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Norma Jean




27 Apr 1982

I'm Norma; I'm good at reading, writing, singing, hurdling, cooking and so much more.

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norma asked:

21 Nov 2008

Is getting married in fashion? I'd like to get married asap,but I heard a rumor it wasn't in anymore

Ladies, I need advice



angitia41 says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2008

Well it is up to you.. And how long you have known your partner. But also don't do something cause it is the fashion do what is right for you.

Try living w/ your partner for a while to see how things work between u and him...


rock_baby says:

Posted on 22 Nov 2008

IN our OUT.You don`t decide if you really love your friend because that would be IN!!!Or do you???God, I hope you don`t!!!:doh::-?X(only thing that can be said about IN and OUT around your situation is if the guy is in our out for you...If you love him he`s IN ...if no then>>>OUT

Try to make the right thing and never but REALLY NEVER decide on what is in or out.Because one rule of fashion is that LOVE IS ALWAYS IN!!!o:-)


nev_i says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

i dont think it should matter if it's in or out and if you only wanna get married cuz it's in then that wont last. the only reason to get married, i think, is for love!


sorchasweb says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

Marriage is a committment. It isn't "in" or "out." It isn't a "fashion statement." It is a holy alliance between you, your husband and God.

If you regard it as a "thing" then I would not recommend it. If you enter into it knowing you'll choose divorce at the first controversy, then don't. If you are prepared to come into a relationship with unselfishness, and making the relationship the priority not YOU... then there may be a chance. Marriage isn't about you, it's about YOU BOTH.

YOU UNITED. If you are in it for money, security, or something material, then you do the institution a disservice.

I have been married happily for 33 years. I speak from experience.


rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

A real fashionista does things that work for 'her' and follows the beat of her own drum.

Otherwise you're just copying people who were original and came up with an idea before you.

Whatever happened to the passion for originality in fashion? I just see a bunch of copy cats anymore.

Don't let them rule you and tell you what is in and out. They just do that to make money off of you anyway.

Also, have you ever thought that if you asked a future prospective partner if they wanted to get married on the basis of it being in or out of fashion, that maybe they would be put off to get married to you?

Good luck finding a man with a interest in fashion so much that will base whether or not he marries upon it.

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