single women going after married MAN

single women going after married MAN

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its time

Blossom, TX

#1 Nov 8, 2009
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
Just Facts and Thinking

United States

#2 Nov 8, 2009
It takes two...

Not one...
its time

Blossom, TX

#3 Nov 8, 2009
that is ture but this girl goes after them and keeps on going ,yes the guy should have enough sence to stay away , and i know EVERYBODY says that but, if she would not make the first move and KEEP on at it then it might NOT happen.
ELF-u

United States

#4 Nov 8, 2009
Just Facts and Thinking wrote:
It takes two...
Not one...
ya it takes two BUT it wouldnt add up if she didnt allow and encourage the relationship
JMO

Paris, TX

#5 Nov 8, 2009
same dirty laundry, different clothes line
kick his azz to the curb and move on!
Trials

Paris, TX

#6 Nov 8, 2009
its time wrote:
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
"why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids."
I imagine the answer to your question is going to be the same answer as the question "Why can't you spell?"
Ya Know

Paris, TX

#7 Nov 9, 2009
Could be if the wives weren't spending so much time griping on topix, their husbands would be so enamored of them they wouldn't even think of looking at another woman no matter how hard she tried. So get off the computer, put on some makeup, and start cleaning that trailer!
JMO

United States

#8 Nov 9, 2009
It's easy to figure this one out. Husband and wife probably got married when they were 18 years old, been married for 20 years. The man is tired of the same ole' thing every day. A single woman, a little flirting and he feel's 18 again. This can go both way's. I think this what they call a mid-life crisis? A fling before they need viagra to get it up.
Right Wing Radical

Wylie, TX

#9 Nov 9, 2009
its time wrote:
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
You hit the nail on the head. It is a game for the women and the men do it b/c this woman comes w/ no strings attached and doesn't care if he cheats on her and doesn't bitch if he doesn't tell her he cares about her b/c she'll just go out and find some other sap to make her feel special. It's a lonely, shallow way to live life imo but some people get off on it. They'll be alone and no one will like/love them when they die though so that kinda makes up for it...
someone

Blossom, TX

#10 Nov 9, 2009
Trials wrote:
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"why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids."
I imagine the answer to your question is going to be the same answer as the question "Why can't you spell?"
That is not even right for you to say that about how a person can or can't spell I bet you have no flaws at all except your claws People like you make others feel bad about there self.
Right Wing Radical

Wylie, TX

#11 Nov 9, 2009
I can't believe how cold some of you are. Just b/c it takes 2 doesn't mean the woman's not a dirty slut and the man's not a pos. Both are at fault but that means both of them are doing something morally wrong.

Since: Nov 09

Milwaukee, WI

#12 Nov 9, 2009
its time wrote:
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
Sounds like a so called "woman" that lives in Sulphur Springs that chases men that work on the road a lot. Old wrinkled up prune, that still wears rockie mountains, yuck! Men cannot be committed to just one person, they stray away by the smallest temptation, then the person usually doesn't want them anymore, because it's not fun.
someone

Blossom, TX

#13 Nov 9, 2009
no paris,,, and goes to chruch on sunday
over 40 never married

Paris, TX

#14 Nov 9, 2009
its time wrote:
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
It has been my experience that some (a lot) of married men go after single women. Not just go after them, practically stalk them. A lot of men have such egos, that if a women nods to them in the grocery store, they think she is hot for them and then they start making complete idiots of themselves. I once knew a newly wed that thought because his mother-in-law would fix him a plate or offer to get him a drink, that she was hot for him. I told him she was just being nice and not to make a fool of himself with his wife's mother.
yeah right

Dallas, TX

#15 Nov 9, 2009
its time wrote:
ok I know there will be a lot of bs on here about this, but can some one tell me why a single woman that has never been married and is way over 40 only try to see married man? I know it is the wife or girlfriend fault. right? what ever! why can't these kinda of people try to fine someone that does not have a wife and kids. they act like it is a game for them!
I SAY KICK HIM TO THE CURB DONT BLAME ANYONE BUT HIM IF HE WANTED TO MAKE IT WORK IT WOULD BE WORKING BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY YOU WANT IT TO I HATE EVERYONE ALWAYS BLAMES THE OTHER WOMAN WHAT DOES SHE CARE SHE IS JUST DOING WHAT SHE WANTS HE IS THE ONE IN THE WRONG YOUR NOT MARRIED TO HER
Andeee

Paris, TX

#16 Nov 9, 2009
If he strays it is his fault. After all, he is the one who took the vows not the woman giving him the attention which is probably what is making him feel good about himself and making him want to stray.
Right Wing Radical

Wylie, TX

#17 Nov 9, 2009
If you murder someone and someone else knows about it they're also responsible in legal terms if they help you conceal it. Same moral value applies here.
wow

Tyler, TX

#18 Nov 10, 2009
Right Wing Radical wrote:
If you murder someone and someone else knows about it they're also responsible in legal terms if they help you conceal it. Same moral value applies here.
You and I think exactly alike on this one! From reading the post above, it sounds like many people have gone down that path already.
Right Wing Radical

Wylie, TX

#19 Nov 10, 2009
wow wrote:
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You and I think exactly alike on this one! From reading the post above, it sounds like many people have gone down that path already.
Marriage means nothing in todays society whether it's the married person doing wrong or the single person knowingly facilitating a married person in breaking thier vows. I saw a movie not to long ago, can't remember which one but 2 women were talking to each other about if a man were married or not and one said it doesn't count if he doesn't have kids. I know it was meant to be funny but that's a disgusting thing to say or think and it's not all that uncommon anymore. When I was single I was disgusted at the men that would hit on me and I made sure they quickly understood what a pos I thought they were and hopefully taught them a lesson.
wow

Tyler, TX

#20 Nov 10, 2009
Right Wing Radical wrote:
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Marriage means nothing in todays society whether it's the married person doing wrong or the single person knowingly facilitating a married person in breaking thier vows. I saw a movie not to long ago, can't remember which one but 2 women were talking to each other about if a man were married or not and one said it doesn't count if he doesn't have kids. I know it was meant to be funny but that's a disgusting thing to say or think and it's not all that uncommon anymore. When I was single I was disgusted at the men that would hit on me and I made sure they quickly understood what a pos I thought they were and hopefully taught them a lesson.
I have been hit on by several married men. What's most distrubing is that some of them were my friend's husbands! It makes me a little less trusting of my own husband each time, which I know is not fair to him. Even telling strangers that you're married has no meaning today. No one seems to understand that it means "unavailable". It is such a sad thing to see what marriages are becoming. I feel so sorry for todays children.

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