If you're here to check out my profile then welcome! If you're here about my gambling debts then the check is in the mail I swear...
There hasn't been a site better than this one was at its prime, the only think that in my opinion has come close is cheezburger and I think reddit could be fun if I could begin to understand it. I don't still like it here, I come back HOPING I'll like something even though usually everything is subpar, bland, pseudo-political, anti-government, anarchist, socialist, religious, anti-religious or stolen from another site. Which sucks. A lot. of shark testicles. daily.
Obviously we're talking about somewhere where cheating isn't illegal because that's the frame of reference that the poster laid out. Contracts don't give people rights and contracts don't make things illegal. Don't get me wrong, if you want to lay out a prenup you can put almost anything on there, adultery included, but that doesn't make it illegal. Illegal would be if the government put in place laws that made it illegal.
Let me put this in context of the post. You're saying that it's already illegal to cheat on your spouse. Okay so why is nobody punished for it? You won't find any police officers who will arrest someone for breaking the sanctity of marriage. You won't find a judge who will charge someone for cheating. Therefore my only conclusion is that a marriage contract must be a moral/social contract and not a legal one. Either the post is agreeing with something that already happens or the poster is talking about making cheating a legal wrongdoing and not a moral one. Contracts do not equal rights by the way.
They're not good or bad. It's a fact that it's just the average or most observed manner in which people act/feel/think. We have outliers and then the group that assume the standard. It's whatever you feel most comfortable with. It doesn't make you more or less a better person for acting any certain way, whether it's inside or outside social norms. There's a certain group of people (hipsters) that put on a phony act of of being different for the sake of being unconventional, and see those 'normal' people as less valuable. And then there's people who assume the standard and feel that about different people. Just do what you want and don't care about what people think is the point.
I think it's the opposite for me. When I went to gym regularly, seeing people in shape inspired me to keep coming back. It was a great feeling to get to the same level of fitness as someone that I admired.
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