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When is it OK to Just Give Up on Sex and Love?

Commented Mar 21, 2011 at 10:46:01 in Divorce

“I'm 39 and I hate to admit I'm really close to feeling this way. Where I live, in the country there just aren't many men around. The average guy isn't going to want to date someone who lives 1 hour away let alone 1/2 hour away. It's just too much to be bothered with. When I think about this I get really sad. I have several internet irons in the fire. I never did the whole meeting them in the grocery isle thing. To me, it's a total waste of time and energy to even try internet dating. Men online won't date a fat woman. If you're a proud fat woman who refuses to diet to get a man you're SOL. There are men out there who adore larger women but they usually live overseas or if they're in the US I find I'm not attracted to them. So what to do? I guess sign up for ballroom dancing lessons & buy a small dog.”

Theda on Mar 29, 2011 at 01:51:03

“It probably wouldn't hurt to lose a little weight---for your health, at least.”

obscurium on Mar 24, 2011 at 20:53:33

“I'm a fat chick who met a lovely man, via Myspace initially, 3 years ago. He lives about 90 minutes drive from me, I spend most weekends at his house, we talk on the phone every day and have plans to move in together when our youngest children have finished college. At 50 years of age, it's wonderful to have someone who loves and cares about me who I can spoil and take care of and not something I ever thought would happen when I got divorced. I had to stand on my own two feet after my divorce, recover some horrible financial messes my ex left behind, support a son on deployment in Iraq, a child in High School and all the stuff that goes along with being a single parent including health issues. I learned to let go, to be myself, to like myself and to love my life -simplistic? Maybe.
Point is, these lovely single people are out there. Yes, we're a bit scarred and drag some baggage around with us but if you're open to having fun and aren't in need of someone to rescue you or bitter about your life, things can develop rather nicely. And maybe Salsa lessons rather than ballroom dancing...”

jf12 on Mar 24, 2011 at 16:49:16

“"too much to be bothered", "total waste", "I'm not attracted". Maybe you should set your sights a little lower than Prince Charming.”
Why Remarry?

Why Remarry?

Commented Mar 21, 2011 at 10:12:19 in Divorce

“If you're a woman who's 39, divorced-he initiated it. That's a different story. I can certainly appreciate the fact that I can leave everything everywhere and NOT have to answer to anyone. But I also lack companionship. There's nothing like stretching your feet out & putting them on top or underneath another persons. Dating-is impossible. Either men want "friends with benefits" or they want to get married. I'm NOT in a hurry to marry another man who will try to dictate when and what I cook for him as well as complain about my stuff laying all over the house. I'm in the midst of trying to clean up the place enough to attract a roommate who will have their own bedroom plus split the bills. Now THAT would be the best of both worlds. I find things to keep me busy but coming home alone every night is well, lonely. I have my cat and she is deeply devoted. She's now taken over the other side of the bed, why not she's the only one who wants to do that! My ex does feel responsible for me and DOES still provide financial support when I request it. Maybe I have the best of both worlds? I'm also still able to attract men who want only bedroom privileges but I just don't find that to be something I want to do!”
Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Commented Nov 26, 2010 at 09:09:10 in Entertainment

“Nicole Richie also PUT ON WEIGHT.........................that doesn't seem to be anything that Miss Giuliana is willing to do.”
Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Commented Nov 26, 2010 at 08:57:35 in Entertainment

“Yeah I think that's pretty funny also. I just don't undeerstand it!!! I've never seen a human being with eyelids that large.”
Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Giuliana Rancic: I Was Angry At God After Miscarriage

Commented Nov 26, 2010 at 08:56:53 in Entertainment

“Oh really? What statistics do you have to back this up? You0 REALLY don't think they're going to adopt an actual "child" do you? No, if anything they'll try and get a lilly white infant who's just been popped out.”