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Which is more superior?

 
Rizvan Asgarov
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Hi All,
Which is more superior for comfortable to live?
The state of being married or unmarriedness ?

Persons which were married will be able to answer more exact to my mind...
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Maneesh Godbole
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Shouldn't you be trying it out on your own, instead of replying on someone else's (probably biased) opinion?
 
Rizvan Asgarov
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Maneesh Godbole:
Shouldn't you be trying it out on your own, instead of replying on someone else's (probably biased) opinion?

May be someone has refused from the state of being married...
It is necessary to hurry them...
 
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try both states, you will feel the difference.
 
Rizvan Asgarov
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Little example to this:

My earnings was not satisfying me when I was unmarried.
But this satisfied me after marrying...
Because you will economize. So economy is the inexhaustible wealth !!!
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Rizvan Asgarov wrote:Little example to this:

My earnings was not satisfying me when I was unmarried.
But this satisfied me after marrying...
Because you will economize. So economy is the inexhaustible wealth !!!
Sincerely,

 
A Bhattacharya
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What's the difference between 1 and 0 ? Just 1.
Between 100 and 0 ? 100.
Can you marry more than 1? No. Why marry and lose the (potential) 100.
 
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A Bhattacharya wrote:What's the difference between 1 and 0 ? Just 1.
Between 100 and 0 ? 100.
Can you marry more than 1? No. Why marry and lose the (potential) 100.


I'm sorry, are we still talking about getting married v/s not getting married?
 
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There are some situations for everyone. There is no doubt! Of course this looks to the opportunities (money, candidate etc. )
But I don't agree with the mans who have a opportunity which don't want to marry...

To be happy in marriage, the leading element is trust and loyalty.

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Pushkar Choudhary wrote:
I'm sorry, are we still talking about getting married v/s not getting married?


why, yes absolutely.
 
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here's my yet another argument against marriage. if 2 ppl marry, are they marrying each other or marrying marriage itself (thus making the other person not special anymore).
 
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Are you trying to evaluate marriage as a legal/cultural relationship? or live with lots of sex against life without much sex? Very different questions.

I found that getting "married" made little difference, but being married and having a kid to raise was altogether different. YMMV.
 
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Pat Farrell wrote:I found that getting "married" made little difference, but being married and having a kid to raise was altogether different. YMMV.




Pat what is YMMV..?
 
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Vikram Kohli wrote: Pat what is YMMV..?

Sorry. It is a net phrase, literally Your Mileage May Vary.
For folks not in the US, it means more than that.

The Federal government rates the fuel economy of cars. Its the law. But no one can ever get the numbers that they list, so in the fine print, they always say something like The EarthSmashing GasGuzzling Super Hummer Super SUV gets 20 miles per gallon of gas/petrol, YMMV

Which means that it only gets that high a value when in neutral coasting down a huge mountain, say K2.

In this message, I meant that sometimes, you get more sex being married and sometimes not.

While I agree with the concept of "use real words" in general, in this context, YMMV is really what I wanted to say. Sort of like :-)
which is also not a real word.
 
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Pat Farrell wrote:Are you trying to evaluate marriage as a legal/cultural relationship? or live with lots of sex against life without much sex? Very different questions.

I found that getting "married" made little difference, but being married and having a kid to raise was altogether different. YMMV.


In my humble opinion lots of sex with the same person is very different than sex with lots of people. Although linguistically you can term both cases as lots of sex.
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:Shouldn't you be trying it out on your own, instead of replying on someone else's (probably biased) opinion?
Marriage isn't supposed to be something that you try, any moreso than you can try becoming a parent or joining the Army or becoming a priest. Unless you take your own oath lightly (and what kind of person does that?), you're making a commitment.
 
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Depends on whom you marry? Some one who is loaded or someone who is going to unload you
 
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