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He uses words like "dope." Actually, this is sort of cute.10. Every time you're walking, he grabs your hand and sprints to cross at the street the next light before it turns red.
Dragging you behind him like you are a horse on its way to the glue factory.12. Theory: People start enjoying morning sex only when they get to the age where the morning is the only time they're not stressed out or exhausted, therefore the ~*~*s Ex Ie St~*~*. Which then leads to him poking his boner into your back at moments when you are least interested.
at ironic dive bars and/or feels awesome going to parties where he only know three people.
Like "playing the triangle in a Mississippi-by-way-of-Brooklyn jug band," or "Kickstarting a docudrama series he plans to direct, produce, write and star in" or "enjoying a long and fulfilling career that is also his passion and will never require him to do anything he doesn't want to do." Oh, dear. His lack of direction inevitably leads you to start sounding like his parents — sometimes at inappropriate moments, like when your top is off. He still wants to have intellectual discussions with you over dinner because he misses the ones he had in college.
There are women who prefer to be single, or women who are looking for a brief affair, yes.
Like when you're walking home drunk and he's like "Hey, we should eat something, lets stop at this place that's famous for their sour-cream-and-chili-covered hot dogs wrapped in bacon!!
And a brief affair is hardly love at all, but rather lust.
Surely, there are women who are, in fact, in love with married men.
(Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman; he married her shortly after his divorce.) The way I see it, pursuing a relationship with an unavailable person with whom you're in love with, is not advantageous, nor is it worth the investment. There are no benefits to weigh, nor strategic advantage to be sought.
Still, when is love a rational and logical experience? And I wonder if we all mean the same thing by the word "love." To my mind, there is no social or geographical impediment when a person is in love. And, though I think it's easy to judge the man's involvement as limited to the novelty and excitement of another woman's attention, I wonder what happily married man would encourage a relationship, and whether he's satisfied, if his source of desire and excitement is outside of his marriage.He’s not a dating expert, nor an advice columnist, psychologist or relationship therapist.