Thirty Year, Up Club.

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    Feb 09, 2020 5:03 AM GMT
    There will be those here who'll never achieve a thirty year Same Sex relationship. That will declare there is no such thing as a Thirty Up Club. Representing us Homosexusls who've reached the milestone of a 30+ same sex relationship. So I can assure them that when I marry my fiance of thirty years next Sunday. There is indeed a Thirty Up Club. Representing us Homosexusls in a 30+ year, Same Sex Relationship.
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    Feb 09, 2020 11:21 AM GMT
    Good thing is. We are both young enough to reach the 60 Up Club top.
    Regardless though, we've made it to the 30 Up Club.
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    Feb 09, 2020 3:38 PM GMT
    Wombat saidSo I've had pins made with 30 UP on them, to wear on our lapels, on our Wedding Day. To represent our 30 years together. Thus on every following anniversary, our new pin will reflect that milestone.


    That's really nice!
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    Feb 09, 2020 7:37 PM GMT
    ObscureAndFuzzy said
    Wombat saidSo I've had pins made with 30 UP on them, to wear on our lapels, on our Wedding Day. To represent our 30 years together. Thus on every following anniversary, our new pin will reflect that milestone.


    That's really nice!

    Yes it will represent a milestone in our lives. Now officially 30 years together, as a SSC.
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    Feb 11, 2020 7:11 PM GMT
    We've now reached the Milestone of 30 years together. After september 11th. That will be over half my life.
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    Feb 11, 2020 8:20 PM GMT
    I ho po e with the passing of time, we see more Same Sex Couples, join the ranks of the 30 Up Club. Something for young gay couples to aspire too achieve.
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    Feb 12, 2020 6:43 PM GMT
    Sometimes when I think wow, 30 years where did that go?
    Then when I stop ond think back of all the things we've done together, achieve together m, even endured together. Mind you 30 Up relationships just dont happen. Because not every day is a beautiful vista. They take work too.

    I feel a wee sorry for those who'd love a 30 up relationship, and spend their lives looking for the one. But have already told him to: "fuck off!"
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    Feb 13, 2020 7:37 PM GMT
    I'd love to see over the next ten years, divorce remaining low between us homos in a samesex marriage.
    Compared to heterosexual marriages.
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    Feb 15, 2020 2:15 AM GMT
    The three decade milestone will be on 5/11/20 for us. Have been married for 6 years and don't regret the commitment or the time we spent making one another happy.
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    Feb 17, 2020 11:38 PM GMT
    Wombat said
    So I've had pins made with 30 UP on them, to wear on our lapels, on our Wedding Day. To represent our 30 years together. Thus on every following anniversary, our new pin will reflect that milestone.

    In the nearly 12 years I’ve been on this site, you first told us you were dating, then married. At one point, married to 2 guys at once! And called both of them your husband, despite same-sex marriage in Australia not being legal yet, and polygamy never.

    Then you were suddenly single, moaning about not having a guy. Now, you’ve been with somebody for 30 years?!?!?!

    If this is like your imaginary trip to the US last year you’re gonna piss-off a lot of guys here.
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    Apr 07, 2020 10:02 PM GMT
    Dearest Hyacinth. I'm not sure you'll remember due to your frontal lobe damage, because of your epilepsy?
    Mixed with your penchant for re-writing History.

    But when I first came to RJ, and shared my experience of living though the Gay Plague Era. An Era that had, had a massive impact on my life. You went off the rails, and went straight into attack mode, as you do.

    All because you felt the topic of AIDS belonged to you. Because you'd allegedly lost a husband to AIDS.
    Were those of us homosexuals who lived though the Gay Plague Era, and survived, lost many.
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    Apr 09, 2020 3:29 AM GMT
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    Apr 10, 2020 3:22 PM GMT
    JustZeke saidThe three decade milestone will be on 5/11/20 for us. Have been married for 6 years and don't regret the commitment or the time we spent making one another happy.

    Congratulations mate.
    Welcome to the Club brorher.
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    Apr 11, 2020 5:45 PM GMT
    Was that's Arts attempt to Troll, and derail this thread?
    Such a self absorbed, bitter man.
    Alas this is something Art will never achieve. Spending 30 years with the same person.
    As a homosexual, I see this as an achievement, in the homosexual world. To many gay and bi men, have already told their life partner to fuck off, in the pursuit of the next best root.
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    Apr 15, 2020 8:04 PM GMT
    Deco I know you've never experienced the depth of love, were a male gave up their home and life, in another country, to be with you in America. Considering your boyfriend of 10 years, won't even marry you mate.

    As I have with my American born husband. Let alone experiencing spending over thirty years with the same person.
    Yes it's TRUE mate, I've experienced a depth of love, you'll never know dearest half brother.
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    Apr 25, 2020 6:13 PM GMT
    Now married to a man I've spent 30 years with. Wish Ma & Pa were still here to see it.
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    Apr 29, 2020 9:29 PM GMT
    In fact the next milestone in our relationship, will be me having spent half my life, with my Irish Catholic American born husband.

    Then after that, he having spent half his life living Down Under, in Oz; Australia.

    Fasinating how after spending 30 years with someone, other things that then follow, we for us anyway.
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    May 01, 2020 1:42 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    Wombat said
    So I've had pins made with 30 UP on them, to wear on our lapels, on our Wedding Day. To represent our 30 years together. Thus on every following anniversary, our new pin will reflect that milestone.

    In the nearly 12 years I’ve been on this site, you first told us you were dating, then married. At one point, married to 2 guys at once! And called both of them your husband, despite same-sex marriage in Australia not being legal yet, and polygamy never.

    Then you were suddenly single, moaning about not having a guy. Now, you’ve been with somebody for 30 years?!?!?!

    If this is like your imaginary trip to the US last year you’re gonna piss-off a lot of guys here.

    Just more of the usual mental illness from the shame of Australia.
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    May 01, 2020 11:21 PM GMT
    JustZeke saidThe three decade milestone will be on 5/11/20 for us. Have been married for 6 years and don't regret the commitment or the time we spent making one another happy.


    Congratulations!
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    May 10, 2020 5:40 AM GMT
    ObscureAndFuzzy said
    JustZeke saidThe three decade milestone will be on 5/11/20 for us. Have been married for 6 years and don't regret the commitment or the time we spent making one another happy.


    Congratulations!

    Yes indeed congratulations. Thirty years is indeed a great achievement, for both heterosexual and homosexual couples.
    Apparently we married homosexual couples, have a lower divorce rate, than the Lesbians. Time will tell how we homosexuals compare to heteralsexual marriages, in the divorce rate.