After my very brief marriage in 1984 I vowed never again and I haven't. I've already told Mr CC not to ask me because he knows the answerSF nothing wrong with that, if me and the husband would’ve split I wouldn’t be arsed getting another one either. ❤ xx
My OH of 15 years sometimes hints at marriage, then we realise it would be far too complicated, what with 2 houses, 6 children, wills, lasting powers of attorney, separate pensions (which would drastically reduce) and lots of other complications.
And it is also good to get some breathing space in our own houses (10 miles apart) when needed.
Thanks, and yes I suppose I was being 'liberal' in the interpretationFirstly I didn’t say she was in to “boys stuff” I said she was laddish, bit of a difference and secondly, it doesn’t matter to me one iota what sexual orientation someone is, doesn’t affect me, doesn’t bother me, none of my business, all I’m saying is Chloe is quite masculine (nothing wrong with that) and to be honest I’ve got a good gaydar anyway so to me, it stood out a mile. I’m not judging anyone I want that made clear, I’m just surprised that anyone watching Chloe on QVC at her more reserved behaviour, couldn’t tell. I still can’t stand her aggressive, forceful attitude feminine/masculine straight woman or feminine/masculine gay woman it’s her, not her sexuality.
Sorry for your loss ❤ x
Chloe got engaged to her partner last year I think she may work at QVC .Chloe definitely seems to be the masculine one in the relationshipI can’t believe there are many people who don’t know Chloe Everton is gay, mostly down to her mannerisms being very “laddish” I can’t stand her, not because she’s gay, just can’t stand her. Every time I have the misfortune of channel hopping on QVC and she’s there, I hear Aerosmith’s (and the Mrs Doubtfire clip playing footy to) “Dude (Looks Like A Lady)”