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hausfrau hausfrau 5 years
I don't think anyone is alarmed. She's not original and this line of thinking isn't original. Though it would be funny if you asked these same people why they fight so hard for gay marriage if it's "just a piece of paper".
hausfrau hausfrau 5 years
I don't think anyone is alarmed. She's not original and this line of thinking isn't original.Though it would be funny if you asked these same people why they fight so hard for gay marriage if it's "just a piece of paper".
Shannolyn Shannolyn 5 years
But this was an interview. And the interview *asked*. What also seems “cool” these days is bashing celebrities for actually having an opinion or thought in their head. Every interviewer out there wants to get some new angle on a story or delve into their personal lives, so what are they to do? Unfortunately interviews in promotion of their films is a requirement of the job. Diane Kruger isn’t penning an advice column on marriage. She gave an honest response about her personal opinion when asked. There was no soapbox involved; no political agenda in sight. It was just someone saying they had a bad experience and therefore choose not to revisit it. That’s all. Nothing to get so alarmed about.
Shannolyn Shannolyn 5 years
But this was an interview. And the interview *asked*.What also seems “cool” these days is bashing celebrities for actually having an opinion or thought in their head. Every interviewer out there wants to get some new angle on a story or delve into their personal lives, so what are they to do? Unfortunately interviews in promotion of their films is a requirement of the job. Diane Kruger isn’t penning an advice column on marriage. She gave an honest response about her personal opinion when asked. There was no soapbox involved; no political agenda in sight. It was just someone saying they had a bad experience and therefore choose not to revisit it. That’s all. Nothing to get so alarmed about.
mochababe73 mochababe73 5 years
So, legally binding your relationship is not important. I tell people all of the time that the "piece of paper" is very important. Without it, you have no legal rights. You can't make decisions for another person. I have seen this happe so many times. Person A has been with Person B for years. Something catastrophic happens, and Person A can't make decisions. The family disregards whatever Person A wants. Person A gets kicked out of the home. Not invited to the funeral. Not having access to personal belongings. Now, you want to involve a very expensive lawyer to sort it out. All of this can be avoided if you had that "piece of paper" which only costs $25. That piece of paper is important and to downplay it is irresponsible and stupid. Besides, do we really want to take advice from celebrities? They don't even live in the same world as the rest of us.
mochababe73 mochababe73 5 years
So, legally binding your relationship is not important. I tell people all of the time that the "piece of paper" is very important. Without it, you have no legal rights. You can't make decisions for another person.I have seen this happe so many times. Person A has been with Person B for years. Something catastrophic happens, and Person A can't make decisions. The family disregards whatever Person A wants. Person A gets kicked out of the home. Not invited to the funeral. Not having access to personal belongings. Now, you want to involve a very expensive lawyer to sort it out. All of this can be avoided if you had that "piece of paper" which only costs $25. That piece of paper is important and to downplay it is irresponsible and stupid.Besides, do we really want to take advice from celebrities? They don't even live in the same world as the rest of us.
white-rabbit149683 white-rabbit149683 5 years
I agree with her.No it's not just to annoy people or because it's indie.It's a way of living for some.Marriage is not something that will suddenly transform your relationship.I respect those who take that step for religious reasons(I'm not) or practical ones but the marriage industry disgusts me and all the craziness that results from the misinterpretation of the wedding ceremony.I guess I like...playing house more.
Shannolyn Shannolyn 5 years
Guess that's the beauty of having the right to one's own personal opinion.
hausfrau hausfrau 5 years
It's cool to bash marriage now. It's not ground breaking, it's not "indie" or rebellious. Everyone bashes marriage now... it's lame.
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