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    (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
    I don't know what you're trying to argue here (haven't kept up with your silly women hating ramblings), but you seem to be making a point that women initiate the large marjority of divorces as if it's a valid point for something.

    If someone initiates for a divorce, it's usually because they have been wronged by their partner and so it validates the notion that the majority of the time divorce happens, it is a consequence of the man's actions rather than the woman's.

    Moreover, divorce rates are likely to be rising because women earn more and thus they are confident that they can independently look after themselves when they break up with their partner. Why does this mean so much to you? It means that before women who could not work would stay with their partner simply for money reasons and be 'emotionally divorced' with them. I know several housewives which have stayed with their cheating husbands simply because they can't afford to leave them.
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    (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)


    But ladies, can any man beat the old school Turkish dream boat, Cuneyt Arkin



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    Oh, wow :flutter: but i have to say Kivanc Tatlitug comes close, maybe he's even better
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    Related to the divorce debate. Despite what Holywoodbungie said, you also have to consider Women being able to divorce is a very nascent idea. Women weren't able to choose or leave their partners for the majority of history: I don't see why (if there is correlation supporting Women divorcing more oft) it's a bad thing. It just seems like you're holding on to some idealogical atavisms in order to repress the freedom of libertie Women can now enjoy, regardless of why. Even then, this sounds anecdotal considering evolutionarily speaking Women invest more in a relationship then Men.

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      (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
      Leave him alone, he is smart! :mad:
      I think you've just emasculated him. :hahaha:

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      You're just ruthless today
      Today? Always.

      (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
      Actually, it's quite the opposite with some women. Some have a thing for rough guys- i.e.with no affluent status or wealth at all.
      Almost* all women 'have a thing for rough guys'...with some form of status, whether it be societal, social, or whatever. If they had no status then every homeless person on the street would have women chasing after them. I think that you and I can at least agree that this is not the case.

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      Or there's always a man not being able to keep it in his trousers
      You can think that, if it helps you sleep at night.

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      (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
      If someone initiates for a divorce, it's usually because they have been wronged by their partner and so it validates the notion that the majority of the time divorce happens, it is a consequence of the man's actions rather than the woman's.
      Okay, Mrs Budgie, let's analyse your paragraph now shall we...

      You claim: If someone initiates for a divorce, it's usually because they have been wronged by their partner.

      Which you claim implies that: the majority of the time divorce happens, it is a consequence of the man's actions rather than the woman's.

      :hmmmm:

      Oh dear, what a slip up. So by your logic, only the man is capable of wronging their partner. After claiming that I go on 'women hating ramblings' you make yourself look the fool by making more obvious your misandry, as if it wasn't already very obvious. :lol:

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      (Original post by RamocitoMorales)

      You can think that, if it helps you sleep at night.

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      Are you saying it doesn't happen, and people don't get divorced because of it?
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        (Original post by bluebubblegum)
        Are you saying it doesn't happen, and people don't get divorced because of it?
        No, I'm sure there are cases of it having happened in history.
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        (Original post by TheGameOfScience)

        I'm turkish cypriot too (50%)!!

        And i think Ozil is attractive, and that bod :yes:
        OMG Yesss!!!! loool what is your other 50% if you don't mind me asking
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        (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
        Leave him alone, he is smart! :mad:



        Actually, it's quite the opposite with some women. Some have a thing for rough guys- i.e.with no affluent status or wealth at all.



        Everybody knows that the uptown wants a downtown guy
        Thank you, still liking that internet backup:cool:
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        [QUOTE=TheGameOfScience;46012976]
        (Original post by bluebubblegum)

        OMG Yesss!!!! loool what is your other 50% if you don't mind me asking
        Turkey-Turkish :grin:
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        [QUOTE=bluebubblegum;46013260]
        (Original post by TheGameOfScience)

        Turkey-Turkish :grin:
        thats a great mix
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          (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
          thats a great mix
          That's the first nice thing you've said about me. I'm flattered. :blush:
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          That's the first nice thing you've said about me. I'm flattered. :blush:
          it was directed at bubblegum..... but you are very welcome good sir
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          (Original post by bluebubblegum)

          thats a great mix
          ah thank you :h: yours is great- which of your parents are from cyprus?
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          (Original post by TheGameOfScience)

          ah thank you :h: yours is great- which of your parents are from cyprus?
          thank you, there isnt many cypriot turks that i know in real life unfortunately and my dad is cypriot turkish hbu?
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          (Original post by bluebubblegum)

          thank you, there isnt many cypriot turks that i know in real life unfortunately and my dad is cypriot turkish hbu?
          :five: my dad is also cypriot, and i dont many cypriots either
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          (Original post by TheGameOfScience)

          :five: my dad is also cypriot, and i dont many cypriots either
          woah loool this is crazy both our dads are cypriot and we are 50 50 i think cypriots are really rare to come by loool
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          (Original post by bluebubblegum)

          woah loool this is crazy both our dads are cypriot and we are 50 50 i think cypriots are really rare to come by loool
          Yeah it is pretty rare, but not so much in places like London
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          (Original post by TheGameOfScience)

          Yeah it is pretty rare, but not so much in places like London
          Lool i live in london and no one in my entire 6 form is cypriot turkish
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            (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
            [woah loool this is crazy both our dads are cypriot and we are 50 50
            Calm down, it's not that crazy. :rolleyes:

            (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
            i think cypriots are really rare to come by loool
            Actually the vast majority of Turkish immigrants in the UK are either Cypriot or Kurdish (mostly of the former).
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            (Original post by bluebubblegum)

            Lool i live in london and no one in my entire 6 form is cypriot turkish
            Aw well they do exist in the UK
           
           
           
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