Your Cyvil State?

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Cyvil State:

Married
3
21%
Unmarried woman
2
14%
Cavalier
7
50%
Divorced
1
7%
Widow
1
7%
Widower
0
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Total votes: 14

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by QRS » 02 Sep 2009 22:28

Don't play hard to catch, Val. I know you long to get married :lol: :whip: :angel:
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Anna27 » 03 Sep 2009 12:00

snork wrote:So, Anna, looking for a husband candidate ? :D
No. This poll doesn't mean anything. Just wondering. Everything must assiociate with something?

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by oxy » 04 Sep 2009 07:28

We are married over 20 years and still alive. Two dragons. :D And by astrology I'm twins and he is scorpion. :D
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Jorge22 » 05 Sep 2009 13:25

I do know the term bachelor. Regarding cavalier, I know it but this is the first time I ever heard it in this sense.
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Marksdad » 05 Sep 2009 13:44

In the UK,cavalier (as a verb) means someone who's arrogant.

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by depawindu » 06 Sep 2009 07:25

:cowboy: :crown: My husbands were both gallant when I dated them; I think this may be another of those nurture verses nature questions. Does our opinion of people make them who we think they are? :love:

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Shady Croft » 06 Sep 2009 18:26

Unmarried 20 year old guy who's not interested in marriage at the time being. :)

so which one should I choose ?
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Anna27 » 06 Sep 2009 21:07

Ok, if you don't know what Cavalier means, the use Unmarried Man option.

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by depawindu » 06 Sep 2009 22:22

:) I was 18 when I married; and it really felt wonderful to be "my own woman"; though we lived in a horrid shack and had little on the table. My husband was an intellectual : :book: : and I was bored; so I had a baby :baby: at 21 :balloon: Ah, the joys of parenting :freakout: :hammer: :argue: Then we were really poor :bomb: So my husband found a hobby :gorgeous:and later, so did I :cowboy: :love: We seemed to be a perfect couple, we had all the same interests, we agreed on all the really important issues...until we married. So, he found other interests :biker: :beatnik: ; and so did I :vanish: :book: :gossip: We were comfortable in our complacency for 24 years; I became a widow and when I think back, my less than perfect husband became an :angel: Would I marry again? You know, I like watching the movies I choose, eating cheesecake for breakfast when I choose, buying something that is totally frivolous for no reason other than I want it...AH, THE JOYS OF BEING SINGLE!
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by wmcintosh » 07 Sep 2009 00:41

Didn't vote.

I never married, and have no kids, in other words, I like being single.

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by oxy » 07 Sep 2009 10:37

I'd never lived alone. If my husband would die I'd find another one. He won't die before me anyway because of my smoking. I'm still depressing and that's the way I slowly kill myself. :rockstar:
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by eRIC » 07 Sep 2009 15:32

i always thought i would be single all my life.
But at the age of 35 , surprise surprise. :inquisitive: :curtain: :| :love:
sometimes good things happen you havent thought that were for you :)
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by depawindu » 08 Sep 2009 04:42

When I became widowed, my friends and family immediately began sorting through their neighbors, husbands friends, distant cousins; "You shouldn't be alone and you have to marry while you're still :charming: um, half-way :blush: before..." I tried to explain my idea about chemistry; when the right person comes along, you just click. They said, "you have to compromise :dunno:
Compromise means neither party gets what they want...

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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by Jorge22 » 08 Sep 2009 12:38

It's quite interesting how, in 2009's world, I'm still the only divorced so far. Hmm... :)
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Re: Your Cyvil State?

Post by depawindu » 08 Sep 2009 17:09

I think there are less divorces because there are probably less marriages; more people going to their lovers with a night bag rather than bringing their cats and winter clothes. Some of my associates stay married to the original mate, set up housing with the new lover and share children between houses. Recently , my best friend (who is 58 years old) decided to get an annulment from her husband (she lived with him 18 years and had 7 children with him) so that she could marry her boyfriend in the church (she has lived with him 4 years) :widemouth:

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