Now, I probably shouldn't be starting up a thread but the forum needs a little love. It's about the new poll actually in which we, as Bloopers speak our minds! Or ...click a button that fits to the most appropriate personal opinion. Ha-HA! Either way, it made me ponder a bit, which is a most dangerous past-time.
To have a marriage, full of love but no friction between the sheets (or well, any other available surface one would be intimate) in one corner!
To have a marriage, full of lusty goodness but no emotional attachment (just every well, other attachment) in the other.
I chuckled to myself when I saw people had voted for the second. This is my broad question really: If you're not in love with the person but the sex is good, is that really enough? Couldn't you just divorce the chap/lass/inanimate object and go have intimate moments with others unattached? What would the selling points me of being in a loveless marriage if it's just the sex being fabulous (we're assuming that sex is the only good thing you're having)? What are your thoughts on this lovely poll?