Where do you draw the line?

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  • Willow
    Willow Posts: 10,643
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  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 16,376
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    In defense, Tom keep in mind that Titanic is 20yrs old, and 3:15hrs minutes long
    My wife wouldn't expect me to endure the movie...just saying
    Okay, that's a given. This is your wife and she knows you. I know you. I wouldn't expect the same. You have history. My wife and have history.

    Given a "somewhat new" relationship? Different story.

    If I met the woman of my dreams? If she wanted to watch Opera? Well, I would not agree to it at first (obviously) but if it was in her heart and this is what she wanted to watch?

    I would leave her. This is me. I can not STAND opera. Same thing with Rap.

    That said, anything thing else we both agree on and are cool with? Even if it was something that wasn't......let's say.....100% cool with me on all levels?

    If I loved that woman? If I wanted to be with that woman? If I adored that woman? If that woman was one that no other woman could top?

    I'd watch the damned movie. No questions asked and I would watch it again 10X only because to be in this wonderful woman's life.....?......it's something that I would never question. When you love someone? You know it. When you want to be with someone? You know it.

    When you want to be like Bruce? Leave the woman.

    There are two paths here in life.

    Don't be like Bruce........or?

    Embrace that woman in so much love that it works for life.

    Anything else is BS on any and all levels........and IMNSHO? Not worth it at all.

    Tom

    ~ In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence. ~
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 22,133
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO
  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 16,376
    TBT man, TBT.

    Tom
    ~ In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence. ~
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  • Moose68Bash
    Moose68Bash Posts: 3,841
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO

    I would be careful.

    She may simply be testing whether you have developed sophisticated taste and intelligence or, perhaps, whether you have no taste or curiosity at all.

    Or, whether you are completely self-absorbed or whether you are interested in satisfying her interests, even when they are not fully compatible with your own.

    For example, IMNSHO, anybody who categorically refuses to experience a good production of Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" or Puccini's "La bohème" or Strauss's "Der Rosenkavelier" has not developed a very refined taste for music or sense of aesthetic and intellectual curiosity.

    Nobody has to like any of these operas, much less rave about them, but to refuse the experience of an artistic achievement of this magnitude -- well, it doesn't make sense to me.

    C'est la vie.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.
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  • motorhead43026
    motorhead43026 Posts: 3,892
    edited November 2017
    Like Richard Prior, tell her to hit the door, but leave the you know what.
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  • Viking64
    Viking64 Posts: 5,890
    Richard Prior.

    As opposed to "Richard Subsequent"?
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 22,133
    edited November 2017
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO

    I would be careful.

    She may simply be testing whether you have developed sophisticated taste and intelligence or, perhaps, whether you have no taste or curiosity at all.

    Or, whether you are completely self-absorbed or whether you are interested in satisfying her interests, even when they are not fully compatible with your own.

    For example, IMNSHO, anybody who categorically refuses to experience a good production of Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" or Puccini's "La bohème" or Strauss's "Der Rosenkavelier" has not developed a very refined taste for music or sense of aesthetic and intellectual curiosity.

    Nobody has to like any of these operas, much less rave about them, but to refuse the experience of an artistic achievement of this magnitude -- well, it doesn't make sense to me.

    C'est la vie.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.

    A little more reading is required there moose baby. That quote is from Tom's post. Bold section below.
    So before you try to insult my intelligence or maturity or anything else you might try to understand i was making a funny
    Hahaha ;):p;)





    treitz3 wrote: »
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    In defense, Tom keep in mind that Titanic is 20yrs old, and 3:15hrs minutes long
    My wife wouldn't expect me to endure the movie...just saying
    Okay, that's a given. This is your wife and she knows you. I know you. I wouldn't expect the same. You have history. My wife and have history.

    Given a "somewhat new" relationship? Different story.

    If I met the woman of my dreams? If she wanted to watch Opera? Well, I would not agree to it at first (obviously) but if it was in her heart and this is what she wanted to watch?

    I would leave her. This is me. I can not STAND opera. Same thing with Rap.


    That said, anything thing else we both agree on and are cool with? Even if it was something that wasn't......let's say.....100% cool with me on all levels?

    If I loved that woman? If I wanted to be with that woman? If I adored that woman? If that woman was one that no other woman could top?

    I'd watch the damned movie. No questions asked and I would watch it again 10X only because to be in this wonderful woman's life.....?......it's something that I would never question. When you love someone? You know it. When you want to be with someone? You know it.

    When you want to be like Bruce? Leave the woman.

    There are two paths here in life.

    Don't be like Bruce........or?

    Embrace that woman in so much love that it works for life.

    Anything else is BS on any and all levels........and IMNSHO? Not worth it at all.

    Tom
  • motorhead43026
    motorhead43026 Posts: 3,892
    edited November 2017
    Like Richard Prior, tell her to hit the door, but leave the you know what.




    Richard Pryor..................spell check Ugh.


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  • dromunds
    dromunds Posts: 9,708
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  • One important question that hasn't been asked in this thread is this:
    "How is she in the sammich making department ?".
    Let's get our priorities in order, gentlemen.

