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Dr Phil Goode

Milton, WI

#43 Nov 5, 2012
wondering wrote:
As for the negative and rude posters, I didnt come here to whine, just to ask an opinion. Lots of others do, why am I the bad guy for doing it? Maybe i was wanting to hear someone like ENOUGH.
Because you sound like a naggin cun*! You leaving your man is the best thing that could happen to him.
Mercy666

Terre Haute, IN

#45 Nov 13, 2012
Papaw wrote:
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I'll bet 9 out of 10 guys who are superglued to their wife are bitchin about it to their buddies.
True! I know many just like that. I know some who are scared to death to even say a negative about their overly demanding women. Especially those femi-Nazis who demand their 'men' be, or pretend to be, metro-males. They are expected to put animals above humans... or eating. They are supposed to be and are...emasculated males just whipped pups sniffing the women's behinds waiting for a treat. And never to be concerned about male matters or about being traditional males doing male things.

I know guys who have stayed married, miserably, in torture, and why I don't know except maybe just for the kids. Life is too short to live with someone and be miserable.

Made me laugh. Heard some women talking at the store one day. They work at AET making big money, I guess. I guess them making more money than their mates gives them power and privilege. Joking about using the want of sex to keep the men in tow. Talking about how they keep their men at home and away from their friends and family, but led to focus on their (the women's) family and concerns. One talking about her not allowing her step-son and husband to go fishing because it was cruelty to animals. Instead one laughing that they were remodeling the woman's crack-head daughters house trying to keep her on the straight and narrow and spoiled. Or what I could understand of it anyway.

A female like that is pure sheeple and not worth having talking crap like that amongst themselves... shopping. The men I guess were the ones at home with the kids since none were with them.

Gee, what fun we can have when we have our ears open and not yaking on a cell phone or have ear plugs in listening to a Mp3 player. This nation and culture has nearly gone completely to hell and totally un-natural... and pathetic.
Papaw

Clinton, IN

#46 Nov 13, 2012
Have you noticed the increasing amounts of young women who totally alienate their "man" from his friends and family and healthy pastimes?
There's an old saying girls,'You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear', and it's true. If you want a winner, pick a winner.
If you have to re-make him into what you want he is isn't WHO you want to begin with.
xxxx

Shepardsville, IN

#47 Nov 16, 2012
Get a life

Since: Oct 12

Anadarko, OK

#48 Nov 16, 2012
Hell NO.....it's my mini vacation! He's happy, I'm happy, it's all good......lol
XXX

Terre Haute, IN

#49 Nov 17, 2012
After reading all this crap I think the best thing I ever did was take my daughter hunting with me when she was growing up. She is now 21 and still goes hunting with me, she wouldn't miss it.
Love_the_outdoor s

United States

#50 Nov 18, 2012
I love to fish and love to hunt. My fiance gets excited when shotgun season comes in because I don't bow hunt only use muzzle loader and shotgun so its when shotgun comes in he can't stop talking about where he wants to take me. The only thing I am irritated about is that he sits there and talks and talks while we about there. You would think since I'm a women I would be doing all the talking.... But nope. He loves hunting with me though and vise a versa. Just wish we could find a better place to hunt because we lost out on one of our hunting spots from last year because the property was sold to someone else.
If your hubby wants to get out and hunt ladys then let him. If you like to hunt and he wants you to hunt with him then do it. If you don't like hunting find a hobby of your own. As for the drinking and hunting, not a good thing at all. Not only is he putting his life in danger but he could put someone else's in danger. There's a time to drink and there's a time to get out there and get you some deer.
white

Terre Haute, IN

#51 Nov 20, 2012
Hit me up ladies! While your man is in the woods I would be more than happy to slide up in there,(: Need more love? He will never know! Would love to make your night amzing.
Seriously

Terre Haute, IN

#52 Nov 20, 2012
My husband and I do different things. I enjoy fishing and had spent alot of time this summer in just doing that. He likes to hunt so at the door in the early am I am saying have fun and see you later. I crawl back into bed and sleep in until the afternoon! Peace and quiet!
do tell

Terre Haute, IN

#53 Nov 20, 2012
Pimpin in a Double Wide wrote:
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You may address me as A Pimp Named Fatsack, and yes say the whole thing every time please. I run the puss and drug trade all over Terre Haute and surrounding. My main hood is in West T. I decided to settle there for the rich culture and educational opportunities for my many illegitimate children.
Just how long were you in Prison?
stopwhining

United States

#54 Nov 20, 2012
Papaw wrote:
<quoted text>I'll bet 9 out of 10 guys who are superglued to their wife are bitchin about it to their buddies.
Nah. Only if their wife is a bad shot & as ugly as a wild boar.
yes

Ridgeview, WV

#55 Nov 20, 2012
Can't wait til season is over
single hunter

United States

#56 Nov 21, 2012
XXX wrote:
After reading all this crap I think the best thing I ever did was take my daughter hunting with me when she was growing up. She is now 21 and still goes hunting with me, she wouldn't miss it.
Is she single????
SallyRides

Terre Haute, IN

#58 Nov 21, 2012
Papaw wrote:
Have you noticed the increasing amounts of young women who totally alienate their "man" from his friends and family and healthy pastimes?
There's an old saying girls,'You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear', and it's true. If you want a winner, pick a winner.
If you have to re-make him into what you want he is isn't WHO you want to begin with.
Yes and that is why real men are difficult to find. Many of my gender actually make me sick with all these feminist demands, prissy city attitudes and changes they expect. Coming to town to see family and friends and with each visit many of the males are worse off, do nothing but play house mouse, have no friends, don't go around their family, but, must cater to the needs of their mates, steps, and family. On the phone constantly for checkups. Turning over their entire pay checks to their consumer wife. Voting the same way too so as not to create turmoil. I've lost friends for being truthful about my observations too.(Seen men I served with turned into pussy-whipped whelps lost their backbone now with zero opinions.) What I thought were friends.
who

Shepardsville, IN

#60 Nov 22, 2012
Gen Petreaus wrote:
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Do you want a real man or don't you?
Everybody tells me that I look like I am 35. If they don't, I bust em back to buck private.
Have you seen how pathetic my wife is?
How about let us, you and me hook-op.?
Get a life you loser!

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