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net73 net73 36-40, F 22 Answers Feb 9, 2013 in Dating & Relationships

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Look, for the last time, I don't want to marry you. Get used to it.

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Awww, youre not going to give up easily are you? lol.

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Aww, well, a decent hand-shandy in a dark alley might swing it...

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oh will it....lol.

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The kicking might be part of it

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It pushes us to do better, to work harder, to achieve what we could never achieve otherwise. I owe my degree, several of my friendships, many good memories, and even my life, to my complete refusal to admit defeat :)

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No more no less stubborn than women.

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When I was younger I used to give stubborn lessons to mules.

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Just go fix him a sandwich and stop your bitching and whining. Your life will be immeasurably better.

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Why are (wo)men so stubborn, like kicking a dead horse?<br />
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Fixed the question for ya.

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lol.

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Bit of a sweeping generalization. Not all men are stubborn. Perhaps you've just dated the wrong ones.

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Such an offensive view - *closes window*

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Outrageous!

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LOL

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maybe he's right and you're just wrong

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If your question were any more vague, I would believe you were threatening violent action toward deceased equines instead of insulting an entire gender of the same species. For all we know he has good reason to be stubborn, you have given us little reason to think otherwise.

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cause god made them that way

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I have been accused of being hung like a horse.

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Interesting that you say this in your question!!<br />
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In many male-female relationships, the woman blames the man because he WON'T change; yet the man blames the woman because he often thinks that "SHE's CHANGED". A vicious circle.

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That is because women go into the relationship believing that the things she does not like about him will magically change, and they invariably change little. A man goes into the relationship hoping the things he likes about her will never change at all, and they invariably do. So they both wind up completely disappointed that their false expectations, based on never fully accepting the other completely, are never met.
Isn't it tragic?

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Cuz we're right.

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