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Hogs eat Oregon farmer

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Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 08:33PM
I've had a couple prima donnas. High maintenance people turn me off - unfortunately you sometimes don't know they are until it's too late.
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 08:40PM
Indy! Wrote:
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> I've had a couple prima donnas. High maintenance
> people turn me off - unfortunately you sometimes
> don't know they are until it's too late.

Ah drama queens? Clingy females? Not your style heh?
What do you look for in a low maintenance type?

Maddie
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 08:48PM
You know what I think? You probably felt all those women were high maintenance etc cos you're not that into them. They took a shine to you and felt ignored, so cried for attention which put you off. But wait till you find the right one, someone who's gonna knock your socks off, then you wouldn't wanna stop your "maintenance" activities for them! Good luck!

Maddie
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 09:07PM
High maintenance and clingy are two different things. High maintenance means they need you to entertain them all the time, buy them nice things, compliment them every 5 minutes, etc... etc... It's basically an ego thing. Clingy is an emotional thing - they need constant love and are always hanging on you trying to smooch or whatever when you're trying to watch the game or something. High maintenance women are often very cold and distant when it comes to sex. Clingy women are willing all the time because they want to feel needed.

I've had both and neither one is a good thing, imho. I like relationships that are more or less equal and women who don't think the world revolves around them.
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 09:14PM
Interesting. Yes, I understand that kind of high maintenance, but I thought you meant emotionally high maintenance type, which is needy women. Hmm, you're waiting for an ideal woman...could be a long wait, mate. Very few of us find that. Some choose to compromise on some conditions, those not willing to compromise end up chronic bachelors/spinsters. I've a 35 yr old niece like you.

Maddie
pb
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 05, 2012 10:57PM
You know, this whole thing makes me just want to go out and eat about a pound of bacon and burn a porky pig comic to stand up for my species!
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 06, 2012 12:59AM
madmadmadonna Wrote:
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> Interesting. Yes, I understand that kind of high
> maintenance, but I thought you meant emotionally
> high maintenance type, which is needy women. Hmm,
> you're waiting for an ideal woman...could be a
> long wait, mate. Very few of us find that. Some
> choose to compromise on some conditions, those not
> willing to compromise end up chronic
> bachelors/spinsters. I've a 35 yr old niece like
> you.


I'm not waiting for anyone, and I don't even know what an "ideal woman" would be because I've never thought about it.

But when your niece gets to Florida - perhaps you could introduce us. smoking smiley
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 06, 2012 05:22AM
pb Wrote:
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> You know, this whole thing makes me just want to
> go out and eat about a pound of bacon and burn a
> porky pig comic to stand up for my species!



Maddie
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 06, 2012 05:26AM
Indy! Wrote:
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> I'm not waiting for anyone, and I don't even know
> what an "ideal woman" would be because I've never
> thought about it.
>
> But when your niece gets to Florida - perhaps you
> could introduce us. smoking smiley

Now that would be interesting! She's a lawyer born and brought up in the U.K. and it would be interesting to pit a smart lawyer against your arrogant self. She's a far cry from my sweet and accommodating self smoking smiley

Maddie
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 06, 2012 07:39AM
I eat lawyers for breakfast.





..and lunch and dinner... as often as she'd like. smoking smiley
Re: Hogs eat Oregon farmer
October 06, 2012 08:01AM


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