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April 29, 2008


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I've got ten bucks that says, "frequency of sex," or more accurately, "infrequency of sex," is an ongoing issue for her. She gives herself a gift and presents it as a gift for him. Talk about passive-agggresive! This poor guy is in for a long year. God help him if he's not, "up to it," one night.

But what do I know? I've only been married, (and divorced!) three times. Do I sound bitter?

In the interest of presenting a more rounded analysis, allow me to present an alternate motivation for her, "gift": It's he, rather than she, who's dissatisfied with the frequency of their lovemaking, so she, motivated by her undying love for him, has decided to step up to the plate and, "crank it up a notch," w/r/t her, "wifely duties."

Naaa,...I'm sticking with the first scenario. Although, when you think about it, it doesn't really matter. Either way, he's screwed!

Which brings us full circle. 'Cause by the end of the year, this poor sod is gonna need a good lawyer. (And Dan, you thought this thread had nothing to do with law!) Assuming, arguendo, that the lucky couple don't live in a no-fault jurisdiction, what would be the grounds? And who would file?



is it me, or do they look like siblings?

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