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Genetic Love Match?
January 14, 2010
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"sandra" wrote: ranman, ahh better not. :mrgreen: You'll be banned from the bv by your wife. hehe

mrshumphreys, I know you were telling ranman, but I thought you had said you guys loved it where you are now. Wasn't I around here when you and humphreys first started dating, I think so, I can remember you guys running rampant around here flirting and driving the rest of us crazy. 😉 Laugh Wow, how many years ago did you guys marry?

We got married 2007.
Pa is just a stop off on our way back to England.

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January 14, 2010
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Oh goodness England 😯 Thought you guys were always in the States.
No longer Newly Weds.

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January 14, 2010
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Came accross this article tonight when I was doing research on soemthing else (dna), happend to reference blue eyes, and time of evoloution speeding up, so figured I might as well add it here, since we mentioned both, it is a little off topic, but the article was interesting.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.c.....lve11.html

Personally I think brown eyes are much sexier. 😀

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January 14, 2010
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I can only imagine what kind of weird chick I come home with 😕

MIB they once called me. Yes, that was my name. But you probably never heard of him. [/hipster]

January 14, 2010
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In the end it all comes to the true nature of the person you are dating.

Genetics and all that type of crap doesn't matter.

Even if you hold on for 20 years and still divorce it was all for nothing. 🙄

Truth doesn´t control you, you control it...

January 14, 2010
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"Dark-Samus" wrote: In the end it all comes to the true nature of the person you are dating.

Genetics and all that type of crap doesn't matter.

Even if you hold on for 20 years and still divorce it was all for nothing. 🙄

Listen, doesn't look like you will be getting married to a bf anytime soon, so being married for 20yrs and divorcing isnt something you will have to endure.

What matters then, why not add more to that? besides just true nature.

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January 14, 2010
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"MIBby" wrote: I can only imagine what kind of weird chick I come home with 😕

Laugh So thats a go? 😉

Wouldn't it be interesting to find out? lol

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January 14, 2010
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Listen, doesn't look like you will be getting married to a bf anytime soon, so being married for 20yrs and divorcing isnt something you will have to endure.

What matters then, why not add more to that? besides just true nature.

Even if I would have a life lasting partner I wouldn't get married since it is a religious ritual and I'm not one.

But anyway, add things like what? What things are you thinking about?

Truth doesn´t control you, you control it...

January 14, 2010
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You said in the end it all comes down to the true nature of the person you are dating,,,, then to follow you said even if you are married for 20yrs then divorce it was all for nothing....gave me the inclination it can take a long *** time to find someones true nature. 😉 :mrgreen:

And my beliefs are that if we really tap into who we are, we will naturally find our other half. Not a fairy tale bs story, just simply if we care enough and love ourselves enough unselfishly, we may also another person. Was wondering what your thoughts were on finding the true nature of someone, don't we have to know the nature of ourselves first.

You say some things that are intriguing to me, but its usually a short line, and I do realise that sometimes its a waste to say otherwise, but even when you do have the chance to talk with someone who may somewhat relate, you don't. Instead you are always rolling your eyes at me. 🙄

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— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass

January 14, 2010
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"sandra" wrote: [quote="MIBby"]I can only imagine what kind of weird chick I come home with 😕

Laugh So thats a go? 😉

Wouldn't it be interesting to find out? lol

I could be tempted to find out.

MIB they once called me. Yes, that was my name. But you probably never heard of him. [/hipster]

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