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Young Man Dating Blues

I’m a 24 year old physically fit, athletic male. Not the best looking guy, but certainly not the worst. Make around $100,000/year. Have my own company, and two properties. Drive a $102,000 car. Went to university and college for 4.5 years, have about 5 years of oilfield and construction experience. Have a Class 1 and working on my electrician ticket.

But I have horrid luck dating here; I’m the guy some women like to look at, but few actually want anything to do with. In person either I get a dirty look, a look away, or a smile- it is usually either or. (Most) women around my age I go through because they just can’t show up at a certain day and time, or they just want attention and are horrible to communicate with. Others are too absorbed into digital communication and don’t value face time, and make endless excuses to not spend actual time together. I want to actually see your face and emotion. I do business the same way; let’s meet up and talk. None of the phones, emails, or resumes/wall of text. Others complain I work too much and away from home sometimes. Once I was bluntly told she did not get enough sex (despite us having great times when we were physically together). Then you run into the ones looking for a guy to just get knocked up by and who would do anything (and a lot of men in Alberta would do just anything!)… but then I’m that odd one that only wants a strong, independent, non-needy woman that works. Some attack men like myself as only wanting sex, and rationalize pregnancy as a means to trap a man. Where then this is where I don’t get along with most women who automatically jump to that conclusion if men don’t “waste time” chasing them. I’ve believed love should be something that happens naturally and shouldn’t be forced; if it’s meant to be then it should just comfortably happen on both sides. You shouldn’t need to push me to do ___.

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Also I’m quite quiet about my financial and educational background unless you specifically ask. I am one of those “good with money” (or some may call “cheap”) people relundant to spoil a woman or let her move in and have kids within a short time. I’ve had fights about me not paying for some of the women dinners, nevertheless at the time I asked: do I really want someone who is always going to demand from me?

I know I shouldn’t be ranting, as it may be just my experience being a young person, when a lot of women you come across aren’t very punctual or have their life together… nor do they see the value of a man who does so. The older usually don’t want a younger (biologically explainable). Or who knows, maybe it is just my bad personal experience! It just gets to me sometimes and it’s nice to share a rant and converse.

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  1. What you have has nothing to do with who you are

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  2. The problem is you’re successful, women don’t want that…develop a drug habit and have a few kids the girls will roll in

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  3. You define yourself by your possessions, appearance, and education — what about the things that really matter?

    Maybe you’re attracting a certain kind of partner because you’re putting yourself out there with a pretty shallow introduction.

    Don’t get me wrong, your successes are admirable, and are certainly a big part of who you are – but they shouldn’t be what defines you.

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    • You took the words right out of my typing. 🙂

      Good luck OP!!

      I’m so glad I have the man I do. He’s a gem.

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    • Stacy Lynn Stacy Lynn says:

      Yes, I have to agree.

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    • Jenna Unrau Jenna Unrau says:

      I couldnt agree more!
      Sure financial stability is great! But are you funny, sarcastic, romantic?
      Are you as superficial with women as your possesions?
      Are you only looking for a “type”?
      You have the money, get yourself out there!
      Go to a New Years gala (how much fun would that be) or take some time and join a club you like. Then maybe, if you meet someone, there is common ground.

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  4. Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

    Dude, buy dinner. It’s not going to hurt.

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    • Amanda Kamps Amanda Kamps says:

      When does buying someone a meal equal respect? I’d much rather pay my own meal on a first date. I have the means. I don’t really understand that whole mindset that a guy is garbage if he doesn’t buy the first meal. Are we not all equals here? We can pay our own, and if something develops later down the road we can take turns buying dinner for each other because we want to treat someone we like and care about. The expectation is a little weird to me, but I was raised to be self sufficient.

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    • Exactly my thought! If a guy won’t buy me a diner I will not give him another minute of my life. No it’s not that I’m demanding it or can’t feed myself. We want to be appreciated and showed respect. So you expect me to pay for my own dinner and then French kiss me at the end of the date? Good luck with that. Keep your 2 properties and your k100 income. Not interested

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    • Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

      I’m not going to put my lack of skills on here but I can afford to eat so if Lisa or Kristina or anyone wants to grab a bite at Rge Rd or wherever I’ll come to town and dinner is on me. And it goes without saying there would be no expectation of fake affection after. Just good food and good talk and separate cabs after lol.

