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Starting to think women view men like ice cream

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When I was young I would be so befuddled with how women can just change their mind liking a dude but now that I’m older I’m wiser I don’t take it personally and view it as women just trying different ice creams. Some may even recommend the ice cream to other girls. If you Fock a girl amazing she’ll do this she will recommend you to her girlfriends lol. This frame has made me less attached and just focus on having fun and not taking things perosonally which has worked out very very very well. Just food for thoughts
 

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So a woman wants to share a man?
If I’m a relationship no. I find women to be super territorial with their man but if it’s just a fun guy the **** then yes they will share. And that’s the best frame as a man to be, the fun cool guy that girls love to be around and have sex with ice had a period where I was that in college and that was when I was the happiest lmao. No drama just fun sex
 

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So a woman wants to share a man?
Not all, but some. I actually believe it's a significant minority of women who will not share as practiced in actual polygamy, but will tolerate a well-heeled, famous, or powerful men's affairs. Some women are also attracted to married men.


A former close friend of mine has cheated on his wife since they dated. He is rich and comes from a rich family. He never had to improve himself or felt bad that he "didn't earn" his status like an honorable red-pilled man.

I remember one time being at his house when he was engaged and a huge blowout happened because her sister and brother-in-law came over, angered that they caught him red-handed dancing with and kissing another woman in a Manhattan nightclub. I left soon after they arrived. How did he get out of it? Denied, denied, and denied. They are married to this day, for twenty years. Did she ever leave because of his philandering? She ain't goin' nowhere. Likely because her and the children's life is too good with him

My retired psychologist once told me a story about a female patient's cheating husband who was not only cheating sexually, but part-time living in another woman's home with her children and paying bills. I highly doubt this man's mistress didn't know he was married.

I once was asked out by a female coworker shortly after I got engaged. I politely declined.
 

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When I was young I would be so befuddled with how women can just change their mind liking a dude but now that I’m older I’m wiser I don’t take it personally and view it as women just trying different ice creams. Some may even recommend the ice cream to other girls. If you Fock a girl amazing she’ll do this she will recommend you to her girlfriends lol. This frame has made me less attached and just focus on having fun and not taking things perosonally which has worked out very very very well. Just food for thoughts
I don't seem to have ever been recommended by any chick. :mad:
 

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Not all, but some. I actually believe it's a significant minority of women who will not share as practiced in actual polygamy, but will tolerate a well-heeled, famous, or powerful men's affairs. Some women are also attracted to married men.


A former close friend of mine has cheated on his wife since they dated. He is rich and comes from a rich family. He never had to improve himself or felt bad that he "didn't earn" his status like an honorable red-pilled man.

I remember one time being at his house when he was engaged and a huge blowout happened because her sister and brother-in-law came over, angered that they caught him red-handed dancing with and kissing another woman in a Manhattan nightclub. I left soon after they arrived. How did he get out of it? Denied, denied, and denied. They are married to this day, for twenty years. Did she ever leave because of his philandering? She ain't goin' nowhere. Likely because her and the children's life is too good with him

My retired psychologist once told me a story about a female patient's cheating husband who was not only cheating sexually, but part-time living in another woman's home with her children and paying bills. I highly doubt this man's mistress didn't know he was married.

I once was asked out by a female coworker shortly after I got engaged. I politely declined.
Most don't, but they do like to brag about their lovers.
You know I'm thinking.

Can there be a man so good that a woman would want to share him, with her sister?

If probably not, then if there are men so good that women want to share it with their female friends, then they likely are seeking validation from their female friends. So women at the top of the attractiveness chain probably don't care to share a man with anyone.
 

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f probably not, then if there are men so good that women want to share it with their female friends, then they likely are seeking validation from their female friends.
You have all this all wrong. They don’t wan’t to share him. They tolerate sharing him because of his fame, resources, or power.

Are you interested in getting a woman for yourself?
 

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You have all this all wrong. They don’t wan’t to share him. They tolerate sharing him because of his fame, resources, or power.

Are you interested in getting a woman for yourself?
I mean for cases where women /do/ share a guy they're seeing, they're only interested in sharing it to women that they are seeking validation from.
 

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I mean for cases where women /do/ share a guy they're seeing, they're only interested in sharing it to women that they are seeking validation from.
I’m not sure. Analyzing their behavior can drive you nuts.
 
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