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2012-09-08 05:38:12 PM  
While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.
 
2012-09-08 06:23:43 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.


We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up
 
2012-09-08 06:25:22 PM  

miss diminutive: FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.

We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up


If it makes anyone feel better, I also believe that many guys have gotten wise, and are now looking for a nice sugar mommy.

Equality. Ain't it grand?
 
2012-09-08 07:18:26 PM  
Based solely on the headline,subby would like a return to the Incan lifestyle.
 
2012-09-08 07:58:43 PM  
most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.
 
2012-09-08 08:03:55 PM  
The idea behind the evolutionary theory is simple: biologically, sperm are cheap

Ladies, you won't find 'em any cheaper than my huge "Turkey Baster Blowout Sale", this weekend, at select Menard's parking lots in the Midwest.

/Free coupon in profile
 
2012-09-08 08:03:56 PM  

miss diminutive: FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.

We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up


Seasoned men? Just salt and pepper or maybe a nice steak rub?
 
2012-09-08 08:10:10 PM  
people involved with pop trash psychology magazines should be ashamed of themselves. lying liars who lie.
 
2012-09-08 08:32:20 PM  

Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.


Nailed it.

I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). My wife is very honest about it - one of the things that she was initially attracted to in me is that unlike a lot of the 20 year old guys she was dating at the time, I have my life sorted and have success and security.

Not a lot of women will admit it in public because it's not very "PC" these days, but there are a huge number (I would even hazzard a majority) that really reject a lot of presumed modern mores and honestly want a more retro style relationship where the man is providing the decision making and security for the family unit. In fact I think the biggest complaint I hear from my wife's friends who are all pretty much young single 20 somethings is that their boyfriends are total simps.
 
2012-09-08 08:33:10 PM  
So basically nobody likes type A farkwads and high maintenance hos? Shocking.
 
2012-09-08 08:36:05 PM  
Wait until Studman69 hears about this.
 
2012-09-08 08:36:48 PM  

TwistedFark: Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.

Nailed it.

I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). My wife is very honest about it - one of the things that she was initially attracted to in me is that unlike a lot of the 20 year old guys she was dating at the time, I have my life sorted and have success and security.

Not a lot of women will admit it in public because it's not very "PC" these days, but there are a huge number (I would even hazzard a majority) that really reject a lot of presumed modern mores and honestly want a more retro style relationship where the man is providing the decision making and security for the family unit. In fact I think the biggest complaint I hear from my wife's friends who are all pretty much young single 20 somethings is that their boyfriends are total simps.


Yeah but what happens in 20 years? My parents were 20 years apart and looking back my mom read a lot of Harlequin Romance or however you spell it. Just Sayin
 
2012-09-08 09:31:15 PM  

JasonOfOrillia: miss diminutive: FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.

We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up

Seasoned men? Just salt and pepper or maybe a nice steak rub?


They say that turmeric can prevent Alzheimer's.
 
2012-09-08 09:40:59 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: If it makes anyone feel better, I also believe that many guys have gotten wise, and are now looking for a nice sugar mommy.


As soon as my wife starts pulling in her PhD money, I will gladly go back to being a houseboy. I was one for about six months after quitting my last job and it was freaking glorious.

/Stupid grant committee
//Stupid people not buying my book
 
2012-09-08 09:54:50 PM  
BULLshiat!!
 
2012-09-08 10:08:52 PM  

MrBallou: Wait until Studman69 hears about this.



Dammit! Thanks to you now I have vodak and coke all over my monitor.
 
2012-09-08 10:14:02 PM  

TwistedFark: Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.

Nailed it.

I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). My wife is very honest about it - one of the things that she was initially attracted to in me is that unlike a lot of the 20 year old guys she was dating at the time, I have my life sorted and have success and security.

Not a lot of women will admit it in public because it's not very "PC" these days, but there are a huge number (I would even hazzard a majority) that really reject a lot of presumed modern mores and honestly want a more retro style relationship where the man is providing the decision making and security for the family unit. In fact I think the biggest complaint I hear from my wife's friends who are all pretty much young single 20 somethings is that their boyfriends are total simps.