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    • Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

      Also, being relundant isn’t a quirk. It is a failure to communicate.

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    • Do you mean redundant or reluctant? I’m so confused!

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    • Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

      Taryn Wellsman I don’t know. Mr. success put relundant in his post and I’m not sure which he meant. It’s a new word to me. I’m assuming reluctant but I can’t read the mind of a 24 year old genius cheapskate

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    • If the guy invites me on the date he pays. If I invite him then I pay. I couldn’t imagine going on a date and the guys like by the way pay for yourself, I just think it comes off rude and not very appealing

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    • Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

      Amanda Kamps yes. That’s a real thing that no one would argue against. Lots of women are doing lots of better, more fruitful things than I am. My point is I wouldn’t go to dinner if I wasn’t willing to pay for it. If someone else pays or wants to split the bill, that’s great. But I would never go expecting someone else to pay.

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    • Amanda Kamps I always offer to pay and have more than once. But you kind of do get a feeling that they like you that little bit more when they pay for you… I find at least. But you’re totally right. I’ve had a guy pay for the first date to only be left paying for everything else for months… so I guess to cut my ramble, I usually use him paying for the first date as a judge of his interest… that said it doesn’t mean shit all about the future!

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    • Michael Orr Michael Orr says:

      Lisa Lutz lol can I take you to dinner?

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  5. Have some fun. Your only 24. The right person will come your way soon enough. Enjoy!

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  6. Lyn Hessels Lyn Hessels says:

    Damn… if I wasn’t 70 and happily married…. lol

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  7. Maybe its not all materialistic as you state, perhaps you’re not as nice as you think you are. Maybe you’re a condescending ass. Also, simple rule is this, whoever invites someone on a date should pay. If i asked a guy to the movies or dinner i would pay and vice versa. There is cheap and then there is self absorbed/ trying to make a point

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  8. Nicole M-c Nicole M-c says:

    Good for you for working hard ! The right person will come along when she is ment to! Keep doing things for yourself and don’t settle

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  9. start dating older women. Think outside the box.

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  10. As I read the first paragraph I thought.. dude is a douche.. you mention how much money you make and the value of the car you drive.. thus implying you either think women are materialistic.. or that you are one of those guys who only talks about how good he is based on his money.. I didn’t even read further.. maybe you did talk about what a nice guy you are.. what you like doing.. what type of woman you would like.. If all you think you are is your money.. good luck.

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    • I did continue reading… but I’m with ya! The sentiment I developed is that this guy is only asking out girls who are after a free ride. There ARE other women out there but he keeps choosing the same ones… look for a woman who’s more than swimsuit selfies and fake tans/hair and you might find someone less shallow and materialistic.

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  11. Marlena Liz Marlena Liz says:

    What car costs $102,000? Who buys one for that much when it’s more than their yearly income. Lol.
    Anyways, you’re only 24 and you sound pretty materialistic. You are not what you have. The right girl will not date you because of how many houses you own or the value of your car. Just wait and eventually the right one will come along.

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  12. I say hold off on the dating scene live life, your young …settle down closer to your 30’s or in your early 30’s. Just sayin!

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  13. You sound like a great guy! You’re also more mature than people your age (men or women). I say look for women over 30. some of them actually know what they want and are looking for meaningful relationships. Good luck.

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  14. Kara Fehr Kara Fehr says:

    I don’t care if you make a million a year or ten thousand a year, treat me with respect, love me for who I am, communicate with me and I will do the same with you. Treat me like your queen and I will treat you like my king.

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  15. Amanda Kamps Amanda Kamps says:

    Maybe reevaluate where you are looking for love. I know all sorts of girls that fit the bill, but they are at work or at home reading a book, playing a game, just hanging out, etc. But honestly you are 24 and miles ahead of 99% of guys your age; even girls. It’s going to come with it’s sacrifices. Might take girls a few years to be mature enough for a relationship like that. Give it a few years. Have some fun, continue on with your business and successes. Nothing wrong with focusing on your career at that age.

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    • THIS ^. Definitely agree there are many women out there that fit that description but they are doing their own thing and it’s just a matter of meeting them. If OP is looking on certain apps/dating sites those could be the problem, maybe he’s attracting a certain type of woman.

