Flawless couples in a marriage: a blind woman and a deaf man, agree?

@medicguy (307)
Pakistan
August 18, 2008 10:20am CST
I don't want to elaborate much on it because otherwise it would ruin the fun of the discussion which I hope for it to follow :D. Think of it as an inciting factor to spark up some really innovative conversation here. What do you think of the above mentioned subject? Give me your insight, thanks
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@valeria1 (2723)
• United States
18 Aug 08
hahahaha, now is the funny one! Well I see your viewpoint, blind woman cannot see the partner looking around like crazy, deaf man so he does not hear her nagging, am I right? I won a prize? hahahaha!
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@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
19 Aug 08
Yes dear, you have also got the gist of it. :D I mean you have to take it figuratively of course but if one strictly adheres to the very meaning of those words, then I cannot blame them. That would be a very blissful relationship, nonetheless. But as someone here has already said, agreeing to every statement can lead to an otherwise dull and boring lifestyle. Need to spice it up sometimes. Good day valeria!
@valeria1 (2723)
• United States
19 Aug 08
Medic I commented what you wrote to my hubbie that I got your funny side in this discussion and he said this "tell him that the perfect couple is a blind man and mute woman", hahahaha! Thank you Medic for having such good discussions keep it up, I love it!
@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
19 Aug 08
Hahaha, your husband really said that. Well could work either ways I guess ;P and thank you for your appreciation. I tend to write what I feel has meaning to me, not just anything random.
@Wizzywig (7858)
18 Aug 08
Some cynics might say that many women are 'blind' when it comes to love and marriage (because they do not see forthcoming problems) and that men are 'deaf' because either (a) women talk too much or (b) men dont really take the time to listen to what women say. Is this the way you were thinking??
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@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
18 Aug 08
Bravo! you understood my point :D... However, I was also welcoming of some other new and afresh looks at this very scenario. So what do you think? Is such a relationship the ultimate secret formula for the best marriage relationship between a couple, figuratively speaking since you have understood the core meaning of my discussion :D?
@Wizzywig (7858)
18 Aug 08
I dont think its a great basis for a relationship to be unaware of the other persons shortcomings or feelings but, I suppose, caring enough about the person to be able to overlook any faults may be a blessing. However, that could be quite boring to always be accepting everything and they could cease to be individuals. I think its better to have different viewpoints - if I had a partner who agreed with everything I said or did, I think I'd find it stifling and life would lose its excitement.
@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
19 Aug 08
Right on again, you are on the roll :D. No wonder why we don't see this combination of deaf and blind everywhere. There's a reason behind it and regardless of such a mix, there are plenty of healthy and progressive relationship that exists and are successful.
• United States
18 Aug 08
But of course it is flawless. She won't see his messes, love handles, the unmowed grass, etc and he won't hear her nagging and yapping..lol Just kidding, well, a little..lol
@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
18 Aug 08
Congrats! You also have got the underlining meaning of my discussion. Would it not be great for every relationship to be like that? I mean not literally of course, but if both partners agree to overlook one another shortcomings and neglect the nagging that come along as a couple package ;), then all of us can establish a long-lasting marriage or a relationship for that matter. Your participation was greatly appreciated. Good day friend!
@sugarfloss (2140)
• Malaysia
18 Aug 08
hey medicguy!a blind woman loving a deaf man?why not?love works in funny ways:)
@medicguy (307)
• Pakistan
18 Aug 08
yes, i know. Love makes us do things which a sane person would never think of doing it anyways. But then again, that same sane person would have been in love once and therefore, would have gone through an interval of insanity, maybe :D? Your feedback is appreciated.
@laglen (19778)
• United States
18 Aug 08
LMAO That would be bliss! I am very likely to go blind, (macular degeneration) so I will start looking for a guy that is hard of hearing.!!!