My sister has three girlfriends who all got law degrees. They then made the decision to stay at home and be housewives (my sister is highly resentful of this decision on their part.) The difference between what people say and what they actually do is rather significant.
 
2012-09-08 10:14:42 PM  
*cough* bullshiat!
 
2012-09-08 10:35:29 PM  
I guess the world IS coming to an end...
 
2012-09-08 10:40:24 PM  

TwistedFark:
I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). .


Pics or it didn't happen...?
 
2012-09-08 10:45:55 PM  

Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.


Yup. Ive had this discussion with women before. They absolutely want the things they say they want, its just that good looks go without saying, as does having enough ambition to maybe go somewhere in life. At least men are honest that looks play the role they do.
 
2012-09-08 10:50:44 PM  

Smackledorfer: Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.

Yup. Ive had this discussion with women before. They absolutely want the things they say they want, its just that good looks go without saying, as does having enough ambition to maybe go somewhere in life. At least men are honest that looks play the role they do.


Whoa whoa whoa whoa whooooaaaa....

Men are honest? Audio proof or it didn't happen.... ;-)
 
2012-09-08 10:54:32 PM  

TwistedFark: Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.

Nailed it.

I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). My wife is very honest about it - one of the things that she was initially attracted to in me is that unlike a lot of the 20 year old guys she was dating at the time, I have my life sorted and have success and security.

Not a lot of women will admit it in public because it's not very "PC" these days, but there are a huge number (I would even hazzard a majority) that really reject a lot of presumed modern mores and honestly want a more retro style relationship where the man is providing the decision making and security for the family unit. In fact I think the biggest complaint I hear from my wife's friends who are all pretty much young single 20 somethings is that their boyfriends are total simps.


A younger woman who is attracted to someone who can monetarily take care of them so they get an easy ride in life? I don't believe it!
 
2012-09-08 10:56:14 PM  
HAHAHAHAHA. Yeah, right.

Out of intellectual curiosity, I would love to see some surveys done from mail-order brides/relationships (or whatever the modern electronic equivalent of that is). There is a booming business revolving around it, and I think that it could be academically useful. I'm not talking about the extremes of age, but rather people that are looking for an actual long-term relationship (i.e. marriage) without pretense. I will bet that the survey forms (or whatever they use to screen each partner) are fairly accurate. Or at least accurate in the cost/benefit analysis of the seeking party. I will bet it breaks down according to traditional lines.

/No, I haven't ordered a wife.
 
2012-09-08 11:02:07 PM  
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2012-09-08 11:22:52 PM  
From the article: "What's more, pregnancy costs a woman nine months, while the initial male contribution to parenthood generally requires no more than a few minutes seconds."

Corrected.
 
2012-09-08 11:45:55 PM  

JasonOfOrillia: miss diminutive: FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.

We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up

Seasoned men? Just salt and pepper or maybe a nice steak rub?


"Steak Rub"? Is that what they're calling it these days?
 
2012-09-09 12:04:19 AM  
i291.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-09 12:40:24 AM  
Argh, here come the stupid traditional stereotypes. Well times are a-changing.

I know a lot of situations, first or second-hand, where women made more $$ than their husbands/boyfriends and the man mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the woman after getting what they needed.

There are a lot of guys who want to put in minimal effort and be boys for the rest of their lives. No job or a very low-stress, low pay job, but happy to have the wifey shoulder the stress and enjoy the house and lifestyle that comes as a result. They want to sit around, drink or smoke pot and play video/rpg games, and neglect the chickie who's bringing home the bacon.

This is why women need to be careful of who they attach themselves to. Same as men. Just say no to gold-digging. Ultimately people who engage in this behavior don't respect themselves or the person they're leeching off of.

My BF makes a lot more than I do. But then his income is reduced by child support, the ex-wife treating him like an instant 0% no due date loan dispenser, etc. He and I worked out a system of paying for stuff that works pretty well and feels fair. We share the cost of rent, utilities, appliance purchases. We each pay our own personal bills and purchases on our own. (separate bank accounts). We trade off buying groceries and paying for dates. Last night we went out and I threw down $60 at a fairly nice restaurant. We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.
 
