Yep, been there done that. Don’t bother treating em like a princess, because you’ll lose their respect.
Then I get calls years later and it’s almost funny in a way. Why do you think I’d give you the time of day now, when you wouldn’t do the same 5 years ago? No sale.
posted on 12/01/2010 6:24:26 PM PST
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The problem is’t the respect aspect, but the fact that so many women want ot be ‘taken care of’ and want a rich man to do it. I dated two guys who were starting out in the world, only to get left behind. I am now owrking on my own business and it’s finally picking up. In time I’ll get into Virology, but for the moment, money is my main interest along with my resume.
What is wrong with women that they dont’ worry about making thier own fortune?
posted on 12/01/2010 6:27:34 PM PST
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Yep, been there done that. Dont bother treating em like a princess, because youll lose their respect. Then I get calls years later and its almost funny in a way. Why do you think Id give you the time of day now, when you wouldnt do the same 5 years ago? No sale.
Oh man, once they get 28 or so, all of the sudden they realize that it's men with the upper hand in relationships. Desperation is unattractive to both men and women.
I can't really blame them, a lot act that way because they hung arond sychophant lapdog men their entire lives and are so used to getting their own way. It's a harsh reality check when they realize that the guy they want is someone with self respect, and by the time they realize it all the good men are either married or mature enough where their current dating pool makes them a relic of the past.
Hard to blame either gender, but it makes both miserable.
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