The ladder dating
I think it's more for men to read and say, "Totally, man! " Furthermore - he basically says that all women want is money and if they don't say that - then they are liars. And if you say that the most important thing you look for in a man isn't money - then you are just a liar because the most important thing that ALL b*tches - which is 99.9% of women - look for is money.Do you honestly think that this would appeal to women?Well, let me put it this way - it's not impossible to actually attack his theory - but it's like trying to talk to a toddler with their fingers in their ears that won't listen to you.Because if the guy wants women to read this and enjoy - he needs to go about it differently.
After several beatings, the new monkey learned never to go up the ladder, even though there was no evident reason not to, aside from the beatings.
It might have been more interesting without such an obvious bias.
When Harry Met Sally was funny, but on the second page when the author started talking about ******* and whores, I just skimmed a little and then stopped.
It is based upon many years of sociological field testing, and was first conceptualized in 1994 in Exeter, CA by Dallas Lynn with acknowledgements to Jared Whitson for his role in formalizing the theory.' "A woman's test is material.
A man's test is a woman..a man could **** in a cardboard box, he wouldn't buy a house." - Rabbi Dave Chappelle. When Harry Met Sally was funny, but on the second page when the author started talking about ******* and whores, I just skimmed a little and then stopped.
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Again interesting, given it is trying to be controversial and satirical yet pointing out generalized notions about relationships and the intuitions we have about them.