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On 1/16/2021 at 8:41 AM, Zod said:

I'd just like to announce that as of today I've been living in sin for about a year and it's fuggin great. 

A year ?  haha.  Before I finally got hitched to swmbo - 5 years ago, we shacked up for 29 years.

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12 minutes ago, Paa Langfart said:

A year ?  haha.  Before I finally got hitched to swmbo - 5 years ago, we shacked up for 29 years.

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14 minutes ago, Jase said:

I've never had the privilege of doing this.  Currently clutching my pearls.

It took me till age 44, so give it time!

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I got it out of my system before settling down. And even than I told my wife we need to live together for some time before getting married.  Lease with an option of permanent renewal. 

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A "sin" is a theist concept and, as an atheist, the term means nothing to me. So, while your christian brotherhood will look down upon you as a "sinner," I consider you no less of a human being. 

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