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post #31 of 47 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 02:25 PM
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Guy who feels the need to pay for other people for what..... to impress them, because he doesn't see them that often........... but then thinks nothing expecting / asking his girlfriend to pay her fair share on date / when they're together doing whatever.

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Here is another one: how about he send his best friend to pick up the watch he always wanted and that you saved for months to buy it for him. He broke up with you but still sends someone to YOUR home to pick it up...He broke up with you, not the other way around.


Wtf who are you dating a high schooler?
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Wtf who are you dating a high schooler?
Nowadays there are adults that behave worse than a highschool boy.

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Nowadays there are adults that behave worst than a highschool boy.
With poor grammar skills to boot!
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Doing OLD, a few emails here and there, no sparks so we both fade away. Perfectly ok. The d!ck move? 1.5 years later, I get an email from the dude, he had saved our last email exchange, and didn't start a new email, just simply responded from the 1.5 yo email (gosh I hope I'm making sense.) For some reason, it really rubbed me the wrong way. He says, how's it going? I said lol, I'm not sure if I should be impressed that you're so organized that you kept this email all this time, or insulted that you're culling through your old emails desperately searching. I then said, I've decided it's the latter.
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With poor grammar skills to boot!
Add my grammar to your statement! ESL doesn't help either LOL

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Telling your wife everyday that you love her and then out of the blue, telling her you don't want to be married anymore. Wtf?

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How about asking you to postpone your wedding "a couple of weeks" because their crazy mom decided she doesn't want to go (purely out of spite) and they can't possibly get married without their mommy.

Oh and he asks that just 5 days before the wedding you both spent 1.5 years planning, have spent thousands of dollars on in down payments, and you have family from out of the country already in town for the wedding.

And then to top it all of, when you're upset they could possibly do that to you, he turns it around and makes you the bad guy for being so "materialistic" and only caring about a wedding.
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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?

I actually think that costly jewelry should be given back. Who'd want it anyway?

Especially engagement rings. Those are given in anticipation of marriage; if the marriage gets called off, give back the ring.

I'm slightly embarrassed to say that I remember a few years back when Kim Kardashian was married to that basketball player for a few days. There was a kerfuffle about whether or not she should give back the meatball. I don't remember how it turned out; but I thought, "yeah, she should give it back"


D.ick move is being cheap. I don't mind if all you can afford is fast food; but take me out to fast food. Don't try to sneak into movies without paying. I'll live on mustard sandwiches and ramen with you if I love you; but share the mustard sandwiches and ramen. Hope I'm making sense. And it's not the amount of money. There are probably stingy millionaires and generous people that live in a studio apartment.
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You can actually mail someone a back of d*$cks ...





Add these in for a care package.






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hogging the remote.

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Told him I thought porn was degrading to women so he started watching men with animals instead. Like animal cruelty is any better. Should have left him then and there.
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GROSS!!!



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Told him I thought porn was degrading to women so he started watching men with animals instead.
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