I quote my friend in another site:
All totally wrong.
The love word over rated, women shouldn't have to be re assured.
Back from work.
Used to make own dinner so wont change.
Men dont get a chance to use them.
As little as possible.
Dont watch it.
I'm not surprised if you're not married yet, Sir! :rofl:
Been there done that, and Why
First of all, why don't you want to change? And what do you mean "dress: as little as possible" and "TV: don't watch it" ?
I have not watched tv in ages, the programs are total rubbish.
I like to eat when i am hungry, so i cook what ever when ever.
Why spend loads of money on clothes, most times they are just a fad and
stay in the wardrobe unworn.
How men change:
They start out eager and hard-muscled and end up all flabby and bored..
Well Sir, that's your idea! Perhaps your woman wants to watch TV and buy lots of clothes!
No only bored women watch tv, the odd program may be worth watching, but
there are far better things to do.
And again why
How women change:
after six weeks: sure, we can do it again
six months: sure, we can do it again next week
six years: sure, we can do it again at some time of my own choosing because no matter how inconvinient it may be to you at the time you will cast this annoyance aside due to your desparation and frustration AND THUS I CONTROL YOU!!!!
after six weeks: you're right, the new Kiarostami film sounds intriguing
six months: i'm sure it's good, i'm just not in the mood for that kind of thing tonight. tomorrow?
six years: then... it has subtitles, yes? then... we have a problem, no? what's wrong with watching moulin rouge? again.
after six weeks: yeah, let's hit the town. i'm well up for it.
six months: we really have to budget our entertainment expenditure
six years: i'm not sure once we've deducted the essentials, such as my chocolate, we can afford your four-pack this week.
after six weeks: i love your set of friends
six months: i like your friends, i'm just not sure how much i have in common with them
six years: you'd probably be less retarded if you didn't hang out with that bunch of reprobates
after six weeks: being together is what's important
six months: of course, marriage has legal benefits worth considering
six years: that's EXACTLY the kind of ring you should propose to me with, and that's EXACTLY the kind of dress I want to wear to the wedding, and that's exactly the caterers I want, and that church, and that horse-drawn carriage, and I want to go to Hawaii for our honeymoon, then onto Vegas, and you do realise you'll need to get a better job to pay for all this, not that, at the end of the day, it will ever be enough because no matter how much you bend to my every whim your very presence on the day will ensure that YOU RUINED THE GREATEST DAY OF MY LIFE!!!
after six weeks: I would never leave you
six months: a relationship is something that has to be WORKED at
six years: you're survival after this divorce is not an issue for me. if you wanted to retain some of your net income you should have thought about that before being born.
Women marry men hoping they'll change and men marry women hoping they never do.
And only bored women may accept to marry you, Sir!
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Well if tv is interesting to her she can watch it, i can find far more iteresting
things to do, and why do women need so many clothes ?
:rofl: :rofl: I think you'r going to change yourseld in order to get married soon! I don't know why women need lots of clothes, perhaps buying clothes is a kind of hobby for them!
It would be very difficult to change my ways, and married soon :surprised
well may be some one would feel sorry for me :!!) but i wont go clothes shopping thats for sure.
Wow. And I thought I was cynical.
What about women?
6 weeks: "I love you so much baby"
6 months: "Gimme your card"
6 years: "50% of everything"
And waita second, what kind of "man" says that crap in the first 6 weeks catagory. If the foods good, im gonna go "this is some good food", not "oh my god baby your food is so awesome and delicious you are a goddess can i worship you now?"
Here's my variation.
I sure as hell don't love anyone after six weeks. At six months and six years, if it's there, it's understood.
Under what circumstances are you living with a person after six weeks? Like wolram, I cook for myself, and I usually take a nap when I get home.
I don't even own a phone. If it's ringing, it's for somebody else.
Same thing about cooking for myself, unless the woman is Italian. Either way, these snippets of conversation are moot as far as I'm concerned. You eat food; you don't talk about it.
Six weeks: Oh, that's new?
Six months: Oh, that's new?
Six years: Oh, that's new?
That's about how much I care what you're wearing.
Six weeks: If we see what you want to see, you pay. If we see what I want to see, I pay.
Six months: Quiet, I'm watching this.
Six years: Yes, honey, that is why we have more than one television set.
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
And thats why there are 4 TVs in this house.
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