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"The Man Thread"

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posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 08:21 PM
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Now you all know how I feel about all the threads in the relationship forum!




posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 08:39 PM
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No need to be hostile, man. Relax. You're going to have deal with more than what I said with a thread like this. I wasn't trying to be a jerk, sorry if I came off that way.

-dbd



posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 08:43 PM
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If a woman has/does these three things and is single...it's a good bet you might get her home with you.
1. Has tattoos
2. Smokes cigarettes
3. Drinks


Weird because these are exactly the kinds of women that turn me off completely...especially Tattoos. On the other hand I am married with children so I suppose I am not in a position to engage in casual relationships anymore. Either way it is a good way to indentify a particular kind of "special" girl.



posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 08:57 PM
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It's kind of hard to start a thread like this with the T&C's in place.



posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 09:28 PM
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Originally posted by Domo1

If you want a manly thread lets talk about cars, or beer, or sports, or shooting, or really anything other than 'that guy looks gay because he tries too hard'.



I'd love to take part in a thread about cars, beer, sports, shooting, and hot girls! That would actually be a worthwhile thread.

That being said, can someone please add a photo of Mila Kunis?


ETA: I rarely have a drink and I don't smoke or have tattoos! *winning*

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posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 09:47 PM
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I'm just waiting for the real bad (ina good way) ATS chicks to come out and lay the smack down.



-SAP-



posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 11:08 PM
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Originally posted by MystikMushroom
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Since this is the "Man Thread" here's some advice guys...

If a woman has/does these three things and is single...it's a good bet you might get her home with you.

1. Has tattoos

2. Smokes cigarettes

3. Drinks

Protip: When going out on the town, bring a pack of smokes (even if you don't smoke). Intentionally "forget" your lighter. When you see a hottie lighting a cigarette, go up and ask her for a light.

It's a really non-threatening way to start a conversation. Now what you say after "thanks" .... I'll leave that up to you. Just make sure you scan her for the "trifecta" before approaching her. You'll narrow your odds and waste less time.


You are most wise! I give your system a thumbs up!

I have tattoos, smoke and drink. From before I was an old married broad I can testify it is a good preliminary check list!



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 02:01 AM
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Thanks! It's not a "sure thing" but it certainly narrows the field in a large social setting such as a house party or bar. Its not that these women are "sluts" but they are usually more fun and open minded. It's a LOT easier to talk to a laid back, open-minded person -- and this can greatly increase your chances of scoring.

The tattoo itself (if obviously visible) can be another conversation starter into itself.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 02:10 AM
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I get that aspect but sadly it's too shallow for me. There is so many different ways you can take someone asking you about a tattoo. Smoking & Drinking is not something I particularly want to talk about. There is no getting to know someone in either conversation except whether or not they smoke & drink in excess or socially.

If someone came up to me asked me if I smoke or drank and judged me on my answers and walked away. they couldn't have left soon enough. Sorry sad but true.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 02:33 AM
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And so it begins...

The only pics I would object to are Jenny McCarthy and Rihanna. Honest mistakes though
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To answer the second topic, I actually think most guys try to act tough as a way to get a woman's attention. Guys pretty much know if they do nothing but kiss her ass and pander to her needs she will go after a more masculine dude eventually (even though they use this tactic too). Instead, most guys would insert themselves into relatively low-risk situations and play the part of alpha to catch a potential mate while remaining safe at the same time. A win-win situation usually.

I can't think of any examples but you probably know what I'm getting at.

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posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 06:13 AM
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Is this like an agony aunt for men? Ok, we'll I'm tired of having hairs growing out of my ears and nose. Wtf is that all about. It's kind of rude and painful to yank them out and trimming them leaves them feeling a little prickly. What do you recommend?



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 07:25 AM
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Originally posted by Night Star
I may be stalking the thread, but it certainly isn't for insight.
If anything, I'm here for the humor.


Yeah, you women always say you like your men to be funny, but when we tie a knot in your panty hose - no laughs! (Ducking for cover now).



