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Where are all the nice girls?

The ones that have a job…know what they want…are willing to actually share in a life rather than sit there and complain of what they don’t have…what you’re not doing….willing to be an actual participant in real life…

My son has been on dating sites and seems to only find hard luck stories…bad life traumas…crappy ex….while all theses are every day life happenings surely there are some that have risen above these trials and proven life has are them stronger….the rise above an make them. Better….where are you?

Am looking for that nice girl…willing to share a life with my son.

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  1. Laura Hunt Laura Hunt says:

    Well…you know what they say about the Law of Attraction

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  2. 1st stay away from online dating

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  3. Dating sites are filled with single moms from broken lives. Or young girls looking for a one night fling. Many men deal with ladies trying to scam them for money in exchange for other things. However there are legit good women on there. They may not be someone he would typically swipe for but he just needs to be patient and develop a screening method. It is adorable that you are looking for your son though.

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    • So single moms are no legit women ? I am a Single mom, and I am a good women I don’t need anything from anyone. I have a good life with a good job. Why would you classified single moms like something less ??

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    • Lisa Whelan Lisa Whelan says:

      “Single moms from broken lives”.. isnt the same as a ‘single mom’ so maybe put your offended card away, before you hurt yourself. Lol

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    • Lisa Whelan Lisa Whelan says:

      “Single moms from broken lives”.. isnt the same as a ‘single mom’ so maybe put your offended card away, before you hurt yourself. Lol

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    • I wasn’t implying single moms are anything less. Just pointing out that single moms are on dating sites bc their lives (married or otherwise) were broken in someway. I’m a single mom with a broken past but I work my ass off for my kids. If this mother wants her son to find a “nice” girl he will have to accept that in a lot of cases…it will come with kids. Yeesh. I forget how feral some people are online.

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    • Actually no. That’s just a stereotype. Not all single moms are hard done by regardless of their lives were awful or not. Brings a single mom takes strength hard work,independence and imperfections. A single mother wants a grown man not a boy pretending to be one. The insight, loyalty and beauty that’s within a mom.

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    • Yes but we gained that strength from breaking something. The mother said the women he found had stories. We all do. And most of us are better for it. Maybe I’m missing something but all the single mothers I know had to stand up and break something in order to stand up for their kids.

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    • It didn’t have to be horrible but it is a story none the less

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    • Standing up for their kids etc does not equal breaking something. Everyone has a story, but do not project your perceived failures onto others and determine they come from broken lives. They have a story, they have a past, but that does not mean it is broken or that they are less than a good woman. You claim you didn’t mean That, but have reiterated several times they have broken lives implying just that.

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    • It does though. I broke up my marriage for my kids. Does that mean I am broken, no. But this woman feels that it does. Quit picking apart my words and projecting your sanctimonious negativity on to me. I own my past. I don’t paint over with pink flowers. I am proud bc of my story and every woman should be.

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    • Mel Simpson Mel Simpson says:

      I’m sorry Broken lives is definitely NOT what I’d call it ….more like a single mom with life experiences! Im not broken. I don’t need a man to repair me. You make us sound like a horrible bunch to wanna date …all broken.

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    • I am a single mom and my past is not broken at all. Failed relationships are a totally normal part of life. Not all of us have drama and baggage.

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    • Yikes. It is not me making y’all look bad. Spazzing out over your inability to see my point and creating your own interpretation of my words is your problem. If you want to call it life experience have at it. You’re just saying the same thing as I am with a different phrase. If “broken” is such an offensive word then paint it whatever way you want.

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    • guys. she’s crazy enough to call the OP sweet for injecting herself into her son’s dating life and demeaning all the women he’s been with while not acknowledging he’s likely an imperfect mess too. They are an interesting pair as both are clearly separated from reality. Don’t bother arguing with that.

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    • Lol I’m just eating chicken and enjoying myself at this point. I have a son and of course I’d like him to find a nice girl. This mother might be a senior. You don’t know her story or mine. This is entertaining now. All you angry women. Lol

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    • so seniors are allowed to be overbearing mothers? god help your poor son’s future wife.

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    • For every single mom out there, there is the guy who got her pregnant. Just saying….

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  4. Erin Saville Erin Saville says:

    All the “good” girls are sick of mind games by guys and so are difficult to come across as many have given up and are looking elsewhere for romantic partners. In my experience anyway and knowing some of the utter garbage my single friends have dealt with in town with dating. They can’t be bothered with the games anymore so are trying other avenues

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  5. The paid dating sites (match and etc ) are much better then tinder , plenty of fish etc . Also there is other options ( speed dating ) . Good luck to your son !

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  6. Maja Black Maja Black says:

    All the good girls want a guy whose mommy stays out of his business

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  7. Karen Mack Karen Mack says:

    got snapped up early, now has become hardened by what has happened to her so early in life and is more wary now like a deer that has lived to second hunting season….they are there, you have to get past the bitch first.

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  8. I met my fiance the old fashioned way in person through work. Maybe try the old ways.

