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Thanks for sharing, I'll remember to ask that "special someone" for her credit score before we get married.
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Mayo2111 wrote:

In my experience, and this may make me sound a little bitter...but women almost always hide their debt. I know I sound really old saying this, but it's true. My ex wife absolutely refused to tell me about her old bills before we got married. In fact, she purposely lied to me about it, saying she didn't have any debt. Well, a couple of years into the marriage guess who comes calling wanting their money? I remember one evening in particular. I was holding a bill for $1200 in my hands with her name on it and still she refused to admit it was hers. Needless to say, after the divorce, who do you think those collection agencies are mailing now for a debt she acquired even before we were a couple, let alone married.

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somehow this makes me feel better about being a loner
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Every thing you need to know about women can be found in the handy pocket guide Vol 1.
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Thanks for sharing, I'll remember to ask that "special someone" for her credit score before we get married.


Oh, you'd be surprised just how important it is after the fact. Now I know why people sign prenups. And credit score isn't so much the question as is the amount of debt. Sure, once loosely effects the other, but you can have thousands in debt and still have great credit.

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WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED!?!??!! WHAT DO THEY SMELL LIKE?!?!??!


What you never had Aural Sex???
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so do you ever get freaky with them?
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Well, I generally don't like the fact that most people think that all women become monsters when they get their period. It's not always true.

Some women on their period experience pain, and even if this pain happens to be moderate to severe in nature, these women are still able to maintain composure, or a good mood. Some women still look beautiful even on their period. That's from my observation.

I also heard from an expert that women usually dress and put on make up not just to look good in front of men, but also for other women- probably a self-esteem thing.
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But no matter how you reply, you're f**ked.
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Im fairly convinced there are 2 types of women, the ones who are typically described as tomboys and make pretty fantastic girlfriends and those I dont want to understand...
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Well, I generally don't like the fact that most people think that all women become monsters when they get their period. It's not always true.

Some women on their period experience pain, and even if this pain happens to be moderate to severe in nature, these women are still able to maintain composure, or a good mood. Some women still look beautiful even on their period. That's from my observation.

I also heard from an expert that women usually dress and put on make up not just to look good in front of men, but also for other women- probably a self-esteem thing.

For some reason people think that being on their period makes women into irrational rage monsters who get mad at nothing and can't make decisions, but really it's more that we just get less tolerant of bullshit. Seriously, if a woman gets mad at you for something when she's on her period, she's probably irritated about it every time who do whatever it is, but usually just puts up with it without commenting.

As for appearance, it's not just for impressing men or other women- for themselves too. I wear make up and dress in a way I think looks nice, but it's not because I want anyone else to comment on it; I just enjoy looking like that, because it makes me feel pretty, regardless of anyone else's opinion.
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LOLz xD
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jellydrop_gravity wrote:

Well, I generally don't like the fact that most people think that all women become monsters when they get their period. It's not always true.

Some women on their period experience pain, and even if this pain happens to be moderate to severe in nature, these women are still able to maintain composure, or a good mood. Some women still look beautiful even on their period. That's from my observation.

I also heard from an expert that women usually dress and put on make up not just to look good in front of men, but also for other women- probably a self-esteem thing.

For some reason people think that being on their period makes women into irrational rage monsters who get mad at nothing and can't make decisions, but really it's more that we just get less tolerant of bullshit. Seriously, if a woman gets mad at you for something when she's on her period, she's probably irritated about it every time who do whatever it is, but usually just puts up with it without commenting.

As for appearance, it's not just for impressing men or other women- for themselves too. I wear make up and dress in a way I think looks nice, but it's not because I want anyone else to comment on it; I just enjoy looking like that, because it makes me feel pretty, regardless of anyone else's opinion.


I really do feel sorry for those women with severe menstrual pain. I have PMS that goes on for around two weeks and I literally can't walk because of it. Some other women even need opioid injections to relieve the pain.

And I totally agree with dressing pretty for ourselves. I also love to dress my friends and do their makeup!
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Stereotypes are intimidating...
Somehow the "Whats your opinion?" or even worse "What did you mean?" is missing.
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jellydrop_gravity wrote:

Well, I generally don't like the fact that most people think that all women become monsters when they get their period. It's not always true.

Some women on their period experience pain, and even if this pain happens to be moderate to severe in nature, these women are still able to maintain composure, or a good mood. Some women still look beautiful even on their period. That's from my observation.

I also heard from an expert that women usually dress and put on make up not just to look good in front of men, but also for other women- probably a self-esteem thing.




I personally think "PMS" is an excuse for being a bitch. Also, it's called PREmenstrual syndrome, which happens before they start their period. I feel like I am generally more irritable the week approaching my period, but once it starts, I feel fantastic (after the initial hours of pain).

And I try to look nice not for men or for women, but for myself.
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