Basically, a bunch of ladies over at you know where, lamented on how they've broken off relationships with guys that were handsome, smart, and funny, basically, as one woman put it, "good on paper". But for some weird reason, they had ZERO attraction to. Some women were so disgusted and fed up with their attractive, smart, funny SOs that they ended breaking off engagements. Here are two of my favorites:
wish I could lie and say that the love grew in time and now I cannot imagine being without that person. But it would be a lie.
I refused to commit because I wasn't desiring them, they were just an excellent "on paper" match and was buying time for the chemistry to develop. During that bought time, someone sexy-to-my-loins entered my life and I went with the sexy one, instead. Usually to a bad end, because my picker was so excited that I found them sexy that it overlooked all the other incompatibilities we had.
So sorry, no good news here.
You see guys, she would rather date someone who was "sexy to her loins", but was completely bad match everywhere else, instead of a guy that's "good on paper".
Girls love the CC and the alphas they ride. So much so, that they would be willing to go through a "bad end" than be stuck with a man who's "good on paper".
Here's another lass who THOUGHT she liked "nice guys" too:
Wouldn't recommend. I tried dating a guy that I wasn't super physically attracted to because he was a nice guy and we had a lot in common.
Note: She says "super physically attracted to". She's never been with a guy like that because he's probably a super model, what she meant to say was "An alpha that gave me tingles". As we all know, looks help, but but showing alpha traits and preselection, help way more.
I figured I shouldn't be shallow and reject him just because he wasn't my type physically. I tried to make it happen for like six months but I finally got to the point where I couldn't stand to be around him. I looked very every excuse in the book not to have to see him towards the end. One night I went to his place and he started trying to initiate sex with me and I was sooooo not into it. Not even a little bit. I broke up with him then and there (not the best way to handle it, but I was young).
Notice, how she "couldn't stand to be around him", damn. I imagine that's the same feeling the Portland Trailblazers had when they realized the mistake they made in picking Sam Bowie 2nd Overall instead of Michael Jordan. She continues:
I still remember the drive home and how light and free I felt. I sang to the radio at the top of my lungs. It was definitely the right decision. I know he really liked me though and I feel bad because I know I did really hurt him. I have no idea where he is now but I hope that he's happy and found someone who loves him.
While bluepill Brian was devastated and crushed that his girlfriend of six months kicked him to the curb without batting an eye, she was blasting the radio and singing her heart out to Taylor Swift, feeling "light and free".
Here's one more:
my ex, with whom i was with for four years was amaze balls. in retrospect, every man i've dated since, has turned out pretty terribly. with that being said, the spark was missing in that relationship and while he was so wonderful, i sensed in myself a desire to push my limits. i was worried that if we did settle down and get married, i would cheat on him or just be mean, so as to see how far i could
Do I even have to say anything in this one? It's like she almost became self-aware. How many times have you read something similar to this. A women will grow contempt for a beta and torture him to see how much she can get away with.
These weren't even the worst ones.