Gotta love my husband:

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    Jun 02, 2020 10:19 PM GMT
    He told dinner guests that: they can close all the restaurants they want. Because he has a husband who's an awesome cook.
  • HikerCamper

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    Jun 02, 2020 11:21 PM GMT
    Wombat saidHe told dinner guests that: they can close all the restaurants they want. Because he has a husband who's an awesome cook.


    That's so nice! And it's nice to see a gay couple who have taken advantage of our right to marry. I've been married 2 years now.
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    Jun 03, 2020 9:11 PM GMT
    HikerCamper said
    Wombat saidHe told dinner guests that: they can close all the restaurants they want. Because he has a husband who's an awesome cook.


    That's so nice! And it's nice to see a gay couple who have taken advantage of our right to marry. I've been married 2 years now.

    Congratulations mate.
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    Jun 03, 2020 11:20 PM GMT
    Was it difficult for you to overcome your traditional upbringing as
    a religious person ( I think you told us you were a mormon) to get married
    to a Man?
    With that in mind and have someone who is a good cook to boot
    is a very nice thing!
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    Jun 04, 2020 4:51 AM GMT
    I knew I was a homosexual at a young age. So I never fully took on their teachings and never had any desire to visit the Temple. Mind you it didn't help me declaring I was going to grow up to marry a man I was always told that was against the law, and the Priesthood were not kind to me.
    So I was able to leave that behind, instead of living a lie. It did help that my Mornon Granny never stopped loving me, and latter also embraced my now husband. Other Gay mormons haven't been so lucky.
    Then there are the bisexual Mormons; Jack Mormons, who take a wife, beed and go to the Temple.

    I have been praised for experiencing Mormonism, and getting out, and away so well adjusted. But as I said I never took it on 100%.
    Albeit I do have a faith, but don't believe darwinism killed god.
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    Jun 04, 2020 4:58 AM GMT
    So yes gotta love my husband, he loves my cooking, but I know what he likes to eat and won't eat. Meaning sometimes I need to cook two diffrent main meals, if I feel like roast Lamb. Never complaints about my hair growing long, if I'm unshaven.
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    Jun 04, 2020 10:59 PM GMT
    Oh one can be homosexual and Mormon. Who can also qualify for a Temple Recomend. It simply means, one is committed to a life of celibacy.
    I never made any such vowel of celibacy.
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    Jun 05, 2020 12:12 AM GMT
    Wombat said
    Oh one can be homosexual and Mormon. Who can also qualify for a Temple Recomend. It simply means, one is committed to a life of celibacy.
    I never made any such vowel of celibacy.

    As usual, your posts are incomprehensible. What is a “Temple Recommend”? And is your imaginary husband committed to a life of celibacy?

    BTW, first time we ever heard he was a Mormon. This is a new update. He was your fiancé, after other guys you’ve mentioned being with before him, then suddenly you’ve been married to him for 30 years. Before gay marriage was ever legal in Australia.

    But you yourself are not committed to a ‘vowel’ [sic] of celibacy. So how does that work out in practice with a celibate Mormon?
  • KluckAndPluck

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    Jun 05, 2020 5:52 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    Wombat said
    Oh one can be homosexual and Mormon. Who can also qualify for a Temple Recomend. It simply means, one is committed to a life of celibacy.
    I never made any such vowel of celibacy.

    As usual, your posts are incomprehensible. What is a “Temple Recommend”? And is your imaginary husband committed to a life of celibacy?

    BTW, first time we ever heard he was a Mormon. This is a new update. He was your fiancé, after other guys you’ve mentioned being with before him, then suddenly you’ve been married to him for 30 years. Before gay marriage was ever legal in Australia.

    But you yourself are not committed to a ‘vowel’ [sic] of celibacy. So how does that work out in practice with a celibate Mormon?




    Why are you attacking him? As the saying goes, people who live in glass houses....

