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Yes of course.0
Yes of course.
Yes it does for me, that's all part of learning who my partner is as a person.
Yeah you learn that it's certain stuff you won't tolerate in a potential partner from past relationships. Things like that.
of course it does. can't turn a ho into a housewife. or a wife at all.
Yeah for me it does the past does after all play a part in who a person is today.
of course it does, i mean i can't keep any gf/or i can't be married if i won't tell about my past to my gf/wife.
if you were a murder, yes i would like to know, wouldn't you?
if someone wants to marry me, they need to be completely honest about EVERYTHING.
Not at all.
We don't really get to choose tho.
If she was promiscuous and people had to do almost nothing for her to jump on their dick, what am I getting out of being her boyfriend? For all the love I have, hours working for money to spend on her, and the responsibility and devotion I owe her if she is my wife, what am I getting in return that some jack-off didn't get for the cost for a few beers one night?
I don't expect virgin. I don't expect innocent. I DO NOT expect prude. I will never touch a slut or a whore.
I try to stay away from women that cause drama. Like getting mad and not speaking to me for a month for watching the family feud (they had a contestant on there, and she immediately throws down the remote and says I see what women you like, you're checking her out) or other times you tell or they find out you like them and act all mean and turn into a bitch
I mean in some capacity of course it does. The past define who we are and how we got here.
And even if I won't really care about who she or I used to be and focus more on we are it still MATTERS, it just might not matter significantly enough to sway the scales against or for her.
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