Ugh I didn’t mean that to sound combative. I was just curious 😊
What I mean is that generally, guys simply *accept* marriage. And even then, only after we've been worn down by whatever female in our life has been working at us for a while, possibly a few years. We don't usually *seek out first and foremost* marriage like females do. Some of us do, sure, but that's not our overall mentality since we're in kindergarten or whatever "oooh I can't wait until my wedding day I'll look so pretty." That's a female thing.
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To the guy it will always feel like commitment, no matter how much he likes her. And long-term, it is work. Everyone knows that.
A commitment is a commitment and will feel like a commitment to anyone committed. That’s the nature of commitment.
You'll only know that when you've meet every single woman on the planet and your not going to so we both could be wrong because to know the answer you would literally have to of meet every single woman on the entire planet. It's easy to make an assumption and pin it down as fact and if enough people agree then it affirms it further to be true, we all think we know it all but unfortunately we don't know. I am not going to argue with you, you've asked and that's my analogy right or wrong. Just giving you a different perspective it's up to you how you take it
Yeah, but... "who wants a long term relationship or marriage" is basically almost all females.
That’s not necessarily true. The majority of men I’ve known have very much wanted to be married. I can’t blame you for coming to this conclusion since it most likely reflects your experience and point of view, but not everyone feels the same way you do about people, commitment and relationships. From your comment is sounds like your question is really “Why do women want long term relationships or marriage? I think they’d be boring”.
Not entirely, but kind of I suppose.
How is a relationship "going somewhere" anyway, though? Everyone says that but I feel like it doesn't really mean much.
Or, of course, when you totally suck at having sex, and/or lack the ability to "freshen it up". Do you?
"When you become a thrill-seeking hedonist and/or whore/manwhore" uh... what? "Manwhore" isn't a thing, by the way. "Do you?" Nope.
Meh, I hear the girls using that term all the time, ergo it IS definitely 'a thing'. A bad thing? From their perspective, absolutely. From ours? Not so much.
A word having no logical basis in reality means it is not, in fact, a thing. People saying a thing does not make it true, or make it so, merely by the thing's utterance. That isn't logical.
Conceptual labels, applied to specific sets of attributes and traits, do have a logical basis in reality, even if they are purely subjective. That's what concepts are. It's only logical.
When there is no underlying logic with taking issue with a specific set of attributes or traits, no, there is no logic to the term.
You can't stop anyone from 'taking issue with' literally anything in this world, especially nowadays. Logic doesn't even factor into it any more. But acknowledging that it's "a thing", acknowledging that other people are taking issue with it, doesn't mean that you're acknowledging it as valid, logical, or rational. Nut-jobs and fruit-loops exist- who knew?
Of course you can't stop it-- that isn't the point. The point is that they're wrong. You don't acknowledge wrong people's wrongness.
But you are doing exactly that, just by alluding to "wrong people's wrongness". You're being very illogical and inconsistent right now...
Uh... no I'm not.
I think you've somehow lost your way, here.
Dude, how the hell did any of that philosophical, existential tangent you decided to go off on relate to either your original question, or to my original reply? Who's 'lost their way' here?
Reread and you won't need to ask that.
OK, I'm clearly wasting my time here. Don't know why I bothered
People grow apart sometimes. It just happens. It's not that simple. People wouldn't choose boredom, if it was as simple as that.
It is your choice whether you want to save or continue your relationship or end it
Well... no, it's not only up to me, or up to you, or whatever-- there are two people in a relationship. Making the relationship not boring is not up to only one party.
A few, sure.
I don't know that everyone is necessarily in control of that. Life is long.
Life is long? Not in my opinion. There are so many things to do, to see, to experience, a lifetime isn't even close to enough time. And I don't know about you but I've had the same best friend since seventh grade and haven't been bored with her ever. You're relationship should be just the same.
@nerdyone Well... you also don't live with your best friend or have sex with her. You aren't obligated to do things with them or spend money on them or all that. It's not the same kind of relationship.
So that's a yes, I take it.
Yes for sure!
How will they not, if they don't have to?
They need to continue to date. Have a shared mission that they are continually working towards as a team, rather than just existing beside each other. Continually having sex and ideally taking care of their health as well.Many marriages I think get boring because there's a feeling of "what's the point?". Sure, they'd like it to be more interesting but they look at it like the feeling of excitement just isn't there anymore so there's nothing you can do about it. When the pursuit breeds excitement. That's why keeping in shape, seeing other people attracted to your partner, consistently having sex with that person and working on building your life mission together is massive.
Ohhh... you're one of those. That's great! I love clowns. What else do you have for us?
Quit using someone else’s pic on your profile pic like some insecure faggot and man up retard.
Sigh... no see, that's boring. You must have something better. Dance for us, or something. Play a kazoo or whatever, as clowns do. One more chance! You can do it!
Go look at your ugly face in the mirror for just 2 seconds. You’ll laugh and then die. you’re welcome.
Damn. She roasted you.
@Robertcw Lol uh... no. Cute though.OP... look, I gave you a chance to be entertaining, and you failed. It's a shame, but I get it, it happens. You'll have to try again some other time, sorry. Any further comments from you will be deleted. Good luck next time! Work on your weight while you're out, if you could.
She’s right. You are just a catfish @thatsamazing lol kinda sad
@thenewgirlll "Lol" indeed. You're clearly very highly educated. Please, tell us more.
Awww, poor man. Being this insecure must suck 😔
@thenewgirlll Sigh. You're boring too. I was giving you a chance. Come on, one more try. Do you dance? What's your trick?
And you’re pathetic, next.
@thenewgirlll Sigh. Well, I tried. Any further comments from you will be deleted as well. Do better next time, champ. (pats you on the head) You're so special. I know you'll make it in the future.
He’s a fkn ugly ass catfish lmfaooo I’m done. Yo why do you have a pic of a random shirtless dude as you pfp? Fkn faggot
Don’t be ashamed of your appearance just embrace it because you’ll be ugly forever and ever and ever x