I didn't read past that sentence.Originally Posted by Bronson'sCornrowsGimme a minute while I try to take off my lollerskates. Hang on... Okay. I actually like satisfying a woman roughly 5 times more than I enjoy having the favor returned. However, if a woman WON'T return the favor, I just won't do it in the first place; I have principles. I've never claimed that my principles were morally impressive, but I do have them.
To your point about this weirdo making you feel unworthy, that's just what insecure people do. Here is their general 4-point plan-
1. Latch onto someone else; preferably someone vulnerable and lonely.
2. Impose bizarre, unnatural, illogical, and unreasonable demands and "rules" onto said person.
3. Use their inability to conform to said "rules" and demands as ground for transferance of your insecurity onto them. After all, if they really loved you, they would know better than to nuke nasty ................ing burritos and leave the smell behind in your microwave. Yuck!
4. Once ALL the positive energy has been sucked out of said person (and as much negative energy as possible foisted onto them), move on to someone new; preferably someone with more money. Be careful to suck them dry! If they don't emotionally need you 10 times more than you need them, OR still have the courage and/or confidence to talk to other women (or ask for a promotion!), they still have some juice left. Squeeze!
Stash that away as a sort of guideline when trying to identify these kind of people. A good way to find out early on if she's going to be like that is to carefully check out another girl while you're out somewhere. Don't leer or gawk! Just *check.* If she doesn't notice (and be careful- she might just be ignoring it!), do it again. And again, and again, and then some more, because it's awesome. Girls are sew hawt. Do it until she notices.
If her demeanor completely changes, and she becomes bitchy and irrational, don't ever talk to her again. Literally. Just get up from the table and walk away without saying anything. She probably has enough in her purse to cover dinner, anyway.
If she ignores it, calmly tells you to stop doing it, or teases you about it, she feels good enough about herself to not feel threatened by your primitive, caveman like instincts to CHECK OUT GURL. This one is probably a keeper.
I am a genius, and you are all welcome. Hopefully one of the ladies can chime in with advice on how to identify insecure, soul-sucking males early in the relationship. In all seriousness; anyone who doesn't generally feel good about themselves is pathetically incapable of making you feel good about yourself in any valuable way.