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Hussell_Crowe
12-23-2012, 05:59
I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, but whatever. We met online, she lived 3 hours away, we're both in our 20s, although she was married to a 46 year old, and had a child with him. She never held a job the entire time I knew her, blaming it on her small town. I paid for everything, not that I'm ever complained about it, but I did want her to get a job for self-esteem and of course, money for her daughter.

She lives at home and doesn't pay rent, using what little child support money she gets on various things. We were together over a year-in that time span, she broke up with me 5 times. Things such as, me sleeping too much because at the time I worked 3rd shift, and also because I didn't want to propose to her, because despite my love for her, I knew we weren't stable enough as a couple, to get married.

I did everything I could to keep her. I bought a newer car, specifically so I could make the trip to see her, because that was important to her. She was often times quite demanding, if there was something she wanted me to buy her, and I hesitated, she would throw a fit and leave the store.


She has/had extremely low self-esteem, due to her thin frame and lack of well...boobs. I never once said this was an issue, but she never listened. All of her relationships prior to ours ended badly, she didn't know what it was like to be with someone who treated her well.


Basically, I dont understand why she left me, I truly hope it wasn't because I didnt want to marry her, at least not after dating for 6 months.

Lately, I've been thinking about her. It's been a long time since she left me, but the sting is still there. I still feel the need to protect her or whatever, because I'm pretty sure she's going to end up with another " Bad " guy.


I've resisted the urge to contact her. Maybe it's just the holidays...or maybe it's boredom because I haven't dated anyone since her. Who knows.


Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.

Gallium
12-23-2012, 06:07
I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, but whatever. We met online, she lived 3 hours away, we're both in our 20s, although she was married to a 46 year old, and had a child with him. She never held a job the entire time I knew her, blaming it on her small town. I paid for everything, not that I'm ever complained about it, but I did want her to get a job for self-esteem and of course, money for her daughter.

She lives at home and doesn't pay rent, using what little child support money she gets on various things. We were together over a year-in that time span, she broke up with me 5 times. Things such as, me sleeping too much because at the time I worked 3rd shift, and also because I didn't want to propose to her, because despite my love for her, I knew we weren't stable enough as a couple, to get married.

I did everything I could to keep her. I bought a newer car, specifically so I could make the trip to see her, because that was important to her. She was often times quite demanding, if there was something she wanted me to buy her, and I hesitated, she would throw a fit and leave the store.


She has/had extremely low self-esteem, due to her thin frame and lack of well...boobs. I never once said this was an issue, but she never listened. All of her relationships prior to ours ended badly, she didn't know what it was like to be with someone who treated her well.


Basically, I dont understand why she left me, I truly hope it wasn't because I didnt want to marry her, at least not after dating for 6 months.

Lately, I've been thinking about her. It's been a long time since she left me, but the sting is still there. I still feel the need to protect her or whatever, because I'm pretty sure she's going to end up with another " Bad " guy.


I've resisted the urge to contact her. Maybe it's just the holidays...or maybe it's boredom because I haven't dated anyone since her. Who knows.


Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.


Respectfully, I think you too suffer from self esteem issues. There are literally, dozens of nice women within 10 square miles of you (except if you are in Yukon/Alaska/Death Valley) to interact with. Brush your hair, gargle some mouthwash, put on some deodorant and go make some new friends.

And yeah, please make sure they have well..."boobs".

czsmithGT
12-23-2012, 06:08
Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.

Trust your friends on this one.

cowboywannabe
12-23-2012, 06:12
the things you did for her that she was ungreatful for shows youre better off without her.

i too say you need to lift your own self esteem. here is a word to the wise, no longer should you date somebody who doesnt bring to the table at least as much as you, give or take a little more or a little less. you dont want somebody looking for a sugar daddy so you end up working your ass off and getting disrepected at the same time.

M&P15T
12-23-2012, 06:24
Ahhhhh....the 20s.

I remember getting all broken up over women. Then I actually lived with a few, tried to get into the "relationship" thing.

That bloody well cured my naive attitudes about women.

Is it boredom that causes the OP to miss his ex?

No.

