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But I also know that you can’t do that every night of the week, because, well, unless you have a trust fund and zero responsibilities, life doesn’t permit such things. That was a concept that none of them could really grasp. I’m usually fairly laid back and not much pisses me off ― except social injustices, of course.

This doesn’t mean he necessarily lives at home with mom and dad ― although he probably should considering the way he functions in the real world ― but that he just doesn’t have his life together.

You’ll know him from the nice suit (that his wife bought him for Christmas), the tan lines from the wedding ring that now resides in his breast pocket, and the sob story about the overbearing, under-caring burden he voluntarily shackled himself to umpteen years ago.

Ladies, if you’re on the singles scene long enough, you’ll undoubtedly attract the attention of a married man or two.

What’s worse is that most of the time these guys don’t even want to have their life together.

They’re content to be hanging out a bar on a Tuesday night, with zero ambition or desire to do anything to drink and get laid. Show me a cute wounded “tortured” artist and I will drop everything to save him. What I mean by this, is that a man child doesn't actually do anything at all, but is always saying they’re “planning” on doing something.

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