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By  chocolatefrog28  |  29

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  Caitie_kid  |  8

Depending on the type of dress your wearing I suppose. From experience, if it was a strapless wedding gown NOTHING is going to be able to fit in there besides boobs, and hardly even those. I had to use dress tape to make sure mine didn't come out when I raised my arms for hugs. Lol

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  Freethaawave  |  19

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  Caitie_kid  |  8

He could have at least waited until the dance was over and offered her some gum or a mint or told her about it at any other moment than when they are supposed to be sharing a romantic one time moment together in front of a bunch of people.

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  XxDevilxXGt  |  26

I don't see why it would. You're still the same two people you should be just like before you were married. Do people think marriage has some magic "turn people shitty" spell on it? All marriage is, is a ring. You've been with each other before marriage and were happy, nothing should be different after. It disgusts me how people think marriage actually changes them.

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  imagineapc  |  11

My ex-husband thought he could control my life once we were married. He was not that way before, however. So yes, marriage CAN change people and how they interact with one another.

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20, are you married? I lived with my now ex husband for 5 years before we got married and we didn't think marriage would feel any different but it did feel quite different. It was better, deeper. It ultimately didn't work out for us years later, but marriage was a different kind of commitment.

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  Lacist  |  19

I'm just wondering have you ever been married? I haven't but I know there is an underlying factor in marriage, and it's time, people get old of each other. People who love each other truly, usually gets past the 4-5 years of honeymoon bullshit. A marriage actually does change and that's when you realize that the person you married after all this infatuation, is either meant to be or not. I am not an expert at all but that's my take on how it works, I mean would a truly loving couple divorce after a stupid argument?

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  imagineapc  |  11

#66: my family still likes him a lot. He visits my parents more than I do. And every time he does, I get the phone call from my mother: "you know, I don't know why you divorced him...blahblahblah"

By  Queensland  |  27

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By  thatnucca  |  36

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