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#1 fourth wise man

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Posted September 13 2016 - 11:32 PM

I have to sigh every time I go to my hairdresser. She is my age, married and has a young adult daughter, I do too but mine is maybe 7 years younger and not dating yet. 

 

Always telling me how she teaches her daughter that "she is the prize" :crowngrin: . I have to really hold my tongue when I hear this...I'm more about the equality thing myself.

 

I have lived through some terrible workplace feminism. Most management were women. I was married to one, and worked there. The Girls tried everything to split us, and it finally worked.

 

And here's this lady today telling me how this boyfriend, and others in her daughter's past are silly simps. So I gave her a gentle lesson...I said, "Do you realize how many parents are divorced today?...and how many of these kids (Boys in this case) don't get much time around their dads, so all they see is what goes on during tv shows, songs and what their moms approve of?"

 

I hope she got the hint, as I'm really tired of it. There's a reason men are the way they are today. As I grew up in the seventies I heard the women talk on tv and tried to follow their lead. That was a very big mistake, it was complete BS. Like I said, I'm a believer in the Equal thing. But I sure do have trouble controlling my impulsive mouth at times like this. smash.gif


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#2 fourth wise man

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Posted September 13 2016 - 11:48 PM

I believe in a man and woman having their own lives, and meeting in the middle. Not one controlling the other, and especially not with them having older, more experienced coaches.

 

My daughter has seen this and lived through it, and sees how her mom has treated us. Her mom even gave me custody. She cares more about what her friend think, can't think for herself. Is this a common thing?

 

And how do I spot this sooner next time? 


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#3 Greg Forever

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Posted December 07 2016 - 10:31 PM

I think that every one should have their own views. Here nobody should force them for something else. As it is a time of ultramodern. So, every boys and girls should move in their own way.



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Posted December 07 2016 - 11:16 PM

And how do I spot this sooner next time?


As a  man in the western world, cheaper to  rent, less likelihood of losing your home, but still some danger of rape accusations and child maintenance awards.
Actually safer to be gay these days or live alone and have frequent trips to South America or SEA.

There was a guy who had a vasectomy and kept it secret, he was still accused of fathering a child, even though he was infertile.

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Posted December 08 2016 - 02:00 AM

Actually safer to be gay these days or live alone and have frequent trips to South America or SEA.
 

 

Hi VG :)


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Posted December 08 2016 - 02:34 AM

I will never set foot in South America


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#7 Asmo

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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:20 AM

That was the only part in Olddude's post that didn't make me think of you.


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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:46 AM

That was the only part in Olddude's post that didn't make me think of you.


There's some really hot (and cheap) girls in Columbia.
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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:48 AM

I know. There are hot women pretty much everywhere. 


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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:56 AM

I know. There are hot women pretty much everywhere.


Have you ever been to St. Austell (or St. Awful as it's locally known) in Cornwall?
PS. I did specify hot (and cheap).

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#11 Asmo

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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:58 AM

All words in my post were selected carefully. Including the words pretty much.


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#12 fourth wise man

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Posted December 19 2016 - 08:02 AM

I will never set foot in South America

So what's wrong with South America (other than their deadly bugs and stuff)??



#13 Asmo

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Posted December 19 2016 - 08:20 AM

Brasil is awesome. Also for old perverts ;)

Uruguay is also on my list :sifone:

And this is only the start. People are clueless about S. America. If you love nature, groovy city life, hot people, history... dude its all there.

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Posted December 19 2016 - 02:43 PM

I will never set foot in South America

 

Same. 

 

Patagonia seems lovely, but yeah...no.



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Posted December 19 2016 - 02:53 PM

I've always wanted to visit the temples and pyramids in South America, maybe even the Peruvian sites. But like the towers in Egypt, Greece and Troy in Turkland, I just don't ever envision myself treading foot in those parts of the world which is a real shame really.
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Posted December 20 2016 - 07:37 AM

The thing that might be ruining a visit to Machu picchu for me is all those other tourists :P I'm pretty sure otherwise it would be awesome in every way (unless the weather would be really unfortunate or something :D). I took notice of some less popular historic sites in Peru though, some hundreds of years older as Machu picchu. But they're getting discovered by mass tourism pretty much as we speak.


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