2012-09-09 02:43:28 AM  
Skimmed the article - but the comments are worth reading.
 
2012-09-09 02:50:04 AM  

Egalitarian: Argh, here come the stupid traditional stereotypes. Well times are a-changing.

I know a lot of situations, first or second-hand, where women made more $$ than their husbands/boyfriends and the man mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the woman after getting what they needed.

There are a lot of guys who want to put in minimal effort and be boys for the rest of their lives. No job or a very low-stress, low pay job, but happy to have the wifey shoulder the stress and enjoy the house and lifestyle that comes as a result. They want to sit around, drink or smoke pot and play video/rpg games, and neglect the chickie who's bringing home the bacon.

This is why women need to be careful of who they attach themselves to. Same as men. Just say no to gold-digging. Ultimately people who engage in this behavior don't respect themselves or the person they're leeching off of.

My BF makes a lot more than I do. But then his income is reduced by child support, the ex-wife treating him like an instant 0% no due date loan dispenser, etc. He and I worked out a system of paying for stuff that works pretty well and feels fair. We share the cost of rent, utilities, appliance purchases. We each pay our own personal bills and purchases on our own. (separate bank accounts). We trade off buying groceries and paying for dates. Last night we went out and I threw down $60 at a fairly nice restaurant. We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.


There is nothing wrong with manchildren. way to biatch about old stereotypes and then whine about men who wont grow up work to be the breadwinner.
 
2012-09-09 02:53:04 AM  

Egalitarian: We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.


What a concept. My wife and I were friends for a decade before we became a couple. I watched her enter a marriage I knew was doomed and she watched me slut it up.

I make maybe 15% more than she does and as much as we joke that we'd both rather be the stay at home partner, we both know that isn't happening. Two incomes rock. One partner taking care of all the financials leads to nothing but BS.
 
2012-09-09 03:20:45 AM  
Sounds like my grandparents' house
 
2012-09-09 03:30:48 AM  

Egalitarian: Argh, here come the stupid traditional stereotypes.
...
Just say no to gold-digging.
...
My BF makes a lot more than I do.


lolz
 
2012-09-09 04:11:12 AM  
This study brought to you by ugly delusional women:
Link
 
2012-09-09 04:46:47 AM  
How many times can Cosmo recycle this kind of tripe??

Wait, this was TIME??!?
 
2012-09-09 04:55:06 AM  
Rich or poor, young or old, beautiful or ugly, a woman is a keeper if, and only if, she's willing to jerk you off while you're dressed up as Pogo the Clown.
 
2012-09-09 05:56:32 AM  

Egalitarian: Argh, here come the stupid traditional stereotypes. Well times are a-changing.

I know a lot of situations, first or second-hand, where women made more $$ than their husbands/boyfriends and the man mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the woman after getting what they needed.

There are a lot of guys who want to put in minimal effort and be boys for the rest of their lives. No job or a very low-stress, low pay job, but happy to have the wifey shoulder the stress and enjoy the house and lifestyle that comes as a result. They want to sit around, drink or smoke pot and play video/rpg games, and neglect the chickie who's bringing home the bacon.

This is why women need to be careful of who they attach themselves to. Same as men. Just say no to gold-digging. Ultimately people who engage in this behavior don't respect themselves or the person they're leeching off of.

My BF makes a lot more than I do. But then his income is reduced by child support, the ex-wife treating him like an instant 0% no due date loan dispenser, etc. He and I worked out a system of paying for stuff that works pretty well and feels fair. We share the cost of rent, utilities, appliance purchases. We each pay our own personal bills and purchases on our own. (separate bank accounts). We trade off buying groceries and paying for dates. Last night we went out and I threw down $60 at a fairly nice restaurant. We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.


Lets see if this post works if the genders are reversed...


I know a lot more situations, first or second-hand, where men made more $$ than their wives/girlfriends and the woman mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the man after getting what they needed (house and the kids to keep it after shagging the poolboy)

There are a lot of gals who want to put in minimal effort and be princesses for the rest of their lives. No job or a very low-stress, low pay job, but happy to have the hubby shoulder the stress and enjoy the house and lifestyle that comes as a result. They want to sit around, drink or watch tv and chat on the phone, and neglect the rooster who's bringing home the bacon.

