I bomb atomically, Socrates' philosophiesWhat is the ONE thing that most of us want? A meaningful relationship with a member of the opposite sex (or same sex if you swing that way). Some of us are looking to take a meaningful relationship to the next level. You know...marriage.
and hypothesis can't define how I be droppin these
mockeries, lyrically perform armed robbery
Flee with the lottery, possibly they spotted me
Battle-scarred shogun, explosion when my pen hits
tremendous, ultra-violet shine blind forensics
I inspect you, through the future see millenium
Killa B's sold fifty gold sixty platinum
Inspectah Deck from Wu Tang (Triumph)
When you enter a relationship, you're expected to give up certain things. Is that fair? I think so. But I guess it would depend on what you're expected to give up certain things. For men, when we turn in that "playa card", we lose some things. I remember being a man who had a lotta female friends in college. These weren't women who I wasn't necessarily interested in. Women who had become friends with me b/c I'm an easy guy to talk to (...as evidence of this blog...things haven't changed. haaa). But there were some friends who DROPPED off the face of the earth when I got married. It's cool, tho. I understand.
There are some things that most people miss from the single life. For example...a recent study of 2050 women were asked what they missed about the single life. On a scale from 1-10 (with 10 being a very big deal to 1 being no big deal) here's how things stacked up...
Time to myself...7
Total financial control...6
Freedom to play the field...4
Answering to no one...8
Decorating on my own...4
Traveling when I want to...6
Finding dates for parties...3
Leaving my place messy...5
Hanging with friends...7
Ok. Now it's on you. Not just women...men, too. If you aren't currently in a relationship, you can specify the things that you would miss about the single life.