ANSWEROLOGY 'RELOADED' Newsletter
for the period between Sep 9, 2017 and Sep 16, 2017

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+5

I remember you and I remember the majority of your posts were in this vein.

No one here is confused about you. You've had a shit time in a relationship and it's skewed your view. Not everyman or woman think like you do. And no one is shutting down tge conversation they are simply saying "I don't agree"


+5

Why not I guess.  Color does not make the man.  I have worn pink shirts.  Not hot pink, but pink.


+5

The only problem with making lists of what women look for is women are then seriously limiting their options. In reality women lower their expectations as they move on or grow older or when there just aren't men that fit into the criteria of any given list.


+5

I quite smoking a few years back, but once an addict, always an addict.  I plan to keep that under control for the rest of my life. 


+5

Another ex-smoker here - 15 years "on the wagon."  Before I quit completely, I tried multiple times to only have a few cigarettes a day - like one after each meal. But I'm so addicted to tobacco, that I always went back to a pack and a half a day within a week. I realized I had to totally give them up and I did. But I still miss it - I thoroughly enjoyed every single puff I ever took. 


+5
what the ? Alexis IS  a girl's name.  and it's not bad actually, I've heard worse.

+5
Woman are the highest percentage to be diagnosed as depressed, more woman have suicidal thoughts than men. It leads to the preposition that woman are more likely to disclose to either friends or professionals.  I guess men do not seek out a support group 




+4

Love is the drug I'm thinking of.


+4

Confrontation, and please do not give me a hard time over this response!


Top New Comments

+4
She said it -  your experiences are not everyone's.     I completely agree.  Not sure why you don't understand that.



+2

Snore.  Enough with the cake already:)


+2

Why do men lose their lives in war? Because they're being killed by other men. Women aren't the ones starting wars. But they are the ones being raped and abused by the winners. Who are also men.  If men don't want to fight wars, figure out how to get men to stop starting them.

Yes, men often protect women when there is violence in the streets. Who are the women being protected from? Other men. In your worldview, your gender takes no responsibility for actions that they are 100% responsible for. 


+2

(obviously I could make some point here about people rejecting femininity in men, and the what deep seeded issues this reflects in our society, buy I assume everyone gets the gist.)


+2

Love is the drug gotta hook on me.     Great song to have stuck in my head.


+2

Yellow signifies that this question is pinned to the top. I've only pinned posts to the top a few times.


+2

ok, thank you.  First time I had noticed


+2

it's potatoes, bacon, onions, cheese, and chunks of steak