This is why men need to be careful of who they attach themselves to. Same as women. Just say no to gold-digging. Ultimately people who engage in this behavior don't respect themselves or the person they're leeching off of.

My GF makes a lot more than I do. But then her income is *not* reduced by child support, the ex-husband treating her like an instant 0% no due date loan dispenser, etc. She and I worked out a system of paying for stuff that works pretty well and feels fair. We share the cost of rent, utilities, appliance purchases. We each pay our own personal bills and purchases on our own. (separate bank accounts). We trade off buying groceries and paying for dates. Last night we went out and I threw down $60 at a fairly nice restaurant. We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.

sounds very much like my life. Yup, this post reads right both ways. People I think we have hit equality. EVERYBODY get treated badly by the assholes/biatches.....
 
2012-09-09 07:30:38 AM  

Gergesa: TwistedFark: Christian Bale: most people first look for intelligence, kindness and sense of humor, even before men mention beauty or women mention wealth and status.


Oh look, another research piece based on what people SAY they look for in a mate. How amazing that intelligence, kindness, and sense of humor topped the charts.

Nailed it.

I'm a pretty average looking guy, not fat, not super buff, getting on in years (closing in on 40). I am married to your stereotypical trophy wife (young, busty, thin, blonde). My wife is very honest about it - one of the things that she was initially attracted to in me is that unlike a lot of the 20 year old guys she was dating at the time, I have my life sorted and have success and security.

Not a lot of women will admit it in public because it's not very "PC" these days, but there are a huge number (I would even hazzard a majority) that really reject a lot of presumed modern mores and honestly want a more retro style relationship where the man is providing the decision making and security for the family unit. In fact I think the biggest complaint I hear from my wife's friends who are all pretty much young single 20 somethings is that their boyfriends are total simps.

My sister has three girlfriends who all got law degrees. They then made the decision to stay at home and be housewives (my sister is highly resentful of this decision on their part.) The difference between what people say and what they actually do is rather significant.


Why is your sister resentful of the life choice someone else made? That doesn't make any sense.
 
2012-09-09 08:12:38 AM  

mesmer242:
Why is your sister resentful of the life choice someone else made? That doesn't make any sense.


Hi. Welcome to Earth.
 
2012-09-09 09:53:51 AM  

mesmer242: Why is your sister resentful of the life choice someone else made? That doesn't make any sense.


You must be from another world to ask such a question. I will attempt to explain though. 1) She feels they wasted their parents money. Since they became stay at home mothers the money that went towards a law degree doesn't look well spent. 2) She is of the mind that women should not be stay at home mothers because otherwise they are not keeping with women's liberation and instead accepting more traditional gender roles which she is archly opposed to.
 
2012-09-09 10:56:53 AM  

Gergesa: mesmer242: Why is your sister resentful of the life choice someone else made? That doesn't make any sense.

You must be from another world to ask such a question. I will attempt to explain though. 1) She feels they wasted their parents money. Since they became stay at home mothers the money that went towards a law degree doesn't look well spent. 2) She is of the mind that women should not be stay at home mothers because otherwise they are not keeping with women's liberation and instead accepting more traditional gender roles which she is archly opposed to.


3) biatches got opinions. Opinions they need you to know.

/and when they ask a question, it is not to solicit your opinion but to open the discussion to the next set of their opinions
 
2012-09-09 12:50:59 PM  
the initial male contribution to parenthood generally requires no more than a few minutes.

Ladies, if that sounds like your man, tell him he's doing it wrong. With practice (or Paxil), he'll be able to last HOURS in bed- and ring your bell so many times you'll lose count.
 
2012-09-09 01:01:31 PM  

bagumpity: the initial male contribution to parenthood generally requires no more than a few minutes.

Ladies, if that sounds like your man, tell him he's doing it wrong. With practice (or Paxil), he'll be able to last HOURS in bed- and ring your bell so many times you'll lose count.


Yeah, I don't get that part. It usually lasts about 3 hours with wifey and I. Course we're 50+, and alcohol is involved, but no other drugs.
 
