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    L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    I was working at a commercial real estate company and dating a man who was married to his job and lacked a sense of fun. After two years of this, I told him I was going to venture out and start dating other people. He didn’t seem to mind.
    About a week later, I met Rob. He was an attorney, worked in the same building I did and needed my help to acquire an access card. I thought nothing of our brief encounter until he left a note on my car with his work and mobile number, asking if I’d like to have lunch. The following Wednesday we walked to the nearby TGI Friday’s. I was impressed when he also ordered a healthy, oil-free, no-dressing lunch . . . Months of dating turned into three years. And I decided to ask the question, “Where is this relationship going?”


    He replied that he didn’t believe in the institution of marriage and proceeded to explain that a certificate or piece of paper wouldn’t change his love or commitment to me. “Why do women always want marriage?” he asked. I was stunned. I momentarily had no answer. I told him I needed time to think.
    I was 27 and had never really thought about marriage before because I never met anyone I'd wanted to spend my life with before Rob. Could I stay with him if he didn't want to be married? Not staying together would mean breaking up and heartache. For medical reasons, I knew I couldn't have children. So, deep down, why did I want to get married?
    I explained I was getting everything I needed in our relationship, except for security. I needed him to tell our friends and families he was committed to me. And for me, that meant marriage. I asked him if he would stay with me if one of his needs wasn’t being met. He was silent. Then he stared into my eyes for one of the longest minutes of my life before saying, “No one has ever explained it to me that way. Thank you.” About a week later, Rob was sizing my ring finger and shopping for a diamond."


    https://www.yahoo.com/news/l-affairs...140027433.html

    Disaster story of the day - another Blue Piller takes the baited hook!

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    To those of you that don't know what a Chinese finger-trap is, it's allot like marriage, it's made from indestructible stainless steel, it's easy to slip on, and it never lets go!

    Marriage is a FINGER-TRAP on your cock! Once you're in, they start pulling, and if you resist, they tear your penis off!

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    His response should have been "If we get married, you can stop meeting all my needs and I am Fucked."

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    RIP to that guy that is still blue pilled


    3 years, that was the danger point for me also. By then, I am hooked on their sex. Wife 1 gave me an ultimatum at year 3 to 'prove' I was committed . Wife 2 I let move in after 1 year, and it took her, her family and my family two years to make me feel guilty enough to marry her.


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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Then he stared into my eyes for one of the longest minutes of my life before saying, “No one has ever explained it to me that way. Thank you.” About a week later, Rob was sizing my ring finger and shopping for a diamond."
    I love it when you can just tell that the story is completely made-up and fictional.

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by CPRA View Post
    And I decided to ask the question, “Where is this relationship going?”
    What she really means is "Your free trial has expired. Please insert half your shit plus cash and prizes for an every worsening experience going forward".

    How about "No"? Is that good for you? Because it works wonders for me!

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Marriage = security is a straight up scam.

    What I am seeing with younger adults is that they don't believe in the concept of marriage for security. Why? Because women are looking for the bigger better deal always and the men have accepted this.

    Kids out of wedlock is such a norm that I often wonder how do people justify marriage? Worse, marrying a woman that doesn't want kids or can't have kids. To me that is just nuts.

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    Marriage = security is a straight up scam.

    What I am seeing with younger adults is that they don't believe in the concept of marriage for security. Why? Because women are looking for the bigger better deal always and the men have accepted this.

    Kids out of wedlock is such a norm that I often wonder how do people justify marriage? Worse, marrying a woman that doesn't want kids or can't have kids. To me that is just nuts.
    The hollow and emptiness of a woman's heart is now the social norm, they do as expected when accountability is not part of their construct. They became tyrants and we became pirates on the high seas! Exiled to fend for ourselves! We have no protection, no parley, just death warrants issued by decree!
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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    Marriage = security is a straight up scam.

    What I am seeing with younger adults is that they don't believe in the concept of marriage for security. Why? Because women are looking for the bigger better deal always and the men have accepted this.

    Kids out of wedlock is such a norm that I often wonder how do people justify marriage? Worse, marrying a woman that doesn't want kids or can't have kids. To me that is just nuts.
    Foolish to even let a woman move in, as you risk your home.
    Having kids with them only risks child maintenance payments.

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    The reaction of that man (who is supposed to be a lawyer btw) is as believable as the president of the federal reserve updating his twitter with "sorry for bullsh1tting you its all fake money".

    The phone number on her wind shield asking for lunch already alerted my pink lies radar, not even a dumb simp would do that nowadays let alone a succesful lawyer.

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal View Post
    The reaction of that man (who is supposed to be a lawyer btw) is as believable as the president of the federal reserve updating his twitter with "sorry for bullsh1tting you its all fake money".

    The phone number on her wind shield asking for lunch already alerted my pink lies radar, not even a dumb simp would do that nowadays let alone a succesful lawyer.
    Greg Adams has a new video, 4 things to never do. Top was NEVER trust a woman. I watched it yesterday. Reminds me of the a 50s Red Pill moment. Lone Rangers Tonto gets tricked by a woman, and gets tied up. When he is reunitied with the Lone Ranger he says "Me no never trust a woman again" LOL

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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    The natives (like Tonto) used to throw all the women in the tribe into one tent during "that time of the month" so all the bitching and moaning could be confined to one consolidated week confined to one tepee as women that live together tend to be on the rag the same week of the month together.

    Those were the days when men reigned supreme over all the animals of the earth and their flocks, including women. Some places still practice the lawful sale of your harem at the local goat and sheep market...

    P.S. but don't listen to me, I lost my shirt in that goat brothels idea.
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    Re: L.A. Affairs: We dated for three years. Then he told me he didn't believe in marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    Marriage = security is a straight up scam.
    Only half right.

    For women it DOES mean security, security in the knowledge that the law is on their side.

    For the man it means exactly the opposite.

    Life has it's checks and balances I suppose (sarc), for one I'll keep my checks (and cheques).
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