Tammy

Marion, NC

#21 May 25, 2013
How old were you when you met this "ten year older guy"
Tammy

Marion, NC

#22 May 25, 2013
From the way you talk Id say you are young. When did this man meet you? When you were 8?
Koda

United States

#23 May 25, 2013
What does it matter how old I am or was? We are happy and taking things very slow. We actually commit instead of get pissed at each other and "break up". For the original poster, I am saying not all marion men are the way you are stating. My boyfriend has never been in debt, is the boss of a very good nice paying job, his children come first before anything, and he has a very nice life. You just have to look for the type of man you are looking for. He isn't going to just pop out right in front of your face. Also, if you are taken by a guy, why are you even looking for attractive guys? The grass isn't always greener on the other side. You're going to find the type of guys everywhere you go. Some of them might have problems they can't help. I am not trying to start an argument. I am stating my opinion same as everyone else.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#24 May 25, 2013
See that right there is was the op was talking about. People in this county would rather shack up, when they should be getting themselves educated in college, but noooo... They would rather lay with them legs wide open and you see what it gets us. More of the same in "MacDowell" county
Tammy

Marion, NC

#25 May 25, 2013
Whats your parents think about your little shacking up?
Koda

United States

#26 May 25, 2013
I am actually taking care of his youngest right now so that he doesn't have to pay the daycare an ungodly amount of money. Then I am going to college. I am teaching her everyday and she knows more than a child her age usually knows. The daycare she was at was horrible. They wanted him to pay for two kids when only one was going. I am not "shacking up" with him either. I would love to go to college right now but in my life, the children come first. And I actually think that is the most moral thing to do. Child comes first before my personal needs. I am so sorry that I should be getting an "education" right now instead of trying to take care of a child. How horrible of me. I have my highschool diploma and after the youngest gets into school, I am going to college. Yes, I could just let him pay almost $700 a month for her to go to daycare and I could have my college degree but that is what a good girlfriend does. She tries to help out her boyfriend when things come up. That is called commitment. And I am still young. I have the rest of my life to think about college. I don't have to get it as soon as I get out of highschool. Yes it may look better but things come up.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#27 May 25, 2013
Sounds me to you're just "playing" mom and yes, you should have gotten an education right after high school. Most people don't ever go back. They say the same things you are. This man may dump you later on and then where would you be. Honey, you will find out the hard way if not sooner then later.
flameeater

United States

#28 May 25, 2013
Most of the classmates i went to school with, who then went on to collage, are still having to work mcjobs or something similar to pay back outtragious collage loans. And to make matters worse, they can't seem to find jobs in their field of study. The few that can are not making enough money to justify the cost, both financial and time, spent. It doesn't gain an advantage the same way it once did, and for good reason. I call these people "educated idiots". The workplace is figuring this out as well, and it shows. Grown ass children, with little to no life experiance. The education system in this country has now become a business focused more on profits then anything else and keeps pumping these people out like an assembly line. Life is harder for the collage grad then you let on. I however wasn't taken in by the sales pitch, invested wisely, and now my life is damn near paradise. I feel sorry for the "educated" these days. Nothing more then revenue for a bloated school budget.
Koda

United States

#29 May 25, 2013
And if he does decide to let me go, so be it. I will hate it if it comes to that but I have a home to go back to and I am still young enough to go get my college "education". I still have time. What gives you any right to tell people what they should and should not do?
Tammy

Marion, NC

#30 May 25, 2013
Well duh, if you stay around here looking for a high paying "educated" job, your not going to find it. That's why most move away AFTER they are educated. Industry will not move those high paying jobs to this area because the boys want to drop out and the girls wanna lay with their legs open. It's not surprising McDowell is in the shape it is.
Flameeater

United States

#31 May 25, 2013
Sounds to me like she is just another person who has made bad decisions, and now thinks everyone else should do the same. Or maybe she is to dumb to realize that she is unimportant, and her happiness means nothing to anyone but herself. She has no right to tell anyone what to do. I live my life by the 3 F rule. Which simply states that there are only 3 people I am concerned with making happy. These are the people who are 1) Financing me 2) Fucking me or 3) Feeding me. As best I recall, Tammy is doing none of the three, that being said, be miserable by yourself. No one else cares.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#32 May 25, 2013
Koda wrote:
And if he does decide to let me go, so be it. I will hate it if it comes to that but I have a home to go back to and I am still young enough to go get my college "education". I still have time. What gives you any right to tell people what they should and should not do?
Honey, I could care less what you do. That's up to you. I bet you make your parents proud (forgive my sarcasm).
Flameeater

United States

#33 May 25, 2013
The problem with that kind of thinking Tammy is the cost of living. You may make more money, but it costs exponentially more to live in such an area. Again, the gain is minimal at best. Most people don't actually bother to run the numbers and do the math, maybe you should. But of course maybe it is me who is wrong, after all, the only thing a person is EVER worth is how much money they can bring to the bank right? All those starving artists, musicians, inventors, the men who founded this great country... The soldiers who make shit pay to defend your fat ass... fuck em.
Koda

United States

#34 May 25, 2013
Yes actually. My mother actually really likes my boyfriend. She thinks I made a very wise decision. My boyfriend actually got my brother a good high paying job.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#35 May 25, 2013
LOL! Honey, you are the one that should do the math. Yes it is more costly to live in a larger city but not THAT much more costly for the amount you gain. It is not all about money, it is about quality of life too and I would hardly think living dirt poor in Methdowell county is any type of quality of life. I did get educated and moved back here. I own my own business here and do well, thank you.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#36 May 25, 2013
Koda wrote:
Yes actually. My mother actually really likes my boyfriend. She thinks I made a very wise decision. My boyfriend actually got my brother a good high paying job.
What about your father. Since you are his daughter it seems he would not be in favor. Oppss I'm sorry for a moment I forgot we were in McDowell. Do you even know who your father is?... lol
Flameeater

United States

#37 May 25, 2013
So basically, you and I just defeated your entire argument? I live a dream, and do very well for myself, and you own a business and do very well for yourself, right here in ol' methdowell... Also, I might also note that owning your own business does not help your argument of education, seeing as how it takes NO EDUCATION AT ALL to own a business, just a varying amount of capitol, depending on the business.
Flameeater

United States

#38 May 25, 2013
Also, I might note that you might want to be more specific as to which "big city" you speak of... The quality of life in say... Detroit, or perhaps parts of Chicago... as opposed to some nicer rural areas in other parts of the country. I honestly don,t see alot of problems in my neck of the woods here in Marion. No more then I have seen when I lived in Tampa, or Columbus OH. Its a give and take situation, personally I like the seclusion of living in a rural area. No loud ass neighbors to bother me.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#39 May 25, 2013
No matter, my daughter went to school with you and I know who you are now. She was telling me your mother had a bunch of surgery to loose weight but is big as a cow again.
Tammy

Marion, NC

#40 May 25, 2013
Flameeater wrote:
Also, I might note that you might want to be more specific as to which "big city" you speak of... The quality of life in say... Detroit, or perhaps parts of Chicago... as opposed to some nicer rural areas in other parts of the country. I honestly don,t see alot of problems in my neck of the woods here in Marion. No more then I have seen when I lived in Tampa, or Columbus OH. Its a give and take situation, personally I like the seclusion of living in a rural area. No loud ass neighbors to bother me.
Good, you should fit right in, then.

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