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  16. So you own your own business and only make 100 thousand a year ? I make more then that on a paid by hour job bud I think your in the wrong business

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  17. Lois Sunley Lois Sunley says:

    these points are actually why younger men like older women … they don’t need you or your money and usually have their lives together and value time rather than what you can give them … but seriously if you asked me out you pay if I ask you out I will pay simple or you agree ahead of time each pays for their own

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  18. Aly Anna Aly Anna says:

    My boyfriend owned a company, never went to university, doesn’t make 100k a year and has a old truck that he’s put a lot of work into and I didn’t know any of this until I actually met him. My point is your starting on the wrong door here. Your introducing yourself through everything you’ve done and have, and not who you are. Women these days are more interested in the person and even if you aren’t a total asshole, your making yourself seem like one with this kinda talk. I bid you so much luck with finding a lovely lady but remember people wanna know about YOU not just what you have or what you’ve done. Xx

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  19. Sean Matthew Sean Matthew says:

    Good women are like good men. Hardly online, busy at work, or spending time doing the things they love. Find a hobby and meet people that enjoy doing the things you like to do.

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  20. And I wouldn’t by 100,000 dollar car in Alberta you plug unless your a established business

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  21. You are successful… buy a girl dinner. You are successful and are looking for a woman to take you for you but it doesnt sound like you will take them for them. Dont go for a single mother… your not generous enough for family life. Maybe aim gor older then you. That way you dont have to worry about “baby daddy” issues. Ive dated your kind before. 6 figures, properties, nice car…. blah blah blah… you build your self around money so your going to attract gold diggers and turn off the ones out there for personality. What you have just put down for the world to see, you dont have much of one. PM me if you would like some advise. Its easier then talking to a wall.

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  22. Amanda Kamps Amanda Kamps says:

    See and I would prefer to pay my own way on a first date. Kind of doesn’t leave room for any “expectations”. I have a job, I own a home, I have the money to pay my own way. Someone paying for a meal on the first date doesn’t impress me like a good personality and fun time would.

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  23. Bobby Sam Bobby Sam says:

    Its sounds like its all about YOU and your needs. Relationships are complex, take time and involve a lot of give and take and subtle negotiation. Perhaps, try developing some friendships that don’t involve dating. Strengthen your skills both as a person and a potential partner. Good Luck

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  24. Sighs. Where were you years ago lol. It’s hard to find men like this anymore. Oh I worry about this man because if he does share his financial info to the wrong girl he could get trapped by a goldiddger. Good luck I hope you find who you’re looking for.

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  25. Oh dear, I really don’t miss dating, it sucks out there.

    You seem to appear to be someone on the outside who is not that approachable due to all those lovely stereotypes. You are the typical guy. So going to bars or dating sites probably won’t work for you. You’ll just attract gold diggers or high maintenance. Try meeting girls at places you normally go like The gym or pool or a lunch place close to your work. That way you can get to know someone on a personal level and they can see that you are more than a nice car and lots of money. Or just go out of your comfort zone. Make friends go places you normally wouldn’t with people you just met.. just do you and have fun. It will surprise you how fast it can happen.

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  26. Im older then my bf by 2 1/2 years lol its working out great for us! Iv dated older, my age and younger then me, not usually more then 2 years but I personally found going younger was a better match! So maybe look for someone older? I know a few gals that went younger and are incredibly happy so maybe that will work for you?

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  27. If I read your first paragraph on a dating site non of what you said would want me to even message you. The fact that you have a job and a vehicle are great because I know I don’t need another guy to support but I wouldn’t care if you drove a $50 vehicle and there are plenty of women that would agree. Find yourself an independent woman who takes care of herself and doesn’t rely on men and if it becomes serious then work as a team. And older women don’t mind younger guys if they have their shit together! Age is just a number.

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  28. That’s the cell phone technology for you. the worst is when husband & wife are out with their kids and BOTH are texting & the kids are clammering for a little attention. Dining table, wherever, should always be a cell free zone.

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  29. You are too young to be worrying about all this. Just learn to love the life you are living, and be happy with yourself. Once you do that, the women will find you.

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  30. Hayley Brown Hayley Brown says:

    Uh try volunteering for something you actually care about. Maybe you’ll hit it up with a volunteer.

