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Jul 19, 2010
@ GiordanoBruno

"She is simply stating..."

I have been married for almost 15 years, and I have yet to come across anything that was ever simply stated. Stereotypically, women never simply state anything.

@ Nelkins

IMO you put it best. The vast majority if not all of the population is self-centered and they, um I can only see it in other people. I refer to those that suffer from this affliction greatly as "Geo-Centric". You know the world revolves around them.
Jul 2, 2010

>she is simply stating what she is looking for in a man
You are right. And the sad thing is, that she does not say "I would love it if YOU cooked" for me. Did you realize this? Dilbert as a person is not of interest, it's his capacity to provide "free catering". Which - by the way - is one of the most important roles parents fullfile for their offspring - confirming my orignal thesis.

> But, poor old Dilbert is thinking too much of himself
Exactly, that's the point. Too much for your taste. And in an ideal world he'd be dedicated to her 100%, 24/7? Would not that just be loooovely?

> and too much like an engineer.
And yes again, because he realized what was going on. Thanks for this compliment to all male and female engineers out there.
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Jun 27, 2010
"I like it when a man makes me laugh".

Do I amuse you?

Jun 27, 2010
And how about "i like it when a man makes me laugh".
Jun 27, 2010
@ kurkosdr
Not all women are alike. But I agree, if a woman says "I like a man who ...," no matter how sweetly, I get that she's not only asserting what she wants, she's also trying to make YOU more like her male ideal. Stay away, I always say! :-)
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