A married woman will flirt for a number of reasons like: has she still got it? We tear through their insides making them feel their lost and lonely soles. Never felt compelled to join any online forums before, but after a week of binge reading here I am happy to call myself a member. Sucks to live a life based on those things and never grow out of it. Sad point is many men fall for that! I really would love to know what their alterior motives are. I am profoundly grateful to each and every one of you. I laugh my ass off every time someone says women are impossible to understand.
. Can you see that mouse she is playing with now? Married trollops are not content with the husband they have. Two married women have flirted with me in just over the course of these past two days. The whole idea of cheating is to inflict pain and suffering on their spouse. All you see is females trying to avoid the annoying males.
Just imagine your whole damn life. Have you ever seen a cat playing with a half dead mouse? Now with all the polarization from the gender war on men, we stand out like mighty sequoia totem poles in the great planes! So stop f~~~ing around on your husband and grow up! Because they want to damage the men that are currently with them. A marriage license to them means they own a licensed dog, Husband gets the bones, while she offers the alphas her steak. These are the ear marks of a person stuck in adolescent limbo! For the same reason a sister wants her brother link below. This is the first time I have written anything on a website of any kind. Just look at all the wild animals.
The thought that having a life of my own is still so new that thinking about it makes me giggle like an idiot. No different than me being attracted to a beautiful feminine woman wearing a long summer dress, looking and behaving like a woman with real and genuine class, not like all the rest. Naturally females are not attracted to males. Since I have been reading here the mental switch has been unbelievable. .
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