    Like personally I wouldn’t care if you made minimum wage and rode a bloody bike everywhere. Materialism is a massive turn off to pretty much everyone but shallow people and gold diggers. Shut up about your fancy car, dig deep in your soul and find something you care about other than the almighty dollar, volunteer, and if it doesn’t get you a girl at least you have something to talk about other than your car and how much money you make. Are you interested in anything other than money? Did you read a good book lately? Watch something interesting? Do you have a closet full of secret comic books? Do you have a personality? Cut it out with the woe is me most girls suck shit, and go forth and be interesting. From what I read, I would give you the biggest, “that’s nice, bye,” I could. Oh and maybe it’s because you kind of sound like a condescending Luddite who probably shames a girl for using her cell which frequently a girl will do to let her besties know you don’t seem like a serial killer because as evidenced by #metoo girls face a lot of bullshit from guys and friends will worry about girls on dates with strangers..

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  31. P.S. When I was a young women, the man ALWAYS paid for the date. That’s the old-fashioned way. You ARE cheap, especially making the salary you do. I would forewarn women that if they ever married you, be prepared to account for every penny. NEWS FLASH TO YOU a marre

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  32. Dylan Rose Dylan Rose says:

    I think it’s kind of hilarious you saying you are quiet about your financial and education. Yet you actually opened your rant by bragging about such. It’s very obvious you think very highly about yourself based on these things.
    PS pay for the woman’s goddamn meal. It’s called being a gentleman.

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  33. Married person should never treat their partner as a child. You should definitely remain a bachelor.

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  34. Carly Brunet Carly Brunet says:

    my husband was pretty broke when we started dating. It was nice that he offered to pay for our first date but we went Dutch.

    It seems like you’re blaming the women here when the only consistent variable amongst all your failed relationships is you. Maybe try treating women like people instead of expecting them to consistently compromise.

    Not to mention, you’re looking for a hard working, independent woman who will drop everything to for around your schedule but it doesn’t seem to be vice versa.

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  35. Jenna Bain Jenna Bain says:

    You lost me at ” I Make around $100,000/year. Have my own company, and two properties. Drive a $102,000 car.” Who does that… oh right the same type of ppl you dont think should demand that you pay for a meal… figure out some personal value and get of your high horse. This is Alberta.. LOTS of men and women make 100Gs a year dude! Your not that special

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  36. Vera Milo Vera Milo says:

    Hahaha this is too funny. Your definitely not quiet about your finances since you disclosed to Edmonton.

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  37. Lyn Hessels Lyn Hessels says:

    There are lots of intelligent, career minded and independent women who could have written the same post as you who are looking for the same thing as you. Enjoy your youth and freedom. Your post says a lot about you, so take your time looking for that perfect match but don’t compromise who you are for the sake of “having someone”. There is some give and take in all relationships but if you have to be someone you aren’t you’ll never be happy.
    Have fun shopping… shes out there!

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  38. Nicole Keats Nicole Keats says:

    I doubt this guy starts off his dating experiences by stating his income and possessions… to me this information being told sounds like an inner conflict…. you know what i mean, when you go through the “what’s wrong with me” checklist and start naming all the great things… while not understand why you’re not liked or wanted…

    Kristin Watt Date this guy. Sounds like your type!
    Independant, non needy, looking for non needy female… yup, clearly has his shit together….

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  39. Judy Plant Judy Plant says:

    Wow…..he was explaining his situation

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  40. where were you when I was 24???

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  41. Brad Rose Brad Rose says:

    Anybody else read about 3 sentences and smell the reek of douchebagism?

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  42. LuckyMe Chan LuckyMe Chan says:

    The right person will come at the right time dont worry

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  43. Dale Martin Dale Martin says:

    I smell bs here somewhere.
    24yrs old 4.5 yrs of college an worked in oil fields 5yrs. You go to college at 14 an an half yrs old ?? If so kudos

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  44. Pull your head out of your own ass. Who care what you own. Your attitude has looking for a Gold Digger all over it.

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  45. You’ve based your entire being on the “stuff” you have. And your income. All I hear is you blaming others for your short comings.

