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08/22/2009
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Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 8, 2009

By the way, as far as the will goes. Everyone should have a will no matter what. Regardless, if some...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 8, 2009

First off, there is no other reason, and I have said this many times that we choose to not sign a pa...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 8, 2009

Personally, I think you have the right to say, and think how you feel. As long as you are not hurti...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 8, 2009

I really had no intenions to start a big to do about this, I just had a question, and now this. Firs...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 8, 2009

With our wills, his daughter is the next of kin. However, I am the only person that is on the will ...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 7, 2009

It was not rude to say what I said. By saying im sorry you do not feel that way is never rude. You d...

Re: Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 7, 2009

First off, im sorry that you feel that someone should be gay to have a commitment ceremony, and tha...

Commitment Ceremony
Wedding Planning & Etiquette
Posted: Jan 7, 2009

This is my first time on here, and after reading throughout here, I feel confident writing this. Ok...


 

 

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