Which of these "5 Types of Women Every Guy Should Date" Does He End-up Marrying?

@mythociate (15189)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 23, 2013 9:19am CST
A "Yahoo! Match"-article (through the AdFly-link below) claims that all men should date these five types of women---to give the men the experience necessary to do marriage right (I think that's the reason given by Dr. Gilda Carle who wrote Don't Bet on the Prince: How to Have the Man You Want by Betting on Yourself) Those five types are: 1) The older woman, 2) The woman who’s “just one of the guys,” 3) The free spirit, 4) The intellectual & 5) The seductress. The one whom the guy settles down with is ... well, definitely not (5) (who--Dr. Gilda says--is more like 'something guys need to get out of their system ... something to show guys that a relationship cannot go on if based purely on the physical. & probably not (1), as a matter of actuality (one of the main characteristics of 'spending our lives together' being that the lives are as-yet relatively unspent). I could be satisfied with a (2), (3) or (4); although the Free Spirited wife (3) might require more strength than I have (like taking care of a child, except that this one can 'up & leave' if she's not satisfied), and the 'one of the guys' wife (2) might get a little too friendly with one of the actual guys. So I think (4) is the SAFEST type to end-up with, while (2) is probably the BEST (though she requires a little work on the guy's part). http://adf.ly/PQnkP You agree? Or are the five types of women more like 'parts of EVERY woman's personality' which tha guy learns to "impute" into the woman whom he marries before she really decides to be any one 'type'?
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• United States
23 May 13
When I was looking for a wife all of these types came up, but I was trying to do something outside of the norm. I wanted someone who would be good in every way not only here but for the world to come, so I wanted a Christian wife, someone who will not lead me into temptations, someone who could get a prayer through, you cannot find this type on a chatline dating service or club, sometimes not even in church. GOD has to provide this type and Amen, praise GOD HE did.
@mythociate (15189)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
24 May 13
Where at? Lemme guess: where you work? 'love for co-workers'---that's a better interpretation of the Greek agape (which Christians call 'brotherly love,' which the KJV translates 'charity,' and which most "modern" translations call 'love.')
• United States
25 May 13
@mythociate actually someone who I meet online was interested in me but saw that I was sold out for Christ Jesus so she set me up with her Christian friend
@mythociate (15189)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
26 May 13
@jirexpress That's pure agape, man. Why doesn't anyone set me up