Hussell_Crowe
12-23-2012, 06:29
See, the thing that baffles me is this. How can you on one hand, say you want to marry me, and then 2 months later, break up with me, over the phone, without the slightest hint of emotion. It seemed rather cold blooded to me. And while my self-esteem isn't awful, I guess I haven't yet developed that " Swagger " or the inner peace of knowing, that I'm a good guy, and someone out there will actually value the things I do for them.

I think above all else, I miss the companionship. The waking up next to her, the " hey lets go do something " partner. I don't have that now.

And like I said, I did everything for her, short of getting her a ring.

Bruce M
12-23-2012, 06:29
I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, .., due to her thin frame and lack of well...boobs. ....

I think perhaps you did and sorry, but it was the only part I paid attention to.

JMS
12-23-2012, 06:29
Consider yourself lucky to be out of that dysfunctional 'relationship.' Sounds like a nightmare :shocked:

Resqu2
12-23-2012, 06:30
Listen to your friends. Sounds like they know what there talking about.

M&P15T
12-23-2012, 06:35
See, the thing that baffles me is this. How can you on one hand, say you want to marry me, and then 2 months later, break up with me, over the phone, without the slightest hint of emotion. It seemed rather cold blooded to me. And while my self-esteem isn't awful, I guess I haven't yet developed that " Swagger " or the inner peace of knowing, that I'm a good guy, and someone out there will actually value the things I do for them.

I think above all else, I miss the companionship. The waking up next to her, the " hey lets go do something " partner. I don't have that now.

And like I said, I did everything for her, short of getting her a ring.

Take this in a positive manner:

The issue is with you, not her.

You need to get comfortable being with yourself, and not needing others. Only then will you be ready for a relationship.

GlockPride
12-23-2012, 06:42
Get your Bravia back and move on. Merry Christmas!

ithaca_deerslayer
12-23-2012, 06:43
See, the thing that baffles me is this. How can you on one hand, say you want to marry me, and then 2 months later, break up with me, over the phone, without the slightest hint of emotion. It seemed rather cold blooded to me. And while my self-esteem isn't awful, I guess I haven't yet developed that " Swagger " or the inner peace of knowing, that I'm a good guy, and someone out there will actually value the things I do for them.

I think above all else, I miss the companionship. The waking up next to her, the " hey lets go do something " partner. I don't have that now.

And like I said, I did everything for her, short of getting her a ring.

It is pretty simple really. So simple you won't believe me.

Just find somebody else and you won't miss her anymore. The more you think back to her and wonder how she could not have appreciated you the worse it will be. Do not go backwards, go forwards. Do something constructive and find the woman who will appreciate you.

cwheeler
12-23-2012, 06:44
Dude, you got off easy!! You are in your 20's. Go out, have fun!! If you find a good girl then hang on to her, otherwise, bang the hot ones that come around and don't waste energy on thinking about the other stuff. Concentrate on you, your career, your hobbies! There is plenty of time to settle down and do all those other things.

Just remember, the worst thing that hot chick at the bar, gym, grocery store, etc will ever say is; No. and then you can laugh at her and tell her she is ugly anyway. You just needed a quickie.

Dating is fun. Life is fun. Quit worry about the crazies.

caraker0341
12-23-2012, 06:44
Don't walk, run away. Women like this will have you chewing on the end of your barrel.

Hussell_Crowe
12-23-2012, 07:00
An idle mind is the devils playground. I promise, I went through a stretch of several months where I was genuinely happy, and at peace with how things ended. She even called me, and asked MY advice on how to deal with her current boyfriend....I didnt berate her for asking me that, because at the time, I was over her. Now, thinking back about that, all I can do is shake my head.

I also wanted to say, I appreciate you guys taking the time to offer your input on this. Gun owners are not monsters!


I even took her shooting once ;) she hated it...said it gave her a headache.

M&P15T
12-23-2012, 07:02
An idle mind is the devils playground. I promise, I went through a stretch of several months where I was genuinely happy, and at peace with how things ended. She even called me, and asked MY advice on how to deal with her current boyfriend....I didnt berate her for asking me that, because at the time, I was over her. Now, thinking back about that, all I can do is shake my head.

I also wanted to say, I appreciate you guys taking the time to offer your input on this. Gun owners are not monsters!


I even took her shooting once ;) she hated it...said it gave her a headache.

You actually talked to her about how to handle her current boy-friend?

