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Old 06-08-2013, 12:04 AM   #51
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This is a mistake. Whatever you do tonight is going to dictate the rest of the marriage. I'd say sandwiches and anal are in tall order.


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Old 06-08-2013, 12:50 AM   #52
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So, tomorrow I'm getting married, and for some odd reason after 10 years on the Orange Mane I acctually like reading the opinions of some of the same delusioned fanatics who have the free time to waist 10 years of their lives discussing the Broncos. With that being said, Orange Mane give me your marriage wisdom!
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Old 06-08-2013, 03:46 AM   #53
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Old 06-08-2013, 04:48 AM   #54
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You will have ups and downs........but keep 'em between the sheets.
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Old 06-08-2013, 05:07 AM   #55
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Congrats

Ignore the stop Porn advice, good advice from Kaylor on the kids, it all changes after that.

I hope your special day goes better then this one did.

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Old 06-08-2013, 05:11 AM   #56
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Khan's marriage advice.

1.) If you want to have kids, wait to have kids. Go on some trips, buy some cool toys, buy some cool bedroom toys, and really enjoy each other. You will no longer be the same after children, and while being a parent is awesome, I am grateful we had some fun before we got married.
I disagree with this sorta, I love going away and doing things with my kids, I get more enjoyment out of seeing them smile and having a great time, like when they swam with the dolphins last year, or when my daughter finally went horseback riding. Im quite happy sitting pool side with a cold beer and a cigar in my own back yard, that just doesnt cut it for the kids tho.

I have alot of friends who go away a week every year, and dont take the kids, I just cant imagine doing that.

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congrats, i just got married about 6 weeks ago, nothing really changed except i hate wearing my wedding band. no real advice to give ya though.
Havent worn mine in 13 years, and for the last 3 ive actually known where it was, now it sits on my computer desk lamp on the on off switch.


Ya get out of it what ya put into it, and as previously mentioned, happy wife happy life. Congrats dood
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Old 06-08-2013, 06:19 AM   #57
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:32 AM   #58
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I disagree with this sorta, I love going away and doing things with my kids, I get more enjoyment out of seeing them smile and having a great time, like when they swam with the dolphins last year, or when my daughter finally went horseback riding. Im quite happy sitting pool side with a cold beer and a cigar in my own back yard, that just doesnt cut it for the kids tho.
I think you misunderstand my post. I didn't say "don't have kids" I said "wait to have kids" or at least enjoy your time without kids. I have an 18 month old and I love her. Life is better with my child than before. However If I jumped right from marriage into a baby, I would not have been happy. You're speaking to having kids in general. You have to think about it in the context of a newlywed, and enjoying the period of being a newlywed.
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:33 AM   #59
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I think you misunderstand my post. I didn't say "don't have kids" I said "wait to have kids" or at least enjoy your time without kids. I have an 18 month old and I love her. Life is better with my child than before. However If I jumped right from marriage into a baby, I would not have been happy. You're speaking to having kids in general. You have to think about it in the context of a newlywed, and enjoying the period of being a newlywed.
Sooooo 3-4 years of no kids?
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:36 AM   #60
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:37 AM   #61
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Sooooo 3-4 years of no kids?
When you're sick of each other

Or just very patient. Because they take a ton of patience on a daily basis.
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:44 AM   #62
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Yuck! She needs to be on the pill. Plan b is not a plan it is a fail.

Makes them sick does not always work hard on the body.
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Sooooo 3-4 years of no kids?
That is great!

Plus many marriages fail that quick, divorce is hardest on kids.
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I think you misunderstand my post. I didn't say "don't have kids" I said "wait to have kids" or at least enjoy your time without kids. I have an 18 month old and I love her. Life is better with my child than before. However If I jumped right from marriage into a baby, I would not have been happy. You're speaking to having kids in general. You have to think about it in the context of a newlywed, and enjoying the period of being a newlywed.
I took it as you cant really have fun once you have kids, which is so untrue. yours is still in the kind of useless stage, eat **** sleep repeat, wait until shes older, nothing quite like seeing daddys little girl freak out because of how happy she is to be doing something.

I agree with the waiting thing, guess I just never really thought about the reason for it tho, this is all assuming hes not getting married becasue hes already knocked her up.
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Congratulations!

Some good advice here so far. Next month will be my 15th year anniversary. Have all been good. My tips.

- Failure is not an option. Expect things to get tough. Expect things to not be perfect and know that it doesn't always have to be perfect. Don't let divorce enter your mind. Marriage requires work and fortitude.

- Put her needs before yours. I know this goes against what society says. But putting her first and giving her priority lets her see your appreciation for her. Women who feel unappreciated and unwanted will look for it elsewhere. This doesn't mean let her treat you like crap. It should be reciprocal.

- Communication is critical. Everything from money, sex, kids, desires, purchases. Talk about things and include her in the decision making. Don't let things fester and keep it inside. Acknowledge and compliment her and the things she does.

- Be prepared to apologize...even if you aren't wrong. Don't apply logic to her thinking...women and logic don't always mix.

- Listen to her.

- Don't expect her to cook and clean all the time.

- Be a man. Firm, confident, leader, power under control, willing to listen, solid, dependable, protective, appreciative.

- Porn can be a marriage killer. Know her view on it and tread carefully.
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Old 06-08-2013, 09:53 AM   #67
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When you're sick of each other

Or just very patient. Because they take a ton of patience on a daily basis.
We set financial goals for certain aspects of our lives, ie have 10,000 saved in a deprecate account before each kid. Despite the unlikelyhood of many of those goals coming to fruition in a short span of time, they provide a metric for fiscal responsibility, and subsequent delays in child rearing whims.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:08 AM   #68
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Lol. I love how neat and well-planned people's lives are before marriage and kids. It is truly amusing in a way that you cannot understand until you have actually experienced it.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:09 AM   #69
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Dang you beat me to it! Was gonna say "Happy Wife, Happy Life" but now I guess I'll just have to say. "Don't let her eat any of the Wedding Cake"
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:19 AM   #70
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May your wedding day be the day you have the LEAST amount of love for each other.
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Sage wisdom!

This is truely great. I have about 5 1/2 hours tell the cerimony, and I keep pouring over this thread internalizing the advice you guys have bestowed upon me. Thank you all for your support, and first hand wisdom.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:31 AM   #72
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Lol. I love how neat and well-planned people's lives are before marriage and kids. It is truly amusing in a way that you cannot understand until you have actually experienced it.
Hahahaha, the best strategist always plans for the unexpected, and I ser am ready for anything. Always expect a plan to fail, and your plans will always succeed.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:42 AM   #73
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Sage wisdom!

This is truely great. I have about 5 1/2 hours tell the cerimony, and I keep pouring over this thread internalizing the advice you guys have bestowed upon me. Thank you all for your support, and first hand wisdom.
Do not smash the wedding cake in her face. She will mash it into your mug however.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:44 AM   #74
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Hahahaha, the best strategist always plans for the unexpected, and I ser am ready for anything. Always expect a plan to fail, and your plans will always succeed.
Doc has this right. Planning in this area is pretty useless. The bringers of chaos will have you replanning every minute anyway.
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I'm shopping for a van. An actual full sized 12 passenger van. And I'm looking forward to actually having it because we don't have enough room in my crew cab superduty truck. That's where I'm at in my life. Nobody tells you about that kind of shiat when you are engaged.
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