Our Most Glorious Patriarch recently posted this,
There is a lot there, but one thing struck me: She is 34 and she has upped her demands in what she wants in a man. This is above and beyond the demand that he marry her requirement. He has to be much better than what she tolerated in the past. Stuff like – good father material, stable income, do what she wants, etc. Plus, he must be the sexy and fun that she probably has become accustomed to.
It seems to a fella that upping the demands as your bargaining position is deteriorating is ludicrous. I presume that I am not the only one who thinks this way. Guys learn about this young. As for the gals, apparently not so much.
Remember Emily Hart? She was the same way. As she aged through her 30’s, her requirements expanded. How can they possibly think this way? Is it the entitlement of the late teens and twenties creating a reality distortion field? Is it unleashed hypergamy driving them insane? Is it the inability to engage in critical thinking?
Exit question: Is it possible to explain reality to these women?