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  9. Wow I definitely wouldn’t want to date someone whose mother posts like this. If he can’t do this or speak for himself chances are you are a meddling mother and they don’t want a monster in law. Lots of women go through things out of their control. Doesn’t mean they can’t be nice girls.

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  10. The good girls are living their lives rather than wasting time on the online dating sites where it’s they same guys every. Single. Time. And they all play games. You meet someone when you least expect it. So perhaps let your son do just that. ✌

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    • Erin Saville Erin Saville says:

      THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS I always always always tell people that the perfect person happens to fall into place when you aren’t trying and sometimes they are also under your nose the whole time! Could be an old friend from childhood you never looked at twice cuz of your history. My husband is not a guy I would have ever seen myself with and he definitely “wasn’t my type”. Weirdly we met when I was 15 (met online too!) and he wasn’t my type as he was very wild and I was quite a good girl but then tables turned later in life and we crossed paths again and it happened. You never know when it can happen!

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    • Yup! My roommates set me up and it was a long term relationship, first night we met. Here I am thinking “any girl with him is lucky” and I got lucky (relationship wise). It ended. Went out for my birthday and ended up with a guy I’d never look at twice beforehand. It just happens. Stop looking and chances are you’ll find someone. Honestly, online dating is a waste of time in my opinion. Never worked out for me and probably never will. I prefer the old fashion way

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    • in an argument for internet dating – I found my husband on PoF and he is the BEST human being I know. Every single guy that ever did something shady [ONE HID THAT HE WAS MARRIED. what even.] I met in person. every one. 90% of the men I ever met online were good, solid guys. just not for me.
      however- for this poster- no sane woman would get involved witha man who’s mother would post something like this. because this is her trying to be “helpful” so god help them when she decided she wants to put up a fight about something.

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  11. In my opinion this is a turn off for me. It shows hes still a boy if the mother is doing the searching for him…what makes him stand to women, since its resorted to u looking for him? …no every women out in the world is what u posted of, im 28 no kids, graduated gr 12 at ahe 17. Been on my own since. Did my schooling in trades. Been in mining 8 years. I went thru shit in life that made me stronger but u dont see me whining bout it to my parent as she was single mother raised me to be strong & work for what i want/have… i been single almost my adult bc of me chasing my goals. I worked as a HEO last 7 years just finished pipeline program now im in a another program to be trained as a Mill/ Process Operator. My mom doesn’t post or nag me im single she rather encourage me to chase my goals then a relationship…maybe hes not found someone becuz hes not a man yet to stand out, also speak for himself… Patience is a Virtue…be dont go judging other women when u havent walked a mile in there shoes to know. 🙂

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  12. Let your son sort it out for himself.

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  13. Tom Cooke Tom Cooke says:

    It’s probably not related to his mommy going online to find answers.

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  14. Briana Epp Briana Epp says:

    As being a single woman who has tried online dating, there are just as many loser guys out there who have a ton of baggage. Its this generation i believe. Often things work out when you aren’t looking. Maybe tell your son to focus on himself and enjoy being single? Relationships can be overrated. My mom has grandpups instead of kids. I’m totally ok with this lol.

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  15. Cori Duhamel Cori Duhamel says:

    We’re strong independent women that choose if we want a partner or not. Not every woman feels lonely without someone.

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  16. Roy Royea Roy Royea says:

    omg mommy lil boy cant get a girl maybe the problem is him or maybe nice girls are hard to find 1 that wants to contribute vs take n take some more its sad our world has become a what can i get mentality in the mean time mommy should tend her life leave lil Johnny to grow up n figure it out

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  17. Church and women of faith…not that they arent broken but a good moral foundation And learning to volunteer etc …makes a difference. And dont go all crazy im full aware that churches are hosiptals, yes they are full of sick people but at least they have a community to support them.

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  18. Did he ask you to post this? If

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  19. If he did shame on him if Not, shame on you.

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  20. You never mentioned your son’s age

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  21. Probably should build his own life and stop looking. Some times when your not looking , you get what it is you need. He needs to be happy alone and having the life he wants for him with him till she comes along.

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  22. Tell your son to stop searching out “perfect 10’s”. Too many guys think they can only date model worth girls, and the pool of those is small. If they would open their mind to someone a few years older, is good looking but not perfect, and has high morals….they would find a great wife!

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  23. They sure aren’t in Edmonton, all the good ones are taken and the rest are gold digging bitches.

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  24. If your injecting yourself in his dating life I would run fast away from him as I can only imagine how much you would interject yourself into the relationship afterwords, mother law from hell no thanks.

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  25. Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

    Lots of dating sites are just looking for a lay….. you don’t get to actually know the person first. My recommendation is he starts going to different classes and what not. That way he can meet people with the same interests….. smart woman don’t go through dating sites.

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  26. Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

    How do you guys know it’s the mother? What if it’s the father? You can’t assume gender.