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  46. You sound like a douche

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  47. My luck with younger men (I’m 33 and referring to men up to 10 years younger) is they have no drive, no ambition, no work ethic. And just want to party. I have no problem dating younger men, they just seem not to have their shit together. Or at least the ones I’ve talked to

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  48. I suggest MGTOW for you. You’re an ass. I hope all women stay away from you

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  49. Perhaps you’re misleading people into believing your materialistic? I mean your post comes off that way and to me you will attract those types of women. Honestly when it comes to finding someone who fits you it’s a matter of going on dates and weeding through many of the wrong ones for you. But hang in there eventually the one that fits you will come along. Also well love should happen naturally if you like a person you do have to show it, she isn’t gonna know otherwise. To me this posts sounds like you want everything just to magically happen on its own. Being in love is the easy part it’s staying in love that’s the hard part. If you don’t put in some effort to show you can make them happy (and vice versa it works both ways) then yes it will fall apart.

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  50. Perhaps you should just stop looking for “the one”. Go out and enjoy life, chances are you’ll find her when you’re not even looking.
    Having said that, don’t talk about your finances, even if they ask. If they ask then they’re probably shallow and not worth your time. Don’t bring it up either because you’ll come across as a arrogant asshole.

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  51. Sheila Harji Sheila Harji says:

    Get off your high horse and come down to reality! Stop bragging about yourself……if you are looking for a nice, right woman for yourself, she ain’t coming to you without you putting some effort in it like paying for her dinner, making her feel special, etc. You sound very cheap to me!

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  52. I suggest you just keep on keeping on….stop looking so hard. If you keep looking like you appear to be, you are likely to find the wrong one. You will likely find the one that will be EVERYTHING you want until she gets a ring on her finger and then she will revert to type. Why not just be a quiet, humble guy who doesn’t flash a lot of his success and enjoy a very low key life where you are more likely to attract someone not looking for easy street. If they don’t know you are worth a lot more, you are less likely to get burned. 24 is relatively young. Take your time.

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  53. The one comment earlier…. is a seriously messed up response.
    ‘Most people buy cars that are more than their yearly income ‘
    SMH
    You must make very little or are a ‘keep up with the Jones type’ need the newest and top line.
    My suv when I bought it brand new was $46,000, leather loaded and more than enough for our family…. And I make a lot more than that. My fiancee’s vehicles (both together) brand new don’t equal his yearly income.
    Materialism is insane in this whole post.

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  54. Lori Sharpe Lori Sharpe says:

    So if you think relationships should naturally happen, then don’t go on dates where there are already expectations. Maybe just meet people through the things you do for fun, and it will just happen.
    And if you do ask someone out on a date, pay for their dinner or drinks.

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  55. Katy Yorke Katy Yorke says:

    You’re still just a young guy. You may FEEL older because of your successes thus far, but your brain is actually still developing. Don’t be in a rush, hunny. It sounds like the woman you need won’t be ready for what you are looking for until she is about 30. That’s ok. Until then, have fun! Enjoy your successes and perhaps loosen the grip on the wallet when talking out a gal. It’s truly gallant. When you die, nothing goes with you but what you had in your heart. ♥️ Good luck to you, sweetheart.

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  56. Jeff Vanasse Jeff Vanasse says:

    You are either a troll or a douchbag. So if you are 24 and went to college and university at 18, out of the last 6 years, 4 would have been spent broke as a college student. Sure maybe you got lucky and had a high paying job each summer but that’s only 4 months. That’s barely covered 8 months of school and living expenses. There is no way you have 2 properties and drive a 100g car if your salary for the last 2 years was 100g a year. Either that or you got everything paid by mommy and daddy

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    • Jeff Vanasse Jeff Vanasse says:

      Part time Lol? But yet can afford all those things

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    • Jeff Vanasse Jeff Vanasse says:

      4 years of university will set you back at least 80g on the low side if you factor tuition, books, rent, food, car expenses, I would like to know how much is his insurance on a 100g car at 24 lol. I feel rape paying 1300 for a 45g truck and I am 40.

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    • I was thinking the math here was really off as well. 4.5 years university/college and 5 years work experience? Idk how that works unless the 5 years work experience was all par time, which does not equal 5 years.

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  57. Cindy Dato Cindy Dato says:

    Stop looking! Their are plenty of fish in the sea. Don’t worry so much, your young and have your life ahead of you.

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  58. Wish I could have a conversation with you. So much to learn young jedi…

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  59. Rob Kovacs Rob Kovacs says:

    100k a year shit I like that in less then 3 months a year! Lmao but sorry lady’s I am married to the most down to earth non materialistic woman. Who would love me even if we lived is a airsteam! Why are people so worried about money now a days. When you fall on love it’s not for what they have it’s who they are and how they treat you. It’s 20 year for us this Dec and I can’t wait for the next 30 years when I die my only wife will be holding my hand as I fade away to heaven. That’s true love.

