Another Elaborate Ditty  

FlukyCoveyAuras 55M
5 posts
5/20/2006 9:35 pm

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8/10/2006 2:35 am

Another Elaborate Ditty

Here I am, a mid forties guy who has only been married once in my lifetime, stuck into a twenty-something year old bod, without any offspring that I'm aware of (honestly!), am willing to break the ties that bind in inharmonious wedlock.
There has been little or meager intimacy between my wife and I, yet she is sixteen years my junior, we've been married for almost seven years now!
Kytnn666 has a female's perpective of this.
I am very much employed, have a nice car and all of the usual amenities a guy would have, yet there is definitely something array in the true scenario in the fulfillment of life.
My wife and I truly love each other yet as horny as I am, I don't LOVE her as a husband should.
Now, I'm not looking for any sympathy because of what I'm going through would be sacrilegious, a deviant search for perhaps a more well rounded, self-satisfying role of my being.
There was a time, prior to settling down to become the one-person-person, when frivolous past-times were the norm, existing as "just a gigolo" en-captured and ruled the life of a sexy person back in the 70's to the late 90's. Money in my hand, {that, my friends, is not hard to have, if you only apply to a certain threshold} has not been a stepping stone in my adult life, although as yours truly was not thrown into this world with a silver spoon stuck up every orifice within the anatomy, it may be difficult.
I want to move on, away from the tethers of wedlock, but I feel as though I'm stepping on extremely jagged shards of glass!
My wife, you see, is particularly susceptible to, is almost, if not, suicidal! I have to go, incidentally I don't want her to jump off the gangplank!
We've all seen marriages fail before, my mom was divorced twice, yet, why should we really need a marriage licence anyway?
The main reason to legalize and maintain the heritage of last (sir) names, was to unite clans of human tribes on blood of the direct head-tribes-men, but that's just my opinion, folks.
Seven years of our existence together with a paper will be exactly between our birthdays if there were no February 29ths, is on June 12. Seven years! Uh-oh, I know she is thinking the same thing as I am!
We are still friends, go out together, less frequently as our inaugural matrimonial beginnings, yet now, it feels as though time has arrived to see a lawyer, if it comes to that.
She, as well as I, know we cannot exist in life as we have done in the past, and I want to have fun before my days start counting down.
She has more of a right than I because she was only tweny-one when we wed!
I may be lonely, a 44 year old, stuck in a mid 20 year old body, but I'm not dead yet!


SexyRycheBabe 44F
820 posts
5/20/2006 10:32 pm

Just wondering if you were disappointed when you married a young, 21-year-old, nubile woman expecting her to be some sort of hot sex-pot and got something else entirely in return? (That's a big age gap!) Makes me a little curious, albeit it it none of my business, if you were going through a mid-life crisis or looking for a trophy wife?
Have you considered counseling? It seems as though she, in particular, could use some if she is truly suicidal and not just using it to blackmail you emotionally.

I don't mean to offend... these were just some things I wondered as I read your post.


rm_balls4u57 59M
125 posts
5/20/2006 10:43 pm

Soon or later you will have to decide what you want to do. It's to get out before she gets pregnant and then you divorce or she divorce -- you will pay till the kid becomes 18. Have you tried counseling? Give it your best -- after that -you take your losses and move on. Sorry.


FlukyCoveyAuras 55M

5/21/2006 12:30 am

Y'know Sexy, grasping the nubile, trophy girl did not enter my mind at the time, the employment in which she first laid eyes on me, was at an all night, well known chain of restaurants, where I had the exquisite pleasure of working the "night Shift" or "bar rush" hours. After being employed and maintaining the so called 'graveyard shift' for about 11 months, drunks asking for their food after only taking the patrons of the same table's last orders entry hastely scribbled on the bill and retreating to process the application, only to be screamed at, "Where's My Food!" 30 seconds later, the pick of the so called prize was the last thing on my mind.
Sure, I have modelled, and have dated envious, neck turning women in my life, yet dating celebrities, or anybody who can be "trophy girls" can be like obtaining a wreck of a jalopy as is from the wreckers expecting to drive it across Canada and back again without so much as putting a quart of oil into it.
I'm not saying that this is true in every situation, yet for the most part, this is true.
My wife and I are very close emotionally, after all, it will be 7 years in just over 3 weeks we've been married, physically though, i don't feel anything. She, as well as myself, were the envy of everyones' eyes, rumours of us splitting in the first year was everywhere, now it's like where's my grandchild? I don't have any kids.
We have become two again, a sort of convenient roommate situation which is starting to get a little inconvenient for our growing and experience for our own beings.
Life has to go on, to be miserable living together is not only unfair to us, but our families and friends as well.
Why put up with misery later when a couple can part ahead, while they're still friends?


FlukyCoveyAuras 55M

8/6/2006 4:34 am

Anyway, my mind has been set.
Shaye, I have felt that I've been the doghouse since, let me put it this way, I haven't been fucked by my wife in over a year. She turned into the most lovable, does anything you want, but getting too over-sized pumpkin anyone could fantasize about.
That is not for me.
Don't get me wrong, I love women in every shape, ethnic, and religion, but not as a a life-long partner.
I confronted, and consoled, we need space away, or shall I say, I need space. She took it so gracefully, I almost thought she didn't hear me!
I maybe broke the 7 yr standing mirror and will regret it in the long run!


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