I Know I've Been Crying about Needing 'Princess Knight-in-Shining-Armor,' but ~?

@mythociate (15753)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
September 21, 2012 9:13pm CST
... what will I actually say when Lady Gaga (or Kaley Cuoco or Demi Lovato or Stephani Angelina Germanotta or Ke$ha or ... or ... oh, that one rapping-girl, or that other rapping-girl, or one of a bunch of other songstresses out there who we know are rolling in the money) comes & knocks on my door & asks to take me away as her trophy husband? I mean; logically I would say 'yes,' and we would proceed to live out all our dreams together happily ever-after. But there's other logic to take care of; will I then be an independent "citizen," or will my guardian have to transfer guardianship to my wife? Will I move into her place, will we cram into mine, or will we go find ourselves a new place together (i.e. for me- & her servants-to take care of until her next month-or-two off-tour)? Maybe that's what they mean when they call getting-married "taking the plunge"---jumping into a new life without a course planned beforehand. What do you think? Will I 'take the plunge,' or will I be too afraid to jump into a murky future?
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• United States
23 Sep 12
I never think love and marriage will mix for me. So when my prince finally came I told him point blank I will never marry him. I chose love Over marriage. If you don't want to marry , the perfect Princess for you will not want to marry either.
@mythociate (15753)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
23 Sep 12
"Marriage" is just so the parents can have a 'paid in full'-label to put on their children ... kind of an 'A+' on the science-projects that are their little-ones, a "done good!" and pat on the head from our big grandDaddy in the Sky.
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• United States
23 Sep 12
Nope. If that were true Grand Daddy wouldn't have said Adam and Eve Had to marry after the tree incident. It is just a revenge factor on both Sexes. Adam Had to go work to support Eve. And Eve Had to obey Adam. Does this sound like a plan for happiness? No! Now we say I want a child but not marriage. I want love Without children. If an accident happens , you can either abort or send it out to be adopted.and that gay people can marry. Granddaddy lost full control when he had the stupid idea to plant that tree of knowledge. I will always see that as a set up. It is far better that a male who Never would be a good father leaves and a child is raised without a abusive father. Yes I said abusive. Being ignored is just as worse as being hit! So in other words I think it is far better to Not marry and be happy than Have to marry and make your life a misery.
@mythociate (15753)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
23 Sep 12
Wrong. Adam & Eve were married BEFORE the 'Fall of Man.' And Eve obeys Adam because ... well, look what happened when Adam obeyed Eve (and ate of the fruit like she told him to). If Adam HADN'T obeyed Eve, she would just be another 'Sophia' (or some other wife no one's supposed to know Adam had ) And that 'better not to know your father'-babble, that's ... well, I guess it's okay, in this world where no one depends on anyone else (yes, the land of vampires ). But in the REAL world, "independence" should be understood more as 'freely-chosen dependence' than as the 'self-sufficiency' people think it is.
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@peavey (16856)
• United States
22 Sep 12
I would hope that you jump in with both feet! With caution, of course. When your Princess comes knocking, don't worry about the minor details like where you'll live or transfer of guardianship. That will work itself out. Some situations ask that our hearts lead and our heads will follow.
@mythociate (15753)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
23 Sep 12
I will (when I do )
@peavey (16856)
• United States
23 Sep 12
@KrauseHome (35526)
• United States
23 Sep 12
Personally I would hope when this opportunity ever decides to present itself to you you will be ready to jump in with both feet and be ready to accept things as they come. The decisions of where to live, etc. are important for everyone to be Happy. It is s good thing to be able to talk about even before engagement happens just so you can learn how easy it will be to talk with them about things of importance. Personally marriage is a Scary thing and a commitment. But a Great committment and when you truly Love someone you will know, and usually even in the Bad times you just learn how to talk and work everything out. Overall, I Love being Married and highly recommend it when you're ready and have found the right person for you.
@mythociate (15753)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
23 Sep 12
I think my 'Princess-in-Shining-Armor' needs to (besides 'be a super-rich songstress') understand that every person loves themselves 'most of all' (maybe not 'a greater love than to anyone else,' but 'first of all' & 'all the time'). So I'm in the relationship for 'me and her-too'---hopefully I'll focus on 'her-too' more often than -on myself, but NEVER without 'me' (and I'll expect her to take care of her the same way ... 'me-too' most-often, but never without 'her').