Cohabitation

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Thread Topic: Cohabitation

  • Nicholas1928 Newbie
    And when I was just about to open our apartment's door, the man living next door came to us and started to yell at how rude we were and pathetic.

    My girlfriend asked gently what was wrong, and he kept barking about how we are so reckless and influence badly their kids, and how very SHAMEFUL is the fact that we're living together and unmarried. He pointed at me and threw very sh***y words. It was shocking how his tongue was so dirty! He is the father of four!

    Of course, I raised a fist and wanted to hit his face when he said that, but my girlfriend stopped me.

    The dork was so loud and he didn't really care if he was snapping s--- at a lady's face- he kept yelling. I told him that it wasn't his darn business and we were free to live together or not. The man didn't really stop shouting. He said that the building had only honorable and RESPECTFUL families and we should leave. My girl asked again if we were making any noise but he didn't really care about her. I was his target.

    At that point, I was very angry and ready to smash the man's face into the wall.

    But I wasn't in the mood of arguing with him. I told him to just shut his mouth and got inside my house. It hurt my girlfriend very much, and she even cried.


    I don't know about you guys, but I don't see anything wrong with two people loving each other living under the same roof. We weren't getting naked in the stairs or making out in the elevator- maybe we get sometimes late, but we're both working to support ourselves. We have our parents' financial support but for us, it's not enough.


    I am definitely not really for a marriage- for God's sake I'm still in college, as well as my girl. I want to marry when I'm ready enough and capable of financially support and taking good care of her. Sure, I am planning on asking my girlfriend for marriage, but not now. The money we earn is only for studies and food, nothing less, nothing more.


    So just because my girl and I are not married, we're not respectful? We bring shame? I don't care about the laws not what people think of us, I love my girlfriend.

    I'd like to hear more about what you guys think


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    Teresa22 Senior
    It's your life and even if you are having making out in the elevator (as odd as it is) it would be between you and it's your choice. It's not really disrespectful because it's your own bussiness.
  • Nicholas1928 Newbie
    My love life is of course my own business and just to avoid things like this, I keep it INSIDE my house. I don't even know why he was shouting like that. Everyone gets home late. It's summer. I just can't stay all day long watching TV and getting fat like he does.

    Though, my girlfriend wants us to leave the building. His words hurt her very much. I wish she just sees things the way I see them.

    and IGNORE people like him.


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    Damask Novice
    Though I agree with the man (it makes me want to bang my head on the wall every time I see an unmarried couple living together), that was VERY rude of him and none of his business. If you guys want to go against the bible, that's your own choice and he shouldn't have even got involved.
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    anri hyuga Advanced
    I dont agree with the man. I mean let people do what they want. But he was very rude. Damask please stop putting religion in this stuff. Everyone goes against the bible, even the strong of the faith. so get over it. on another note Im fine with unmarried couples living with each other.
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    Omega_Wolf Novice
    well, it's your life. Make it as happy as possible.
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    AnimePhan Junior
    Damask not to be mean, But don't go into this Religion crap now. ewe This is in Love and Relationships.
    Okay first, Why is this man getting into your buisness like this. It's your life, You control it. I don't mind unmarried couples living together, Everybody has there own opinions but this man by the way you said he was saying s---ty things, He needs to shut the hell up cause he doesn't know what you and your girlfriend do. e.e I hate naggy love to be s---ty people.
  • King Troll Newbie
    I see nothing wrong from the christian view of living together before marriage...
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    Teresa22 Senior
    Some people have roommates.
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    Damask Novice
    It's not that they're living together, it's that their having sex before marriage. You don't see anything wrong with that from a Christian view? *raises eyebrow*

    ^ Just to answer your question.

    But I won't get into religion anymore than that.
    Even though everything I say is said based on my religion.
    Well never mind.

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