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WaydownSouth
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Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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Saw this meme and some similar floating on social media circles. Got me thinking. I know a few baws that need to ask for permission to play xbox for an hour. I mean how pathetic do you have to be? I work 40-60 hours a week. If I want to play golf, I say hey babe, I’m going play golf and thats that. If I want to pwn some noons on COD, I say hey babe, I’m going pwn some noobs. Can’t say I’m shocked. Part of the new Low T America


LoneStar23
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Hey babe, can I not wear my mask today?


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SpanishFortTiger
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Congrats


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BluegrassBelle
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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Saw this meme and some similar floating on social media circles.


What kind of cucks do you hang out with?


Sus-Scrofa
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
I know some guys who use that as a handy trick to get out of things.

The wife is in on the trick. Your married “baws” probably would rather not play video games with you.


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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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there anything more pathetic?


This thread


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UMRealist
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Men who say "pwn some noobs" are pretty pathetic. Not sure where it falls in the ranking though.


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InwardJim
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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is there anything more pathetic


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If I want to pwn some noons on COD, I say hey babe, I’m going pwn some noobs


SloaneRanger
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
I am calling BS on your assertion that you are married.


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WDE24
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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Men
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play xbox for an hour
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is there anything more pathetic?
not much


Patfic15
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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stout
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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is there anything more pathetic?



Probably dudes that get off on other dudes fricking their wife.


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GoHoGsGo06
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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I work 40-60 hours a week. If I want to play golf, I say hey babe, I’m going play golf and thats that.
my wife works this amount of hours and then comes home to second shift (mom duty). This would not be leverage in my house.


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Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
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Idk...I don't mind asking your wife to do stuff.


Especially when that means she has to watch a toddler for 6 hours straight. Not asking is a dick move.


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WaydownSouth
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Stratton Oakmont
Member since Nov 2018
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Haven’t played video games in a few weeks. Thats all the married baws do. Aren’t allowed to leave the house for a day


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AUsteriskPride
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Yeah, I mean it's crazy, who wants an actual functioning relationship?


tigergirl10
Member since Jul 2019
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Why would anyone man or woman need to get anyone’s permission to do anything or spend money they earned themselves? I don’t understand why men who work hard give their wives free reign of their money either.


Buck Dancer
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New Orleans
Member since Jan 2008
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
It’s a fine line, you have to set the line right off the bat that you aren’t going to put up with any frickboy shite.
But, you also have to make your wife think she has a win her demands.

But, when it comes
Down to it. I’m gettingwhat I want and may have to eat a little pussy. So it’s a win win


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Oilfieldbiology
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Member since Nov 2016
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Do you have kids?


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yellowfin
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re: Men who ask their wives for permission to do things, is there anything more pathetic?
Adults that play video games


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