Dating guide for men
I look good (most people are able to look at me without throwing up) and I have great looking eyes (thanks mom).
I work with computers but I like to spend my time with people. Here's what I'm looking for: a woman (not a girl) in her twenties, who is intelligent, honest, mature, attractive and who doesn't smoke.
Here's the ad I placed: Wouldn't it be surprisingly wonderful for you to meet a very special man on the Internet? I'm intelligent, direct, very honest and a little goofballish (in a positive way... I have a somewhat sarcastic sense of humor but I know when to restrain myself.
I like to talk and love to listen to other people and usually don't have problems making friends.
On top of those strong beliefs, he knows without a doubt that to leave Edna would mean to lose his home, most of his friends, and to shame his family who love Edna more than they do him. He supports all the local sports teams and gives to charity. Albert wants to feel the way he did when he was a teenager and Edna smiled at him all the time.
She would take at least half of his retirement and the kids would take the rest through child support payments and college fees. He wants to use his penis for something other than pissing while it still works without the assistance of a little blue pill.
No one category ranks as more important than another. And, yes, it is hard to parent a half child, but somehow, they manage.
They assume (and rightfully so) that all the men worth contacting have already sent them a reply.
The Dating Guide for Married Men is meant to be a non-judgmental and admittedly fun look at the obstacles facing married men who choose to date rather than end what once may have been a very loving relationship.
While the material is broken down into the same basic categories characteristic of all good journalism; namely who, what, where, when, why and how, the principles presented here should be viewed as a whole. They have two-point-five children, a dog, three cats, and a home that is practically paid off.
Not less important is the fact that there are many more men looking on the 'net than women.
Many women I talked to have told me that during the first weekend after they placed their ad they got about a hundred (yes, HUNDRED) replies.