ksl wrote:Actually everyone is jumping to conclusions, without proof.
Well, yes. All we can do is take it all at face value.
There are many possible scenarios one can think of. Heck, we could be talking to Tiger Woods, for all we know.
Ha ha yes Tiger Woods! I know I came over a little harsh on women, and know full well men are no different.
I have had a couple of long term relationships over 2 years that is, and also discovered they had other partners when i was away, though i guess because I had already said I wasn't interested in marriage....They married within a year of our break up, I just couldn't figure out at first why I was being dumped after a couple of years, then I realised that women want security more than love in most cases, can't say has i blame them if they can get away with it. Though this old dog as been burnt several times in courtship too
Though i guess its a matter of just how liberated we all are. Sex in the City comes to mind.
Though experienced women know exactly what they want, and will go the extra mile to get there way.
Oddly enough I actually decided on marriage after 23 years of divorce, in one day after meeting my wife, knowing full well we didn't love each other, but we both wanted it to work, and agreed on a commitment, I'm happy to say that my love and admiration grew each day, and we have now been happy for 10 years.
Just to surprise you all, I met my 2nd wife online, chatted for 3 months, then decided to meet to see if we was compatible, so I flew from Europe to Taiwan, and whisked her away to get married in Denmark, after her fathers permission that is.
My past relationships was love at first sight, all the gooey weak knees, stuff but over time, when the bubble burst and marriage was on the cards I came to my senses, that love was just an illusion created by the 7 senses. So I settled for the commitment and fell in love