Dating a guy with no job
I just graduated this weekend and have 3 months of fieldwork left.
I go to fieldwork everyday and hes at home watching tv or on some days he will grill and drink with the guys.
Unlike other countries, where the public transportation is quite sophisticated, public transportation here does not encourage dressing up, which is essential in going out.
In fact, to be appropriately dressed to brave the public transport you need to be in full battle gear; not only is it a jungle out there, there is a war going on as well.
Some guys might feel they won the lotto, for getting the girl and a car, but nine out of 12 guys I asked said this is going to be the root of a lot of disputes later on, when the honeymoon stage is over and reality sets in.
Women want to feel cherished and taken care of, men need to feel they can provide, so if you are going to go this route, make sure there are other ways he would adequately be providing and that you are in no way going to “bitchslap” this to his face when you are fighting. Seven out of 10 women cited this as the reason why having no car is a bit unattractive.
Why would standing on the jeepney line in your 5-inch Blahniks set a tone for a potentially sweet, lasting love story? We women are so empowered that we can actually take our pick: Would I go for somebody I want to drive home, or do I want to be the one driven home?
Wanting to have a comfortable life or a better one is not a crime.
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I have posted here before but I am still dealing with this issue: I moved down to Florida from NJ for grad school to get my masters in occupational therapy, 6 months later I met my current boyfriend who I have been with 1 year and a half.
Why would hailing a cab in your mini-skirt in a darkened part of town at 3 a.m.
be such a deciding factor in your quest for “the one”?