Hussell_Crowe
12-23-2012, 07:06
Honestly, yes I did. See at the time I was over her, because I had other things on my mind ( A great job, etc etc, not anymore ) yeesh, now I feel like an even bigger jackass!!! I think I'm just too nice a guy....I didn't want to hurt her feelings, even if I had every right to be like " Yeah...don't call me again "

But, I remain steadfast in not contacting her. I hope these feelings are just temporary, and one day soon I'll be able to laugh at our relationship, and be truly happy with.....Norah Jones.

M&P15T
12-23-2012, 07:12
Honestly, yes I did. See at the time I was over her, because I had other things on my mind ( A great job, etc etc, not anymore ) yeesh, now I feel like an even bigger jackass!!! I think I'm just too nice a guy....I didn't want to hurt her feelings, even if I had every right to be like " Yeah...don't call me again "

But, I remain steadfast in not contacting her. I hope these feelings are just temporary, and one day soon I'll be able to laugh at our relationship, and be truly happy with.....Norah Jones.

The only feelings you should have are a sense of being used and being pissed off. I remember a girl that I was dating, a stupid and beautiful blonde. We were in our 20's.

I picked her up at her work at a resturant in Greek Town, down town Detroit. I was taking her to her apartment in a seedy, nasty part of the ghetto.

She broke up with me while we were driving to her apartment.

I stopped my car, kicked her stupid ass out into the dark, cold ghetto night, and drove away.

She called and begged and pleaded with me to get back together for months.

Averageman
12-23-2012, 07:19
You are suffering from a Hawaiian disease called "LA Ka Nooki"
Nostalgia and remembering only the nice parts of a relationship (usually these thoughts were of horizontal moments rather than verticle ones) can cause this disease to wreck havoc on your life, especially when coupled with copious amounts of distilled spirits during the Holiday season.
Squint in to the sun for a moment and imagine yourself in a snot covered minivan that smells like an old diaper, with six kids who hate you and a rather large woman in Wal Mart stretchy pants with a yeast infection, that just never quite goes away.
Now turn away from the sun and let your eyes and head clear, Ask a freind to now punch you in the face as hard as he can.
Now say these magic words "Thank you Pavlov!"
Is that the future you want with this Woman who is just this side of crazy? Listen to your friends, go find someone sane who has a job and a future. Someone who wont get pregnant to keep you, someone who has as much to lose in a relationship as you do, and have a good, fun successful life.

beatcop
12-23-2012, 07:21
Nothing worse than seeing a man lose everything including self respect and pride. Truly sad...a woman will break you down as far as you let her.

Get with friends, meet new people, move on...the past is the past for a reason, have some faith and pride in your decisions.

Kingarthurhk
12-23-2012, 07:22
I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, but whatever. We met online, she lived 3 hours away, we're both in our 20s, although she was married to a 46 year old, and had a child with him. She never held a job the entire time I knew her, blaming it on her small town. I paid for everything, not that I'm ever complained about it, but I did want her to get a job for self-esteem and of course, money for her daughter.

She lives at home and doesn't pay rent, using what little child support money she gets on various things. We were together over a year-in that time span, she broke up with me 5 times. Things such as, me sleeping too much because at the time I worked 3rd shift, and also because I didn't want to propose to her, because despite my love for her, I knew we weren't stable enough as a couple, to get married.

I did everything I could to keep her. I bought a newer car, specifically so I could make the trip to see her, because that was important to her. She was often times quite demanding, if there was something she wanted me to buy her, and I hesitated, she would throw a fit and leave the store.


She has/had extremely low self-esteem, due to her thin frame and lack of well...boobs. I never once said this was an issue, but she never listened. All of her relationships prior to ours ended badly, she didn't know what it was like to be with someone who treated her well.


Basically, I dont understand why she left me, I truly hope it wasn't because I didnt want to marry her, at least not after dating for 6 months.

Lately, I've been thinking about her. It's been a long time since she left me, but the sting is still there. I still feel the need to protect her or whatever, because I'm pretty sure she's going to end up with another " Bad " guy.


I've resisted the urge to contact her. Maybe it's just the holidays...or maybe it's boredom because I haven't dated anyone since her. Who knows.


Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.

