Dershowitz and Feinstein and the Legally Binding Threesome

As I said in my very first post, I’ve never been particularly excited about marriage. I’ve certainly been very excited about my wife, most notably in the tearing her underwear off and holding her down department. Marriage was just kind of a hoop to jump through on the way to the bedroom. Like the church was a location bounce for a compliance test. I just plowed ahead and completed all the tasks required. Propose check. Ring check. Wedding check. Booty on tap check. Alright.
It wasn’t until much later that I discovered I liked being married, and realized I liked the idea of marriage. Last year was the long difficult 14th year of marriage where I did an enormous amount of reading and thinking about marriage. Deciding and discovering I was in fact pro-marriage (if only for myself) was a surprise to me. However one of the greatest shocks to me last year was the discovery that someone else had been sneaking into our bed for the entire time we have been married.
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  1. Wicked Shawn says:

    Kentucky is also a No Fault divorce state, err, Commonwealth, we aren't actually a state, look it up, when you can't sleep but want to do so. I do know the governor, he drinks his tea cold and sweet. He likes his cookies with chocolate chips. :)
    Affairs make no difference, abuse, no difference. Even split of marital assets. No responsibilty of marital failure regardless of the actions of either party. Pre-nups are not recognized here, either, unless uncontested, which, I don't know who the idiot is who would not contest it when it won't hold up. But, I digress.
    Loyalty, remaining faithful within a relationship, is a choice, always. Some choose to do so, some do not. But, I have never known a couple who had a solid relationship where suddenly one of the partners strayed.
    If the sex is good, the communication is good and the emotional connection is there, no amount of temptation will cause either partner to risk a truly good relationship.
    I have cheated on previous partners and I have had temptations presented during solid relationships. I have an extensive network of very close male friends as well. This is something we have all agreed upon.

  2. Athol Kay says:

    We can only hope that people don't fall prey to temptation when everything is excellent in a relationship. Though temptation being temptation it's… well… tempting.

    The take away point being that far too many people see getting married as the finishing line, when it is in many ways the sounds of the starting gun.

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