Should there be a law requiring married women to stay within 15 lbs of their wedding day weight?

Madge Pie Asked: Should there be a law requiring married women to stay within 15 lbs of their wedding day weight?

A recent study revealed that just over 50% of men would leave their wives if they gained weight.

Do you condone their decision? So much for "til death do us part.."?

Do you think that something about a woman's weight should be incorporated into wedding vows? Such as, "I promise to love and honor you…unless you get fat"?

Do you think that weight gain is viable reason for divorce and should the man be compensated, with the woman's assets, in the divorce settlement since it's her fat fault the marriage ended?

Answers:

David Brown Answered:
HAHAHAHA No I dont… but thats funny… 'For better or worse' if a little weight is as 'worse' as it gets… then you've ot a great marriage…



MR ONE EYE Answered:
It aint going to kill her if she looses weight……she will actually feel better mentally if she thin…..I dont want no unhappy chick psychopath only because she got fat…….LOOSE THAT PHUCKEN WEIGHT!!!



Sammy Answered:
Why would you leave the person you supposedly want to be together forever with if they gained a few pounds? That is very stupid and it isn't a good reason to get a divorce. You are supposed to grow old together, why would it matter after 25 years of marriage if your wife isn't as thin as she used to be? It is just another way men want to control women and get all their money, break their hearts, etc. and do it all over again to someone else.



Jessica Nacirema Answered:
They say that, but they don't usually leave. Once you're in love it's hard to leave.

I will say, if a man gained a lot of weight I'd be angered.It's unattractive, unhealthy, and a CHOICE. 15 lbs isn't so bad.30 is.



Kathryn Answered:
What if she gets pregnant???



King Zodiac Answered:
MADGE PIE- Not really darling. But let me ask you this.How much pounds do YOU weigh ?



scabs Answered:
we cater to the stupid people enough as it is. theres no need for any more common sense laws. personal accountability is necessary for growth and nature does a good job on its own of weeding out the weakest links.



sam Answered:
I actually think it should be expressed as a percentage, rather than a fixed number of pounds.The law should be fair to big-boned women, and should accommodate a small but healthy gain for pregnancy plus increased breast size for feeding the previous child.



Gender Stu Answered:
I think 50% of women married to men with big guts don't want to have sex with them.

That's what I think.



better than a stick in the eye Answered:
I personally think that is f***ed up I am a big girl and there are guys that like big girls…. it is a proven fact which I learned in school everyone that is skinny will gain weight due to the fact they think they can eat everything and when you get older your metabolism will slow down and they think they can still eat whatever they want and gain weight due to that…. that is no reason for a divorce men need to grow up if they think that



Brittany Answered:
''Should there be a law requiring married women to stay within 15 lbs of their wedding day weight?''
NO

''Do you condone their decision?''
IT'S NOT MY BUSINESS.

''So much for til death do us part..''
YES, TELL THAT TO WOMEN WHO FILE FOR DIVORCE. OUT OF 100 DIVORCES, 77 ARE FILED BY WOMEN.

''Do you think that something about a woman's weight should be incorporated into wedding vows?''
NO

''Do you think that weight gain is viable reason for divorce''
OBVIOUSLY, NO FAULT DIVORCE, REMEMBER.

''…and should the man be compensated, with the woman's assets, in the divorce settlement since it's her fat fault the marriage ended?''
NO.

ANYTHING ELSE…



Beer 30 Answered:
Sure, if they make a law that says the man must stick to all the bullshyt he sold us, to get us to marry them

🙂



lyssa Answered:
That's a loaded question – "gained weight" is a very non-detailed term. If we're talking 5 or 10 lbs over the course of 10 years, I would imagine most men could care less. If we're talking 30 or 40 lbs in a year, then that's a different story – something is wrong there.

I'm getting married in a few weeks, and I obviously don't expect my future wife to look the same in 10 years that she does today, and I'd imagine she thinks the same. However, there's a difference between putting on a little weight and putting on dangerous weight – if you gain 30% more weight in a short period of time, not only is it unhealthy, but there is more than likely a reason for it (depression, stress, etc.). I'd be concerned about her health and well being – not just physical, but mental as well. I'm not saying I'd leave her, but I'm saying that I'd think there was some sort of a problem, and I would want to fix it.

I don't think it's unrealistic to expect your spouse to maintain a healthy weight – I'm not saying they have to have a six pack, but you need to make sure you stay healthy. My expectations aren't because I just "want a hot wife", but you need to think of your family. Unhealthy parents lead to unhealthy kids – if you're outside chasing your kids around a couple hours a day, and serving them a well-balanced, healthy dinner, don't you think that kid's going to be healthier than Timmy Johnson down the street whose parents feed him fast food every meal and let him play xbox all day? Your kids look up to you, and if their mom feeds them junk and never exercises, that kids going to have weight issues because they won't know any better.



Savannah Answered:
There is a simple solution…when they go out to eat he orders a salad for her every time.



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