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After enduring several comments on sports, cars, and food, you begin to think this is a lost cause. In the volley of verbal discussion you are quite surprised to find out that a lot of thought is put into this subject, considering the fact that it often seems that guys do not talk about relationships, let alone pursue them. In fact, if what these guys say is true, emotions are just not enough.

A guy may be interested in a girl and still do and say nothing. Because guys believe there are more factors to consider than feelings. One of the guys explains a time when he was bold enough to ask a girl out, but she said no.

Under his breath you barely hear these words, “No one likes to fail…I don’t want to fail.” “You’re right…no one likes to fail, but no matter what any of us guys do we will all do exactly that.” A guy says from behind his saddened, but stern eyes.

He continues to convey how he feels that no matter how hard a guy tries, it won’t be good enough in the end any how.

You -- an estrogen carrier -- are an alien in the world of the testosterone breathers. Say nothing…just listen…at first nothing but grunts can be heard, but after a few minutes a word is understood. You think how rude and cold these guys must be to not say anything, but to your surprise, none of the guys seem bothered in the least about the silence. The following is just a sample of what was unveiled.

You are not totally sure, but you think the word was…football. Before you know it you can actually understand a sentence or two. The silence is abruptly interrupted with the subject that you have been waiting for since you became a fly on the wall…girls…dating…and what guys are thinking about the two. As he begins to talk you realize that guys ponder way more than emotions.

OK, so after much thought I have not talked to my BF about his online account.

my rationale for this is that if I say something about it then i'm sure he will take his profile down. he seems to do everything right, but seeing his profile up and that he is checking it every day makes me feel like he is just keeping me around until he finds something better.

“There’s knights in shining armor, the biggest engagement rings ever, and guys that always know what to say.” This strikes you a bit oddly.

They should always dress nice, have a nice home (a horse and carriage is a nice perk), never be grumpy, be the perfect balance of sensitive and masculine, able to beat up 1 to 40 guys all by himself if need be, and, oh yes, he must always leave the toilet seat down, because he is the most thoughtful and caring man alive. I Hate Fairy Tales backs this up with a personal story of how he once bought his ex-girlfriend 12 roses.

However, she was hurt, because he did not get her lilies.

In addition to this, he opens up and reveals that he believes most women want this. ” This guy was very straightforward and honest about the fact that he would rather put time into things he knew he was good at.

He expresses his insecurity that even though he has a decent job while still in grad school, that he still feels inept as a man because he could not support a woman even if he wanted to. He laid out a list of reasons why romance was simply not in his blood.

Why endure the heartache and waste his and some poor girl's time by starting something that most likely wouldn’t work out anyway?

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