Daniels I always imagined myself marrying my “equal” or what I perceived to be my equal.He had to have a college degree and he had to make a certain income.” “How come they don’t have great jobs or make a lot of money?” I quietly sat there listening, not missing any of my single days. ” After all, those things are pretty relative, so I was curious to learn what types of guys they were attracting and why they felt these men weren’t good enough.Time is a luxury for me these days, so I was grateful to get the opportunity to catch up with my girls.As usual, those ladies that were single lamented about their nonexistent relationship status. ” “Why do they all live with their mama or have multiple baby mamas?Strong hands come with his job description: He's an electrician. He seemed less inhibited and more fun than the professional men I typically dated.
After all, “the help” is not limited to doormen, maids, butlers, janitors or any other job that reminds her of “slavery” (her words, not mine).Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.However, the more I listened, the more questions formulated in my head. One friend said, “The doorman in my building asked me out on a date. Like I’d date ‘the help’.” Suddenly, I began to understand why some of these women were still single.“What’s wrong with the doorman?” I asked.“Uh, he’s a doorman,” she responded, as if the answer was obvious.