romance

@riyasam (16578)
India
January 14, 2007 12:02am CST
would you read romantic books even after you are married?
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25 responses
• India
14 Jan 07
Sorry i can't get time to read romantic books, if i get free time i read only swamy vivekananda life stories and subashchanda bose life stories and other national leaders life histories. i like all history books not romance
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@riyasam (16578)
• India
14 Jan 07
thanks for responding.
@shelly43 (1197)
• Australia
4 Aug 08
no i wont read them but i will watch a great romance on a dvd. i love a great romance and always look out for new releases lol.. hugsssssss
@riyasam (16578)
• India
4 Aug 08
reading is my hobby.have a great day.
@konzen (272)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
if you love reading then it doesn't really matter what you even after you get married. who knows maybe you could get some ideas you can share with your husband.
@marciascott (25555)
• United States
27 Dec 07
That is very true. She did pretty good with this Topic.
@marciascott (25555)
• United States
14 Jan 07
I never read books, I'm always on my computer that's enough reading for me, I will watch a romance movie.
@riyasam (16578)
• India
26 Dec 07
guess your thinking is also right.
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@seewhy (231)
• Australia
14 Jan 07
I haven't read a romance novel in years. I find them a bit sickly sweet and they tend to portray love and romance in an unrealistic way. I much prefer reading non fiction or when I do read a novel I like a good mystery... something to keep me on my toes:)
• United States
14 Jan 07
Not all romance books portray love in the same way. There are different types of romance books, and mulitude of genres within the genre. Romance is fiction, by definition is not suppose to be completely realistic. If you were to name any classical literature there would be something in, I could point to, as being non- realistic. Are mysteries realistic?
• India
14 Jan 07
Reading books is my hobby be it romance books or some other. My husband will not object as he knows i love reading books and he would want me continue my hobbies
@riyasam (16578)
• India
14 Jan 07
i am in agreement with you.
31 Jan 07
I used to but maybe thats because it wasn't a very happy marriage.
• United States
31 Jan 07
I am married. And I read Romance books like crazy! Why not? It is simply an escape from reality... not to mention a good romance novel can put you in the mood for about anything, and your hubby should like that!!!!
@ukchriss (2103)
31 Jan 07
Yes, why should it make a difference if you are single or married?
@alagiri (79)
• India
18 Jan 07
no i wont
• India
15 Jan 07
pf course yes - i have been happily married for the ast 10 years - and i stil read romance novels.
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
i would rather watch a romantic movie rather than reading it.
@opinder (423)
• India
15 Jan 07
i don't understand how does marriage stop you from reading romantic...or any books for that matter. in case you imply that after marriage a person has enough romance in life to read any....well.....that's a different case:) ;)
@mishang (500)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
yes, i will still read romantic books even when i get married because the romance is just started after the marriage ends. :)
• India
15 Jan 07
Reading romantic books I guess has nothing to do with you getting married. Reading is a hobby and what kinda book you read depends on your interests. Some raed fiction, some action, some suspense, some trageic. I do read. but not at novels as i think they are wastage of time and energy.
• India
15 Jan 07
Y dear what happens after marraige do we become Un romatic. If this is the case then its difficult bcoz i am very much romantic & i dont want 2 lose it. Also i am not marraige
@jobinbabu (152)
• India
15 Jan 07
i dont thing their is any problem with that,infact it will improve our understanding of love, we get the ability to thing from other perspective
@marcky (77)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
all of need money.
@lucy02 (5017)
• United States
15 Jan 07
If I wanted to. I don't see anything wrong with it. Does your husband disapprove? Mine wouldn't mind if I did or not.
@starr4all (2865)
14 Jan 07
I would read them even if I'm married. Though, I haven't read any of them in years.