the same time as I had a girlfriend, she waited months to complain about it
And never banged a female roommate or even tried to
I have with 3 of my girlfriends.
I feel like if there's a stigma it's old people or bible thumpers
The reason for not before you get married is as soon as you move in and co-habitate the odds of marriage and success in the marriage both drop a lot.
Odds of marriage because you immediately see the sides of them they’ve kept hidden, and success because people have this weird idea that marriage changes a relationship, which it only does in a legal sense.
Yes. Currently together. Its the first time but been pretty intensely sought after by gf from the start. Long story short, met her a week before I was leaving Calgary, was long distance, but when I came back into town (4 months later, with her spending a week where I lived 2 months prior) told me "you will be staying with me" (instead of with my family, who all lived in town). That winter I returned for my seasonal layoff, lived with her and her roommate and this spring stole her away to Ontario, where I live and work
Isn't it against the law to transport a woman or women across state lines for immoral purposes?
We don’t have states in Canada, just provinces - the only things that are illegal to take across provincial boundaries are alcohol, tobacco and children we’re not guardians of.
Taking a person who doesn’t want to go somewhere anywhere is illegal too, no imaginary boundaries required
I'm not currently cohabing, but I have lived with 3 S/Os. The first one was in 1982 and there was a huge stigma about it. We had a joint checking account and I went to buy gas (before debit cards were a swipe and go at gas stations) and they would not take my check because I was not married to the person on the check. I even asked if it would make a difference if the other person on the checking account was my mother, father, sister, or brother and they told me no because they wouldn't believe me. That would make it hard for people who get married and the wife chooses to keep her maiden name. The other 2, no one seemed to care. If they did, they certainly didn't say anything to me or where I could hear it.
Apparently not. I drove through the states with no problems
I Wish I Am Able to Cohabitate With You Wrecky.
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