ITT: Ask the opposite gender anything
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Before you post a question, check here to see if it's already been answered
Keep your questions short and sweet for more answers.
And please no derailing arguments.
Avoid asking these common questions:
>Do girls/guys like <insert specific look>?
Some do, some don't. Our answers are not going to help you.
>I'm shy and afraid of people/rejection. What do I do?
Think positive, and get over it by practising and exposing yourself to it.
>I like someone. What do I do?
Ask them out.
>How can I tell if someone likes me?
Ask them out.
>Where do I meet girls/guys?
Anywhere outside. Or online.
>Is my body part big/small enough?
>Am I short/tall enough?
>Someone did something insignificant. What does it mean?
Nothing significant. Stop overthinking it.
Alternative answer: we don't fucking know.
>XYZ happened. Did I fuck it up with this guy/girl?
Maybe, maybe not. We're not in their head, we don't know. No amount of your walls of text will fix that.
>This person did something that hurt my feelings. Why do guys/girls do this?
Because shit people are shit people. It's not a gendered thing
>Would you date a virgin?
As long as they aren't insecure about it. Complexes are a total turn-off.
>Someone has made it abundantly clear they're no longer interested in me. Do I still have a chance?
>Where do I go on a first (or subsequent) date?
Pick one or more of the following: coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, ice cream, movies, zoo, aquarium, museum, art gallery, <activity in your city>
>That one guy who keeps asking about cuddling in platonic friendships
No one wants to cuddle you. Stop asking
>Brandon and frog posters
The one true god of /adv/
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Alright /a/ I need some real and down to earth advice. I'm currently married, a month ago my daughter was born, after a week the wife informed me that she had slept with someone else around March of 2015.... During that time we were going through fights and arguments.
I work the third shift from 6pm to 3am and sometimes I have to stay until 6am because I'm the on call supervisor. I would come home to a messy house, dirty kitchen, food on the floor etc, I would complaint about it and would say "you don't do anything" stuff like that... Well her excuse for what she did was that she got tipsy, started venting to the individual and did what she did.
This isn't the first time she has lied to me, we knew each other when I was 18 and she was 16. We dated and fooled around. Did stuff and shit. She moved and had a daughter with her boyfriend after me. After 4 years we began to talk and told me that her daughter could be mine. Well as a responsible person I DNA tested her and negative, knowing the results before hand she kept the truth to her self and made me look like a fool. And on top of that she laid about the age of the child to correspond with the time me and her dated.... Well after all that, the truth came out and I forgave her... My parents and sisters.... Had a different opinion of her... And of course who wouldn't?
We had a son together, and we've been together for 5 years now. We got married because I was going to join the army and that fell through.... She's had a lot of problems with my family, fights and all that.... And on top of that me and her fighting. Well, according to her, it was justifiable to cheat on me because of me complaining about the house. She's told me multiple times that she hates me, I'm a bitch, and even told me she hated me MORE than her baby after who abandoned my step daughter... But yet I don't use that as an excuse to cheat.....
here is my story, thoughts on it please..
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My wife has a personality disorder. We've been married for 6 months and over again that the situation Haa pretty much been the following:
She makes excuses to get out of doing things she doesn't want to do..
She is ill on a Monday and doesn't want to go to work
She has a headache when I get home from work so doesn't make dinner for me or the kids (has made 4 dinners this year and worked 0.5 days)
She takes money from people to spend on herself (from friends mostly but tries it with me too)
She gets angry at me if I am not dedicating my time, effort and money to keeping her comfortable
She steals (I found out last week she has been claiming single-parent benefits the entire time we have been together)
She accrues and does not pay debts (I have had 2 bailiffs call in the past 2 weeks looking for her)
She lies (she falsified bank statements and references to get a job)
She manipulates (she will turn things around on me when I am angry with this behaviour or do things like ignore my calls if I am out and tell her friends I left her, went out all night and ignored her)
She neglects the kids (I came back home on our sons 6 birthday after going to the shop to buy a present to fond him at midday trying to work the microwave as she was still in bed, hungover)
She takes drugs in the house with the children around (I woke up at 4am a couple of weeks ago on a Wednesday night to find her and a friend drinking, smoking, doing coke and MDMA in the house)
She is unfaithful, to a degree (I found a WhatsApp transcript she had emailed herself that she had with a guy she met on her bachelorette)
She is remorseless (I kicked her out after the drugs thing but now she is telling me how in doing that I have ruined this and she will not be able to get over it to carry on).
Deciding on baby, what to expect?
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We are trying to figure out if we want a child. Would you recommend having one? What to expect, how did it change your life? Do you think it would mess up our marriage?
What is it like to be pregnant? What was your experience? If you didn't have a child, do you regret it?
>Married for 5 years
>He has the right for 10 weeks payed parental money
>I have the right for a significantly low one time payment per child (if twins +)
>Rent an apartment
>Not much savings
>None of us have a driving license because we lived in the heart of the city since teen years, meaning having a car is expensive and not needed.
>our parents are loaded, would help us but let's not exaggerate that.
>He is 32 years old, she is 28 years old.