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By Anonymous - / Sunday 27 October 2013 23:46 / United States - Paramus
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Maybe he was just overwhelmed by everything or unsure and hoping sex would help resolve his issues? Either way, he did not approach this in the correct manner.

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32- it would definitely be a difficult dilemma, I mean they're awesome, but too awesome to handle, but they're too awesome to walk away from, but they're too awesome to stay with PARADOXENCOUNTERED/ERRORCODE: 658637857/c7584 SYSTEMFAILURE

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I mean this may be me - but I feel as though just the context of the words "I don't think we were meant to be together" could mean that he just felt she was too attractive for him. I felt the same way when me and my girlfriend got together. I felt like I held her back. Just my opinion though!:)

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My understanding is that he fainted after seeing her naked, either for superficial reasons or just because he was nervous, and he took the fainting as a sign that they're not "destined" to be together.

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My assumption is that he may have just discovered he is gay. It's quite OK to be gay or straight, but after you just got married is a hell of a time to figure that out.

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I feel like he fainted from being nervous (although that doesn't explain how he thinks they aren't meant to be together) because I don't think it's possible to faint from seeing something you're not attracted to. Also, if OP has small boobs (once again, how do you faint from that?!), even if they did wait until marriage, you can usually tell someone's boob size from looking at them clothed. Hopefully OP comments.

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#26, I fail to understand your comment. Are we to presume that because you may live with your soon to be fiancé/fiancée that you must undress in front of each other on a daily basis? Maybe they didn't believe in defiling what was to happen on their special day. Some couples believe in abstinence and don't want to partake in any sort of sexual activity until married. Just a thought though...

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Sure its their choice, but it probably wasn't a very smart one. Marrying someone is a commitment to be together forever. Why promise someone that you will live in the same house as them, sleep in the same bed, and share almost everything without ever having lived together, seen each other nude, or had sex? After all, you plan on doing all those three things with them until you die, so why decide you want to do that with someone forever if you've never done it before?

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Totally agree, OP COMPLETELY deserves this. Lets be real, we all get one, short life, you have to be pretty stupid to throw away natures best gift, unless you're just using 'abstinence' as an excuse for what you can't get anyway, which a lot of the people who practice it are doing. IMO, you have to be socially retarded to even consider 'abstinence'.

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@246 Do you really have to resort to petty personal insults because you can't think of a logical set of reasons support your side of the argument? Thanks for proving my point :)

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1. Making a statement that different people have different opinions is not point for an argument, so I'll just ignore that. 2. I'm all for everyone having the right to believe in what they want, except of course when people try to force it on others or put influence on politics, but I'm not going to accept religion for a reason for someone being abstinent, its a cop-out answer, and I refuse to believe that someone would be a prude because they think some almighty vengeful sky wizard will burn and torture them for eternity if they succumb to the urges and biological drive that he supposedly gave them in the in the first place. 3. Thats pretty much the same as your first comment. Please don't chant one-liners that you heard elsewhere, you sound like a Fox News anchor or an anti-choice person. 4. That, is your first logical point. True. I guess its hard to understand for someone who has a normal sex drive. 5. "Just cause" is not a real reason. Continue, if you wish..

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You're, right, #13. He could have been nervous. In which case the answer is none of the above for #8. Although the fact that most everyone is ignoring is the possibility that Op's husband is an inconsiderate asshole who needs to grow up before he gets married. I'm sure Op likes women, #8, and Op could potentially have small boobs, which is perfectly okay.

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