http://thisislamu.com/vifyb-reliance-gp2015.php I just don't get how everyone thinks dating is easy as soon as they get a bf or gf. I would remember your posts on that weekly dating journal thread and it was always another date with some person that I just dont like.
To make cheesecake and lure the youth into my home so I can drain them of their young blood and use it as a facial peel so I can maintain this mascara only lifestyle. When I hit my 30s my mom said something along the lines of "now, you've reached the age where you might start meeting men who have been married before and even have kids". It sounded so ominous Is the guy in the pic a known celeb or did someone put a pic of themself alongside some original insight they came up with?
I used to post on standupshots and it's mostly open mic wannabes posting their own jokes on photos of themselves. Most are unfunny, and I don't recognize this guy so I just assumed this was from there.
That's certainly how it feels when I watch a mainstream sitcom. Regardless I don't agree.
A guy in his thirties looking like that and having a decent career won't have a problem lining up dates with women in their mid to late twenties. I'm somewhere in the thirties bracket and I just kind of assume this where all the singles go to die.
As a childless man over 30, I look forward to raising another man's child, and my wife not being able to have any more kids. Cuz society can't accept the idea of my dating a 27 year old fertile woman. Not yours for not managing to have kids with a "fertile" partner actually near your own age at the time. I mean, if some "society" is preventing people from being happy then that is society's fault, but I really don't think that's what's going on here. I'm sure the 27 year olds would be lining up at his door if not for the occasional sideways glance from "society".
As we get older, so do our habits, likes and dislikes making it hard for us to adjust to something new or look at things differently. Trust me I get it, but this also the reason why many of us are single. We own our own homes, rides and travel on our own dime.
This sometimes causes conflict when we date a man that may not have all of our accolades but is a good man nonetheless. While being strong and independent is great, grown women tend to forget to let a man be a man. As I mentioned in mistake 2, our patience becomes more than a virtue as we get older.
At 30 our lives are busy. We have careers, busy social lives and maybe a family to care for so finding time to date may be last on our to-do list.
Unfortunately this scenario leaves our chances of finding the right guy dramatically low. Since dating is needed to find our Mr.
Right it must be treated as a priority.