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Would you invite forum members or buddies you chat often with to your wedding?

  • Yes.

    Votes: 5 14.3%
  • Yes, only if we've met IRL before.

    Votes: 22 62.9%
  • No.

    Votes: 4 11.4%
  • Depends on the wife.

    Votes: 4 11.4%
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There's this poll on ESEA I thought was interesting...
ESEA said:
If you had a buddy you gamed a lot with online and you got married, would you invite him to the wedding?
So I ask you:

Would you invite forum members or buddies you chat often with to your wedding?
 

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Yes, but only if we met IRL. Considering that there are alot of personas on the internet you never know.
 

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I would definitely do so, but only if we'd have met before. A wedding isn't a good moment to meet an online person IRL for the first time.
 

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Mental image.... imagine... the guy runs up the aisle and shouts: "First!"
Or worse: "He who has any objections, let him speak now, or remain silent forevermore"

One guy standing up and starting a flamewar about the religious aspects of the marriage being BS :p
 

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Or worse: "He who has any objections, let him speak now, or remain silent forevermore"

One guy standing up and starting a flamewar about the religious aspects of the marriage being BS :p
D: Your appeal to ridicule against a perfectly valid position which criticises the social pressure that pushes people towards performing such a retrograde events in this time and age does not amuse me.


/narf
 

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Got some pretty good net friends so yeah if I knew them IRL as well they would definitely be welcome.
 

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Well... No.

There are probably two major reasons behind this.
1) It is far too easy for people to get married.
2) It is nearly as easy to get divorced. A lot of people go into it thinking that they will be together forever, but I'm sure just as many believe that it won't matter as much because they can get out of it and might just be using it for getting citizenship, or because they got pregnant, or to save money on something... the options are endless.

I would not enter into a marriage with someone unless I felt as though they were as committed to the relationship as myself. There must be a mental, physical and spiritual connection in addition to having some similar interests and goals. While I agree that sex is usually important to both people, I do not believe that it is the glue that cements or holds the marriage together.

Marriage is a lot of hard work and is not something that a person should rush into or take lightly. Be kind to others and treat them as you wish they would treat you. Do not get married, if you are too lazy to be committed to your partner and your family. Be willing to give 100% each and every day. If you are unable to do this, you know what to do. :)
 

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Rockman, the question was not whether you would get married lightly, the question was whether you would invite friends from a forum to your wedding once after lots of carefull considering you finally found the right person.
 

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There are probably two major reasons behind this.
1) It is far too easy for people to get married.
2) It is nearly as easy to get divorced. A lot of people go into it thinking that they will be together forever, but I'm sure just as many believe that it won't matter as much because they can get out of it and might just be using it for getting citizenship, or because they got pregnant, or to save money on something... the options are endless.

I would not enter into a marriage with someone unless I felt as though they were as committed to the relationship as myself. There must be a mental, physical and spiritual connection in addition to having some similar interests and goals. While I agree that sex is usually important to both people, I do not believe that it is the glue that cements or holds the marriage together.

Marriage is a lot of hard work and is not something that a person should rush into or take lightly. Be kind to others and treat them as you wish they would treat you. Do not get married, if you are too lazy to be committed to your partner and your family. Be willing to give 100% each and every day. If you are unable to do this, you know what to do. :)
Wtf are you babbling on about now???

Answer: Second option.
 

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No, I wouldn't. :D
 

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:rotflmao: i would invite that guy to the weeding just for the lolz.

But i do thing there is one option in the Poll missing which is "I don't Know" or "I have no idea" which is where i'm standing.
Does that involve getting high with the bride?
 
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