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Posted on Wed, Dec 20, 2006 06:19

Hi Gang, My best gf and i were having this discussion the other day and not wanting to be a MAN BASHER (who me?) These are the categories of men that ( personally that I have dated over the past five years.) Yes, unfortunately, they ALL have fallen in to one of these 3 categories: They are: 1. "MY SHIP IS COMING IN SOON" These are the guys that are 'on the verge of something big,' career wise. They are flat busted broke for now but SOOON they see their wealthy fortune coming. A guy in this category asked me to go "dutch" our first date haha... (Needless to say there was no date #2.) Strangely enuf, none of their "ships" ever came in but i hung with them all the while. Which leads me to category #2: 'ME MYSELF AND I" These are the big talkers, giving a smooth line, promising you the world and they don't deliver. One guy i dated in this category (he also was a combo "ship",) bragged about his "prized" Porsche that he FORGOT TO MENTION belonged to MOM to whom he was making the payments. These are the types that suck you in with their "lines and promises." (Self-admission of "falling" for said lines a few times.) :( Category #3 (remember now, according to MY personal experience,) are: THE MENTAL CASES Yes, I shared with you all the trials and tribulations of life with my bipolar guy. He tried to hide it from me in the beginning, never telling me, but his symptoms always surfaced. This category also includes the attention deficits, the angries, the OCDS the perpetually impatients, and the poor self -esteems. I guess my point is that I am beginning to see these traits clearly for what they are and early on the alarming "red flags" go "off" andI would like to think and hope there is a 4th category, the "NORMALS," (whatever THAT means,) But unfortunately most men, (IN MY EXPERIENCE,) have fit into one of these 3 categories or have been a combo of them. Dating a combo "ship" and normal now, and i am hoping with him that the "ship" comes in. (There is actual evidence this time in that direction.) (Here we go again!! ....sigh...) :0 Just my two cents worth.


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Posted on Thu, Dec 21, 2006 18:51

Ms. Cong.: I said this has been MY experience. I simply made observations that pertained to me and thought I'd share. I'm actually a very positive person. Six: of course YOU DON'T FIT ANY OF THESE. YOU ARE THE TYPE THAT DOES NOT fit into any of these categories. THANK GOD! :)


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Posted on Thu, Dec 21, 2006 18:48

Well , thank you Dr. Phil, er, I mean Random. Quite the contrary, love. My mom says i "cast my pearls among swine." No more!! ha


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Posted on Thu, Dec 21, 2006 13:26

This is why I say there has to be more options, I have met some really nice men but just not MY man. I haven't met a lot of them but some are really good guys.


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Posted on Wed, Dec 20, 2006 06:58

If ALL the men that you have dated have fallen into one of those three categories, perhaps it is time that you took a long hard look at yourself, for you only attract that which you give out. Not wishing to be rude but that is a truthful statement.


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