Johnnyhotsauce said... he's a city guy and I'm a country boy, he wants to cook and such I wanna work on cars, he's way more fem than me...actually sounds like my husband.
you don't need someone to hold your hand while you work on the car. Watch the youtube video and do it your self. Let him do other things he as a liking for.
I dated a guy the same profession as myself. We got into as many if not more arguments. For me relationship bliss didn't depend on common ground. So my current partner is way different, more fem. I like doing a few of his activities and he will do some of mine but we don't feel like we have stick it out together 100%.
I got my straight bros to hang out with for cars and he has his hag girl friends for the theater dinner dates.
your a fool to discount the "unquestionable loyalty". That my friend is sooo difficult to find.
i guess i am ignoring the real jock drama above
best wishes / luck.
Finally, that's where I'm having the hardest part, that unquestionable loyalty is no joke, it's one of the biggest reasons I'm asking thi sort of questions, I haven't been out a long time, I definitely haven't dated much, only one other relationship, it's kind of impossible for me to know what to do without any real experience :/. Sorry bout that drama, not used to being blindly attacked.
Anyone that would base a relationship in its entirety on proper grammar and spelling might also be a fool. A big part of this is ill be taking a job in late February-March that will prolly have me traveling most likely to the Middle East for 8-9 months, at a time. It's really almost like we're family, I'm beginning to think staying is unfair just based on the logistics of it, sure, I know ppl do it, but that sounds pretty horrible really. I think I'm coming to my reality. It's so damn easy to just stay put tho
I hope we can stay friends or at least not hate each other after all this