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By anonymous / Sunday 26 May 2013 12:23 / Australia
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That's why you never talk about the temperature of your feet, OP. You simply place them on your partner's exposed skin to demonstrate.

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That would remedy the icicle feet but might now work so well the next day when the groom doesn't show.

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you know that superstition about not seeing your spouse-to-be shortly before your wedding? I guess perhaps that was a pretty smart idea.....

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Depends on what she meant. "My feet are cold" refers to her lower extremities at only that moment. If she was making a random observation, whether or not it included right that second, "I have cold feet" makes a lot of sense. To be honest, I use the latter when I'm trying to mooch body heat off of people for my hands. Like, "Oh, it's just a fact of life that I have perpetually freezing fingers, you should probably do something about them." :3

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In bed I usually just put my feet by his legs and give him a "please let me keep my feet on you cause I'm cold" look. Most of the time it doesn't work...

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I mean, its a fucking sentence, you can say whatever you want. Are you guys actually going to put YDI just because she didn't form the sentence the 'normal way'?

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Anyway she said it would've sounded like she was nervous about the wedding. I mean, in dead thoughtful silence the night before her wedding she says "I have cold feet" you'd be crazy to not assume she meant she was worried.

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Well it was maybe not the best way to put it - but surely it is better to find out now that the fiance is getting cold feet?

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I would've said "my feet are cold" because saying "I have cold feet" for any reason that close to a wedding is a terrible idea. I'm guessing they don't communicate very well if she didn't realize this until the night before the wedding though.

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you probably phrased it like that because deep down you did have cold feet about the wedding... didnt you?

That's why you never talk about the temperature of your feet, OP. You simply place them on your partner's exposed skin to demonstrate.

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women have worse circulation than men! rise, my sisters, and bury your feet into the legs of all men!

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no matter what were wearing, we gotta keep the uteruses heated! we typically have lower blood pressure too. im actually always hot, but my feet lose feeling very easily, regardless of what im wearing. so, false.

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It's not related to how much the woman in question is wearing. I'm going to assume most of this stuff happens while in bed, where both of you would be wearing very little. Women do have worse circulation than men, especially in the legs and a woman can wear 5 pairs of socks and her feet can still be freezing. I don't know how common it is but all the women I've known (myself included) are very sensitive to the temperature of their feet and I for one, can't sleep if my feet aren't at the perfect

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Even under a couple blankets my feet can get very cold, and like every other woman I put my feet between his legs to warm up.

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It wasn't going to come up until she made that comment. Her fiancé was obviously keeping the fact hidden since this happened the night before their wedding. It most likely wouldn't have been said. I do agree that it is a good thing though because they can evaluate their relationship with interests for both partners.

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I agree with Hannah. If the guy was doubting the marriage in the first place, then getting actually married wouldn't help the issue. Divorces are common for a reason. It was good it got out in the open before the "I do's".

I think you dodged a bullet OP considering how quick he was to call it off. Didn't even discuss it or anything...

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As much as that sucks, it's a good thing you've realised this now rather than ending up with a failed marriage.

Well hopefully you've been able to talk this through and had a lovely wedding. #2 Who cares how she said it? I think she is better off knowing her fiance has got second thoughts.

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in case you didnt know, it would be annoying to post the same comment to evert post that stated YDI for her sentance structure. Not to mention, this comment works perfectly well as a stand-alone.

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