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I'm sure I've never had a "relationship" of any kind, and I've lived nothing but a carefree life of excitement, adventure, thrills, etc., and more. Like for decades.
Chicks are lame lightweights, and nothing but useless dead weight or Debbie Downers when it comes to anything along these lines I care about. Can't imagine one being an actual asset and not a huge and pointless liability.
I mean, really, are you serious? This piece has got to be bogus pro-relationship hype. The couples I notice in the course of everyday life hardly resemble in the least what you're claiming. (More the opposite - think walking dead.) So put me down in the Extremely Incredulous category.
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