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My girlfriend and I are on the rocks, we have been together for 10 years (26 year olds now) and it may be coming to an end in the near future. I am trying to prepare for the worst and possibly mitigate as much financial and material damage as possible and have a question in regards to the actual "laws" if things do not go according to us "fairly" splitting everything in the event that we do separate.
We have all joint bank accounts with sums equaling up to 30k and she has a seperate RRSP that she has thru work where they match a certain % ect, that is at 20,000$. It was our intentions to use that money as a down payment for a house that we have been building towards for our future, however it is solely in her name.
I am going to request with her that the 20k be subtracted from our savings account leaving us with 10k to split evenly and then we can split the rest of our property however I have a feeling she might pull the "that's my money" nonsense when we have been building a life together and obviously have no concern at the time of whos name what is in.
It is worth noting that we are not married but have been living together for a long time, although have never done any paperwork for "common law" if there is even paperwork to be done.
My question relates to if she tries to say this separate account she has thru work is solely her money - do I have any legal actions to take in order to ensure I am entitled to my share of the money
(we are trying to work out our relationship as well its not like we are on bad terms just a bump we may not get over)
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Do girls like getting their feet/legs kissed and massaged?
I had this girl in bed with me and for foreplay I did this, but I also caressed her entire body too.
Anyway, I didn't treat her feet and legs like they were extra special and paid attention to them just as much as I did to the rest of the body so she wouldn't suspect anything
So, she was on her back, and she was bending her feet and legs towards me so I can massage or kiss them better.
I'd slowly glide my lips along, give wet kisses and after some of the kisses slowly drag my lower lip off before going in for the next kiss.
Do you think she liked this?
She never objected and seemed willing
Do you think I made enough of a scene that she probably told her friends? Like do they got into detail and tell their friends step by step exactly what happened to them?
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Alright, I'll keep this short and sweet.
I got a blowjob, but I couldn't for the life of me finish. We were gonna have sex (first time also) but she was on her period. she was AMAZING but after a good 10 minutes I couldn't...ya know, cum.
I keep telling myself it's because I jerked off earlier today, but I'm not sure how exactly much of this is true.
So yeah, any advice for next time?
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Now, I don't know if I'm overreacting about what I'm about to ask advice about, but here goes.
What's the best way to tell my roommate his girlfriend can't be over all the fucking time?
Now when I say she's over all the time, I mean literally ALL THE TIME. Like whenever he's here she's attached at his hip, whenever he leaves for work or classes she hides out in his room and waits for him to come back, the only time she ever sets foot outside our apartment is when the two of them go somewhere. She spends every night over here except when he's gone for a weekend or so, and she's actually in his room right now as I type this.
My other roommate and I are not okay with this. The three of us are 20 and have work and/or school, whereas she's a 17 year old high school dropout who contributes nothing to our apartment, be it cleaning up or even offering to pay rent, despite being here more than anybody else except maybe me. It's been this way for over a month now, her basically being a squatter. On top of that, it's illegal where I live for more than three unrelated residents to live together, so there's no option to add her to the lease. Not that I'd want that, but still.
So I ask again, what's the easiest, most pain-free way to get her out of here? My other roommate wanted to call the cops, but I'd rather save that as a last resort.