If I am reading this right, you broke up a marriage and then were subsequently dumped. I am not feeling sympathy on this one.

beatcop
12-23-2012, 07:23
You are suffering from a Hawaiian disease called "LA Ka Nooki"
Nostalgia and remembering only the nice parts of a relationship (usually these thoughts were of horizontal moments rather than verticle ones) can cause this disease to wreck havoc on your life, especially when coupled with copious amounts of distilled spirits during the Holiday season.
Squint in to the sun for a moment and imagine yourself in a snot covered minivan that smells like an old diaper, with six kids who hate you and a rather large woman in Wal Mart stretchy pants with a yeast infection, that just never quite goes away.
Now turn away from the sun and let your eyes and head clear, Ask a freind to now punch you in the face as hard as he can.
Now say these magic words "Thank you Pavlov!"
Is that the future you want with this Woman who is just this side of crazy? Listen to your friends, go find someone sane who has a job and a future. Someone who wont get pregnant to keep you, someone who has as much to lose in a relationship as you do, and have a good, fun successful life.

A man who knows! I damn near spilled my coffee!!!!:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

ithaca_deerslayer
12-23-2012, 07:27
Honestly, yes I did. See at the time I was over her, because I had other things on my mind ( A great job, etc etc, not anymore ) yeesh, now I feel like an even bigger jackass!!! I think I'm just too nice a guy....I didn't want to hurt her feelings, even if I had every right to be like " Yeah...don't call me again "

But, I remain steadfast in not contacting her. I hope these feelings are just temporary, and one day soon I'll be able to laugh at our relationship, and be truly happy with.....Norah Jones.

Times heals all wounds.

And finding Nora Smith, who lives in the next town over from you, will help heal you faster :)

Kapuna
12-23-2012, 07:29
Run away...run away fast...don't look back...
It's a disaster waiting to happen...

I got smart....got out...got a wonderful girlfriend who brings joy and sanity to my life...

DO THE SAME!!!!

M&P15T
12-23-2012, 07:31
Yah, you need to get yourself scroates-deep in another female.

Ooooops, miss-spelled socrates.

airmotive
12-23-2012, 07:34
Eurodriver is tapping that right now.

Feel better?

Averageman
12-23-2012, 07:34
A man who knows! I damn near spilled my coffee!!!!:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
Yeah, I have four Divorce Lawyers that have found my antics pretty entertaining too!

Averageman
12-23-2012, 07:36
Eurodriver is tapping that right now.

Feel better?

Where do you think
a rather large woman in Wal Mart stretchy pants with a yeast infection, that just never quite goes away.
the idea of that came from anyway?

4Rules
12-23-2012, 07:39
:wavey: Eurodriver strikes again.

Hussell_Crowe
12-23-2012, 07:54
Let me clear up some confusion. She was divorced from her double her age husband long before I even met her. I didn't break up their marriage.

Yeesh, I do need to get back out there, hell I haven't even been on a date since her. Even right now, I wonder what she's up to..because I don't have alot else to think about at the moment.

Kingarthurhk
12-23-2012, 07:58
Let me clear up some confusion. She was divorced from her double her age husband long before I even met her. I didn't break up their marriage.

Yeesh, I do need to get back out there, hell I haven't even been on a date since her. Even right now, I wonder what she's up to..because I don't have alot else to think about at the moment.

You could see why this would be confusing, right?

I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, but whatever. We met online, she lived 3 hours away, we're both in our 20s, although she was married to a 46 year old, and had a child with him. She never held a job the entire time I knew her, blaming it on her small town. I paid for everything, not that I'm ever complained about it, but I did want her to get a job for self-esteem and of course, money for her daughter.

The way you write it, it sounds like you started wooing her before she was divorced, and perhaps aided its demise?

Averageman
12-23-2012, 08:04
Let me clear up some confusion. She was divorced from her double her age husband long before I even met her. I didn't break up their marriage.

Yeesh, I do need to get back out there, hell I haven't even been on a date since her. Even right now, I wonder what she's up to..because I don't have alot else to think about at the moment.
No, you do not need a date; you need to get some whoo haaa and get the stink of desperation off of you; then you need a date.
Surely after you get past this moment you need to meet someone nice who has value and brings something to the relationship.
Right now you are vulnerable to falling in to the same damn trap as last time.
Here is an intereresting tid bit I learned in my 30's; never, ever date a Woman who makes less money than you. You may think that cold, but in actuality Women have been doing it for centuries, now the tables have turned.
What that means to you is,
1) You aren't going in to a relationship with someone who has selfesteam issues.
2) She has as much to gain or lose by dating as you do.
3) Chances are she is educated and mature enough to want to build something rather than rush in to something.
4) She will be a Woman that challanges you to be a better Man.
Dude, been there and done that.

paul45
12-23-2012, 08:37
[B] get the stink of desperation off of you;

The best advice right there.

