Guys can you tell me the types of Women that Men Avoid? you can check my hub to read more about this, so as to know the types of women.
don't promote your hubs here
and I'm a woman and I could name several...
1. The woman with the crazy ass ex-boyfriend (husband, father... whatever)
2. The woman who is sooo attached she can't go without talking to you for 5 minutes
3. The "where is this going?" woman
4. The gold-digger ("If you ain't no punk holla' we want pre-nup WE WANT PRE-NUP!, yeah")
5. The Woman who reads wedding magazines when she's single
6. The guy basher ("Men are such pigs they all... They all...")
I did number 5 when I was single and soooo not into a guy who had been checking me out. Was I just mean or what? lmao
I would think the kind of woman that all men should avoid is the ones with a saddle and leash with the name tag left blank ready for your name.
Well Clearly you Don't Need to be a Woman to Avoid someone called: Soft Sam
I wonder if the blue pill people have his email address?
And Soft Sam... Harden Up... If you want people to read your hub.. Put it into the Extreme Rackover section... instead of Promoting it here.... which is against the TOS you agreed to when you joined.
Its funny isnt it when you read these generalities. When you learn that the woman who leans a bit on her new partner had a terrible childhood and was really spooked.
Or the crazy ex was really crazy and she still has to find herself and really needs good friends to help her through.
Or is it that the type of women certain types of men avoid are the ones that recognize the little sign in that mans eye - where she can see what or who he is and he then goes into defence mode. Or that is attack mode for some, as attack is often used as defence by certain types of men.
The woman who never grows up. You know the one who is 40 years old and clubbing at the hip hop bars dancing with 21 year old college kids and wearing clothes that few 21 year old women should be wearing let alone a 40 year old woman
I'm not a man, but I do hear recurring themes from my husband and cadre of male friends...
Materialistic...these women work great for men who don't want to devote time and energy to a relationship, but rather throw money at it...the men I know prefer to know that there's something more attractive about them than their paycheck.
Over-domineering...bossiness within reason is expected of the queen of the house, but that within reason becomes key.
Overly jealous...some jealousy is good, but if a woman will continue being extremely suspicious no matter how much a man is devoted to her, even if he never even SEES women outside his own family let alone acts inappropriately toward them, it can certainly go overboard.
Drama queen...histrionics at every disagreement are not at all constructive and get old fast...and you never know when she'll completely lose her temper and stick a fork in your back (okay, that last bit only happened to ONE person I know)
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