Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 00:01:06
ID: 54426
My DH is very intelligent and I am as well, although I would say that we are intelligent in different areas. He appreciates my expertise on things and I generally appreciate his. He doesn't usually make me feel inferior to me, but sometimes I feel ashamed that I don't know the certain things he does just by virtue of having had different experiences. However, my boss has a PhD and his wife "only" has a history degree and he treats her like total crap. He expects her to wait on him and do everything when it comes to their kids. I think that's fairly typical among insecure men who have advanced degrees they don't think they really earned.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 19:05:14
ID: 54416
I just made dinner for a nice guy, and it kills me that he cut up all his pasta with a knife!!! Like kinda small even ... omg. Not a deal breaker, so superficial, but I had to tell someone! It’s kind of funny to me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 06:47:38
ID: 54414
In response to a confession. I know what you mean, OP, that's been my experience as well. I have an advanced degree in a STEM field. Two of my exes were smart guys (one an architect, the other had a PhD in chemistry) and they were so rude and condescending not only to me but to anyone they deemed intellectually inferior. I'm with a guy now who, while not dumb, isn't as educated as me but he treats me like a queen. And yes, before anyone says so, i know that not all educated men are assholes and vice versa.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-14 14:08:05
ID: 54403
I don't understand some of these men on dating sites.One guy is in his late 30's, morbidly obese, bald, has kids with 2 different women, (so thats baby mama drama x2) and thinks he is going to get dates with women aged 18-35. And his profile even say"Women dont like me because Im fat" and "Yes 2 different mothers, so what?" LMAO
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-14 01:02:35
ID: 54402
I have a boyfriend, but can’t stop thinking about my coworker that’s moving out of state in two months. We have a great connection since I started 6 mons ago, but lately it’s increased a lot more teasing/playful. He even jokingly said oh you’re flying out to Seattle? Ugh.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 21:29:37
ID: 54398
You know, anyone who doesn't get why men don't live as long as women just needs to observe how idiotic most men are when it comes to their health. My DH and most of his friends eat like shit, never exercise, won't go to the doctor unless they're basically dead, and generally do not care about their health at all. I wish it were more "cool" among men to take care of themselves and eat right and be healthy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 14:08:33
ID: 54387
Whenever I dated guys who were intellectually equal (or smarter) than me, they always treated me like crap. I would have to pay the bills, clean after them, and cater to them while they sat at home putting me down all the time. At least we had stimulating debates and conversations. Now I'm with a hardworking country boy who treats me well (I treat him well too), caters to me, and takes care of me. I feel awful for saying it, but he's dumb and he knows it. We have almost everything else in common, so we are compatible. He doesn't take offense when I correct him, in fact he likes it because he learns from me. He's the love of my life. I just wish we could talk about more than whats we're doing for dinner and what to watch on tv.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 13:04:11
ID: 54386
It's official! I will never get into a relationship with a man who has kids again. The constant changes in plans, the money aspect, the ex always calling and texting, the part of me that wonders if he is still sleeping with her, and knowing I will never ever be first in his life. It is just not for me. I really tried to make it work. I have dated a few men with kids and the issues were similar. Baby mama drama was a huge issue in all of them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 00:03:32
ID: 54382
I think he's cheating.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-11 01:56:11
ID: 54363
In response to a confession. It was actually my best friend who suggested I do what she do and go on a chat line and start checking out dudes. I know it's not her fault what happened, but I feel I shouldn't have listened to her now. Once she signed up, she got lots of messages and offers for dates, so, of course, she's not having any issues. I sign up, not getting any messages, really, from anyone of worth. Then, I finally find a guy I think is decent, and he turns out to be a fucking asshole! It's my fault for dealing with him, and I feel so stupid. I should have never signed up. :(
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