Kingarthurhk
12-23-2012, 08:46
The best advice right there.

That is true. The stink of desperation is the best woman deterant there is. It is like you give off some sort of stinky phermone that they detect and run from as quickly as possible.

I had that conversation with my wife years ago, and she agreed with that acessment. I decided to try an experiment and ask her, "Is it like this" and mimiced the "desperate guy". We had been married awhile and it illicited the disgust reflex just on play acting.

The desperation destraction theory is real. Just relax, be yourself, and allow opportunities to happen is the best advice for single guys.

Another useful tool is having a platonic woman friend. This is an attaction to women. They look at you together, and think, if "she" is with him, "he can't be all that bad."

If you can't find that, have at least some guy friends that aren't really socially grating on others. The loner guy never gets very far. If you don't have friends, she assumes there is something very wrong with you.

Finally, if you want a relationship to last find yourself a bible believing woman that can cook.

That is the simplest, common sense advice I can give.

glock_collector
12-23-2012, 08:48
Google stripping an ar-15 with ashley and behold you've begun your road to recovery...

vikingsoftpaw
12-23-2012, 08:59
Your dating a female that is too young to really know what she wants from life. The problem with that is she still expects you to give that to her.

Being a stay a home mom should only work for married women.

KommieforniaGlocker
12-23-2012, 09:21
Google stripping an ar-15 with ashley and behold you've begun your road to recovery...



http://www.eyehandy.com/sports/how-to-field-strip-and-clean-an-ar-15-rifle-with-ashley/



:supergrin:

Averageman
12-23-2012, 09:27
A lot of advice here, but if I may?
I assume you are a single guy in your 20's, hardworking and climbing the ladder of success. If you aren't this doesn't at all apply to you, if you are read on.

The hard cold truth of life is that there are few folks who will be an asset to you and a lot of folks who can drag you down at this point in your life. You do not want to be with those who can or will drag you down.
Be very selective as to whom you date, look at each one carefully and be very, very selective. You only get one shot at life and who you choose to spend time with is alot about the quality of that life you will have.

Who you knock boots with is another matter, but thats not material here. You need to keep the two seperate.

Look at dating like a job interview, interview her and see what She has to offer you. You don't need to fall in to the trap of rescuing anyone.
The difference between a Single Mother who is a stripper and has two kids with different Baby Daddy's and a Beautiful Lady Lawyer with a great degree from a good school, her own house and paid off car is about being selective and selling yourself.

el_jewapo
12-23-2012, 09:34
A crazy ***** that doesn't seem to be interested in you anymore is a beautiful thing. Let sleeping dogs lie.

Bruce M
12-23-2012, 09:48
Eurodriver is tapping that right now.

Feel better?
:rofl::rofl:

muscogee
12-23-2012, 10:09
If I am reading this right, you broke up a marriage and then were subsequently dumped. I am not feeling sympathy on this one.

Sounds like two sadomasochist met. Suum cuique.

Glockgeezer
12-23-2012, 11:34
You need to say, "Divorce is a luxury no man can afford!". Then repeat it over again 500 times. Find an older woman without "baggage" and live a good life. Believe me they're out there. I'm on #3 and it's the charm.

ysr_racer
12-23-2012, 12:00
Crazy in the head, crazy in the bed :)

DWARREN123
12-23-2012, 12:20
To me sounds like a bad relationship with no where to go but worse.
Back off and meet other ladies in your area, see what a good relationship can be like.

Hamilton Burger
12-23-2012, 12:57
If you happen to run into/speak with any of her friends, you should obliquely mention how after the breakup you had a hell of a time getting the money back you had spent on the boob-job you were going to surprise her with as a wedding present.

Could be you start hearing from her pretty regular again.

Kingarthurhk
12-23-2012, 13:08
Crazy in the head, crazy in the bed :)

Untrue. That is just a cliche.

