Which does a female feel is better to have a relationship with....Drunk or Womanizer
I would not date any of them. I prefer not to die of jealousy and abuse.
well, if you HAVE to choose, pick the drunk. i've known many alcoholics and plain out drunks, who ADORE their wives! A WOMANIZER will never adore a woman the way she needs to be-at least a drunk can do it once in a while
Neither? Why would she have to choose between such losers?
Those female who addiction of the Drunk and womanizer
they think this type of the life is very relax and luxury and they feel better this type life as compare normal life...
Thanks porusmistry .
Neither, I would rather be alone than let my self-esteem be eaten away by either a drunk or a womanizer.
Neither is better because neither is good. Typically a drunk man thinks he's a womanizer and hits on women and a womanizer will have drinks with his buddies, get drunk and hit on women.
These traits coincide with each other therefore making him potentially a very lonely person.
I wouldn't touch either - I have far more respect for myself than to ever contemplate either a drunk or a womanizer
A drunk. Hands down. Luckily my boyfriend has pulled back on his drinking. He is loyal and comes home almost every night. When he doesn't come home, he calls or text's me where he is staying for the night. I never worry about him because his friends get worse than he does.
Most drunks can't get a woman because a female won't put up with their trash. But a drunk who recognizes this process, treasures his woman.
Otherwise, you have to be a drunk to mess with a drunk. Even so, that causes many problems.
ask me to choose between a beatin' and a whoopin',... drowning and being shot,... cancer or a stroke,.. wth?
If you are asking for the least bad of "two evils," as it were, a drunk would be safer. A womanizer is liable to give his wife a fatal sexually transmitted disease.
A drunk does not put his wife's life in danger -- unless "he gets violent when he's drunk"; and this points to a much deeper and more profound issue that is not just about the drinking, if you know what I mean.
If a fellow has a reputation as a "nasty drunk," it could very well be that he drinks to cover up his nastiness -- because he does not want this side of his personality associated with his sober self ----- then he might lose all of his friends.
Anyhoo... its hard to pick a least worst scenario when you really get to thinking about it.
Hmm. Neither is good, but I suppose I might prefer the womanizer - but then limit how "serious" I let the relationship get (in other words, not take the relationship too seriously - ever).
I'd avoid both drunks and womanizers, though. Just for the record, the person who calls women "females" wouldn't earn any points with me either.
No, I'm not one of them. Why would you think we are atrracted to those kind of jerks?
If I have only those two choices...well, I guess I would become a lesbian.
Most women don't like it when a man cannot control himself, drinking or chasing women. Chances are they leave womanizers sooner than alcoholics. It mostly takes a longer time to find out that her man is a drunk. And when it' s obvious, they wont start a relationship with either. In my experience: the first thing women want is security. Neither womanizer nor drunk can give that to them.
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