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If the other gender asks if your marriage?

Discussion in 'MILLENNIALS (1981 to 1998)' started by Praising Him, May 19, 2020.

  1. Praising Him

    Praising Him New Member

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    I am so antisocial but one time someone asked if I was married?
     
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  2. Peter J Barban

    Peter J Barban Well-Known Member

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    If you are married, then you should admit it in a factual manner. Example: "Yes I've been married for 5 (happy) years.

    If you are not married, perhaps you can find a light way to say that. Example: Not yet. I haven't found the right person yet." or "No, I don't think marriage is for me."
     
  3. Lizgee

    Lizgee New Member

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    How did you respond?
     
  4. Praising Him

    Praising Him New Member

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    I said no simple enough.
     
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