Nope! From what I've seen, NOT having a job and sitting around smoking weed all day seem to be prerequisites for getting women in the US.Teal Lantern wrote:Do you guys believe women never give attention to men who don't have a job?
Do your own observations match what this poll claims?
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Discuss what's wrong with American women. Share problems, experiences and stories about them and why they suck so bad that you've had to resort to dating abroad and foreign women.
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And having them support you too.
As I said before, if you're a decent upstanding man down on your luck, American women will look down on you and be unforgiving.
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The reason for this is that to get most women in the US, you have to "game" them. Gaming requires A LOT of time and effort and is akin to a full time job. This is why most guys that get a TON of girls have no jobs....because this is their job.
Of course, not all women here are like that....and there are certainly guys with good jobs that are players, but the situation I described is the more common one.
As a woman...I think it's important for a guy to have a job. What I don't agree with is the idea that the Man should be paying for everything. My ex boyfriend I made sure I paid half even though he didn't want me to do so, but I did anyway or would just pay it myself. I don't feel comfortable to ask ANYONE to do everything for me. So YES it is IMPORTANT for a guy to get a job/have a career but he doesn't need to make half of a million a year or more that's ridiculous. Or if I am working I would need for him to clean up the house or something. Maintenance takes TWO people in my opinion.
There are men who can not work even if they wanted to, and there are a lot of things capable of keeping a man out of the workforce.
Some guys have autism, some have cerebral palsy, some have ADHD, some have epilepsy, some have Spina-Bifita, some have bi polar disorder, and some even live in a municipality where it just isn't possible for all men to get jobs because the women have the lion's share of the jobs.
And speaking of women having the lion's share of the workforce, really it ought to mean that more women would be happy with a man, even if he can't work due to a physical, mental, or developmental disability or due to a highly feminist economy, and his maximum work ability is basically a stay-at-home dad. Sadly it appears, the workforce has only reinforced their hatred of men and their gold digging personalities, hence career women only want millionaires with gigantic luxury McMansions and expensive, souped up luxury sports cars. And those women are spreading it around making it look even wrong and immoral for a man to not give a woman a life of endless luxury.
I'm going to have to respectfully disagree.
First of all, I know plenty of people with autism who work, and they work hard.
Second, most women don't want all of that stuff. I think you're letting your hate for women cloud your judgment.
Just because a woman wants a man to work doesn't mean she wants him to do ALL of the work.
Being a Dad is harder work than you may think. Just because you've interacted with kids in the past doesn't mean you actually know a thing about raising them.
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