    Maybe if you ever make it to the fiancé stage, then you'll have ONE leg to stand on in your attack of another person who is in a same sex marriage. From what I've read here, you aren't married, nor even engaged to be married. Yet you advertise your boyfriend as your husband. So deceptive.

    Once you walk the walk like the rest of us, THEN you can talk the talk!
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    Jun 05, 2020 8:04 PM GMT
    KluckAndPluck said
    Art_Deco said
    Wombat said
    Oh one can be homosexual and Mormon. Who can also qualify for a Temple Recomend. It simply means, one is committed to a life of celibacy.
    I never made any such vowel of celibacy.

    As usual, your posts are incomprehensible. What is a “Temple Recommend”? And is your imaginary husband committed to a life of celibacy?

    BTW, first time we ever heard he was a Mormon. This is a new update. He was your fiancé, after other guys you’ve mentioned being with before him, then suddenly you’ve been married to him for 30 years. Before gay marriage was ever legal in Australia.

    But you yourself are not committed to a ‘vowel’ [sic] of celibacy. So how does that work out in practice with a celibate Mormon?




    Why are you attacking him? As the saying goes, people who live in glass houses....

    Maybe if you ever make it to the fiancé stage, then you'll have ONE leg to stand on in your attack of another person who is in a same sex marriage. From what I've read here, you aren't married, nor even engaged to be married. Yet you advertise your boyfriend as your husband. So deceptive.

    Once you walk the walk like the rest of us, THEN you can talk the talk!

    I learned it's difficult for our gay bashing half brother to see any good in those he holds contempt for. Only to project any ugliness in his life, onto them; us. Only allowing himself to see, only good in his life; narcissist suck the good out of everyone; what his own children must of endured?
    Thus it must do his head in, that I've achieved something he never will. A thirty year same sex relationship; even a thirty year relationship. Being loved in a way he never will be.

    Since our gay bashing half brother, had a bisexual, ex-married, excommunicated Mormon, as his mentor, to teach him how to be gay.
    After our gay bashing half brother left his last wife, and kids to shed his skin as a heterosexual, to go and live as "A Gay." Once his army career was over, and he no longer needed the beard of a wife and children.

    One would of thought our gay bashing half brother would've known what a Mormon Temple recommend is.

    Food has replaced his sex life, not my husbands. Nor has my husband and I, ever made a vow of chastity, or have a relationship of convenience.
    But then truth has never been a strong factor, in Bob's character.
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    Jun 06, 2020 3:58 PM GMT
    Gotta love my husband.
    In many ways we are yin and yang, yet well suited for one another.
    I.just wish I could get him to eat Lamb.
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    Jun 06, 2020 4:10 PM GMT
    KluckAndPluck said
    Once you walk the walk like the rest of us...

    And what ‘walk’ have YOU ever done? You’ve never told us. Please do now, since you’ve now made the claim.
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    Jun 07, 2020 1:26 PM GMT
    Wombat saidHe told dinner guests that: they can close all the restaurants they want. Because he has a husband who's an awesome cook.
    Make him that seaweed pasta and he'll run for the hills.
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    Jun 07, 2020 3:23 PM GMT
    mybud said
    Wombat saidHe told dinner guests that: they can close all the restaurants they want. Because he has a husband who's an awesome cook.
    Make him that seaweed pasta and he'll run for the hills.
    Along with pickled and sautéed Sydney Funnelweb Spidersicon_lol.gif
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    Jun 07, 2020 5:02 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    KluckAndPluck said
    Once you walk the walk like the rest of us...

    And what ‘walk’ have YOU ever done? You’ve never told us. Please do now, since you’ve now made the claim.

    Dearest half brother, it's obvious he was talking about Same Sex Marriage.
    So.ething he and I have partaken in. Getting married to our man. Something you've never done before, gotton married to a man. You only have ex-wives, half brother. We get it how your boyfriend has never had a Bonafide Husband, would hesitate to marry a bisexual, with so many ex-wives. Well we know how much you hate topics being hijacked, and this topic is about my husband, and not you dearest half brother, or the Bonafide husband, you've never had Bob.