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Thread: To parent, at what age did you have your first child?

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    [quote=carbuncle]
    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    Who has custody of the kids? Or needless to ask... My parents also starkly different. One likes to go out all the time and tours etc, one loves to rot at home before the tv...
    The mother had custody of the kids. Sent them to posh (read "expensive") boarding schools. The father only got to see them during holidays (provided they weren't following the mother to some exotic destination). She was a "hot" (beautiful) blonde. But as far as I am aware, neither of them remarried immediately. I could see why there was a mismatch. The husband was an ordinary-looking down-to-earth bloke. Very nice neighbour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howgozit
    what's the point of staying together but "don't do it"?

    Anyway if you stay together but "don't do it" it will not simulate actual marriage conditions and thus defeats the purpose of staying together to "try it out"
    Marriage life is not only about "doing it".
    Doing it adds to the fun and contribution to the next generation.
    So if don't do it and can still tolerate the other party means that the marriage has a strong foundation and is likely to stand the test of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp
    Marriage life is not only about "doing it".
    Doing it adds to the fun and contribution to the next generation.
    So if don't do it and can still tolerate the other party means that the marriage has a strong foundation and is likely to stand the test of time.
    If that is the case then no need to co-habit....

    But honestly speaking... do you expect a healthy couple in their sexual prime living together, sleeping on the same bed, apparently in love with each other... to not "do it" ?

    Hahaha... I thought I was old fashioned but I think you are more old fashioned than I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howgozit
    If that is the case then no need to co-habit....

    But honestly speaking... do you expect a healthy couple in their sexual prime living together, sleeping on the same bed, apparently in love with each other... to not "do it" ?

    Hahaha... I thought I was old fashioned but I think you are more old fashioned than I.
    It is difficult but it can be achieved.
    Once it is achieved, the relationship will likely be everlasting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ysyap
    You said you are not into women but you still go test drive? Hmmm.... the result of those test drives is already out before you even step in!
    I test drove men ok... Can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PN
    Hmm...The problem doesn't lies with the girls.
    It can't be 100 girls all cannot get along with you. (You said you lost count so hopefully 100 is not too low)

    That means you're either too choosy, a playboy or not ready to settle down mah.
    Its just sad that the more you drive the more you learn more about what you DONT want...

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    Quote Originally Posted by howgozit
    like that the girl lose out leh.... [SIZE=4]生米煮成熟饭[/SIZE]
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    or am I just old fashioned?
    They seem happy and proud to be single mum leh. Perhaps is the pop culture glamorisation of this. Happy come. Not happy go. If I want baby I can handle on my own....

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    Quote Originally Posted by howgozit
    what's the point of staying together but "don't do it"?

    Anyway if you stay together but "don't do it" it will not simulate actual marriage conditions and thus defeats the purpose of staying together to "try it out"
    To some, getting married may mean end of doing it? No more fun... No more turn on... Every day see the same man/ woman... Or worse the same man/woman grow sideways day by day... Start picking the nose and eating it, wear boxers to 7-11, swim in the underwear, drink direct from bottle from the fridge... Etc etc ;-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by PN
    Exactly. If want to stay together then [B]MUST DO IT[/B]. When a person decided to cohabitate with furture partner, must be mentally prepared to do it. Already staying together better find out everything about the him/her. Maybe one of them [B]CANNOT DO IT[/B] how? Assuming everything is good, get married and end up with divorce.

    And it is impossible to stay together and just HOLD HAND everyday in the same room and bed. Can't imagine that.

    It's like wanting to test drive a car but didn't even start the engine. How to tell if the car can perform or not?

    BUT BUT BUT don't do this countless time hor. Only try out if you think you want to marry him/her. If everyone also must stay togther for 1 to 2 yrs, you need 100 years to try out 50 persons.
    Hello you indeed old fashioned uncle. There are 7 days in a week.

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    [QUOTE=chiaberry]
    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle

    The mother had custody of the kids. Sent them to posh (read "expensive") boarding schools. The father only got to see them during holidays (provided they weren't following the mother to some exotic destination). She was a "hot" (beautiful) blonde. But as far as I am aware, neither of them remarried immediately. I could see why there was a mismatch. The husband was an ordinary-looking down-to-earth bloke. Very nice neighbour.
    You mean like Jacky Chan with Jessica Alba some sort?

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