All The Good Ones Are *Married

All The Good Ones Are MarriedWhoops I spelled men wrong! No one is more attractive than a man madly in love with his wife. He shines, his eyes sparkle and he is overflowing with joy. It makes me very happy to see. It’s wonderful to realize that men are capable of the deep love that women want so badly.

Why did the chick cross the road?
To get away from the wonderful man who is falling in love with her.

I think most of us are afraid of this. We say we want it, but we sure throw our boots on and run like hell when it’s happening, don’t we? People in their thirties and forties have likely been hurt terribly, probably more than once. Plus they still have that nasty high school crush in the back of their minds. Mustn’t let that go! Between horrid divorces, court battles and the never ending nastiness that goes with having children with a person you now hate, it’s a surprise we don’t all die alone!

What to do, what to do?

Skinny and single heads to the juice bar in a tube top!!

30 thoughts on “All The Good Ones Are *Married

  1. Two questions:

    1. If you still hate your ex you might need to work on that a bit more before your next true love comes along. Anger at your dickish-ex, no matter how dickish is a real turn-off. I would suspect this goes both ways.

    2. Did you really wear a tubetop to the juice bar? I hope it was a LuLuLemon, I mean to keep with the fashion and all.

    Anyway, of course, loving one’s wife deeply is a powerful aphrodisiac, because the man is unavailable. And then when he IS available, suddenly he becomes dangerous.

    Keep going. (grin)

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  3. As a happily married man who adores his wife more today than when we first met, I’ll take this as a compliment.
    You’re right though, I’ve recently watched some single friends run like hell away from potentially good partners for being “too perfect” 😦

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  4. I love this so much πŸ™‚ And I totally agree–there’s something in that god awful chase that is desirable. As devastating as it is to live through, when the man expresses interest back, it can quickly become a turn-off.

    Goodness, we’re complex πŸ™‚

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  5. Amen.

    I figured out a LONG time ago that I was hotter just so long as I was married and faithful. Many years ago I got divorced and when I re-entered the dating scene I was sadly out of practice. Worse yet, I began to develop a distinct aroma of desperation.

    You. You in the skirt. Yeah, you’ll do. Take me home now. I am yours.

    That just doesn’t work. We might like to think it does, but it just does not.

    I am happily married now and I get more passes made at me then ever before. Why? Because I am happy. Because I feel fulfilled. Because I am not especially looking for anyone else.

    That’s right. Rocket science happening here. You can NEVER find your glasses when you are looking for them. That book that you need for your next article – well, you are going to find a billion other books before you find that right one. I don’t care HOW many times you pray to Saint Anthony – if you lost it you aren’t going to find it again very easily.

    Someday I am going to bottle an aftershave that smells like happily-married and I will make a fortune.

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