    I'd like to meet the girl of my dreams.
    Shoot, I'd like to meet the girl of YOUR dreams.
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  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 16,376
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO

    I would be careful.

    She may simply be testing whether you have developed sophisticated taste and intelligence or, perhaps, whether you have no taste or curiosity at all.

    Or, whether you are completely self-absorbed or whether you are interested in satisfying her interests, even when they are not fully compatible with your own.

    For example, IMNSHO, anybody who categorically refuses to experience a good production of Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" or Puccini's "La bohème" or Strauss's "Der Rosenkavelier" has not developed a very refined taste for music or sense of aesthetic and intellectual curiosity.

    Nobody has to like any of these operas, much less rave about them, but to refuse the experience of an artistic achievement of this magnitude -- well, it doesn't make sense to me.

    C'est la vie.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.

    So, I offer an opinion and speak the truth......I am now a self-absorbed, non refined, unintelligent, no taste kind of guy who has zero curiosity or interests in satisfying her interests?

    Guilty as charged. I would rather lick a toilet clean with my tongue than watch or listen that crap.....and yes, if I dated a woman (I am happily married for over a decade now) and she wanted me to go watch an opera with her? I would use my self absorbed, uneducated redneck, uninterested, no taste, no musical taste posterior and walk right out the door.

    I mean really. Why would I want to spend my life with someone who obviously has drastically different tastes than I? No thanks, I'd rather live my life with the woman I married that shares the same interests, religious, political and musical tastes as I so I can ride off into the sunset of life enjoying things with her.

    I akin watching a great opera to eating liver. FWIW, I involuntarily threw up the last time liver entered my mouth. I suppose, based upon your criteria, that I have not developed a refined taste palette as well. Again, guilty as charged.

    There are 4 things in life that I hate. Those are rap, opera, liver and terrorists. I wonder what that makes me now....

    While I can fully respect and appreciate the surprisingly hard amount of sheer talent it takes to perform an opera, that does not automatically translate into opera being something that I would like to ever listen too. If that makes me a self-absorbed, non refined, unintelligent, no tastes kinda guy?

    That's the type of guy I want and aspire to be.

    Tom
    ~ In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence. ~
  • Moose68Bash
    Moose68Bash Posts: 3,841
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO

    I would be careful.

    She may simply be testing whether you have developed sophisticated taste and intelligence or, perhaps, whether you have no taste or curiosity at all.

    Or, whether you are completely self-absorbed or whether you are interested in satisfying her interests, even when they are not fully compatible with your own.

    For example, IMNSHO, anybody who categorically refuses to experience a good production of Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" or Puccini's "La bohème" or Strauss's "Der Rosenkavelier" has not developed a very refined taste for music or sense of aesthetic and intellectual curiosity.

    Nobody has to like any of these operas, much less rave about them, but to refuse the experience of an artistic achievement of this magnitude -- well, it doesn't make sense to me.

    C'est la vie.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.

    A little more reading is required there moose baby. That quote is from Tom's post. Bold section below.
    So before you try to insult my intelligence or maturity or anything else you might try to understand i was making a funny
    Hahaha ;):p;)





    treitz3 wrote: »
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    In defense, Tom keep in mind that Titanic is 20yrs old, and 3:15hrs minutes long
    My wife wouldn't expect me to endure the movie...just saying
    Okay, that's a given. This is your wife and she knows you. I know you. I wouldn't expect the same. You have history. My wife and have history.

    Given a "somewhat new" relationship? Different story.

    If I met the woman of my dreams? If she wanted to watch Opera? Well, I would not agree to it at first (obviously) but if it was in her heart and this is what she wanted to watch?

    I would leave her. This is me. I can not STAND opera. Same thing with Rap.


    That said, anything thing else we both agree on and are cool with? Even if it was something that wasn't......let's say.....100% cool with me on all levels?

    If I loved that woman? If I wanted to be with that woman? If I adored that woman? If that woman was one that no other woman could top?

    I'd watch the damned movie. No questions asked and I would watch it again 10X only because to be in this wonderful woman's life.....?......it's something that I would never question. When you love someone? You know it. When you want to be with someone? You know it.

    When you want to be like Bruce? Leave the woman.

    There are two paths here in life.

    Don't be like Bruce........or?

    Embrace that woman in so much love that it works for life.

    Anything else is BS on any and all levels........and IMNSHO? Not worth it at all.

    Tom

    I understood that it was from Tom's post, but if you read what I wrote carefully and not literally, then you will see that my point applies.

    I also understood that Tom's comments were made in jest -- as were, to some extent, mine.

