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75% of new mothers would stay at home

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PeterAndrewNolan
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75% of new mothers would stay at home

Post by PeterAndrewNolan » September 7th, 2012, 2:13 am

Ok guys...honest...I am not a contributing writer to the daily mirror.

Check this one out.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... rd-to.html
A traditional family – with a breadwinning father and a full-time mother – remains the ideal for the vast majority of women, the study found.
Well ladies...good luck finding men who are stupid enough to take that deal when women OPENLY LAUGH at a man whose wife got 95% of assets after refusing to work for 14 years in an 18 year marriage.

I would LOVE it if more men would pass around my book link. The more lads who hear about my 5% vs 95% divorce the better. When I was in the UK and told lads that they would be very, very disturbed. I wonder how many lads I have turned off marriage in the last 4 years.

Nothing like showing them the court documents and the demands of women in court after a long marriage to really get through to the lads.

http://www.mensbusinessassociation.com/ ... 3&mid=1703


And another "colour me surprised" quote.
According to the research, six out of ten mothers who return to work after having a baby do so only to pay off debt or ease financial pressures. Just one in seven said they wanted to develop their career.
Ann Robinson, of uSwitch, said: ‘At a time when women face the biggest squeeze on employment, new mums are being forced to return to the workplace because of financial pressures.
In my case Jennifer was on about "I want a career" endlessly...and she had a good job at IBM so that was realistic too. And then just up and "changed her mind" and decided to never go to work again and let her skills atrophy....and then, of course, when she is in her mid 40s having refused to work for 14 years then it is obviously MY FAULT she refused to work so I should have to pay for her for the rest of her life even though it is known to everyone in our family that I BEGGED her to go back to work to help pay for the HOUSE we bought assuming her salary...

Nope..women can "change their mind" and then it is YOUR FAULT for letting them change their mind but if you try and get them to live up to their word you are "dominating and controlling".

Have I mentioned how much nicer it is to live alone and NOT have a woman in the house lately?? LOL!!

It is 3am here...I got out of bed at 2pm! LOL!! I am playing some nice music...have a gin and tonic in my hand and I am just blissful.

Try doing this with a woman in the house!! LOL!! Nope.

Not only is life MUCH better abroad.....it is MUCH better without a woman permanently living in your house.
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Post by ringspun » October 8th, 2012, 4:44 pm

Nice one, yep I had all that shit too... my ex didn't wanna ever go back to work, I remember having a massive argument about trying to get her even to do 16 hours a week and that was too much, whilst she sat at home all day talking to her soon to be new boyfriend on MSN and Facebook... Devil makes work for idle c*nt's as they say!

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Post by The_Adventurer » October 9th, 2012, 11:30 am

Simple solution. Marry in a country where if the wife divorces, she can hit the street with nothing. Zip! Zilch! Nada! Happens here all the time. Women won't leave a guy who cheats, beats and does all other sundry evils.
“b***y is so strong that there are dudes willing to blow themselves up for the highly unlikely possibility of b***y in another dimension." -- Joe Rogan

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Post by fuzzy_corleone » October 9th, 2012, 10:59 pm

Why get married at all? Just have a cohabiting girlfriend. Talk to her and make some sort of arrangement without the state getting involved (i.e.: marriage license).

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Post by Teal Lantern » October 9th, 2012, 11:26 pm

fuzzy_corleone wrote:Why get married at all? Just have a cohabiting girlfriend. Talk to her and make some sort of arrangement without the state getting involved (i.e.: marriage license).
You must have not seen the laws regarding cohabitation.
Move her into your place at your own risk to your property and freedom.
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Post by WorldTraveler » October 9th, 2012, 11:41 pm

Wouldn't you rather stay at home and take care of a kid and watch TV and shop? Or would you rather spend 2 hours a day commuting and listened to an asshole boss?

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