Don’t marry a career man


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Don’t marry a career man
AIBYJ
Newbie
AIBYJ

Career gals, listen to this. Don’t marry a career man. (Someone who works over 35 hours and makes more than $30,000.)

He is more likely to cheat with a co-worker he spends a lot of time with.

He’s less likely to put up with your faults because he’s financially independent.

He’s less likely to do a fair amount of housework.

He won’t spend time with his children.

He’s more likely to be stressed out, and hence, unhappy.

Instead, marry a dependent clingy man who will sling all the housework, run the kids to their various activities, keep up the yard, and not give you any crap because they’re afraid you’ll run off with your assistant and leave them destitute.

Aren’t you glad women don’t think like Michael Noer. (Who by the way, sounds a bit bitter.)

08-25-2006 11:23 AM

Re: Don’t marry a career man
Antiriad
Regular Contributor
Antiriad
Let us now wait and see how many women follow your “advice.”

08-25-2006 11:26 AM

Re: Don’t marry a career man
proudlife
Visitor
proudlife
Honestly Antiriad, what makes career men better than career women. Why is wanting a job a slap in the face to a guy? if you wish to marry a women who stays at home your perogative, but a stay at home mom is no better than a career woman and vise versa. They just chose different paths.

08-25-2006 11:54 AM

Re: Don’t marry a career man
Jman
Contributor
Jman

I think the advise goes both ways. If you want a family and to go all out for a career, able to be on call 24 hours a day, work early and late, change plans last minute to do what is needed, well you shouldn’t marry a person that wants to do the same. If you want to do that you should marry someone who will stay home with the children. A stay out home spouse will give you the ability to do all those little extras and go out to here and there for more specilized training and such, and you better treat that person as if they are worth their weight in gold, and give that spouse respect and support. You have to remember that if you have to spend all day with children for almost a whole week, you’d be going crazy.

08-25-2006 11:56 AM

Re: Don’t marry a career man
Cassius
Regular Contributor
Cassius
AIBYJ If you work bay the bills and give me a little bit of pocketmoney i will stay at home watch the kids and play computer games when i get the chance, because i do not want to work its boring and you do not have the time to spend the money you make anyway.

08-25-2006 12:37 PM

Re: Don’t marry a career man
Jman
Contributor
Jman

“AIBYJ If you work bay the bills and give me a little bit of pocketmoney i will stay at home watch the kids and play computer games when i get the chance, because i do not want to work its boring and you do not have the time to spend the money you make anyway. ”

I have a friend that’s a stay at home dad, with two children, 20 months and 5 years old. He really doesn’t get much chance to play computer games. Instead he is cleaning up half the time and making sure the girl that is 20 months doesn’t do something like fall down any steps or climb up the counters and fall off and among other things like turing up the volume on the tv as loud as possible. Then of course, if one of the kids ever does hurt himself or herself, you end up feeling like the worst parent in the world, cause you let your kid do the thing you least wanted to have happened in the world — your child get hurt.

08-25-2006 12:59 PM

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