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Who wears the pants in your relationship?

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NO NOT CLOTH PANTS!!  LOL. Whose decision has the most weight in decisions?

asked Jan 10 in Relationships by Cinders717 (1,538,880 points)

6 Answers

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We have always shared the pants.

"Imagine a world where we are all enlightened by objective truths rather than offended by them"

answered Jan 10 by lavender (719,410 points)
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if I ever marry, we both would.  If I ever date, we both would.  I like the idea of standing by the other and always being a unit and a team

answered Jan 10 by curiousguy (235,370 points)
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MINE...bobby knows better, cuz he HATES sleeping on the couch!!!

answered Jan 10 by mysticfemale12 (1,128,340 points)


I just love you!!! u always know the right words 2 say!!


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It depends on the decision. Some things we have equal voice in and in others one of us will defer to the other if we feel the other person has more knowledge on the subject.

answered Jan 10 by borninthemeadowcourt (404,630 points)

Very sensible;)

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My wife says that I am not allowed to answer that.

answered Jan 10 by Welloone (439,250 points)

hehe :)

Ah the old "Balls in the Lockbox" drill

Ah, so true.  In my youth it was called "pussywhipped".  But of course, I get no pussy.

But my life is easier if I just do what she wants.  Less drama, less argueing, more peace and quiet.  

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I'm very bossy, but only when demanding sustenance or sex. When it comes to most things that involve actual decisions, my boyfriend and I have a hard time making them.

Eventually we'll come to a consensus to what we want to do, but it takes a while. Even deciding what movie to watch takes an hour of our time.

So yeah, neither of us really. But that's not s good thing.

“The lesson is that you can still make mistakes and be forgiven.” – Robert Downey Jr.

answered Jan 10 by Sheogorath (46,730 points)

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