Theoretical Classification of Odd Men..

I could smell my thoughts again burning in freedom. This is better than melted cheese on Italian pasta. For days, I have to scribble through pen and paper when soup was accidentally poured on my keyboard. Being seriously driven by obsessive-compulsive nature, my mind had been constantly nagging the hands without the affirmation of written words. I have to read it, or hear myself reading it. As soon as I got a new one, the feel of it is just strange. I had to start my article by saying Bullshit! Screw the same bullshit I get everyday.


One fact about human is that we are born specialists. We keep doing the same mode of behavior not as habits but because subconsciously we think its working for us. So I regarded actions not as accidents but an acquired pattern. I have to say that this has been one of my major reasons why engaging in dating seemed difficult. It simply ends up in lamenting over logical assumptions the moment one has opened his mouth or disguised a common behavior. My particulars here are based on common characters that usually manifest in the first 3-6 months of engagement, all (in the name of probabilities) could end up in disastrous relationships,


The Sugar Daddy Hip- This is a general denominator among older men, married or not for obvious reason—they are a bit running out of time. The purpose is to get out from an existing numb, and dry lifestyle. It might also be seen among younger adults, who has to make up for major psychological disorder often not visible. These men understand the economics of young women’s needs. In return for convenience, a favorable physical attribute should stand as a collateral. Target market should be double their age or still in 20’s, Asian or those with traditional orientation, and lastly, a desire for financial stability. There are some twisted arrangements in this kind of relationship depending still, on the host’s preference. That bargain comes with bigger risks.


The Slave- I have to say that The Slave is the opposite of city-kind-of-guy. This behavior again comes from either cultural attributes associated to geographics, and that with masochistic character. Some men are raised to serve women to gain their approval. They would walk on fire, jump from a cliff, or cut themselves to please women. It would have been a great deal but the exaggeration of its nature comes with two dangerous plots—obsession and the habit of lying or scheming. Basically, the why pertains to being designed as humans who let you hear or see whatever you want.


Whip-You-All-I-Want Narcist- This kind is also known as the player. Domination is the key to the game which pretty much makes sense. If he wants to manage his time smartly among other women, then he has to gain control. You cannot ask, nor own. Everything he offers should be taken as a privilege. This is a bit of an attraction to most women, given that we have such known instincts for being-lead-on…I, being a a fascist of conventions meant to repulse such tendencies.


There are definitely more to add on the list but tight on schedule for another job. Let me end this by saying, I’m coming back tomorrow to bring a resolution..



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