    :)
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  • mantis
    mantis Posts: 16,543
    afterburnt wrote: »
    Does a man have to watch insufferable sappy movies with his woman just to shut her up and keep the peace, and I guess make her happy in some sick perverse way? I tried to watch "Dirty Dancing" with her, what a steaming heap of road apples that film was. She only relented when I started to tie an Alcatraz ascot to the ceiling fan. Seriously that film sapped me of my will to live. Anyway, she wants me to watch "Titanic" with her, should I just kill myself instead of coming home from work?
    My wife and I have very differenet tastes when it comes to movies. I will occasionally watch movies with here when she is gonna watch something that I can enjoy as well.
    Over the years I don't watch movies with her if I don't want to see it. On the other hand she basically never watches the movies I want to watch. We only watch movies together when we both want to see it.
    I think sitting there watching a movie with your wife or girlfriend just for the sake of doing it is stupid. I think it's totally fine for 2 people to share a life together and not always agree on things. I find other things to do.
    Dan
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  • nooshinjohn
    nooshinjohn Posts: 24,066
    edited November 2017
    Titanic is a pretty good 30 minute movie with a 2.5 hour filler. If you can keep from going crazy for the first 2.5 hours the remainder is good. If you skip completely then make sure to at least Google "Titanic Propeller Man".

    Titanic was an excellent film if you are history buff. Cooler still was being able to walk the sets of that film when it was being made. It was like being on board the real ship. I even had lunch in the 1st Class dining room while they were filming elsewhere.

    If you watch the ship and forget the story, it will amaze you.

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  • gce
    gce Posts: 2,158
    edited November 2017
    Wife always takes her g/f's to chick flex's. Leaving me alone to crank up the sounds. :D
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  • ken brydson
    ken brydson Posts: 8,392
    Wife and I can watch movies and TV together. Music, not so much. After 27+ years I'll still keep her.
  • Moose68Bash
    Moose68Bash Posts: 3,841
    treitz3 wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    If I met the woman of my dreams and she wanted to watch opera, I would leave her....

    Signature material Tom
    LMFAO

    I would be careful.

    She may simply be testing whether you have developed sophisticated taste and intelligence or, perhaps, whether you have no taste or curiosity at all.

    Or, whether you are completely self-absorbed or whether you are interested in satisfying her interests, even when they are not fully compatible with your own.

    For example, IMNSHO, anybody who categorically refuses to experience a good production of Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" or Puccini's "La bohème" or Strauss's "Der Rosenkavelier" has not developed a very refined taste for music or sense of aesthetic and intellectual curiosity.

    Nobody has to like any of these operas, much less rave about them, but to refuse the experience of an artistic achievement of this magnitude -- well, it doesn't make sense to me.

    C'est la vie.

    De gustibus non est disputandum.

    So, I offer an opinion and speak the truth......I am now a self-absorbed, non refined, unintelligent, no taste kind of guy who has zero curiosity or interests in satisfying her interests?

    Guilty as charged. I would rather lick a toilet clean with my tongue than watch or listen that crap.....and yes, if I dated a woman (I am happily married for over a decade now) and she wanted me to go watch an opera with her? I would use my self absorbed, uneducated redneck, uninterested, no taste, no musical taste posterior and walk right out the door.

    I mean really. Why would I want to spend my life with someone who obviously has drastically different tastes than I? No thanks, I'd rather live my life with the woman I married that shares the same interests, religious, political and musical tastes as I so I can ride off into the sunset of life enjoying things with her.

    I akin watching a great opera to eating liver. FWIW, I involuntarily threw up the last time liver entered my mouth. I suppose, based upon your criteria, that I have not developed a refined taste palette as well. Again, guilty as charged.

    There are 4 things in life that I hate. Those are rap, opera, liver and terrorists. I wonder what that makes me now....

    While I can fully respect and appreciate the surprisingly hard amount of sheer talent it takes to perform an opera, that does not automatically translate into opera being something that I would like to ever listen too. If that makes me a self-absorbed, non refined, unintelligent, no tastes kinda guy?

    That's the type of guy I want and aspire to be.

    Tom

    You're a lucky man that there only four things in life that you hate!

    :)
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  • Joey_V
    Joey_V Posts: 8,067
    No line, just compromise and give and take. Not rocket science.
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  • kharp1
    kharp1 Posts: 3,453
    One important question that hasn't been asked in this thread is this:
    "How is she in the sammich making department ?".
    Let's get our priorities in order, gentlemen.

    I'd like to meet the girl of my dreams.
    Shoot, I'd like to meet the girl of YOUR dreams.

    Or, more importantly, does she have BIG B O O B S!
  • kharp1
    kharp1 Posts: 3,453
    I'll try most any social experience at least once with a woman I'm really in to, then, reassess and decide if I'm willing to do it again. If she's a good sport and goes to a ball game with me, and is pleasant during the game, I'll reciprocate with a play, chick-flick or some other event I might not be really be interested in.
  • txcoastal1
    txcoastal1 Posts: 12,712
    edited November 2017
    ^^^^That hairdoo would be a miracle for you
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  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 16,376
    ANY hairdo would be a miracle to me.

    Tom
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  • EndersShadow
    EndersShadow Posts: 17,417
    treitz3 wrote: »
    ANY hairdo would be a miracle to me.

    Tom

    Just use the elusive black spray paint and YOU TOO can have a full head of hair....
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  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 16,376
    Either that or turn my dome into a Chia Pet. Perhaps both. Paint the sides black and sport a Chia Pet mohawk....now THAT would draw some heads!

    Naw, gotta draw the line there too.

    Tom
    ~ In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence. ~