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    Okay I'll come out straight, my views on love have differed so much, that I don't care too much about the girl I marry, my parents will probably pick her, but I'm not going to let her work, I want her to be a home maker, and only ask me if she wants to do something, I also expect her to support everything I ask. I know it's bad but am I the only one? I dont know my heart has been hurt to much
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    Doesn't sound like you believe in love at all.
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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Doesn't sound like you believe in love at all.
    I do but shes gone.
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    Are you the same guy whose gf got arranged married to someone else?
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    Are you the same guy whose gf got arranged married to someone else?
    lol
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    Why won't you let her work? And how will you enforce that?
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    (Original post by nuraf)
    lol
    What exactly made you want to be that controlling?
    Are you afraid she would cheat or leave?
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    i mean it's not good lol haha
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    fair enough about you wanting your future wife to be a housewife but you cant control her by making her ask you about everything she does.
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    Yeah bro

    Better hide that attitude when those rishtas come along
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    If you don't believe in love/dislike women leave them alone, don't get married or sort your ideas out, that's not a healthy relationship
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    (Original post by nuraf)
    I do but shes gone.
    There, that is the problem you need to work through.

    Your newfound "misogynistic" attitude seems to me to be a sort of cynical shield against love and trust.
    You do, however, seem to know that yourself, so I'd say stop using misogyny, which is nothing honourable, as an excuse and work on yourself, instead of making some future girl (and yourself) miserable all due to the mistakes of another.
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    Yes... What a stupid question.
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    Are you the only one? Unfortunately not :erm:

    I just don't see how that kind of an attitude can be justified, to be honest
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    Good luck with finding someone who'd willingly marry you with that criteria bro
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    There must be a reason "shes gone", you don't expect a lady to just be controlled by her significant other....unless shes into that idk.
    And having a housewife isnt that bad - UNLESS you are forcing her to be submissive. In that case, fix yourself.
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    You sound a right catch.
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    Nah bro.

    Me too.

    Hate women.
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    Good luck with that.
 
 
 
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