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    who gives a f*ck whats on womans list and what they want

    go after what YOU want...

    the woman will come

    chase your dreams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan26 View Post
    who gives a f*ck whats on womans list and what they want

    go after what YOU want...

    the woman will come

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    There is a lot of truth in this.

    Often found they come when you least expect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan26 View Post
    who gives a f*ck whats on womans list and what they want

    go after what YOU want...

    the woman will come

    chase your dreams
    Men want different lifestyles. Some men want a continuous string of one night stands. They want to be the life of the party, center of attention. Not caring about what women want will work to a degree within this lifestyle. A poor reputation through word of mouth could be a detriment to the fun and games.

    I have been happily married for 24 years. If I told my wife, I don't give a f*ck what you want there would be obvious unpleasant consequences.

    So to answer you question, "who gives a f*ck whats on womans list and what they want"? The answer is, men who want a healthy relationship with a lady. In the case of a self-centered gold digging woman, I would agree with you.

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    ^^i see what ur sayin brothah

    i think u took what i said a little out of context though...the point is not to do things in the hope of pleasing others and attaining some woman who is hoping to find a guy who can provide her with security and a great lifestyle

    you dont NEED a woman....you get a gf or get married out of choice...choosing to share lifes experiances and grow with a special someone.

    BUT, the reality is WOMAN are brutally realistic and they really really really do care about things like security and lifestyle..so yes that will attract woman and they will see you more as a long term partner.

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    To all you studs out there who end up with great careers, and get married.....get a prenup!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan26 View Post
    ^^i see what ur sayin brothah

    BUT, the reality is WOMAN are brutally realistic and they really really really do care about things like security and lifestyle..so yes that will attract woman and they will see you more as a long term partner.
    Here is an old classic (about 20 minutes) that illustrates two male personality types and a brutal female. The boss is the hard driving successful leader and the younger man brought career misery upon himself to please his demanding wife.

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    Lol I've seen this!

    Twilight zone is one of my top 3 favorite shows of all time

    next stop willoughby!!!!!

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    Sorry if this is not the most appropriate thread.

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...ess-scientists

    Guys like this one are so in denial.
    This is one of the reasons why a cure is not more actively researched.
    It just adds more sadness to the sadness of being robbed of one's hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moore View Post
    Sorry if this is not the most appropriate thread.

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...ess-scientists

    Guys like this one are so in denial.
    This is one of the reasons why a cure is not more actively researched.
    It just adds more sadness to the sadness of being robbed of one's hair.


    Shame you think he is in denial just because he has finally accepted it dont mean he is in denial *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyBoyy7 View Post
    Shame you think he is in denial just because he has finally accepted it dont mean he is in denial *sigh*
    Maybe you're right.
    But I still think that he would definitely use an effective cure, if there was one. As we all would.
    So, accepting baldness just because you have no choice is denial to me.

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