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crap........let me get back to this at lunch time. Too much to say, too little time.
BUT, completely cut off. Zero contact for almost 4 years. limited contact for the last 2. They didnt like the fact that we moved away from them.
If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day.
What if her lifelong friends are nutjobs?
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If you met her nutjob lifelong friends while dating, it's safe to assume she will be one too, and you're better off running away.
QFT. I'm dating a girl now who has a huge network of girlfriends, some of which she has had since grade school. They are her sounding board, her consolers. She has all the emotional support she needs without a man in her life. She is also financially independent and frequently gets pissed if I try to pay for everything. I feel like I won the lottery.
TanFan is right - get a girl who has her own dough. Vator88 is right - get a girl who has her own emotional support and entertainment network. You DO NOT want to be all things for anyone, because you can't. You will fail.
This is a good thread. Nicely done RCMB.
you were alot more entertaining as a poster when you were miserable.
and if she does have friends do your homework and make sure she isn't overly influenced by them. My wife's best friends in college (and roommates senior year) were always after her to break up with me and even introduced her to some other guy. Even after we got married when we were dealing with stress in our marriage due to work issues and moving cross-country they were meddling, encouraging her to divorce me, etc. Thankfully she was enough of an independent thinker that she made up her own mind and didn't allow herself to be completely influenced by her friends. If a chick has the close friends and takes their opinions as gospel, RUN!
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WRONG. There is a separate statistic for the remarried people. That rate is up to 70%!
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How do you know they were trying to break you up? Was the wife telling you this? If so, that's the wife's message to you that she is complaining about you to her friends and they are saying get the eff out. Not good
What I have learned from this thread is that women are crazy shrews and men are suffering martyrs.
I have dated woman in all ranges of beauty. I find the 5s are just as bat shit crazy as the 9s and 10s. So, in order to tolerate the bat shit crazy part, it's best that a guy marry a woman above his looks level. Now for women, the opposite is true. Marrying up is a big mistake. The incredible hunky guy is going to get hit on by women left and right, so he will cheat. Men are pigs and are always looking for an excuse to stoke their egos, so marrying a super hot guy is a big mistake, unless you are willing to share him. I think that might be why you see older beautiful women marrying men who are below their level. Eventually they figure it out. In college and women in their 20s and early 30s pretty much go on looks and money. When they get older and get cheated on by the hot guys they dated over and over again, they realize perhaps I should marry the nerdy RCMB type who can support my nest and not cheat on me.
Case in point, my mother in law is extremely attractive. She can land just about any man she wants based upon her looks alone. She is thin, elegant, etc. She ended up marrying this frumpy old ugly lawyer from Ohio State because he is nice to her, has a great midwestern heart and is honest and never cheats. So, there you go. Women don't learn this lesson until your age my dear.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Tanfan 13 months ago
I didn't post to give you a chance to expound your marriage theory for the umpteenth million time.
wow! Sorry you can't find a guy who will keep you around Ms. psycho. LOL. This is your classic female lawyer angry response guys. Run away, run very far away.
When we first moved to NYC she had nobody else to talk to so she talked to her college friends as things were tough for her since the move was because of my job and she really didn't want to leave our former city. Plus, her job kind of sucked. She actually stopped communicating with them for a while because they were advocating divorce and she told me as much. 5 years later things couldn't be better between us and this June will be 9 years married, 16 years together.
You say the same thing over and over and over. And your monologue was no where near in response to anything I posted. So call me names if you wish but I tire of your single-minded drivel.
I prefer to read his marriage theory stuff more than the other stuff he posts. At least it has some entertainment value and he isn't ripping on MSU.
What you posted was a complaint and a shot at men in general. So, my response was to shut your pie hole up by pointing out just how intolerable women can be and you fit right into that category. Sorry if the truth hit home.
I'm in a different situation. I've got a kid on the way, probably going to show up this week. However, its with a girl that I'm no longer with. It was one of those 'Oh hey, we've been dating for a month and a half and she's pregnant' deals.
We tried to make it work, but were fighting all the time. We both realized that it wasn't a healthy relationship for us or for our son to be around. She and I don't have any "lovey" feelings toward one another, we don't hate each other, and work well together when it comes to our soon to be son.
While its not the ideal situation, I'm happy that she and I are able to see past our differences and make all of it about our son. Also, living in different cities helps not hating each other.
Intolerable or not, I can assure you that I don't give a shit what you think of me.
The above is right on the money.
When I see my ex wife I always say "let's fuck"
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Along similar lines, I'd be wary of a woman who is estranged from all her family members.
It's simple math:
Woman has no friends + doesn't get along with family = problems with relationships
And you want a relationship with this person? Good luck with that.
That baby is coming out halfrican.
I'm not old enough to validate this, but itseems entirely true. This is a main reason why I'm hesitant of marriage.
This post was edited by Salami Gyration 13 months ago
you won't have to worry about it ross. you minus well start sucking some cock right now.
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