2012-09-09 04:07:08 PM  

miss diminutive: FirstNationalBastard: While I believe men will fark anything, I do not believe that broads are no longer looking for a nice sugar daddy.

We've just altered the terminology.

'Seasoned men of affluence' is what we're calling them now. 

/just made that up


Still no hope for "seedy men with flatulence"
 
2012-09-09 10:25:23 PM  

dready zim: Egalitarian: Argh, here come the stupid traditional stereotypes. Well times are a-changing.

I know a lot of situations, first or second-hand, where women made more $$ than their husbands/boyfriends and the man mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the woman after getting what they needed.

There are a lot of guys who want to put in minimal effort and be boys for the rest of their lives. No job or a very low-stress, low pay job, but happy to have the wifey shoulder the stress and enjoy the house and lifestyle that comes as a result. They want to sit around, drink or smoke pot and play video/rpg games, and neglect the chickie who's bringing home the bacon.

This is why women need to be careful of who they attach themselves to. Same as men. Just say no to gold-digging. Ultimately people who engage in this behavior don't respect themselves or the person they're leeching off of.

My BF makes a lot more than I do. But then his income is reduced by child support, the ex-wife treating him like an instant 0% no due date loan dispenser, etc. He and I worked out a system of paying for stuff that works pretty well and feels fair. We share the cost of rent, utilities, appliance purchases. We each pay our own personal bills and purchases on our own. (separate bank accounts). We trade off buying groceries and paying for dates. Last night we went out and I threw down $60 at a fairly nice restaurant. We also try to appreciate each other as much as possible - mutual appreciation and respect are very important.

Lets see if this post works if the genders are reversed...


I know a lot more situations, first or second-hand, where men made more $$ than their wives/girlfriends and the woman mistreated and mooched off of them. In some cases jettisoning the man after getting what they needed (house and the kids to keep it after shagging the poolboy)

There are a lot of gals who want to put in minimal effort and be princesses for the rest of their lives. No job or ...


Oh... $60 at a nice restaurant? Did you split an entree while drinking water?
 
2012-09-09 11:20:12 PM  

Gergesa: mesmer242: Why is your sister resentful of the life choice someone else made? That doesn't make any sense.

You must be from another world to ask such a question. I will attempt to explain though. 1) She feels they wasted their parents money. Since they became stay at home mothers the money that went towards a law degree doesn't look well spent. 2) She is of the mind that women should not be stay at home mothers because otherwise they are not keeping with women's liberation and instead accepting more traditional gender roles which she is archly opposed to.


Thanks for responding to my ridiculous question. I was born here, I swear it, but sometimes...

Anyway, here are my questions in response that you can feel free to pass along to her if you're ever in the mood to do so. 1) How does she know it was their parents money and not their own? 2) Why does she assume that a person who is staying home now won't re-enter the job market later? 3) Why does she discount the usefulness of an education even if the person does not use it, and if so, is she similarly adamant about people who find careers outside of their chosen field? 4) Has she seen the job market for lawyers lately??

I'm not a lawyer, but hilariously, I know someone who got a law degree, worked a lawyer, switched to another profession, and is having a baby very soon and is going to stay at home. I'm sure I'd also piss your sister off just by existing. But the only thing that's sadder than men universally try to define a woman's place is when women do it.
 
2012-09-10 04:58:28 AM  

Mr. Potatoass: The idea behind the evolutionary theory is simple: biologically, sperm are cheap

Ladies, you won't find 'em any cheaper than my huge "Turkey Baster Blowout Sale", this weekend, at select Menard's parking lots in the Midwest.

/Free coupon in profile


Wait......is that why Hispanics have so many children and are always hanging out at home improvement stores?
 
2012-09-10 11:31:48 AM  

greatgodyoshi: FirstNationalBastard: If it makes anyone feel better, I also believe that many guys have gotten wise, and are now looking for a nice sugar mommy.

As soon as my wife starts pulling in her PhD money, I will gladly go back to being a houseboy. I was one for about six months after quitting my last job and it was freaking glorious.

/Stupid grant committee
//Stupid people not buying my book


I hate to tell you this but PhDs don't work that way.
 
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