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Paragould, AR

#1 Jan 26, 2013
Some can have a good faithful wife and that's not good enough. Can anyone answer why they can't just be honest and say they are ready to move on and why do they generally go after the easiest, trash girl? I know there is good guys out there, I just can't seem to find one.
guest

Paragould, AR

#2 Jan 26, 2013
There is no such thing as good guys they all suck in their own way!!!!!

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#3 Jan 26, 2013
Guest wrote:
Some can have a good faithful wife and that's not good enough. Can anyone answer why they can't just be honest and say they are ready to move on and why do they generally go after the easiest, trash girl? I know there is good guys out there, I just can't seem to find one.
Did you ever stop and think it may be how you treat that person that drives them away. If it seems to be a reoccurring thing for you, then maybe you should stop and take a good hard look at yourself instead of pointing the finger at the man every single time.
good guy

Paragould, AR

#4 Jan 26, 2013
I'm looking for a good woman, can't find one here in Paragould area. Their all nut's, have PMS, mostly Gold diggers ,or druggies. Hey , I aint no ANGEL. But i'm trying

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#5 Jan 26, 2013
They pick the trashiest & easiest to lessen the blow of their studidity. You see, at first it's sex & the thrill of something new. They get the "I'm back in highschool fu#k its" (that's a nice way of saying recapturing their youth & feeling virile). After a few months of playing....then reality kicks in. She starts b!tching, she wants something in return the sex is "not so new" anymore & he finds she doesn't cook, clean or hold steady employment. Most times the hunter becomes the hunted. By then he figures out this isn't what he really wanted at all & misses what he gave up. Happens like this every time & he will usually stay with the new one because the one he left won't take him back. Just know.... you'll get your evens by allowing him to leave .....for what comes next is really fun to sit back & watch:)

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#6 Jan 26, 2013
Little Gnomeo wrote:
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Did you ever stop and think it may be how you treat that person that drives them away. If it seems to be a reoccurring thing for you, then maybe you should stop and take a good hard look at yourself instead of pointing the finger at the man every single time.
Uh, as profound as your words sound....there's no excuse for infidelities or lying. I don't care how bad you treat one another.... the option is always the door, you know?

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#7 Jan 26, 2013
The Laptop Lolita wrote:
<quoted text>Uh, as profound as your words sound....there's no excuse for infidelities or lying. I don't care how bad you treat one another.... the option is always the door, you know?
and I agree with you. You should never stay with anyone and cheat on them. That wasn't by any means what I was saying. I would leave the person before I ever moved on to anyone else.
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Lockhart, TX

#9 Jan 26, 2013
Little Gnomeo wrote:
<quoted text>and I agree with you. You should never stay with anyone and cheat on them. That wasn't by any means what I was saying. I would leave the person before I ever moved on to anyone else.
You should also get a divorce before moving on with someone else.

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#10 Jan 26, 2013
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<quoted text>You should also get a divorce before moving on with someone else.
I am getting a divorce, and can't nobody tell you that you can't move on once your spouse decides they don't want to be with you and throws you out. That's just something they gotta deal with now.
good guy

Paragould, AR

#11 Jan 26, 2013
I like being single , I can do what and whatever I want. And its a lot cheaper being single, I have 8 thousand in my checking , never could save money when i was married. I am very happy being single.

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#12 Jan 26, 2013
Little Gnomeo wrote:
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I am getting a divorce, and can't nobody tell you that you can't move on once your spouse decides they don't want to be with you and throws you out. That's just something they gotta deal with now.
A break & a break up are different animals. Throwing someone out doesn't mean you're divorced. Until that paper's signed by a judge...you're still married & should act as such, even if you dwell in different households. A verbal agreement didn't marry you, nor does it separate you. Married is married. Separated is still married. Thrown out... still married. A legal binding contract. Just because you're not like you were a year into your numptials doesn't erase the facts you're still legally attached. You don't have to respect the a$$hole or b!tch you married but one should respect the agrees contract until it's declared no longer.

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#13 Jan 26, 2013
good guy wrote:
I like being single , I can do what and whatever I want. And its a lot cheaper being single, I have 8 thousand in my checking , never could save money when i was married. I am very happy being single.
High five, belly bump & slap on the butt...I hear you dear!:)
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Paragould, AR

#14 Jan 26, 2013
The Laptop Lolita wrote:
They pick the trashiest & easiest to lessen the blow of their studidity. You see, at first it's sex & the thrill of something new. They get the "I'm back in highschool fu#k its" (that's a nice way of saying recapturing their youth & feeling virile). After a few months of playing....then reality kicks in. She starts b!tching, she wants something in return the sex is "not so new" anymore & he finds she doesn't cook, clean or hold steady employment. Most times the hunter becomes the hunted. By then he figures out this isn't what he really wanted at all & misses what he gave up. Happens like this every time & he will usually stay with the new one because the one he left won't take him back. Just know.... you'll get your evens by allowing him to leave .....for what comes next is really fun to sit back & watch:)
your right. It's all about easy free piece and thinking the other woman is going to be different but their not. We still want attention, time spent together etc. I know I have flaws. I'm insecure, complained because never had time with me or for me but always did his buddies. It just dont help the feelings of being cheated on, the lies, betrayal, always last on the list. I'm thinking maybe single is the way to go. Noone to please or answer to but myself. I just got to learn how to deal with the hurt first. He chose what he wants, now I have to learn to let go(not asking him to come back, nor letting him if he changes his mind). Time to learn to be strong.
good guy

Paragould, AR

#15 Jan 26, 2013
The Laptop Lolita wrote:
<quoted text>High five, belly bump & slap on the butt...I hear you dear!:)
Thank's Babe, your a sweetie!!!! love ,the single guy.
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Paragould, AR

#16 Jan 26, 2013
Little Gnomeo wrote:
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I am getting a divorce, and can't nobody tell you that you can't move on once your spouse decides they don't want to be with you and throws you out. That's just something they gotta deal with now.
Moving on is what I've got to learn to do. I've got to learn to not call him and ask him back, leave when we end up at the same place and stick to no if he decides he's made a bad chose. It's happened before and I would call him and ask to work it out and he'd come back after awhile but it wouldn't change. I've got to break the cycle and learn to respect myself by not asking him back.

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#17 Jan 26, 2013
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<quoted text>your right. It's all about easy free piece and thinking the other woman is going to be different but their not. We still want attention, time spent together etc. I know I have flaws. I'm insecure, complained because never had time with me or for me but always did his buddies. It just dont help the feelings of being cheated on, the lies, betrayal, always last on the list. I'm thinking maybe single is the way to go. Noone to please or answer to but myself. I just got to learn how to deal with the hurt first. He chose what he wants, now I have to learn to let go(not asking him to come back, nor letting him if he changes his mind). Time to learn to be strong.
You have to make time for one another. That's just a necessity.
good guy

Paragould, AR

#18 Jan 26, 2013
I'm 54 going on double 55 soon in June. wanna be friends.
Guest

Paragould, AR

#19 Jan 26, 2013
Meant bad choice
Guest

Longview, TX

#21 Jan 28, 2013
Little Gnomeo wrote:
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I am getting a divorce, and can't nobody tell you that you can't move on once your spouse decides they don't want to be with you and throws you out. That's just something they gotta deal with now.
sure thing Tim Calver

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#22 Jan 28, 2013
If you're divorced it's over. End of story. there's a reson you got divorced. Going back to each other afterwards just creates more pain.

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