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Re: What's the point in Marriage?

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Re: What's the point in Marriage?

^ Love CYE :smileyvery-happy:

I've been asking myself this. I've been with my current partner for 6 years (we're both 23) and earlier in the year I asked her to marry me. I've never really cared about marriage to be honest, but if it makes her happy I'll do it. I want to be with her anyway so why not make it "official" :smileyhappy:
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Re: What's the point in Marriage?

to get divorced :smileyfrustrated:

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Without marriage, or at least the legal obligations from one partner to another, gold digging wouldn't work and WAG competition would get more intense I imagine...

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I suppose, Infinite, that "WAG" would simply become a boring "G". Those poor newspapers will have to think of something else then.
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It is appalling that people are allowed to live in sin. The government should extend the CSA to include a chaperoning service and couples should be allowed to hold hands and have a quick snog now and then but no humpty until they are married, either in a religious service or a civil ceremony. It is all this shacking up together where the roots of societies ills stem from, if marriage was compulsory then there would be no riots, drunkenness, drug consumption, nicking, road rage, graffiti, vandalism, shoplifting, anti social behaviour, truancy, idleness, worklesness, overgrown gardens, furniture dumped in the front garden, cars on the kerbside with no wheels, atheism, communism, consumerism to mention a few.
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Indeed, marriage is the loom on which our social fabric is (or rather was) woven.

 

We didn't used to have those unpleasantries when the bottom of hopes, dreams and aspirations was suitably filled early on with the red hot poker of married life.

 

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Children born out of wedlock should be shipped to Australia or maybe even China to work from the age of three.
This could bring a lot of revenue in for the UK, even at the price of £40 per child would bring in more cash than the tax on smokes.

We either put a tax on kids born to non married parents or sell them off at £40 per pop.
Much better idea than taxing hot pasties.
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Re: What's the point in Marriage?


Warren_Jeeves wrote:
Children born out of wedlock should be shipped to Australia or maybe even China to work from the age of three.
This could bring a lot of revenue in for the UK, even at the price of £40 per child would bring in more cash than the tax on smokes.

We either put a tax on kids born to non married parents or sell them off at £40 per pop.
Much better idea than taxing hot pasties.

Your words hurt sometimes :xCry:

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If we ask this in a political sense, then Marriage is a benefit indicator.

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