When Men Waste Women's Time

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Article about men wasting women’s time.


Doesn’t this just illustrate the point that men are just utility tools for women? True or frivolous?
 
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I found one major error:

If she wants to have children, time is a resource she simply has less of. A woman only has until her late 30s by most physicians’ estimates to have kids without increased risks to mother and child.
I would reduce it to age 27 for her, because that's when her biological clock starts making itself more known. So if a man starts dating her close to age 27 or beyond, he has very little time to make his decision of whether he should procreate with her or not because she's going to be pestering him for a baby in no time. If he starts dating her at age 20, he has 7 years to make that decision.
 

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If a man is wasting a woman’s time it’s her fault for allowing that to happen. This is ignoring red flags, tolerating a relationship that she knows is going no where and allowing herself to be fooled by lies.

I honestly don’t think a man can play a woman (with lies or misrepresentation) for years without her knowing unless she is a complete idiot.

As a female I see it happen ( and almost fell into myself once) where women rationalize a crap relationship because they either don’t want to be alone, don’t want to be the only single girl in the group, want the status of being a couple, want a kid and marriage so badly or some other reason to keep allowing her time to be wasted.

women who end up burned like this, especially more than once are more likely to than be bitter but it’s their behaviour and choices they should be bitter about:

If you’re just his plate and it’s a year and you want more but it’s not going to happen? Next
If you want kids and he’s on the fence about that after a year of being together? Next
If he keeps saying he wants a relationship but is not ready and it’s been a year? Next
If he says he’s in love and youthe one blah blah but his actions say otherwise? Next

A year is a enough time to figure out the trajectory of the relationship, imo. If it’s not where you want it to be, don’t blame him, he has a right to choose what he wants or doesn’t want to do, it’s just not compatible with what you want so... next!
 

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If a man is wasting a woman’s time it’s her fault for allowing that to happen. This is ignoring red flags, tolerating a relationship that she knows is going no where and allowing herself to be fooled by lies.

I honestly don’t think a man can play a woman (with lies or misrepresentation) for years without her knowing unless she is a complete idiot.

As a female I see it happen ( and almost fell into myself once) where women rationalize a crap relationship because they either don’t want to be alone, don’t want to be the only single girl in the group, want the status of being a couple, want a kid and marriage so badly or some other reason to keep allowing her time to be wasted.

women who end up burned like this, especially more than once are more likely to than be bitter but it’s their behaviour and choices they should be bitter about:

If you’re just his plate and it’s a year and you want more but it’s not going to happen? Next
If you want kids and he’s on the fence about that after a year of being together? Next
If he keeps saying he wants a relationship but is not ready and it’s been a year? Next
If he says he’s in love and youthe one blah blah but his actions say otherwise? Next

A year is a enough time to figure out the trajectory of the relationship, imo. If it’s not where you want it to be, don’t blame him, he has a right to choose what he wants or doesn’t want to do, it’s just not compatible with what you want so... next!
AJ I'd like a females perspective on an OLDER couple, late 40's living together, both done having kids. Maybe close to being Empty Nesters.
Aside form Disney Wedding fantasy, what is the expiration date for engagement and marriage in that situation?
 
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AJ I'd like a females perspective on an OLDER couple, late 40's living together, both done having kids. Maybe close to being Empty Nesters.
Aside form Disney Wedding fantasy, what is the expiration date for engagement and marriage in that situation?
It depends on if one of them wants that. Not everyone gets married just to have kids and in fact older couples with grown or no children get married all the time.
If a couple is on the same page and wants the same things from the relationship, then it’s not a waste of time. There are lots of couples who are perfectly fine with never getting married or even never living together.

However, when one wants more than the other is willing to give then it’s a waste of time.
In your example, if she wants to get married (I’m assuming it will be her not him wanting that lol) then yeah I think anything more than a year from when she wanted that is a waste of her time if it’s going to be an issue for her. And if she really wants it, it will be an issue and it will be a headache for him.

This is my opinion of course, I can’t speak for all women so for some they may feel three years waiting around is fine.
I think for fertile women who want kids and marriage they can’t afford to waste much time and ideally she would be looking for a potential husband in her early 20s.
 

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It depends on if one of them wants that. Not everyone gets married just to have kids and in fact older couples with grown or no children get married all the time.
If a couple is on the same page and wants the same things from the relationship, then it’s not a waste of time. There are lots of couples who are perfectly fine with never getting married or even never living together.

However, when one wants more than the other is willing to give then it’s a waste of time.
In your example, if she wants to get married (I’m assuming it will be her not him wanting that lol) then yeah I think anything more than a year from when she wanted that is a waste of her time if it’s going to be an issue for her. And if she really wants it, it will be an issue and it will be a headache for him.