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
Is this like an agony aunt for men? Ok, we'll I'm tired of having hairs growing out of my ears and nose. Wtf is that all about. It's kind of rude and painful to yank them out and trimming them leaves them feeling a little prickly. What do you recommend?


My 15 year old is huge, and has just entered puberty over the last few weeks.

The other day I gave him a hug, and noticed two loooooong hairs growing on his shoulder.
He was MORTIFIED.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 10:01 AM
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Can I be president of the "he man women hating club"



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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it's more like the 'bitter and twisted' thread.

It sounds like the OP has been burned by women before, it hurts but this is not the way to go about it. It's not a healthy attitude to have if you want to find another fish in the sea.


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posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by jiggerj

Yeah, you women always say you like your men to be funny, but when we tie a knot in your panty hose - no laughs! (Ducking for cover now).


Jiggerj was that you?
I thought it was one of the kids trying to mess with my head!



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 11:39 AM
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ah well - then there's uhh - and well shoot - then one will ya know and ahh - then they get old - like me - cripe.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by jiggerj

Originally posted by Night Star
I may be stalking the thread, but it certainly isn't for insight.
If anything, I'm here for the humor.


Yeah, you women always say you like your men to be funny, but when we tie a knot in your panty hose - no laughs! (Ducking for cover now).


Throws all her pantyhose at Jigger. Start un-knotting!



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Oh my and you did put it every well indeed.

By the way the women working hard, occurs if they're home or not in most households.. My grandfather was a feminist before it was enforced to have the property in both their names. He was always questioned by his workmates and friends why he did that. He was a horse logger. My grandmother fixed up the home,kept it clean, clooked, did all the chores and errands, picked in the lilac hedge herself, and it was 1/2 acre, around the property, and during odd seasons would work in the packing here and there when it was tough, with the two girls at home. They would pick grapes together at times too. She thought her input of course into her children was work of equal value to the relationship and what children actually need.

He made some odd crack comments coming home about, what did she do each day, perhaps it was soap operas??? Until one day he broke his leg and needed time off. She went to work in the packing house. He went back to work with a still broken unhealed leg and told them, what we do is one thing at a time, no matter what the task. Doing it all from morning till nightfall, multitasking nonstop was way over his head. He later was known to call her a good kid, alot, and never never once, though she was high strung, intelligent, romantic, artistic but very cranky at times, called her names. The B word never once left his 154 IQ lips. He was a remarkable man, put his income into the house and hold, considered their work work of equal value, really valued hers, had humor, integrity, fairness, was a Norwegian socialist for world peace and equality a photographic memory, belonged to the Historical Society, the Naturalists, sent goats overseas and lived humbly. A real man. A decent man.

He never ever ever asked her to do that again.

When my friend moved in with the man she would eventually marry he used to quip things like, women were paid prostitutes, they stay home for sex.....and I pretty much left them on their own. But only after sharing the stats and report on the amount of money it would cost a single man each year, in the early 80's to replace one full time, home based partner. 80,000 a year, for your cook, housecleaner, chauffeur, child care, shopper, hair dresser, and down the list until bed tme.

PERIOD.

Oh and to the other guy, Kids come first. Always. The world revovles around kids. Good men support kids. Society needs to be set up around kids. People don't need to work as slaves for a corporate master. They need their own land, homes, food, gardens and volunteering as they wish. The abc's of life are family. Home or out, work is work.
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posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 12:37 PM
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1. In all honesty I don't think women are stupid enough to think that getting pregnant is some kind of ticket to the easy life. Being a mom is most often both difficult and thankless. While it is true that a mother who chooses to stay at home is not bringing home a salary she, in most cases, is still providing towards the household. She is supplementing the bread winners earnings through sweat equity.

2. IDK--Maybe if your trying to be ultra sensitive when it isn't your natural affect. If your trying to "act" like something, your probably not going to pull it off successfully. If one fails to make a move despite having piqued her interest you're shutting down the process she will assume your not interested romantically. What she will attribute that lack of interest to is anyone's guess. This type of mindset is bad in any case if you get the idea in your head that your coming across as gay, it's going to rob you of your self confidence.

3. I don't see why not, although some men may find it emasculating.






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