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Marriage Licence should have to be renewed like a drivers licence?

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Marriage Licence should have to be renewed like a drivers licence?

I came across this hilarious post and I think it’s so true. What do you think if the government would Have people renew their marriage licenses like they do drivers licence do you agree with this or nah lol
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Too many marriages are dysfunctional, this would just be another source of drama.
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LOL... Just imagine bridezillas organizing parties to "celebrate" the marriage license renewal and the amount of new threads created here asking how much money to give as a present
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roblombardi wrote: LOL... Just imagine bridezillas organizing parties to "celebrate" the marriage license renewal and the amount of new threads created here asking how much money to give as a present
Lol!! Imagine all the guys being “good” husbands when renewal time comes around
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Sounds like a great idea. You enter a marriage "contract" for 5 years and when its up you can either renew with your current spouse or see if you can negotiate a better deal elsewhere, maybe a newer model with more up to date features or one that has requires less maintenance and has a lower cost of ownership. If you choose not to renew you can leave with what you brought to the marriage along with half of the equity built up during the 5 year contract period.
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Lol... or you can just not marry?

Though your premise is kind of incorrect, marriage licences are almost like "permission" from the government to marry.
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Heavenleigh85 wrote: I came across this hilarious post and I think it’s so true. What do you think if the government would Have people renew their marriage licenses like they do drivers licence do you agree with this or nah lol
Who gets to do the test drive?
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idontwantausername wrote: Get rid of marriages period.

If you wanna leave you leave.
You're a free thinking man.

In Ontario that'll only take half your assets and future income.
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And they charge a renewal fee tied to inflation .........
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dirtmover wrote: Sounds like a great idea. You enter a marriage "contract" for 5 years and when its up you can either renew with your current spouse or see if you can negotiate a better deal elsewhere, maybe a newer model with more up to date features or one that has requires less maintenance and has a lower cost of ownership. If you choose not to renew you can leave with what you brought to the marriage along with half of the equity built up during the 5 year contract period.
Yep you know we are all about the best deal on this site!
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