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How would you answer this: "I wouldn't marry him/her if he/she _________________

  1. techygran profile image93
    techygranposted 5 years ago

    How would you answer this: "I wouldn't marry him/her if he/she _________________"

    Even if you are already married-- just for fun-- what habit or attitude or belief or personal disclosure would be a total turn-off or what omission of that person would vote them off your island?  Please do not use "didn't love me" but you can use different words to express that if you wish.  Feel free to explain your answer at length.  Thank you!

  2. Sheepsquatch profile image63
    Sheepsquatchposted 5 years ago

    .....were a cannibal. Some might call it a personal life choice, but I don't think I could overlook that.

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      oh too true, Sheepsquatch... would make going to bed a risky nightly affair-- particularly if the partner were a night-time snacker.

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    Deb Welchposted 5 years ago

    I would not marry him because it was constant arguing and discontent.  He was not my boss, I have a brain of my own.  I needed more agreement - more in common between us - without that - it was no thank you - and good bye.  I never married - but came close a few times - and actually I am glad it all turned out that way.

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      sounds like you made wise choices Deb Welch... but some would say "never say never"-- that harmonious other might just be out there still.  I recently heard there is a new social paradigm where more people than ever are choosing not to marry/cohabit.

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      Deb Welchposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      techygram - There is a saying - 'that marriage is not for everyone' and possibly living together you experience most of the same problems.  I am also 60+ and I am quite happy being alone and single with a pet.  My daughter & others left 15 yrs. a

  4. flashmakeit profile image69
    flashmakeitposted 5 years ago

    I would not marry him if did not get rid of his pet skunk he wants me to watch for him while he is at work.

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hilarious-- but a good reason!

  5. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 5 years ago

    if she was religious. i just couldn't handle hearing "praise the lord" every day.

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, a good plan to know what it is that will create big issues before making the decision to marry Nightwork 4.

  6. Sanjida Alam profile image76
    Sanjida Alamposted 5 years ago

    If he wasn't ready to do things to make me happy.

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Sanjida Alam-- thank you for your contribution to this dialogue.

  7. Editorial Nation profile image59
    Editorial Nationposted 5 years ago

    stinky feet! lol It would  make me gag! Sorry, didn't mean to be so gross on a serious note I guess If he had a girlfriend would be pretty bad enough to get voted off the island! Especially if I didn't know! e might not survive the trip off the island! lol


    PS: I am married, he had stinky feet I still married him, love is totally blind!

    1. techygran profile image93
      techygranposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      ah yes, Editorial Nation, love is often blind!  At least stinky feet can be fairly easily rectified with hygiene, but I hear that stinkin' thinkin' takes a lot more time and work to fix! Thanks for your humorous contribution!

 
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