Married 10 weeks-and now Separated

  • Latenight30

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    Nov 01, 2011 12:56 PM GMT
    I know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.
  • aldss

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    Nov 01, 2011 1:35 PM GMT
    [quote][cite]Latenight30 said[/cite]I know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.[/quote

    i dont ever watch that programme but i know who and what your talking about. i totally agree with you, i have so many family members like that, they meet someone, get married and then just end up talking about divorce. none of my family know about my 3 year relationship or any of the hard things we've been though. its so hard to see people with the freedom to marry rushing into things and then ending up divorced. if only they really took the time to get to know each other, work together, live together, really love each other before junping into marrage.

    so yes i totally agree with you. oh and by the way congrates on the 10 year relationship, i love hearing of long term relationships.
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    Nov 01, 2011 1:45 PM GMT
    This ACTUALLY came as a surprise to a colleague of mine.
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    Nov 01, 2011 1:47 PM GMT
    She only got married for her tv show. Unfortunately it seems her husband wasn't in on the joke.
  • Latenight30

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    Nov 01, 2011 1:51 PM GMT
    I think since in the legal sense it is a contract. You should have to enter into that contract for a year. You can't just buy a car, keep it for 10weeks and say, nope, don't want it?
    You have to jump thru hoops, or we (gay community) are jumping thru hoops to get married, but you can get UN-Married at the drop of a hat, and no one seems to care.
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    Nov 01, 2011 2:07 PM GMT
    I could care less about a celebrity wedding for the simple fact that it's a ploy and a business transaction anyway. There's rarely any merit to those anyway.

    The majority of people in this day and age just don't know how to bare and grin relationships. At the first sign of trouble or some form of discomfort people jump ship and call it quits before it's even begun.

    People are seriously under the delusion that once you are in a relationship that things just automatically and magically become better. It doesn't....at least not without some work which is another problem. People just don't wanna put forth any effort to make a relationship work any more. What's the divorce rate like now I wonder?
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    Nov 01, 2011 2:28 PM GMT
    Latenight30 saidI know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.


    First off, my hat's off to you for your relationship. Its a beautiful thing.

    Its both ironic and tragic that a committed relationship like yours is denied the right of marriage, yet these buffoons are granted the previledge to mock it. Wherein lies the real threat to marriage? It just ain't righticon_neutral.gif
  • nmf290168

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    Nov 01, 2011 2:41 PM GMT
    Presumably this is the sanctity of marriage they're protecting by not letting us homosexuals join in!
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    Nov 01, 2011 2:58 PM GMT
    Latenight30 saidI know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.
    You don't have everything, be thankful for that! Because you don't, you've learn to love. No one else can live those tough times for you, you have to do it on your own. What comes from that? Life lessons that lead you to appreciate what you have, a partner, health, family. Endurance truly does build character. You have a fishing poll and you've learned to fish, the others have fish and no idea how to care for themselves. What a rich life you have and how lonely their life is without learning those life lessons.
  • vj2004t

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    Nov 01, 2011 3:06 PM GMT
    I saw this comeing before they were married. She is a controlling bitch just like her moma. Feel sorry for the guy shouldnt have her.
  • SomeSiciliano...

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    Nov 01, 2011 3:15 PM GMT
    nr290168 saidPresumably this is the sanctity of marriage they're protecting by not letting us homosexuals join in!


    haha.....right??!!?? icon_cool.gif

    Yet another example that flakiness transcends sexual orientation icon_mad.gif
  • davidsticky69

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    Nov 01, 2011 3:35 PM GMT
    Latenight30 saidI know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.


    I don't really subscribe to your rant on some random shitty celebrities whom the rest of the society really can't give a damn about icon_smile.gif

    But hey you have my deepest respect for that kind of commitment you invested in your relationship! You and your partner surely have what many of us desire and still actively searching for tirelessly icon_wink.gif
  • drypin

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    Nov 01, 2011 3:57 PM GMT
    Did I miss something? Isn't the divorce part of the show?

    I mean, how high can the ratings stay if TV viewers just sit around watching them cuddle?

    The real question is, what's she going to wear to the divorce proceedings? If they stretch them out long enough, she could get through half the winter collection.

    By spring we'll be talking about the 12-million-dollar divorce. Where does one hire a planner for this sort of event?
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    Nov 01, 2011 4:10 PM GMT
    This is just sickening! I really fell for Kris...While no one but she and Kris knows the details for the split...I do beleive it was in poor taste for her to blindside him lack that. No wants to know that they aare getting divorced via TMZ! REALLY!

    It appears very clear to me that she has some issues with trust, when she suggested that they live with her sister in their apt along with her family.

    I would have never went along with that...as a matter of fact I wiould have never been part of the show for the first what maybe 90's days. They were never allowed any tine alone. They are freakin newlyweds.

    I have only wtached the show sporadically and that was enough to bring my IQ down by 30 points each time!

    What a waste and it's tragic and insulting how they made a mockery out of the institution of marriage!
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    Nov 02, 2011 11:15 PM GMT
    Latenight30 said having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years.

    icon_eek.gif Wow!


    Back on subject, maybe Kim was trying to make America think about the value of relationships and marriage.

    What a noble cunt/ho/booty-bangin'-bitch..


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    Nov 02, 2011 11:19 PM GMT
    Being a guy in a homosexual relationship for 20+ yes can say not having the right to the heterosexual, bisexual institution of marriage, because I'm a Gold card homosexual, does not stop one from loving, being loved and having a loving supporting relationship with another.

    But we can also look at all the misery breeders breed too, I to am free of that sin, not being born a breeder.
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    Nov 02, 2011 11:25 PM GMT
    Latenight30 saidI know that TV isn't life, but it seems to get a lot more attention than the rest of us. That sham TV wedding of Kim Kardashian is over. I have been with my guy for 10 years. Thru sickness, loss of job, death of family member and having to say goodbye to our sweet Beagle after 19years. I don't have much money, what I have I spend on us, and bills. They had everything, more than that, and they they treat Marriage, and commitment like just another off the shelf product that they can exchange.
    I wish this country would open its eyes to see what real relationships and commitment were about and stop judging.




    meanwhile the log is in your own eye. why are you so upset about such a meaningless story?icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 02, 2011 11:26 PM GMT
    I'm happy for chloe. she doesn't get much attention bc she isn't whorish enough i guess.lolicon_twisted.gif