WHY ARE ALL THE "GOOD MEN" MARRIED MEN?

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seoulsearch

OutWrite Trouble
May 23, 2009
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#61
There is no other refuse I rather be commingled with.
Aw, Tommy just called me trash. 😏

No wonder people here keep trying to insist we're dating.

He says the sweetest things. 💞
 
Aug 2, 2009
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As the saying goes.."all the good men are "taken" or married"...got me thinking..whats the common deniminator in both these situations..? Is it that men BECOME "good" because they have a woman to TRAIN them? Lol..Any thoughts?
"There is only One who is good." - Matthew 19:17
 

Solemateleft

Honor, Courage, Commitment
Jun 25, 2017
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Okay, as a man of math and science I have done some back of the envelope calculations in search of that ever elusive common denominator and have substantiated the Hypothesis (with 87.9% confidence) 'that a significant percentage of 'Good Men' are in fact likely being taken and being held captive...

According to the UK Independent Lifestyle/Love-Sex report:

IF A MAN HAS THESE 9 QUALITIES NEVER LET HIM GO, SCIENTISTS SAY

1. He’s smart
2. He makes you laugh
3. He actively supports your career
4. He makes as much effort with your friends and family as you do with his
5. He’s emotionally intelligent
6. He respects your opinions and listens to what you have to say
7. He’s willing to put the work in
8. He celebrates your achievements
9. He shares your values


If a man has these 9 qualities, never let him go

Anecdotal observation: a large percentage of these qualities are likely present prior to any formal spousal training... ;)
Yes - these are the ones that are being swooped up quicker than the rest of the competition can even get a fair shot (you snooze you loose)...
Therefor the following hypothesis warrants further evaluation:
Can sub-optimal 'Good-Men' be trained to become 'Good-Men' that are worth holding on to, and if so what percentage? lol
 

Jewel5712

Well-known member
Jun 22, 2018
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#64
Okay, as a man of math and science I have done some back of the envelope calculations in search of that ever elusive common denominator and have substantiated the Hypothesis (with 87.9% confidence) 'that a significant percentage of 'Good Men' are in fact likely being taken and being held captive...

According to the UK Independent Lifestyle/Love-Sex report:

IF A MAN HAS THESE 9 QUALITIES NEVER LET HIM GO, SCIENTISTS SAY

1. He’s smart
2. He makes you laugh
3. He actively supports your career
4. He makes as much effort with your friends and family as you do with his
5. He’s emotionally intelligent
6. He respects your opinions and listens to what you have to say
7. He’s willing to put the work in
8. He celebrates your achievements
9. He shares your values


If a man has these 9 qualities, never let him go

Anecdotal observation: a large percentage of these qualities are likely present prior to any formal spousal training... ;)
Yes - these are the ones that are being swooped up quicker than the rest of the competition can even get a fair shot (you snooze you loose)...
Therefor the following hypothesis warrants further evaluation:
Can sub-optimal 'Good-Men' be trained to become 'Good-Men' that are worth holding on to, and if so what percentage? lol
Lol..ill let him get married for lust n looks n when he figures that skinny tight body doesnt make a marriage last and they divorce..he'll already be trained by the ex (she does all the work for me ) and he'll be all the wiser..lol
 

Tommy379

Notorious Member
Jan 12, 2016
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#65
Lol..ill let him get married for lust n looks n when he figures that skinny tight body doesnt make a marriage last and they divorce..he'll already be trained by the ex (she does all the work for me ) and he'll be all the wiser..lol
Why bash on women who put effort into their body?
 

Tommy379

Notorious Member
Jan 12, 2016
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#66
Aw, Tommy just called me trash. 😏

No wonder people here keep trying to insist we're dating.

He says the sweetest things. 💞
You should come over and check out my new 36 gallon trash can. I'll fix us some fish sticks that were thrown out last Thursday.
 

Mel85

Daughter of the True King
Mar 28, 2018
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#67
Okay, as a man of math and science I have done some back of the envelope calculations in search of that ever elusive common denominator and have substantiated the Hypothesis (with 87.9% confidence) 'that a significant percentage of 'Good Men' are in fact likely being taken and being held captive...

According to the UK Independent Lifestyle/Love-Sex report:

IF A MAN HAS THESE 9 QUALITIES NEVER LET HIM GO, SCIENTISTS SAY

1. He’s smart
2. He makes you laugh
3. He actively supports your career
4. He makes as much effort with your friends and family as you do with his
5. He’s emotionally intelligent
6. He respects your opinions and listens to what you have to say
7. He’s willing to put the work in
8. He celebrates your achievements
9. He shares your values


If a man has these 9 qualities, never let him go

Anecdotal observation: a large percentage of these qualities are likely present prior to any formal spousal training... ;)
Yes - these are the ones that are being swooped up quicker than the rest of the competition can even get a fair shot (you snooze you loose)...
Therefor the following hypothesis warrants further evaluation:
Can sub-optimal 'Good-Men' be trained to become 'Good-Men' that are worth holding on to, and if so what percentage? lol
And I thought all this time you were a woman.

My bad. Lol.
 

Tommy379

Notorious Member
Jan 12, 2016
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#68
It was easier when user names were colored by gender. This new site is messing my game up.
 

Mel85

Daughter of the True King
Mar 28, 2018
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#69
It was easier when user names were colored by gender. This new site is messing my game up.
Hence why I got “daughter” up in there.

People thinking I’m Mel Gibson or summin’.

Lol.
 

Mel85

Daughter of the True King
Mar 28, 2018
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#71
Who be your Danny Glover?
You are, silly.

It’s fitting. I need someone who can “let da nine rip”....... (thinking whether you understand that slang).
 

Tommy379

Notorious Member
Jan 12, 2016
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#72
You are, silly.

It’s fitting. I need someone who can “let da nine rip”....... (thinking whether you understand that slang).
I'm getting to old for this s......
 

Solemateleft

Honor, Courage, Commitment
Jun 25, 2017
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#73
Lol..ill let him get married for lust n looks n when he figures that skinny tight body doesnt make a marriage last and they divorce..he'll already be trained by the ex (she does all the work for me ) and he'll be all the wiser..lol
Lol... I like to tease my daughter and refer to her boyfriend as her future ex-husband, and jokingly advise her that for her first marriage she should marry for money, and marry for love for her second...
And I thought all this time you were a woman.

My bad. Lol.
Lol, I was channeling Mel Gibson in "What Women Want". Too funny...