Month: January 2013

Unrealistic expectations

I have a theory. It seems to me that in many cases those that have a dating site profile that expresses certain attributes they desire in another actually lack those attributes in themselves. I don’t know so much about the singles, I am specifically singling out the married but looking crowd. That is to suggest

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Family Portrait or Pocket Rocket?

Over the Holidays my wife and I made our way down to Chicago to visit my brother.  With almost a 9 hour trip each way I had plenty of time to observe things. Two things stood out: Part of the trip to Chicago from Toronto via Sarnia required passing through Indiana, specifically the area surrounding

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Behind every good man is a woman

My father once made the statement that “Behind every good man is a woman.” I agree with this in principal, providing the woman is “good” as well. I spent most of my life involved with women whose (seemingly) sole purpose in life was to be treated like a Princess, but in return offered insults, degradation, emotional

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Was it good for you two?

I was reading a post from a fellow blogger today and she had asked for a man’s opinion about what a man is thinking when he gets “upset” over her sleeping with another him…while he is sleeping with another her. “I’m not sure what, exactly, it is that upsets him honestly. I mean, he wants

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Rose coloured glasses

Internet dating sites breed narcissism and conceit. The Internet’s social outlets, including sites like POF encourage people to stretch the truth of their boring and routine existences to appear as cool as possible. The danger here is that a lot of people start to believe their own social networking site lies and live as if

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