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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by nam02G, Jan 19, 2020.
So you are available?
She sounds fun.
Sorry bud, but no. I remarried a good one for 31 years.
I'll keep you in mind though if something were to happen.
I would do it over and not change a thing. Things had to happen exactly the way they did for things to be the way they are now.
In other words had it not been for a crappy wife I would not appreciate the good one I have now.
There was one woman that I dumped when I was young and wish that I hadn't. I thought that a better deal would come along but it never did.
I would change somethings in my life but my wife isn’t one of them.
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I think it would be interesting to see how the results would change. For one thing, a person has to really want to change in order to. So sure, I can easily identify areas where I could have done better as a husband, that I wasn't aware of going in. But that doesn't necessarily mean I'd take full corrective action the second time.
And if I was offered a second life, temptation would be pretty high to do things radically differently from the first. I'd probably need to have a bunch of lives in order to justify repeat attempts on the same stuff.
Nope. If I married the girl I was convinced I was going to, I’d be divorced. Instead, we went our separate ways and I ended up meeting the love of my life.
I never had a failed relationship. Had a couple that were not going where I wanted so we ended it on good terms. I can still think of them as friends even now.
When I found the right one I committed 100%. No regrets.
He'll yeah I would.
I would have loaded up on JPMorgan stick when it fell to $17 in early 2009 like I wanted to....... But that SOB investment "expert" talked me out of it.
Everything else ......0 changes.
I dated a girl named Kate once.
She went and married some fancy pitcher from a cheating baseball team.
I would give her another chance.