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  • child

    8 29.63%
  • teen

    6 22.22%
  • unmarried but not a teen

    7 25.93%
  • married

    1 3.70%
  • married and flirting

    1 3.70%
  • life with kids

    4 14.81%
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I'm married and I'm not against of flirting and my wife allows me it. And I allow her. But we still do love each other and gonna keep together. Flirting ...
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    I'm married and I'm not against of flirting and my wife allows me it. And I allow her. But we still do love each other and gonna keep together. Flirting is just a representation of passion.

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    i think unmarried but not a teen really rocks the mindset. still to explore more people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reiser
    I'm married and I'm not against of flirting and my wife allows me it. And I allow her. But we still do love each other and gonna keep together. Flirting is just a representation of passion.
    That's cool that u have that level of understanding in your relationship. I dont see a problem with flirting with others as long as that's all it is. Any gf/wife should know who ur going home with at the end of the day! and that should keep them happy enough.

    I know of people that can barely even look at other girls. :s
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    I voted teen since I'm 16 but I can't comment the other options cause I didn't have that experience (except child of course ) .
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    Just had a daughter, and despite earlier reservations I have to say that this so far has been the most fulfilling
    I am one of the 3 who voted life with kids. My son is 9 months old and I really can't remember many happier feeleing in my life then holding him in my arms. Being married to a wonderful woman just adds to the joy.
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    this is interesting question for me, since i am in my high teens, i say being a teen is pretty interesting...
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    Even though I have very fond memories of my time as a child, I voted, "life with kids."

    I didn't get married until I was 39 and my wife is 15 years younger than I am. We have a daughter that is 4 and a son, 19 months. Unless you have actually experienced it, there is nothing in the world that comes close to the joy of hearing your young son or daughter saying, "I love you daddy!"
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    This it tough, since I can only vote for child, or teen.

    Teen life is the day to day *****ing, backstabbing, lies and deceite, <sarcasme>which of course is fun</sarcasme>
    But also I found linux in my teens.

    This compairs with the life of being a child, were one is inocent and young, and the only problems in the world are what toy to play with, or what next to build out of Lego.
    But there was no linux....

    Well, despite having found linux in my teens I at the moment am seeing me as a child as the best time in my life.

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