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  60. Cat May Cat May says:

    You aren’t great at math clearly. At 22ish you would have finished that degree and the 5 years in the patch plus a trade??? Sounds like you have commitment issues.

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  61. Oh and also, stop watching so much porn. It will help you actually tell the difference between the nice girls and the ones you seem to be dating. Once you can see straight it’s really easy to tell right away who is worth your time and who isn’t.

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  62. Tina Duncan Tina Duncan says:

    Story of my life pretty much

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  63. Sue Kidd Sue Kidd says:

    That’s lovely Rob Kovacs! You both are very lucky to have each other! I’m happy to hear this!

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  64. Sue Kidd Sue Kidd says:

    Absolutely agree with you Valerie Cooper!

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  65. Lakon Stark Lakon Stark says:

    You have nothing to offer.

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  66. start with who you are not what you are would be my first recommendation.

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  67. Im going to go easy on you because I think you’re just not in tune with yourself and lack emotional and social maturity. It’s a growth that not everyone has tapped into. You think because you make 100 grand and have 2 properties that you’re entitled to something?

    Women would pick a guy who worked at McDonald’s, ugly AF with 10 baby mommas if he knew how to kill pu$$y , be romantic, give a good massage, carry himself with confidence,take the garbage out without asking, fix shit around the house and carry a nice meaningful conversation. A humbled person. Someone who will pick you up when you’re down, someone to lean on, and accepting caring person. You seem to think that you are better than others and you don’t have to put in any work because you have a degree. You seem to look down on people. A good education, job and possessions won’t keep you warm at night or make you soup when you’re sick or comfort you after a long day.

    If you want to attract a strong independent woman, then you have to do the things they want to get thier interest. Strong independent women are not sitting around praying for a man with money and possessions to to rescue them. So if she’s going to bother with a man at all she’ll need to be “chased” or pursued and courted. Many strong independent women make 100K , have more than one car and their own business not to mention their own property and don’t need or want any of that from you.
    You attract what you put out there , if you’re only attracting thirsty raggedy women then that’s the bait you’re dangling.

    This is not a them problem , it’s a you problem . You are the common denominator here.

    From your second paragraph all I read is “ I’m closed off emotionally and I have all of the answers. “ Even if there was something in you that needed improvement you wouldn’t be open to hearing it anyway.

    You’re not ready for a serious relationship and lack the understanding of what love, relationships and being a good partner are about. Please figure it out sooner than later, so you don’t end up 80 years old lonely and depressed surrounded with all your money and properties.

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  68. It’s just old fashioned respect, manners and courting. Even if you pay for my dinner that doesn’t mean I owe you anything ???? Since when does dinner mean I have to give you anything ? We’re getting to know each other because you’re interested in me are you not ?

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  69. I have a car it cost $102,457.56.

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  70. Rob Kovacs Rob Kovacs says:

    Thanks Sue Kidd we have both been though alot. I wouldn’t have it any other way. My wife and are 41 and 42 and have 3 adult brats that are 22, 22 and 19. My wife is not only my wife she is my best friend who is out in the shop working on my race car with me and I am in her salon helping color her hair… lol I wish that ever person in this world had the relationship we have because it amazing!

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    • Marie says:

      Tah Dahhh !! Rob Kovacs! And that’s what genuine ‘love’ relationships are all about.!
      I think master OP needs to rub his eyes and open them wide.
      You and yours – obviously young when you met… raised a family… rolled with the blows & punches and look forward to the next 30+ years with and beside one another ALL THE WAY!!!
      Cheers!
      Love it 😉

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  71. Maybe you brag too much. You need to be not so desperate .

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  72. Pm me! I’ll tell u how it should be and how u should treat people to get what ur looking for

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  73. Evan Marcoff Evan Marcoff says:

    Because you sound like a typical douche. Sorry bro

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  74. Your too fukkin complicated. I got a headache just from the post ffs lmao

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  75. Julia Bryce Julia Bryce says:

    you say you are quiet about various things unless specificly asked, yet one of the first things in your post was your offer to blurt out what you make, the cost of your car, etc. seriously!

