Dating someone who works on wall street
If this guy can’t manage to get a drink at a crowded bar or he’s too timid to tell you he likes a finger up his ass during sex, he’s never going to amount to anything.
This guy has an unrealistic and outdated idea of what it means to be a man.
I’m all for going out and getting blasted every once in a while, but after college, it shouldn’t be the whole point of every night out.
Cleaning up his puke and dealing with his morning-after hangovers is going to get old fast.
And a grown-up man knows there’s no way to win an argument with a woman, anyway. You’re an independent, 21st-century woman — you don’t need a man to pay your bills.
But if he’s not bringing you chicken soup when you’re sick or giving you rides when your car’s in the shop, this is not a guy you can depend on. A man doesn’t care what anyone thinks about him as long as he believes in what he’s doing. No one wants to be a full-on conformist, but we are living in a society, here.
The problem with this prolonged adolescence, however, is that some people forget that they eventually do have to take some responsibility for their lives and become a useful member of society.
He needs to know how to change a tire, mount a towel rack or at the very least, put together an IKEA bookshelf without bursting into tears.
The official beginning of adulthood has always been on a sliding scale.
The process starts at 18, when you’re allowed to vote, die for your country and be tried as an adult, but I think most of us can agree that we still have a lot of growing up to do at that age.
In today’s world, there are very few reasons to be completely unreachable for any length of time.
If he can’t send you a simple text just to let you know he’s not dead or in jail, odds are he’s fucking with your head.