Discussion in 'Man Enough' started by GaLaTeA, Nov 25, 2012.
Depends,if its first time with that chick then yea.
My husbands cleaning when we started dating consisted of throwing everything into the closet.
He got an E for Effort :lol:
Hey,if you dont see it,then its clean.
He was 18, I was impressed with the effort, tbh, lol
You obviously dont know what men are capable of doing for women,even young.
Until the wrong door gets opened and stuff falls out.
I beg to differ.
I had a guy bike 2 hours just to see me. The sad thing is I wasn't into him, but I was nice enough to hang with him for a while before he went back home.
A guy bought me an orchid corsage for Christmas. He had asked me out a little while earlier, but I had to turn him down because my mother knew his family and wouldn't allow me to see him (she said he was a 'bad' boy).
A guy bought me a rose and took me to dinner at a nice restaurant. I dated him for a while, like 4 months, and he bought me all kinds of jewelry etc.. I really liked him at first, but he said he 'loved me' way too soon and I wasn't comfortable with that so I ended it. To this day he can't look at me.
Things like this went on until I met my hubby. He did EVERYTHING for me, got me ANYTHING I wanted. Still does to this day. And it's not like I'm demanding or expect it, because I not/don't/ He does most things on his own, offers to do them even if he doesn't want to. It's kinda nice.
This I will never understand.
i want an e-girlfriend sugar momma with amazing amounts of moneys to spend on me, but since wed be e-dating theres actually no commitment of any kind except the odd skype fb chat session
back to cleaning, depending on how lazy i feel or (normally) what hockey game is on ill just go masterbate in the shower and sleep on the couch
to me theres a diff between Dirty and Messy. Messy is more acceptable to me. Dirty is gross and ill clean that right away.
But i allow for mess. Which i shouldnt, because disorder actally has a negative affect subconsciously
I read a psychological study, that explained a persons surroundings reflect their state of mind.
That is to say, the messier their surroundings are, the more 'messed up' their minds are and vice versa.
Someone with psychological issues/depression etc. is more likely to have a messy home.
Not sure where lazy fits into this?
I keep my place pretty clean regardless
well theyve connected lazyness with low self worth.
I like a tidy home (and I agree with you regarding your comment about messy vs dirty), though it's difficult to keep up with my hectic schedule. While the basics get done (dishes and general tidying), I end up catching up all weekend (laundry/dusting/vacuuming etc.).
No wonder my weekends seen so short. I'm too cheap to pay someone to do it for me though....but I don't think I'd like a stranger in my home anyway.
i have to say, ive never dusted in my entire life.
by not dusting. Its easy. Just dont do it
I cant not do it.
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