I'm not gay or anything, I'm into chicks. I mean,I like women a lot. But here's something I observed. You take a really religious chick, I mean, a lady who really loves her religion and all, and is really crazy about it and everything, and that lady has a man. I mean, a boyfriend and all. That lady will half of the time have her man's driving her to Church or Synagogue or Temple or wherever. I mean,having her man supporting the hell out of her and her spirituality, even if his some mob boss or something. But take a really religious guy in the same vein, and he'll just end up driving his woman nuts. Or even worse, she'll leave his religious ass.
Now,ladies take it easy on me. Remember,I just said I like women. Consider that when you're making your comments...plzzz
Your point is... I have notice how you keep posting about things to do with religion and race... What you say only applies to a minority which is 1 person out of the 6.6 billion people
Oh c'mon Icewave, it isn't like that at all. I mean, you implying I'm racist or anything. And about religion. Well, this is a religion forum last time I checked. But here's the thing though, I think you're exaggerating with the whole one in a billion chance. Seriously, i've seen this happen a gazillion times. This doesn't in anyway imply that all women are that way. I just wanna know why the women who are like that, like that.
I can't say from experience that I have ever noticed this to be the case, CJ. Sorry.
Plenty of non-religious guys will leave a religious girl's ass, too - especially when she says they ain't gunna be havin' none of that ass any time soon ...
Swings both ways, my man.
Did you just see that Jenny. Uninvited Writer just made a joke. Ever seen that happen? Life's full of suprises, ain't it.
But here's the thing though Jen. I know you're awfully right about a guy leaving a girl, too, especially she chooses abstinence. But my point is, that aside. I mean if both are still doing it,and one of them is religious as hell,under the same circumstances,who's likely to leave? I just think most women like a guy who's not too nice,and religion just brings out the niceness in a person. At least, its meant to, though. I don't mean anything by it, though. Forget I said anything.
Btw all religious folks aren't always the nicest people and at the same time lack of religion doesn't make a person rude or bad person either. And the myth that girls like "bad" boys is blown out of proportion.
Personally I think it has somewhat to do with morality. Guys may think the girl who is more "religious" maybe more chaste and obedient to him. And a girl may think that a guy who is very religious may tend to put too many restrictions based on the religious texts. Just my two cents.
Not all religious guys or gals are good partners either. My friend was dating a devout Christian man, and she thought they had a connection because she is also Christian. However, when I went over to her house one time I thought he was a little aloof and distant. For example she loves to go out for coffee and that is one of her small treats, but he refused to accompany us to go get coffee because he said it was against his principles. Why was it against his principles? My friend said he never would say.
I was surprised she actually enjoyed spending time with him because I know small outings like that were her thing, but he did not want to share those with her. He stayed home to play a video game at her house while we went out for coffee.
Later back at her apartment he made some comments about how women should not dress revealing, but he was playing a video game with virtual women that wore very little. He made several snarky comments towards me and about several of her friends, so all in all I did not find him a very nice guy.
A few months later he broke up with her because he said she did not know enough about the Bible and failed his expectations. That would have been fine, but within two weeks he was already dating a new girl from her work. It turns out he had been planning to date the lady all along, but was just looking for an excuse to break up with my friend. Just because a guy or gal is religious does not mean they are a catch.
My friend's new boyfriend is a doll and is more than willing to do small things with her that make her smile. He is not religious that I know of either, which goes to show religion does not necessarily make someone caring.
Ofcourse you're right, Sweetiepie. Religion doesn't make one nice. And I never was implying that. I'm pretty sure there are people, I've not seen though, but I think there're people who would put a bullet right thru a guy's head,and murmur the Lord's prayer right afterwards. Its true.
And for one thing, your gal's ex does sound a lot like the kind of guy who does that. Except he doesn't use a gun. But his religious pimp juice.
Yeah I think you are right fierycj about that guy. I was just sharing a story, did not think you were implying anything.
maybe the girls you have observed are so nice, that there man is happy to take them to church, even if he does not want to go or pick her up also.. Maybe he takes her everywhere.... Not all religious men are violent and horrible, take you for example, you have a chip on your shoulder a bit, but you would not hurt a woman would you?????
Woman don't really like being called chicks, they like to be called ladies, some like to be called babes I think, but then it depends who is saying it,,,,,, Personally I say, refer to us as ladies it may help you a bit....
Bossy this morning aren't I??????
Yeah, just bossy a bit Brenda. But I still like you, though. The thing is, I dont mean anything by referring women as chicks, its just the vibe mode going. To me, they're ladies.
And yes you're right. I would never hurt a woman.
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