Cybercowboy
12-23-2012, 13:12
The difference between a Single Mother who is a stripper and has two kids with different Baby Daddy's and a Beautiful Lady Lawyer with a great degree from a good school, her own house and paid off car is about being selective and selling yourself.

Ally McBeal didn't have boobs either!

Atlas
12-23-2012, 13:14
Take this in a positive manner:

The issue is with you, not her.

You need to get comfortable being with yourself, and not needing others. Only then will you be ready for a relationship.



Been a while since I've seen anyone post this old classic:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_YvYqspi2H8o/S2ySwWCbn8I/AAAAAAAAAJY/LbLulwITaNU/s400/disregardfemalesacquirecurrency.gif

Atlas
12-23-2012, 13:23
A lot of advice here, but if I may?
I assume you are a single guy in your 20's, hardworking and climbing the ladder of success. If you aren't this doesn't at all apply to you, if you are read on.

The hard cold truth of life is that there are few folks who will be an asset to you and a lot of folks who can drag you down at this point in your life. You do not want to be with those who can or will drag you down.
Be very selective as to whom you date, look at each one carefully and be very, very selective. You only get one shot at life and who you choose to spend time with is alot about the quality of that life you will have.

Who you knock boots with is another matter, but thats not material here. You need to keep the two seperate.

Look at dating like a job interview, interview her and see what She has to offer you. You don't need to fall in to the trap of rescuing anyone.
The difference between a Single Mother who is a stripper and has two kids with different Baby Daddy's and a Beautiful Lady Lawyer with a great degree from a good school, her own house and paid off car is about being selective and selling yourself.


You need to email this to every 20-something on the planet, male and female.

jpa
12-23-2012, 14:41
You need to find some strange and start hitting that asap....

DustyJacket
12-23-2012, 14:41
... a year-in that time span, she broke up with me 5 times....
.
.
.
Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.
You are out of YOUR mind. 5 times? :wow:

Averageman
12-23-2012, 15:27
Boredom and Bedroom, just move some letters around and what dont you know???

G23Gen4TX
12-23-2012, 15:36
I don't want to incessantly ramble about this, but whatever. We met online, she lived 3 hours away, we're both in our 20s, although she was married to a 46 year old, and had a child with him. She never held a job the entire time I knew her, blaming it on her small town. I paid for everything, not that I'm ever complained about it, but I did want her to get a job for self-esteem and of course, money for her daughter.

She lives at home and doesn't pay rent, using what little child support money she gets on various things. We were together over a year-in that time span, she broke up with me 5 times. Things such as, me sleeping too much because at the time I worked 3rd shift, and also because I didn't want to propose to her, because despite my love for her, I knew we weren't stable enough as a couple, to get married.

I did everything I could to keep her. I bought a newer car, specifically so I could make the trip to see her, because that was important to her. She was often times quite demanding, if there was something she wanted me to buy her, and I hesitated, she would throw a fit and leave the store.


She has/had extremely low self-esteem, due to her thin frame and lack of well...boobs. I never once said this was an issue, but she never listened. All of her relationships prior to ours ended badly, she didn't know what it was like to be with someone who treated her well.


Basically, I dont understand why she left me, I truly hope it wasn't because I didnt want to marry her, at least not after dating for 6 months.

Lately, I've been thinking about her. It's been a long time since she left me, but the sting is still there. I still feel the need to protect her or whatever, because I'm pretty sure she's going to end up with another " Bad " guy.


I've resisted the urge to contact her. Maybe it's just the holidays...or maybe it's boredom because I haven't dated anyone since her. Who knows.


Oh yeah, for what it's worth, all of my friends stated she was out of her mind, and I'm better off without her.

Log out of GT. Sign up in a new user name. Then use that user name to read your own post.

If you don't think you are better off without a chick that throws a fit if you won't buy her something then you deserve to be used.

HalfHazzard
12-23-2012, 15:59
Did you end up catching her STD? Was it permanent?

Officer X
12-23-2012, 16:05
You need to be smacked by Don Corleone as he yells " you can act like a man"!

Listen to the friends, move on , find a new woman, make sure she has boobs.

samuse
12-23-2012, 17:24
Call her up, arrange a date, hit it one more time and then vanish....