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post #31 of 54
Well, we'll hold hands, or walk with our arm around each other, but no smoochy-stuff in public, usually. We save all the major affection stuff for home...that's kind of just the way we've always been!
post #32 of 54
We are not married, but we pretty much always hold hands or are touching each other in some way, but no to OTT PDAs
post #33 of 54
My grandparents have been married 53-54 years and are still very affectionate towards each other. They absolutely adore each other, still "make love", and they're quite happy to tell you about the wonders of viagra!
post #34 of 54
It's funny cause we seem to be more affectionate when others are around. How far we go depends on how much we are drinking. He usually can't keep his hands off my butt. LoL Generally we lock arms and kiss lightly.
post #35 of 54
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Originally Posted by sarahp View Post
My grandparents have been married 53-54 years and are still very affectionate towards each other. They absolutely adore each other, still "make love", and they're quite happy to tell you about the wonders of viagra!

Well if they like Viagra tell them about cialis. Hubby went through a time where his bipolar meds were making it difficult. So hubby got cialis from the doc. Benefits of Viagra plus a longer time frame to take advantage of the benefits. So if you (or your grandparents) like more spontinaity... cialis offers that.
post #36 of 54
My wife and I have been married 6 1/2 years, but we have been together for a little over 8 years now. Yes, we still show public affection
post #37 of 54
Gil and i hold hands in public, but if theres one thing i hate to see in public it's couples tonsil tickling

Get a room!!!!
post #38 of 54
My hubbie and I have been married for 4 years and togehter for 11. We still do the PDA thing all the time. I get teased by my coworkers all the time when we go in to shop. Its funny though, we have no problem with PDA but when we go out to eat we are totaly like an old couple thats been together for a long time. We sit down, order drinks and food, Hardly talk to one anouther the whole time. Eat pay and leave. mOst of the time all with out saying a word. At this point its all about the food. Why waste time talking.
post #39 of 54
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Originally Posted by KarmasMom View Post
Its funny though, we have no problem with PDA but when we go out to eat we are totaly like an old couple thats been together for a long time. We sit down, order drinks and food, Hardly talk to one anouther the whole time. Eat pay and leave. mOst of the time all with out saying a word. At this point its all about the food. Why waste time talking.
Let's hear it for the old couples who just eat, pay & leave!!!

I think that the reason we are the way we are is because my hubby isn't really the most affectionate, luvvy, duvvy kinda person. I used to be when we first met but I guess I've gotten used to things being this way so its ok...I've readjusted.

Hilda >^..^<
post #40 of 54
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Originally Posted by Hilda>^..^< View Post
Let's hear it for the old couples who just eat, pay & leave!!!

I think that the reason we are the way we are is because my hubby isn't really the most affectionate, luvvy, duvvy kinda person. I used to be when we first met but I guess I've gotten used to things being this way so its ok...I've readjusted.

Hilda >^..^<

LOL...I don't consider my relationship old ( married 1.5 years, together 6) and we are like that already My Dh never really talked much to begin with.
post #41 of 54
We have been married almost 18 years and have been together for 22 1/2. (Over half my life) We still hold hands when we're out, or someone
has an arm around the other. : We do not, however, get gropey ( is that a word??) or look like we need to 'get a room!'
post #42 of 54
We have PDA, been together for nearly 9 years, married for just about 4months

I think PDA has its time and place as well - Sucking face in public just isn't nice!
post #43 of 54
I'm not married yet but I think that public displays of affection are tastless. Holding hands, or a quick kiss hello or goodbye are fine. But making out, or touching each other inappropriately in public, is just gross. People that do that are just asking for attention.
post #44 of 54
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Originally Posted by Hilda>^..^< View Post
Awww, that is cute!

Well, after some 26+ years...we don't even show affection in private!



The Thrill Is Gone!

Hilda >^..^<
I was going to actually say the same thing!!! Even though we've only technically been married for just over 1 year though together for 9!

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Originally Posted by GailC View Post
Nearing 22 yrs of marriage and we didn't do alot of PDA to start!!
That's how we are.
post #45 of 54
we have been married over 30 and we still hold hands and kiss in public.
post #46 of 54
DH and I really don't do much PDA. We've been married for almost three years, but have been together for 11 years. I know he loves me so we don't have to grope each other when we are out, but if we are at a place where I really don't know anyone, he will take my hand and stay close to me because I am really nervous around people I don't know very well. We will give each other quick pecks on the lips if we are at one of the others work places, but nothing else.
We snuggle and cuddle and things at home where we feel like it's appropriate.
post #47 of 54
My husband is very affectionate, but usually on in private. Around family, we do show some PDA. Unfortunately, due to stress, we havent had much of a sex life lately. I know that sex relieves stress, but I'm often not in the mood because of so many other things on my mind. I find it hard to let go despite my husband ravenously coming after me and being understanding. We women work differently, I suppose...
post #48 of 54
I voted other-

We still hold hands or link arms, and there's usually a quick hug and/or kiss when we part ways. But generally, that's about it for public. Neither one of us really into people playing tonsil hockey in front of the whole world.
post #49 of 54
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Originally Posted by Godiva View Post
Unfortunately, due to stress, we havent had much of a sex life lately. I know that sex relieves stress, but I'm often not in the mood because of so many other things on my mind. I find it hard to let go despite my husband ravenously coming after me and being understanding. We women work differently, I suppose...
Yeah, what she said. That...and menopause. I mean its literally ''men''-''o''-''pause'' for some of us!!!

Hilda >^..^<
post #50 of 54
i save the PDA for ,my gf.










kidding, nope i am not into that . Also with itta being raised where she was, you just dont do that.(of course there are also those that do) but normaly the most you will get me to do is hold hands.
post #51 of 54
May will make 10 years for me and Hubby and yes we still hold hands,pinch butts,and etc. while out in public.
I think it helps make for a happy,healthy,carefree marriage.
post #52 of 54
No PDA here, occasionally we'll hold hands but that's about it.
post #53 of 54
Nothing like that for us. Holding hands- yes, a peck on the lips- yes, but nothing more than that. I get disgusted when people are making out in a public area. Save it for the house!
post #54 of 54
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Originally Posted by Clu View Post
My partner and I cannot legally get married but no, we don't show affection in public. PDA actually annoys both of us.
How come ya'll can't get married?
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