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post #16 of 47 (permalink) Old 12-27-2016, 05:22 PM
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Making large decisions (financial etc) without talking to you first.


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He comes home with a strange woman under one arm and says "It's my birthday, you two undress each other".
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Asked the hubby for a **** move and he said....no ma'am "that's why I stayed married for 10 years with you"=d$@ ck move

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Guys who on the first few dates, can't stop talking about their ''crazy exes.''

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Guys who on the first few dates, can't stop talking about their ''crazy exes.''
I was a first hand witness to a cringe worthy first date at a Cheesecake Factory like that. And the tables were so close me and DH like ... couldn't help but basically hear the whole thing. Soooo awkward.
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

D*ck move = refuse to communicate with me (make excuses or create diversions) just because you know we have to talk about something difficult.

Remember the goal of feminism: Making sure only alphas get laid!
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You can actually mail someone a back of d*$cks ...





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Taking back a gift like jewelry is childish and spiteful.

Giving a pet and then taking it back?
I don't know, if it's out of spite then yes it's a duck move.
If the pet is causing issues in the relationship however the guy might have taken it back to salvage and bring some peace to the household.
Good point - I don't think you should give someone a pet in the first place, unless you are 100% certain they want it and you took them to pick it out. Me, I love animals and would love most any pet, but seriously, I think giving someone an unexpected pet is a d!ck move: Here, I got you a responsibility that will take time, money, energy & attention and may prove destructive to your home and cause you allergies as a GIFT... WTH? Who does that?
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Standing your exclusive partner of several months up for established plans, and then completely ghosting on them with zero explanation or communication.

Texting that same former partner after nearly a year of unexplained no contact as if nothing at all had happened, just to let them know you're thinking of them.


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Standing your exclusive partner of several months up for established plans, and then completely ghosting on them with zero explanation or communication.

Texting that same former partner after nearly a year of unexplained no contact as if nothing at all had happened, just to let them know you're thinking of them.

I had something like that happen to me...sort of.

A guy I'd been out with a few times took me to a bowling alley with a bunch of his friends, who were nice enough. He proceeded to get drunk and make out with another woman in the group in front of everyone. His friends were apologizing to me.

I excused myself to use the restroom and got in my car and left (fortunately I'd driven seperately).

Months went by without a peep from this jerk, then I get a phone call. He alternates between apologizing and making excuses before I stop him and tell him not to worry about it because he wasn't that important.

You could hear a pin drop before we wished each other well.....never spoke to him again.

No big loss.....the trash he was making out with was probably a more suitable match for him anyway.

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Ghosting (Stop talking to a person without giving them as reason why)
This is a duck move, give someone a reason, it helps for closure.

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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Ignore my message when I can clearly see you logged on to chat with other people.

Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.


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How about going on about how many women you've been with during the afterglow of sex with your wife?
You win.

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Waxing poetic about your honeymoon with your ex.
First runner up.

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You win.
Ha ha, I have stories that could top that!

Fortunately we've put that kind of behavior behind us.

Or should I say I'VE put a stop to it.....a little taste of your own medicine type of thing.

Sometimes a little empathy goes a long way.
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