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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 12-26-2016, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

I have one example: breaking up via text.

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

~Confronting a serious issue via text...or social media!

~Providing financial assistance to/for his sisters, mom, aunt, etc. when there are unmet needs in his own house! (Or doing so without first discussing with me, the wifey.)
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

When valid concerns/frustrations are attempted to be made invalid by other variables (Real or imagined).

Example: Honey, I really dislike that you leave your socks on the floor.
Response: Is it that time of the month?

Example: Having a debate, where you make an extremely logical point which proves your side
Response: Instead of responding to the debate, or admitting that they might have been incorrect, the other person announces that you have had too much coffee.

Forget enough to get over it, remember enough so it doesn't happen again.
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Waxing poetic about your honeymoon with your ex.

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

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Waxing poetic about your honeymoon with your ex.
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

Stonewalling.

(I'm considering both sexes.)

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

Despite something going South in a relationship, one's not quite having the cajones to confront their spouse about it and then richly exercising "the silent treatment" against them!

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

What about giving a nice thing to a *GF and take it back just because it didn't work....a pet or jewelry?

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

You can actually mail someone a back of d*$cks ...

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You can actually mail someone a back of d*$cks ...

Try not to swallow them all in one go....that's a p*ssy move...

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Try not to swallow them all in one go....that's a p*ssy move...
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What about giving a nice thing to a *GF and take it back just because it didn't work....a pet or jewelry?

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What about giving a nice thing to a *GF and take it back just because it didn't work....a pet or jewelry?
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.
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Re: Ladies...what do you consider a d*&ck move?

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.

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Waxing poetic about your honeymoon with your ex.
How about going on about how many women you've been with during the afterglow of sex with your wife?
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