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Are men secretly always looking for someone else?

This isn't a question about cheating. It's a question about being replaced by a different person

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Jaxxi 16 days ago

Are men secretly always looking for someone else?

This post doesn't say any of that.

Also note that the last few posts on the topic have all been made by the same person. Why she is doing it is something you would have to ask her.

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Tiffanee 18 days ago

In response to “This post doesn't say any of that. Also...

The last few posts have been about various topics and ideas. Its just a question.

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Jaxxi 16 days ago

How can a woman who has lost interest in **** be so selfish to not give it up to her husband who still desires it? Isn't that totally selfish?

I think it's very selfish in the case where the man does not have ED and has a healthy sexual appetite for her to lose interest and quit showing the love. Does she expect him to feel good about himself and not look elsewhere? If you don't want

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Jaxxi 19 days ago

What would you do if you inherited 1 million dollars tomorrow?

Buy a house, a car, help my friends, family, go to a **** shop with my husband, hop on a plane and take my husband to Vegas for the time of his life!

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Jaxxi 21 days ago

Of what do you never grow bored?

Watching people try to dance

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Jaxxi 23 days ago

What's your favorite Christmas Song?

Last Christmas

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Jaxxi 23 days ago

Is it rare for a couple who has been together 14 years to think about each other all day long and have amazing **** every night that keeps getting better and better plus be the very best of friends and have a blast together? Is this almost unheard of?

I should have added to my reply...that a mom friend of mine who I met 15 years because our sons became friends in kindergarten..proudly told us moms hanging out at her house while our boys were on a play date at her house....were all being REAL about what pissed us off about our husbands......where she as the host and the Soccer TEAM mom, who was also the President of the PTO etc. told us all that her and husband NEVER HAD A FIGHT ever lol.....where none of us normal moms believed her back then, but let her have her moment of thinking she had the BEST MARRIAGE compared to ours lol....eh they're now divorced, whereas those of us back then who talked about having arguments with our husbands are STILL MARRIED lol!!!

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Gronk17 29 days ago

In response to “I should have added to my reply...that a mom...

I'm not saying that we never argue. What I'm saying is that we are still madly in love and our **** life is over the top after 14 yrs. We are the best of friends and we laugh our asses off all the time . It's like magic being with him and I just wondered if it was rare because I think it is....to have found an honest to goodness soulmate- and honey we will always be together. Period. My husband is on here...read his profile. Budou812

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Jaxxi 26 days ago

Putting your head inside a flaming bongo drum is not a good idea.

Neither is crapping your pants in a hot air balloon.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Why I Prefer To Drive

Is that Jodi Arias? j/k

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Is it rare for a couple who has been together 14 years to think about each other all day long and have amazing **** every night that keeps getting better and better plus be the very best of friends and have a blast together? Is this almost unheard of?

It's not just rare, it's a fantasy. Even a couple who is happily married doesn't necessarily have regular "amazing ****" or feel passionate for each other all the time. Relationships are not one high. They have their lows too.

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Logan 1 month ago

In response to “It's not just rare, it's a fantasy. Even a...

There have been, and in the throws of the deepest lows we found our sense of humor, resourcefulness and body chemistry helped us make it through and be closer than ever. People have been trying to drive a wedge between us or break us up for years,..but it just backfires on them. I've been in other relationships, but this one is so unique and mind blowing. Happy is an understatement, I can't explain it.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Is it rare for a couple who has been together 14 years to think about each other all day long and have amazing **** every night that keeps getting better and better plus be the very best of friends and have a blast together? Is this almost unheard of?

Yes. Especially if they are shape shifters like Mystique. 🤣

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Will_Janitor 1 month ago

Is it rare for a couple who has been together 14 years to think about each other all day long and have amazing **** every night that keeps getting better and better plus be the very best of friends and have a blast together? Is this almost unheard of?

Anyone who's truly HONEST with them self, who has been in a 14 year plus relationship or marriage KNOWS damn well that this scenario is just flat out BS.
I love and respect my husband of 20 years, and am still physically attracted to my husband after all these years....however at TIMES I do not like him AT ALL, thus why I am not physically attracted to him during those times when he pisses me off...which is NORMAL to feel this way when being in a normal committed relationship.

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Gronk17 1 month ago

In response to “Anyone who's truly HONEST with them self, who...

It's not normal to be unattracted to your husband at ANY time really, even if you are pissed off at him and don't like him AT ALL at times. See, we disagree sometimes, but we don't EVER dislike each other and we are CONSTANTLY turned on by each other. It's breath taking and no, it's not BS.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Guys in the 00s were so much better looking than today's guys

Guys in the 90s were smoking hot

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

For the sake of discussion, let's all assume for a moment there is a hell. After death, what could be hell, or punishment, if you were sent to "hell"?

To be separated from God and have no way to find Him. Like stuck in outer space, or a huge vast blackness all alone...for eternity

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

How do you know what you want to do in life?

It will be your passion.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Being mediocre is easy, be satisfied with your opinions, be content with your knowledge, act like you know the answers, then you will always just be middle of the pack.

Being comfortable in your own skin is NOT being mediocre. You can be extraordinary and still be comfortable with who you are

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If you don't like an idea don't try to restrict the options of others to follow it

At least not if you live in America. Defend the right to CHOOSE.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Is it better to be told comforting lies or unpleasant truths?

Unpleasant truths. The truth we can handle

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If a friend of yours offered you a honeymoon suite as your wedding gift and when you got there they bought you a standard room and kept the suite for themselves how would you react? (They invite you down to their room after the wedding)

Exactly. Thank you

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If a friend of yours offered you a honeymoon suite as your wedding gift and when you got there they bought you a standard room and kept the suite for themselves how would you react? (They invite you down to their room after the wedding)

I would be both hurt and miffed, I imagine. It's pretty big deal and all, getting married, and that is not the kind of thing an actual 'friend' would do.

Then I'd try and forget about that minor glitch in the day...

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Piper2 1 month ago

In response to “I would be both hurt and miffed, I...

That’s what I did.. it stung a little

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If a friend of yours offered you a honeymoon suite as your wedding gift and when you got there they bought you a standard room and kept the suite for themselves how would you react? (They invite you down to their room after the wedding)

I would be rather upset, especially since it was supposed to be a wedding gift. I wouldn't have friends like that.

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StarzAbove 1 month ago

In response to “I would be rather upset, especially since it...

We didn’t think we did either but it was our landlord

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If a friend of yours offered you a honeymoon suite as your wedding gift and when you got there they bought you a standard room and kept the suite for themselves how would you react? (They invite you down to their room after the wedding)

If it was my wedding night, why would there be four adults and one bed is enough for me and my wife...

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JD 1 month ago

In response to “If it was my wedding night, why would there...

Because your teenage son and his friend came

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

Virgins should never have **** in Horror movies. Amirite ?

Somebody has to die?!

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

How many people are in the Amirite community?

Seventy? That’s it?

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

If a friend of yours offered you a honeymoon suite as your wedding gift and when you got there they bought you a standard room and kept the suite for themselves how would you react? (They invite you down to their room after the wedding)

There are 4 adults in your party and one bed. You sleep on the floor.

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Jaxxi 1 month ago

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