This is my opinion of course, I can’t speak for all women so for some they may feel three years waiting around is fine.
I think for fertile women who want kids and marriage they can’t afford to waste much time and ideally she would be looking for a potential husband in her early 20s.
Define a waste of time. Are each building something and doing things together? Are they both open to kids some day? If both are on the same page, I do not see an issue. I think, nowadays, if one of them (dude or dudette) have a lot of assets, they'd be crazy to get married. It's just too risky in the states. You'd be surprised how many dudes have told me their wives had changed pretty quickly after marriage. Some were able to get out of it okay, some are still suffering through their own living hell. I know a couple of them who are through it and in new relationships, but are actually terrified of the marriage contract. Prob. more so of the divorce attys.

Not sure how it is up north, but in the Northeast US, divorce is a very lucative business for the lawyers. One dude, after a year of marriage offered his wife 5k, plus moving expenses, all wedding gifts and health insurance for the rest of the year instead of a divorce. She declined and they went through the divorce machine. They each spent around 15k to the attys. All he wanted was out of the contract, didn't want anything from her. She got nothing. He's terrified in marriage. Has no issues with kids or anything else, but is absolutely terrified of the divorce machine.
 

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If a man is wasting a woman’s time it’s her fault for allowing that to happen. This is ignoring red flags, tolerating a relationship that she knows is going no where and allowing herself to be fooled by lies.

I honestly don’t think a man can play a woman (with lies or misrepresentation) for years without her knowing unless she is a complete idiot.

As a female I see it happen ( and almost fell into myself once) where women rationalize a crap relationship because they either don’t want to be alone, don’t want to be the only single girl in the group, want the status of being a couple, want a kid and marriage so badly or some other reason to keep allowing her time to be wasted.

women who end up burned like this, especially more than once are more likely to than be bitter but it’s their behaviour and choices they should be bitter about:

If you’re just his plate and it’s a year and you want more but it’s not going to happen? Next
If you want kids and he’s on the fence about that after a year of being together? Next
If he keeps saying he wants a relationship but is not ready and it’s been a year? Next
If he says he’s in love and youthe one blah blah but his actions say otherwise? Next

A year is a enough time to figure out the trajectory of the relationship, imo. If it’s not where you want it to be, don’t blame him, he has a right to choose what he wants or doesn’t want to do, it’s just not compatible with what you want so... next!
It's a rejection buffer. People are afraid to enter the dating market and face rejection.
 

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If people were simply honest there would be less of this nonsense. I repeatedly told my ex gf that I did not want kids or to get married. (With her, but I wasn't THAT honest.) She clung to the idea regardless. That's not my fault.

For men it's usually a fear of loss of pu$$y.
 

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Define a waste of time. Are each building something and doing things together? Are they both open to kids some day? If both are on the same page, I do not see an issue. I think, nowadays, if one of them (dude or dudette) have a lot of assets, they'd be crazy to get married. It's just too risky in the states. You'd be surprised how many dudes have told me their wives had changed pretty quickly after marriage. Some were able to get out of it okay, some are still suffering through their own living hell. I know a couple of them who are through it and in new relationships, but are actually terrified of the marriage contract. Prob. more so of the divorce attys.

Not sure how it is up north, but in the Northeast US, divorce is a very lucative business for the lawyers. One dude, after a year of marriage offered his wife 5k, plus moving expenses, all wedding gifts and health insurance for the rest of the year instead of a divorce. She declined and they went through the divorce machine. They each spent around 15k to the attys. All he wanted was out of the contract, didn't want anything from her. She got nothing. He's terrified in marriage. Has no issues with kids or anything else, but is absolutely terrified of the divorce machine.
Waste of time when one wants the relationship to go in a direction that the other person doesn’t.

Divorce law is the same in Canada and common law marriage is recognized in all provinces (unlike the US where some states like Florida don’t recognize it).

If a guy doesn’t want to get married because of the risk then he should definitely not cave to the pressure to get married, but on the same token, if a woman really wants to get married and the guy doesn’t because he is afraid of the risk, then she should not be expected to waste her time.

People have a right to search for potential mates whose relationship values and goals are as closely aligned to theirs as possible. That includes men who don’t want to get married and women who do.

Even if it doesn’t make sense to us why someone may want certain things from a relationship, it’s not our desire, it’s not our goal to ridicule or criticize, so instead of trying to bend other people to our will (almost never sustainable and a total headache to do) it’s just easier to let them find what they want and we do the same.

Relationships are not one sided. And if a guy is really afraid of losing his assets then no he should not get married because he is basically betting on the relationship failing in the future. That’s not a good mindset for him and not being married will feel a lot better for him.
And there are women who are fine with not getting married :)
 
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The entire premise is completely absurd.

On the times I haven't became exclusive when a woman want,. I've still gave her so much value that it's given me headache. Good nights out, good sex, high quality attention. I've done most of the heavy lifting: just decided not to do yet more of it.

It's basically like when someone is so spoilt then they moan about something completely silly.

Personally, I see this as just nagging.

