The other point  

rm_phoundrx7 40M
498 posts
7/6/2006 9:34 pm

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7/13/2006 5:22 pm

The other point


The other thing I wanted to touch on out of that last post is the whole hyphenated name bullshit.

#1. Pick a fucking name. I know feminists think that retaining your identity from the slavery of marriage is important, but whose identity are you retaining? Your's, or their's?

#2. What name do you give the kid? With my family, the first born male gets the name of the father. And it goes on like this for as many generations as possible. Adding anything to that immediately kills the tradition. So, if my wife insists on having her hyphenated non-sense put on my child's name with my full name, it will be a reason for divorce for me. To me, a bunch of pretentious bullshit is not necessary, especially when choosing a name for your child. (BTW, wtf is up with celebrities and picking really f'ed up names for their kids. I understand Zappa, because he's weird, lol. But Ms. Paltrow, Apple is the name for a fruit, or a prostitute, not a child.)

#3. If you don't want my last name, fine, I can live with that; just make sure you have the wedding ring on. After all, I'd like everyone in our offices to know we're husband and wife, not dating partners. That way, no confusion can happen with moron co-workers.

Anyway, later.

rainbowsmurfet 39F

7/14/2006 1:24 pm

Well, right. But you probably wouldn't marry someone who would piss on your traditions, right? You two wouldn't be compatible people. So therefore there wouldn't be a problem. Right? If this were such an important issue to you, I would think you would look for a woman with traditional values as firm as yours.

And you are kinda scary! Unless you really do have a twisted sense of humor.... I'm not sure about that one.


rm_phoundrx7 40M
340 posts
7/13/2006 5:22 pm

My name is a tradition. Handed down over for over four generations. I'll be damned to let me wife fuck with that. Especially if she knows the deal, and pisses on it.

That, would cross the line for me. And crossing the line with me is like playing russian roulette - ain't no positives coming out.


rainbowsmurfet 39F

7/13/2006 4:33 pm

You guys are so full of it... I am female, and I consider myself to be a tad of a femminist. I like my last name very much, and though I don't agree fully with the taking of the last name of the man, I do believe that if you are getting married, then relinquishing your last name is the correct thing to do. If both parties are agreed on marriage, and they want it to be traditional in any sense of the word, and accepted by more of the older generation of people, it's the only way to go. Although I agree if people want to change the rules a little, as long as they are both in total agreement. As for divorcing a woman because of the name of a child... ever heard of compromise? Wow! It makes me glad I don't have kids at this time. And am still not sure if I ever do want children.


rm_phoundrx7 40M
340 posts
7/7/2006 6:09 am

Considering what's said about me, probably not a good thing. But fuck'em anyway (the cute ones, well, make sure they've got something in their head before you give them a present for their belly)


rm_Erus_Amans 42M
23 posts
7/7/2006 4:38 am

Might I say you have a sick and distraught sense of hoummor, I like it. Not sure what that says about me though. Keep the posts comming they are a great read.


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