Relationship options for the over 50's?

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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by 0to60 » Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:50 pm

I did a wedding ceremony in PP in '05 with the ex. We had already been married in the US for a long time, but as far as I know nobody came around looking for permits.
They may have come around and I didn't know. I was just along for the ride and had nothing to do with the planning aspect. :unknown:
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Digg3r » Sat Aug 23, 2014 9:39 pm

0to60 wrote:I did a wedding ceremony in PP in '05 with the ex. We had already been married in the US for a long time, but as far as I know nobody came around looking for permits.
They may have come around and I didn't know. I was just along for the ride and had nothing to do with the planning aspect. :unknown:
I did a wedding ceremony in 2006. Never got married though because just days earlier the whore had married someone else who quickly came to his senses and abandoned her.

If I was a but more learned I would have run. Would've saved a lot of shit now...
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Mrs Stroppy » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:06 pm

Digg3r wrote:
0to60 wrote:I did a wedding ceremony in PP in '05 with the ex. We had already been married in the US for a long time, but as far as I know nobody came around looking for permits.
They may have come around and I didn't know. I was just along for the ride and had nothing to do with the planning aspect. :unknown:
I did a wedding ceremony in 2006. Never got married though because just days earlier the whore had married someone else who quickly came to his senses and abandoned her.

If I was a but more learned I would have run. Would've saved a lot of shit now...
Sounds like the warning signs were there but we often miss them at the time. Hind sight is a wonderful thing.
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Digg3r » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:10 pm

That it is. On a bright side I did get two wonderful children.
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Mrs Stroppy » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:55 pm

Digg3r wrote:That it is. On a bright side I did get two wonderful children.
Nice! Good on you for finding a positive out of a difficult time.
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by vladimir » Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:14 am

Digg3r wrote:I did a wedding ceremony in 2006. Never got married though because just days earlier the whore had married someone else who quickly came to his senses and abandoned her.

If I was a but more learned I would have run. Would've saved a lot of shit now...
Hey Digg3r, my retarded brain finally worked out who you are! :lol:
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Satiated Parrot » Mon Aug 25, 2014 10:30 am

Digg3r wrote:
0to60 wrote:I did a wedding ceremony in PP in '05 with the ex. We had already been married in the US for a long time, but as far as I know nobody came around looking for permits.
They may have come around and I didn't know. I was just along for the ride and had nothing to do with the planning aspect. :unknown:
I did a wedding ceremony in 2006. Never got married though because just days earlier the whore had married someone else who quickly came to his senses and abandoned her.

If I was a but more learned I would have run. Would've saved a lot of shit now...
Just curious, if you werent legally married, how did she obtain a spousal visa? Or did your country of origin decide that the ceremony was enough to prove marriage?
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Re: Relationship options for the over 50's?

Post by Digg3r » Mon Aug 25, 2014 10:32 am

Satiated Parrot wrote:
Digg3r wrote:
0to60 wrote:I did a wedding ceremony in PP in '05 with the ex. We had already been married in the US for a long time, but as far as I know nobody came around looking for permits.
They may have come around and I didn't know. I was just along for the ride and had nothing to do with the planning aspect. :unknown:
I did a wedding ceremony in 2006. Never got married though because just days earlier the whore had married someone else who quickly came to his senses and abandoned her.

If I was a but more learned I would have run. Would've saved a lot of shit now...
Just curious, if you werent legally married, how did she obtain a spousal visa? Or did your country of origin decide that the ceremony was enough to prove marriage?
I think the 2 children were conclusive evidence plus living together for 5 years
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