• How quickly my ex wife began to regard me as a means to an end.
  • Finding out that the "until death do we part" thing was serious.
  • Well I have been married twice. My first wife and I fought because we had children and my second wife and I fight because we don't. I learned that each woman is different but thankfully they both learned christian values.
  • It's like living with your mother only you get to have sex with her...+
  • My wife is as libidinous as I am, and after 33+ years we are still at it all the time. You probably don't believe it. Most of our friends seem to be miserable. Sorry.
  • That she had different parts then me...What a wedding night! +
  • No one ever really loved me.
  • That through sickness and health, richer and poorer, the happy times and the sad, she actually plans to love, honor, and cherish me until death do us part. I guess the biggest surprise is to find out that marriage, after all, is way more than just a piece of paper.
  • Marriage is what both husband and wife MAKE IT> I am the wife and my husband has an alternative dwelling. He comes over and has sex with me and sees his kids. I'm beginning to think I should just step aside and give my kids a chance at having a relationship with their father. It is obvious to me that if he didn't want a place of his own to go, he would have come home months ago. I am trying to be reasonable and assume that my heart is leading my head... why won't he let me go my own way? Instead I get a continual mind fuck. Yes, I let it happen
  • That I would fall even more in love with her than I already was. I didn't think it was possible to love her anymore than when we first got married, but it was. After almost 15 years of marriage, we have never been closer, and our sex life has never been better. Cool, huh?
  • That she had a load of debt she didn't tell me about until after the ceremony.
  • That women lie, repeatedly, without even knowing they are lying. If caught red handed in a lie, they call it changing their mind.
  • That her intent was to provide a highly rationed trickle of pussy in exchange for 100% of everything I could earn and create for the rest of my life.
  • I would have to say that the biggest surprise is that we keep learning different aspects of each other. That love can dwindle from everyday accounts but can be reborn when you work at it. That after 28 years of marriage your spouse can still feel jealousy. The biggest surprise it that, no matter how hard you try you will never completely know the other person.

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