Well, you can still find a few people who know the old stuff, but they are a dying breed. However, there is a growing interest in the subject, but they make up a fairly small minority.
117Just1X August 10, 2012 at 9:10 am
if it weren’t for the fact that my taxes are used to subsidise single parents and the related costs to society (lauranorder,drunk kids on the streets) I’d be a highly interested on looker when this society plays out. ‘Where are all the good men?’ looks like the response to the first generation hitting the buffers (or wall). Enjoy the decline, ‘cos it’s not in our abilities to stop it.
118Susan Walsh August 10, 2012 at 9:15 am
The fact that it’s at the end should not be an indication of precedence. In fact, it’s the prerequisite.
Yes, it is very important. I put it there to drive home the point that you can only succeed if you’re working with the right raw material. I caution that up front, and I want to emphasize that again at the end.
In addition to the female “preseason training” there must also be aggressive filtering up front. Women have no business taking on “projects” for rehabilitation – I think the failure rate is about 100%.
119Ramble August 10, 2012 at 9:15 am
I mean, I could understand this if she’s “let herself go” since the beginning of the relationship, but do guys regularly get into relationships with girls who they aren’t sexually attracted to?
In short, “Yes”.
Some really basic factors:
1. Girls, and guys, are fatter than ever (along with the other things that come along with higher-carb, higher-sugar diets like bad skin)
2. Men, like anyone else, get lonely.
But, ask yourself this, those guys (regardless of their weight) you see with heavier girls: what kind of posters did they have on their walls in high school?
I understand that every guy is not going to end up with a bikini model. No big deal. But it does suggest that guys, in general, have the same sexual attraction cues as anyone else.
But, if the guy is lonely and horny, he can re-prioritize/rationalize to deal with it.
120Ramble August 10, 2012 at 9:17 am
I feel like this always gets overemphasized. The few times I’ve tried to cook for guys (the present bf included), they were kind of indifferent to it. Maybe they’re just weird.