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So... I tidied the flat. Stocked up on johnnies, wine, ect... Invited her over to the flat before we headed out, but she suggested just meeting outside the apartment block. Fair enough, I wa

Actually no, you have it the wrong way around. The gist of this thread is that women should go after men who have higher standards. Such things as having respect for women, having a decent educat

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The eternal thread of misogyny? Arrgh not again. Once a lady friend turned up at my flat unannouced, with a crate of lager, and then I then I found her naked in my bed, but there was only one bed, so what a to do? Luckily I am a left handed autistic mathematician, and after some calculations, I got my c0ck out, and what a nice night it was.O.o That was a long time ago.

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Apologies for long post.

Got divorced last May. I'm 36. Spent whole last summer having no interest at all in wimmin. Mainly drinking imported lager, sunbathing, doing cocaine and gambling on horses. Eventually went away to Gran Canaria in late October to get my head together - it fucking pissed down at least half the time.

Came back feeling better. Decided to do some Tinder, thinking it would be easy. It wasn't.

After much wasted time, finally got with a Head Mistress (!) from a local school. Was pleasant enough and a nice age for me (30) , but a bit bigger than I would prefer. She got a bit serious on me after 4 nights together, and we (I) decided to part ways.

After that I just decided to 'carpet bomb' everything on the website. My only filters are no single mums, no-one older than me, and no-one obese.

I now only start a Tinder message with two lines - one joke and one question. If they like the joke, they will answer the question. I then only exchange 3 - 4 messages before asking for a number. This works 50% of the time. Then ask for a date by Whatsapp. Again about 50% success rate.

Since then I have been on dates with around 15 women, and slept with 4 of them. 3 of them are happy to see me again at mutually convienient times. None of them are English! One is Northern Irish, one is Italian, one is Malaysian. Ages are 31, 28 and 24.

I have dated all ages between 22 and 36. Dates with those under 32 are in general MUCH more pleasant than dates with those over 32. The older ones seemingly have no awareness of their attractiveness and just shit test the whole time.

Flakiness is real: I have been flaked on about 20% of the time often for ridiculous reasons. One girl told me she couldn't make it (1 hour before) because her sister had just gone into labour! When I enquired the following weekend how her sister was she replied 'what sister'.

I have also been on dates with 'friends of friends' but it never seems to work out, as both of us end up being over conscious over what will be reported back to said friends. Oh and one of these meetings ended up with the girl having a nosebleed over the pub table. At least she didn't shit herself I suppose.

As things stand I have no interest in having a 'girlfriend' as such, as 'fuckbuddys' is working OK for me. However I feel that this lifestyle is not sustainable long-term as it is expensive and tiring. I am also still drinking more booze than I am comfortable with.

So in summary online dating CAN work, but be prepared to wade through a LOT of dross and timewasters.

 

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With the already unfair to men divorced laws potentially being extended to cohabitation this will IMHO extend the existing complaint of men not being prepared to "commit" - i.e. marry, very wise because of the divorce laws - to not being prepared to have a sustained relationship.

This means that the only person an increasing number of men will need to support is themselves so this means early retirement and far less tax take for the government to use to support all the people who the men aren't supporting.

If it carries on the way it's going this will be catastrophic for GDP, so do we think any government will recognise this and start reforming divorce / cohabitation laws to make relationships and marriage attractive to men again, or will they just let it slide further every year?

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34 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

With the already unfair to men divorced laws potentially being extended to cohabitation this will IMHO extend the existing complaint of men not being prepared to "commit" - i.e. marry, very wise because of the divorce laws - to not being prepared to have a sustained relationship.

This means that the only person an increasing number of men will need to support is themselves so this means early retirement and far less tax take for the government to use to support all the people who the men aren't supporting.

If it carries on the way it's going this will be catastrophic for GDP, so do we think any government will recognise this and start reforming divorce / cohabitation laws to make relationships and marriage attractive to men again, or will they just let it slide further every year?

Yes it's a bad move to bring cohabitation into divorce laws.

Im sure Desmond Morris the late zoologist, ethologist and sociobiologist said that humanity would regret moving away from the pair bond.

Destruction of the family is deliberate IMO as strong families and communities aren't as easy to control as single people.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, The XYY Man said:

I didn't really pet - just having a bit of banter with the lads.

I'd never do nowt like that sweetheart - honest.

 

XYY

Aye, well I'm off to phone me mother.

And just you behave yourself while I'm away - or we'll be buffing your helmet with a Brillo-pad tonight young man...!

 

Mrs XYY

 

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2 minutes ago, Economic Exile said:

Yes it's a bad move to bring cohabitation into divorce laws.

Im sure Desmond Morris the late zoologist, ethologist and sociobiologist said that humanity would regret moving away from the pair bond.

Destruction of the family is deliberate IMO as strong families and communities aren't as easy to control as single people.

 

 

I can understand destruction of communities - the Rev Ian Paisley's "Ulster Says No" rejection of Westminster could never have happened in a multicutural society which could not speak with a single voice - but why the family?  I would have thought that the increased productivity alone would be worth it.

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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

I can understand destruction of communities - the Rev Ian Paisley's "Ulster Says No" rejection of Westminster could never have happened in a multicutural society which could not speak with a single voice - but why the family?  I would have thought that the increased productivity alone would be worth it.

As has been posted many times.... I think the state has taken over from the father/provider to a large extent.

I thought life was better when more people formed a nuclear family and of course one wage kept the household. Not perfect of course unless a couple were suited but better than the sh*gfest in the modern world. Just my opinion

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Just now, Economic Exile said:

As has been posted many times.... I think the state has taken over from the father/provider to a large extent.

I thought life was better when more people formed a nuclear family and of course one wage kept the household. Not perfect of course unless a couple were suited but better than the sh*gfest in the modern world. Just my opinion

My question is though: is that deliberate on behalf of the state?

Or have they just seen a few votes in bending the knee to the Harriet Harman lobbyists of the world and it has inched down this slope?

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