>Quit your job women aren't supposed to work, be my housewife and let me provide for you
>Ok I want to buy this list of videogames this list of manga this list of anime this list of fan products this computer and tablet which are gonna be mine btw you are not to touch or use them whatsoever these trips to these anime cons these books these tools etc
>Wtf I ain't buying you that shit
>Ok guess I won't quit my job
Why do men say they want to provide for a woman when they really don't?
I don't want any kind of permanent relationship, never did
But to tell the truth having a person completely depend on me and having control over their lives turns me on
I would like to take a girl in, use her for a while and then throw her away, I have been thinking bout this for a while
Are you saying you want a woman who's gotten plenty experience at sucking dick and has therefore mastered the skill of it, even though at the same time you claim to also want that same woman to be a pure untouched virgin?
Thanking him for declaring he wishes to use/abuse women and then throw them away like some old glove?
I don't believe that's something worth thanking. I want to be the one in control of my life.
>tfw all you want is to but the husband of a loving housewife and mother to your two children
>tfw it's almost impossible because of a multitude of reasons all adding up
On one hand I kind of wish I had been born 70 years ago, on the other hand I enjoy modern technology way too much.
What's so great about normal people?
I tryed to be one of them I I couldn't feel anything for any of them
They only tired me and bored me and expected tons of things out of me
I would rather be here were I can be myself
There's a difference between being a housewife and being a sugarbaby. That's a lot of expensive shit. If you want that stuff, you'd be better off finding a more non-traditional relationship where you work.
Having to constantly fight for promotions and shit to keep ahead of a working wife is probably obscenely annoying, women get super bitter when they're dating anyone that makes less money than them. Better to just have her not work at all so you don't have to put up with it/risk your marriage.
I would be willing to fund them, but I'm horribly poor, don't see that changing any time soon, and doubt I'd be able to fund both of our hobbies on a modern day income. Plus, I'm moderately clingy so I would probably end up getting in the way of your hobbies at least somewhat.
>work long hours at a creative dream job
>nobody asks about job except to ask if it even pays
>family gives shit for not preparing bf's lunch daily
>still expected to do all the housework and cooking
It's not fun but it's worthwhile. He's not getting a kid unless the world somehow magically changes though.
It's all rhetorical, but gives me something to do while eating.
I don't just suddenly up and buy myself lists of chickenshit consumer items so I'm sure as shit not going to do that for someone else that come to me with some asstarded demand that I buy them every goddamn thing they ever wanted right fucking now and that I also can't touch any of these items.
Provide for means basic necessities like a roof over your head, food on the table, a vehicle, and then you move on to reasonable spending of money for luxury items.
I would be much more interested in "providing" for a girl that downloads her super special only for her manga as pdfs so that we have money for new furniture or work on the house/car or even some fucking wine for both of us.
This. As a man who wants to provide for his future wife I want a girl who knows the value of things and knows that if I'm providing everything that means I have to final say as to how things are done. You have to be humble and thankful for the things you receive, not entitled and demanding like a petulant child. However, that means I won't force her to do anything; if it's an equal and loving relationship she should WANT to please me, as I want to please her.
Besides, if you have children you'll only not have a job when the child is young and can't attend school. It's important to raise them right in their early years rather than handing them off to a daycare everyday.