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What is the difference between involvement and commitment?  

 

The Hog
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27/10/2020 3:09 am  

Chatting with a good friend the other day and he came up with this beautiful piece of wisdom:

In a relationship, what is the difference between involvement and commitment?

He likened it to a plate of bacon and eggs....

  • The hen is involved but the pig is committed.

 

I think that sums up relationshits perfectly....

Had a feminist loudly declare her superiority because women can multi task. Told her to "Shut up and fuck off" but she couldn't do either!


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Don Keyknob
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27/10/2020 10:34 pm  

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That... is golden wisdom, Hog.

Keep hold of THAT friend...he knows his stuff!!!

 


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Xanthine
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28/10/2020 3:34 pm  

Wow, that is actually very profound. Sounds like a simple observation, but it describes the calamity of modern relationships perfectly.

The problem today is, women get *involved* with many men, but never commit to any of them. Men get committed to women who are merely involved with them, and they lose everything...their house, their car, the children, families, and even their lives.

Let's just face it: there *is* no commitment from women anymore. So you can either commit yourself, and lose, or never commit, and maybe avoid having your life get ruined. Hell, even getting involved with them is getting too dangerous these days, and most of the time the payout isn't worth it.

Anyway...great topic Hog! This one will stick with me.


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Old Buck
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30/10/2020 12:56 am  

Some toast and coffee would solve that problem!

 

Do NOT chase tail. Turn yours around and live FREE!


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