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NEW_LIFE_4_ME
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10/3/11 11:53 A

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KJFITNESSDUDE
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10/3/11 11:26 A

New_Life_4_me wrote:
"KJ- Billy the kid is more like it..... For the man who hadn't trained his body to hold back until just that right time is sad, because all it takes is going from one position to another or from one activity to another ,a very small pause when it gets to that point. If the man isn't able to hold it and goes and then quits that says lots of things about the woman. Why isn't he back up in a few minutes wanting more. I have never run across this, I think you get what you put out. If a man ever did that to me it may happen once (because the first time is never the best with nerves and all) maybe a second, but that second time it will be get your boots from underneath my bed and get the heck out ....as far as all those personality flaws you mentioned ,those are not men those are little boys. I seriously do not know anyone like that. I do know men who enjoy their sports and either they have their wife's beside them or their wife can do whatever they like but there is no bossing anyone around. The men you mention are not the majority, and women don't think you have to settle for anyone like KJ mentioned , there are many good men out there. I think I get little annoyed when you put other men down because this definitely is not the first post where you have done this, I often wonder if you write things like this to feel better about yourself."
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Nah, I write things that I'm curious about or want to talk about (like everyone else). I rarely "call out" people on what they're either talking about or complaining about, THAT doesn't seem to boost my ego the way I like it to, but hey, whatever floats anyone's boat, it's all good for me.

What makes ME feel better? Lots of stuff but mostly waking up in the morning knowing that I'm at very best every moment of the day!

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NEW_LIFE_4_ME
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10/3/11 10:45 A

KJ- Billy the kid is more like it..... For the man who hadn't trained his body to hold back until just that right time is sad, because all it takes is going from one position to another or from one activity to another ,a very small pause when it gets to that point. If the man isn't able to hold it and goes and then quits that says lots of things about the woman. Why isn't he back up in a few minutes wanting more. I have never run across this, I think you get what you put out. If a man ever did that to me it may happen once (because the first time is never the best with nerves and all) maybe a second, but that second time it will be get your boots from underneath my bed and get the heck out ....as far as all those personality flaws you mentioned ,those are not men those are little boys. I seriously do not know anyone like that. I do know men who enjoy their sports and either they have their wife's beside them or their wife can do whatever they like but there is no bossing anyone around. The men you mention are not the majority, and women don't think you have to settle for anyone like KJ mentioned , there are many good men out there. I think I get little annoyed when you put other men down because this definitely is not the first post where you have done this, I often wonder if you write things like this to feel better about yourself.



KJFITNESSDUDE
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10/3/11 4:44 A

My friend Billy use to talk about how a real man goes first and doesn't worry about the woman afterwards. Also, not recently, but a few years back a few women I use to work with had this bizzare conversation mentioning this very topic about how thier man went first and then it was over.



MANDIETERRIER1
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10/2/11 10:22 P

Thankfully I don't know any guys like that, but I do believe they exist. I think I have run into one on a dating site, and I am going to keep running.



Edited by: MANDIETERRIER1 at: 10/2/2011 (22:25)


NEW_LIFE_4_ME
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10/2/11 9:03 P

KJ-I don't know a person like that myself. Are you speculating, because it is hard for me to believe another man would tell you he goes first during sex then quits. Are these remarks by women?



REDSHOES2011
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10/2/11 2:21 P

Fact, and if I meet one I will bang common sense into his head

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It is a pretty brave man that steps to me with Mr Man..

Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 10/2/2011 (14:24)


ATHENA1966
Posts: 2,246
10/2/11 2:17 P

Oh there are still men out there that fit your description. I have known several in my lifetime. However, I think they are few and far between. My mother was married to one. When I was a kid they were referred to as "Male Chauvinist Pig".




HEALTHANDHEARTH
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10/2/11 2:08 P

There are some guys like that..but I usually just call them "jerks" or something a little more vulgar that I probably shouldn't type on SP.

Not really sure what you mean by "fact or fiction," as we all know that jerks exist in both genders. ;)



KJFITNESSDUDE
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10/2/11 2:02 P

As defined by Urban Dictionary.com

Mr. Man
An insecure guy who acts overly macho. He usually acts this way to compensate for a lack there of. Commonly owning trucks or lifted their jeeps, he will never listen to indie music but believes Jack Johnson is a god. This phrase is usually spoken with an extreme tone of sarcasm, but luckily most guys who act like are so desne they think it is a compliment to be called Mr. Man.

Also they have an affinity for naming their dogs duragatory women's names; such as b*tch or (female body part)

"Woohoo well hello there pretty Lady. You want to check out my Dodge Ram. I just lifted it and put on some killer tires."~ Guy
"No thank you, 'Mr. Man' i am just fine."
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I don't know about the above definition but I DO know many guys who I amusingly call, "Mr. Man-Guy" and by that they are or do:
~Watch football games and insist that their women leave the room or house
~Never clean up after themselves
~Demand dinner or sandwich made asap
~Continually makes sexual remarks about women
~Drive pick up trucks, BIG PICK-UP TRUCKS (but for no real reason other than wanting to be of manly status)
~Has an answer to every single topic in the world, and actually think that they are speaking intelligently
~Beer & TV every night
~Goes first during sex and then is done.




 
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