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  76. You should visit a south East Asian country and be admired for your umm..westernese flair

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  77. Sly Beaudry Sly Beaudry says:

    To be honest, guys like this are why the dating world is so rough. For those of us who actually have a great personality, are chivalrous and just an overall decent guy, it’s become difficult because most girls just assume we are putting on a face, and lying about who we are. Damn, looks like I just put on a For Sale sign on myself LOL

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  78. Amanda Kamps Amanda Kamps says:

    It doesn’t mean you owe anyone anything. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t people that think that.
    What I’m trying to say is that there are multiple people who think it’s a sign of respect for a guy to buy a woman dinner on the first date. But is there an expectation for women to show anything? Respect or otherwise? I get it, but I also kind of don’t.
    If a guy insisted I’m not going to fight him on it, but if I am up for a second date I would say I’m paying that time around. Respect?

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  79. Perhaps this might be made up… a scam of some kind. That’s my first thought.

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  80. Marie says:

    First off… sounds like you have an awful lot of extremely-self-disciplined credentials solidly-packed into your still tender life of 24 years!
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    Sounds like you must have graduated/aced high-school at say 14 years of age? Is that correct?

    Let’s see;
    Graduated high-school @ 14 yrs + 4.5 yrs (univ/college) = 18.5 yrs + 5yrs oilpatch = 23.5 yrs + time to purchase 2 props (I’d say one could manage to do that in 1 yr) = 24.5 yrs old …
    Hmmm… and in classes now towards your electrician ticket… ?

    How on earth could ya find the time to date anyone anyway at your high-speed of accomplishments? Hmumh? High speed… or are you on speed? [chuckle-chuckle]
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    Nice piece you wrote (below);
    ’I’ve believed love should be something that happens naturally and shouldn’t be forced; if it’s meant to be then it should just comfortably happen on both sides.’
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    In any regard, to whatever is what, whatever is real in your world – People in general simply need to take their time in finding ‘their certain someone’ (that certain someone who fits) and then allow … allow enough breathing time for such relationship to grow. The writing will be on the wall for both.
    It all takes time – and it sounds as though you don’t have the time – to allow for the time it all should take.
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    Never mind those young broads of today with their hormones a-blazing and digits a-tapping … those busy-body girls of today are pretty much screwed up anyway. 😉

    And so – – – Who’s pushing you to _ _ _ ? whatever?

    In the meantime … just keep working!

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  81. Debbie Ryder Debbie Ryder says:

    One thing I really hate is people letting everyone on earth know how much they make, the price they paid for their car/s etc. Maybe you are too wrapped up in yourself to get to know someone else. You sound to me like you think way too much of yourself . I call bullshit on 90% of what you said.

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  82. Megan Rowena Megan Rowena says:

    He asked for it I suppose. Some of you lovely ladies are harsh.

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  83. Masu Sand Masu Sand says:

    I will never forget my english collegue, a young man who invited me for dinner (not as a friend) and then he was expecting me to split the total price in half at the end lol…he was unlucky in love life too and never understood why perhaps :)))))) the one and only guy ..and he was also in oil industry just like me. My local simple friends were paying my taxi fee to take me back home…and then you realize how cheap this english man is. Just venting lol I dont know you and maybe you are nice hahah

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  84. You started college at age 14 or 15? Or went to college while working in the oilfield?

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  85. Lol your gonna be single forever….

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  86. U sound cheap & shallow to me.

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  87. If you are leading your dating life by tooting your own horn then yup your not going to do well your income is not that insanely high. Try just being a nice person instead of leading with your income.

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  88. U started this post bragging about urself and ur accomplishments. Really? Just because u make money doesn’t mean u have a good personality. Yes some women are shallow and want ur money etc etc. But the other ones won’t stick around if u don’t have a personality…can’t make them laugh….or if u have nothing in common.
    Try e-harmony

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  89. Lacey Jane Lacey Jane says:

    You sound like my ex and he was a complete asshole. How about being humble and well rounded with a sense of humour? That may help. Someone who defines them self the way you do, I would assume conceited.

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  90. Robyn Jewell Robyn Jewell says:

    Not a single girl in here is like yep this guys for me . Mate it’s you. You’re a douchbag , that’s why you are single . Take your 100k a year and buy a wife .

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  91. Lol..just by this letter it is easy to see why no one wants anything to do with you.

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  92. Better get a mail order bride if you want a slave to you. Canadian Women don’t need men like you

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