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  27. All I hear when I read this was , “HOWARD……”

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  28. I don’t know if this “mom” will read all this… but… in life we’re given what we can handle… and when seeking a relationship, u attract the level u’re on. Maybe your son keeps attracting these women because there’s something life is teaching him but he keeps missing the lesson therefore keeps choosing the same women. Perhaps what he fears “these women” is what he attracts as well cause that’s where his focus is. If he really wants someone with all the “stuff” you mentioned up there… he needs to meditate on this and visualise it and last but not least work on himself to be ready for that good woman when she does arrive in his life. Applauding the mother for looking out for his son.

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  29. Kathleen Rae Kathleen Rae says:

    Is your son a mommy’s boy who clings to his mother’s apron strings that she has to post about his love life…..creepy.

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  30. Shawna Perez Shawna Perez says:

    The same is true about the guys! However, it is very disheartening for me to see young girls with their beavers shaved and pants on so tight you can see the outline of the labia perfectly. Then a lot of them have fake tits, fake hair, fake eyelashes, fake nails. They look like a Kartrashian on crack. Worse, the boys don’t seem to want a woman who doesn’t look like that so really, it’s a catch 22. Guys, pull up your pants; girls, cover yourselves up and both of you learn to speak like your brains work!

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    • You need to learn to mind your own business. Not your body- not your business.

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    • Perhaps you should mind you business. This isn’t little house on the prairie where the girls have to cover themselves up. Better yet how do you know their beavers are shaved? Have ya looked? Your an ignorant person. You really need a job so you have something to stay occupied.

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    • The fact that she called it a “beaver” instead of vulva says a lot.

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    • as a woman who always has and always will dress modestly – shut up. Seriously. If it isn’t your hooha or it didn’t come out of your hooha its really not up to you. Bodies are not something to be ashamed of. Quit trying to make other women feel bad about your insecurities.

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    • Kathi Francis do you remember the 80s? “girls these days” are just like girls every other days. Just that now you;re old and crotchety about it, you’ve turned into your grandparents. good job.

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    • Shawna Perez Shawna Perez says:

      Dianne Machado, these girls are so trashy that the whole point of wearing such tight pants, made with thin material, is to see everything, They know what they are flashing. It’s disgusting.

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    • Shawna Perez Shawna Perez says:

      Sharie Amanda Sharie Amanda, the “beaver” is a slang reference to public hair. The “vulva” consists of more than that outer labia and you can’t easily see the vaginal opening, or most of the labia minora or clitoris through tight pants, although some girls come close. You can only really see the outer labia, commonly known just as “labia”, from a frontal viewpoint. You should go back to school. I am sure your daughter is going to want to know what her girl parts are, and unless you want some bus boy to teach her before continuing the cycle of being a single parent, you should learn yourself.

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  31. Amanda Mae Amanda Mae says:

    I wish I couldn’t relate to a WAY too involved MIL.
    For the sake of any woman who ends up with him… BUTT OUT LADY. Trust me, you’re gonna scare the good ones off long before he has a chance to.

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  32. Is your son named Norman?

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  33. Maybe you raised your son to be a mama’s boy who doesn’t want to deal with other people’s life problems. – an engaged “nice girl” graduating with a science degree working part time as a kitchen cook.

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  34. It depends. A lot of guys want the “perfect” package. A tall slim blonde who has a 100k a year job, a bmw and a house in the hamptons, or a woman who is petite, from an Asian country and is submissive to his needs. (Sadly what my brother wants and he finds himself perpetually Singtel)

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  35. MOMMY FIND ME A GIRLFRIEND WAHH WAHH

    shit no one wants your son he’s still attached to the fucking nipple. No wonder he’s having issues!!!

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  36. t AAA karaoke fri n sat night. ALL are good ones

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  37. All you people bashing this mom for posting give your head a shake. Believe me mom knows best. Myself business person met the wrong girl. My mom told me the first time my now ex met my mom to run and run now. Well sold my business to please the ex. Anytime I was a work I was told I was on a fn holiday. After 14 years I apologized to my mom for not listening. Mom knows best.

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  38. Erin Saville Erin Saville says:

    This!! And depending on his age too he could be one of those guys who “plays the game” too. Just cuz he says “naw ma, I’m a good boy” doesn’t mean he ACTUALLY is.

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  39. Erin Saville exactly! I have 2 sons who I (believe) I raised extremely well, BUT I’d never be so naive as a mom to assume I know how they act around da ladies lol I’m lucky in that they both have wonderful women in their lives but I never assumed they were great at dating just because they were MY boys .

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  40. Sharon Swan Sharon Swan says:

    I understand what you are saying .. have same problem only with grandson ..says the same thing ..looking for a young lady with ambition ..

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  41. The right woman for him may happen to have kids or be divorced or have had a crappy childhood. He’s ruling out a significant population. Maybe he could try getting to know a woman before deciding she isn’t worth his time. Maybe he could be the one to restore some faith and trust of men from a woman that’s been hurt too many times.

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  42. BAHAHAHA… enough said

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