You know the type who can quote the bible from Genesis to Revelation and every chapter in between. A man who is initially attractive because of his beliefs in a higher power, who is pretty well versed on explaining in laments terms how each of the writings in the bible apply to our daily lives, and how the good word provides the best examples of how we should live our lives.
This so-called man of God probably has a long standing history of attending church, more than likely the same place of worship as his parents. The most appealing part of this man is when he expresses his desires for marriage and raising a family. So why would I make such a statement? The problem with this type of man is that he is only a follower of all of the above when it is convenient. A convenient follower, a hypocrite. As I became older and wiser or so I think , I was able to determine what course in life I wanted and have a clear idea of what traits I wanted in a man.
Saying all of this, I knew that the type of person I would be interested in 1 had to at least be a believer, 2 not be too eccentric or the worshiper of some radical faith and 3 would need to accept me how I am. Okay, enough about that, now, on to the fake MOG. After my experience with the ex-boyfriend known as Jekyll, my first reaction hearing these things was RUN!!! Besides, I had just met this man and needed to see if his words and actions matched what his faith supposedly prescribed.
I gave him a chance, and soon found out that this was indeed a great man of God, whose actions were noble and he always had nothing but the best interest of others in mind. I finally got it right, and could relax and look forward to growing the relationship. He was religious alright, but only when it was convenient as he tried to manipulate me or guilt trip me into doing something because we were together and in love.
I figure these types of men are the ones I should never date because they share a common trait that is just straight up shitty. For instance, I found there are several specific areas where this type of hypocrisy is noted most often: Although I tell each and every one of these men at the onset that I am not a regular church attendee, I will expressed the desire to try something different in hopes that I might find one that I truly enjoyed.
So we normally treated Sundays like we would any other day, relax in our separate abodes or out and about somewhere. A glutton can be a person who overindulges in anything, and while there a few of these men who could down a few shots of Patron or Tequila like it was water, there were others who simply demanded too much of my time.
Whoever said you can never have enough of a good thing is a liar. Accountability — This is an interesting one, but again something these men all had in common.
They could never take responsibility for their actions more than half the time, was admitting when they were caught in a lie , and if by some small change they did admit something, the bible toting was in full effect. Because these men use the bible as a shield of armor for their fucks ups, I was expected to consider the biblical texts on forgiveness.
Sex — Each and EVERY one of these clowns were lovers of the word, the Lord and the sword until it came to smacking it up, flipping, rubbing it down, sucking, humping, tossing and slurping. You should not, however, be hypocritical, where you are constantly practicing the very sins your word is teaching you to avoid.