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Old 01-14-2010, 09:02 PM   #76
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Great find, Yavor, thanks. I like the autographing one, too bad it's blurry.

No ring, btw .
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Old 01-14-2010, 09:05 PM   #77
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Would be great if he got married!
Just don't like it that if he's married he's keeping (surely) hot pics from us. Imagine the guest list, all hot Frenchies, dressed up in the nicest possible way...
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Yes, much more fun than discussing his current state in tennis.
Well I think we can all agree on that

I know he won't but I really wish he'd pull out before the draw is made tonight.
It's to be streamed live btw I got the link from GM, still haven't seen exactly where on the site they're streaming it!
http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/...451767218.html
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Would be great if he got married!
Just don't like it that if he's married he's keeping (surely) hot pics from us. Imagine the guest list, all hot Frenchies, dressed up in the nicest possible way...



and he looks very nice in a suit.
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Because that mention on his wiki page is obviously solely based upon that bit of interview. I didn't mean I wished they were not married.
now serious(enough of jokes and messing around...hopefully): to be perfectly honest I prefer them not to get married, because Gilles is still relatively young for marriage at 25(I think it's little bit early for anyone to get married at that age, no) and because he needs to focus on his prof. career right now
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now serious(enough of jokes and messing around...hopefully): to be perfectly honest I prefer them not to get married, because Gilles is still relatively young for marriage at 25(I think it's little bit early for anyone to get married at that age, no) and because he needs to focus on his prof. career right now
Yes. I totally agree with you there Yavor. To me, getting married has to come in the mid-thirties, after something like 5 years of living with your partner, because your life is eventually "stable" and you're more mature. That's the way I see it.

... a long way to go, Yavor
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now serious(enough of jokes and messing around...hopefully)
Oh, but we are having fun.
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Men , only think of themselves
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Ok, I also think it's more ideal to get marry in 30s. But women needs to get marry earlier than men, biological clock clicking, you know.
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Ok, I also think it's more ideal to get marry in 30s. But women needs to get marry earlier than men, biological clock clicking, you know.
Oh, because getting married is a necessity to have babies? are babies necessary? I think having a baby at 30 / 35 is just fine. ^^
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so that's their definition in French?
No, not a dictionary definition, but a common take on it in everyday usage.
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Oh, because getting married is a necessity to have babies? are babies necessary? I think having a baby at 30 / 35 is just fine. ^^
ummm, I'm not speaking for myself. I don't like to have kid. But for women, in general, yes, usually they want kids. Having a baby at 30 is fine, at 35, is borderline. Past certain age to have first pregnancy is a risk for the mother (not that you would know), also a risk for baby too to have abnormality. It's easy for men to say to have kids at 35 or older. For woman, there's a lot of thing to be concern about.
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now serious(enough of jokes and messing around...hopefully): to be perfectly honest I prefer them not to get married, because Gilles is still relatively young for marriage at 25(I think it's little bit early for anyone to get married at that age, no) and because he needs to focus on his prof. career right now
I agree, 25 is early to get married. I decided for myself a few years ago that I'll be engaged until I'm at least 30 if anyone proposes to me at a younger age.
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Oh, because getting married is a necessity to have babies? are babies necessary? I think having a baby at 30 / 35 is just fine. ^^
Me too! When I finish studying I'm probably around 28, so first I need to build a career and then have a kid.
And getting married is not even necessary, my grandmother once said that if it was different at that time, she'd never married my grandfather. At first I was like , but then she explained why. She said it's more difficult to stay together, cause one can leave at anytime. And I agree with that. I'd only marry for the romantic idea of it, the dress and the party.
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We are seriously off topic here.

But I'm just really saying that Gilles is probably a bit young to get marry, but not his gf. So he has her to think about when considering marriage, well, I think so anyway. So it's really not that surprising if he gets marry soon or if he got married already (not that anyone here is surprised). And no, marriage is not a requirement for baby, but most women gets marry bcos of baby so it's a factor for consideration. Well, that's it. Enough of my view on this topic.
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To me, getting married has to come in the mid-thirties, after something like 5 years of living with your partner, because your life is eventually "stable" and you're more mature. That's the way I see it.
absolutely agree............

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Oh, but we are having fun.
yep great fun(or fuss if you like)

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Oh, because getting married is a necessity to have babies? are babies necessary? I think having a baby at 30 / 35 is just fine. ^^
good point to be honest I don't want to have children and I wouldn't!!!

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I agree, 25 is early to get married. I decided for myself a few years ago that I'll be engaged until I'm at least 30 if anyone proposes to me at a younger age.
well said!
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