I honestly don’t think a man can play a woman (with lies or misrepresentation) for years without her knowing unless she is a complete idiot.
Can with high IQ women and not difficult, unless she accesses personal data sneakily such as phone and internet.
 

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Article about men wasting women’s time.


Doesn’t this just illustrate the point that men are just utility tools for women? True or frivolous?
Not really. If you want to "play the field," do that. Don't shack up with some pretty young thing, while you build your business, and then dump her when her eggs are 3yrs shy of turning into pumpkins. It's ****ing rude. You're supposed to be a man. Part of being a man is realizing you aren't planning to make babies with the chick you've been stringing along, for convenient, regular sex, and setting her free to find a guy who does want to make babies with her. She has a shelf life, and you're the MAN -- i.e., the responsible party.

I gave my baby brother a ration of **** about this, many moons ago, because he would string these girls on, for years at a time, with them thinking he was gonna marry them, then he'd line up some new chick, and start all over again. And *I* was supposedly the "*******," because I'd see a bunch of different girls simultaneously, and then ghost them after a couple weeks or a couple months(max), but I never lied to them, or shacked up with them, and made them think I was going to marry them.

I thought it was cowardly, lazy, and disgusting, personally. I derisively called him a "serial monogamist."

So, no, I've always said this: don't monopolize a woman's fertile years, if you know you don't want to make babies with her. That's robbing her of her purpose, even if she's too stupid to realize it. It would be just as bad for a woman to stay with you until you sold your company, and then clean out your bank account, and split the country.

You wanna be a player? Then, be a player, like a real man. Don't play house, like a ***** who's afraid he'll never get laid again.
 

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Not really. If you want to "play the field," do that. Don't shack up with some pretty young thing, while you build your business, and then dump her when her eggs are 3yrs shy of turning into pumpkins. It's ****ing rude. You're supposed to be a man. Part of being a man is realizing you aren't planning to make babies with the chick you've been stringing along, for convenient, regular sex, and setting her free to find a guy who does want to make babies with her. She has a shelf life, and you're the MAN -- i.e., the responsible party.

I gave my baby brother a ration of **** about this, many moons ago, because he would string these girls on, for years at a time, with them thinking he was gonna marry them, then he'd line up some new chick, and start all over again. And *I* was supposedly the "*******," because I'd see a bunch of different girls simultaneously, and then ghost them after a couple weeks or a couple months(max), but I never lied to them, or shacked up with them, and made them think I was going to marry them.

I thought it was cowardly, lazy, and disgusting, personally. I derisively called him a "serial monogamist."

So, no, I've always said this: don't monopolize a woman's fertile years, if you know you don't want to make babies with her. That's robbing her of her purpose, even if she's too stupid to realize it. It would be just as bad for a woman to stay with you until you sold your company, and then clean out your bank account, and split the country.

You wanna be a player? Then, be a player, like a real man. Don't play house, like a ***** who's afraid he'll never get laid again.
If your brother was a man, he'd have told you to piss off and mind your business.
 

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If your brother was a man, he'd have told you to piss off and mind your business.
Fvck off, pvssy. Real men don't get laid under false pretenses. Grow up. I get sick of reading sh1t on here from desperate guys who act like they stopped making pvssy in 1999, asking the moral equivalent of "the nursing home across the street is on fire. would it be ok for me to run over there and try to get some, while it's still hot?" I don't know if the internet made more psychos, or just gave them a platform. SMH
 
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^^^^Desperate pathetic loser
Trying to imagine me or my brother lecturing each other self-righteously on our sexual habits like that...

Complete f.ucking joke. Zero adult boundaries.

Surprising what goes on with some.
 

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Fvck off, pvssy. Real men don't get laid under false pretenses. Grow up. I get sick of reading sh1t on here from desperate guys who act like they stopped making pvssy in 1999, asking the moral equivalent of "the nursing home across the street is on fire. would it be ok for me to run over there and try to get some, while it's still hot?" I don't know if the internet made more psychos, or just gave them a platform. SMH
Hang on, you edited it with an unsurprising completely emotional arguement.

The internet has made snowflake gays, that's what it's made.

You can point me in the direction last time this place even had a debate, if you'd like.
 

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Trying to imagine me or my brother lecturing each other self-righteously on our sexual habits like that...

Complete f.ucking joke. Zero adult boundaries.

Surprising what goes on with some.
Trying to imagine having a brother? Not likely, with 1.3 kids per household. I have several brothers. Brothers give each other sh1t. It's part of the job description....unless you're step-brothers, and didn't really grow up together, and have to navigate the minefield of fragmented family politics.
 

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Trying to imagine having a brother? Not likely, with 1.3 kids per household. I have brothers. Brothers give each ****. It's part of job description....unless you're step-brothers, and didn't really grow up together, and have to navigate the minefield of fragmented family politics.
Trying to imagine my brother lecturing... never mind. Read it mate in sentences.

Even my dad wouldn't speak to me like that.

I literally can't understand your brother sitting there listening to that sh1te.
 
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