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Which is right? One husband or as many as you can support?
For you women out there
NO husband isn't an option?
If I had to choose, then just one would suffice. One headache is enough! ;p I'm kidding!
I really would only choose one, though, because I am into monogamy.
LOL!!!!! I know you said for Women. But, I'm not sharing my Girl with "Anybody". LOL AGAIN.
One husband. I'm pretty sure your husband would not be happy if you chose to take another...
I love my husband very much, but even if I was rich - I couldn't handle more than one! Seriously, though, I believe monogamy is the way to go.
One husband for me. I love the bond my husband and I have and wouldn't want to share that with someone else. Besides, I don't think he'd want to share me just like I'd never share him.
I'm thinking (hoping!) this is a joking response to a question I saw the other day about how many wives it's okay to have. In which case I would say as many as possible, as long as they continue to buy me pretty things
But in all seriousness, I think the bond between husband and wife, or even between boyfriend and girlfriend (or a homosexual couple - you just need to swap the nouns around a little bit), is something that is incredibly special and should not be cheapened by attempting to carry on a relationship with more than one person. Plus think of all the nagging you'd get from having more than one wife/girlfriend. And all the dirty socks that would be left on the floor if you had more than one husband!
One husband is enough to take care of. I want as stress-free a relationship can be. My partner gives me that and I couldn't handle another male in the house. My partner needs to remain busy or I would get frustrated.
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