Disabled Girlfriend to the rescue, Free pass lets go for a drive. First on the plane and last off we beat the crowds and take it easy Race Ya…
And the more I think about it, the more it makes sense that it isn’t.
Because after all, no matter how much time you spend with someone, there are going to be things you still don’t know before you get married.
And, presumably, other More Important things that I actually care about?
A few years ago, I used to blog under a different account, It was general ramblings about the things that entered my head, nobody really read it, or took much notice. Wheelchairs are far more superior and don’t have wonky wheeels!
Protesters in wheelchairs have attempted to blockade the entrance to the House of Commons in protest at cuts to disability benefits.
The demonstration took place as MPs attempted to exit the chamber following Prime Minister's Questions.
(Clearly I have been single a long time; I honestly could not think of a better example.) I may not be able to tell you why at this moment, but I think we’d all agree that you learn a lot about someone by living with them.
So the real question is whether its necessary to learn all of this before you marry them.
In the 21st century, the fifth richest country on earth – they are killing disabled people in large numbers.
I’m pretty sure the second most disconcerting thing my current therapist has said to me–the first, of course, being when he offered his prayers on my behalf–was his off-handed declaration that I should never live with a man to whom I am not married. ” he asked, when I referenced having lived together with my ex. “I’m pretty sure I don’t know anyone who would marry someone before living with them,” I declared. “That’s the problem.” We moved on, and I dismissed his advice the way you might dismiss someone telling you not to spend a thousand dollars on a Gucci dress when you’ve got no way to buy it: it didn’t exactly feel like the most relevant discussion to engage considering my circumstance. And it does suggest that couples who live together before they get engaged are less likely to remain married.
We have borne the brunt of austerity nine times more than any other group." Asked what was the aim of blocking the Commons entrance, she responded: “Our rights were never handed to us. "We are doing this kind of action to raise awareness of what this Government is doing to disabled people in the UK. We feel we have no choice by a Government that is refusing to listen to us, is not interested in listening to us, who just wants to keep cutting and cutting and cutting until there is nothing left to cut. “At the moment, obviously, the fact of all this money given to the DUP at the moment when we were told about a ‘magic money tree’, she said.