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Dear Poll: Would You Get Involved With Someone Who Is Known as a Bachelor?

George Clooney has always been known as a bachelor. While there is no denying his good looks, funny personality, and amazing talent, would you really want to date him? At first, that seems like a stupid question, but there are many men out there who live the same lifestyle as Mr. Clooney, so what I want to know is, would you want to date someone who is known by all his friends and family to be a lifetime bachelor, knowing that your days of dating him were numbered?


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Gia Gia 9 years
mrskrismendoza mrskrismendoza 9 years
No. Heartache sucks. :/
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 9 years
No, because I want the relationship to actually lead somewhere, like marriage.
anniechacha anniechacha 9 years
Not every relationship leads to marriage...nor should it. If he's someone you like to be with and you aren't expecting it to lead to more than go.....enjoy!!
LolaDub LolaDub 9 years
hmmm..maybe maybe not..then that depends on the person.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years boyfriend was one of them! He was known for being an ass to girls and never really had a relationship with anyone until he met me and fell in love :)
looseseal looseseal 9 years
Depends. I don't think all bachelors are the same kind of person. If he's a bachelor because he's very independent and likes his alone time, then we'd be on the same wavelength, because I'm the type that welcomes company sometimes but mostly just like doing my own thing by myself. If he's a bachelor because he likes to sleep with a different woman for every day of the week, or something like that, then there's no way it would work for me. It's probably kind of a weird dichotomy. I'm not interested in marriage or doing the typical "joined at the hip couple" thing with anyone, yet I refuse to get any level of "involved" with anyone without it being an exclusive, monogamous relationship. I'm just too wary of nasty diseases. The chances of finding someone who feels the exact same way is slim, I guess. But that's okay, it's to be expected.
lala788 lala788 9 years
I'll be fine to date someone who is known as a bachelor , sometime if you have a connection with someone and his funny and nice and easy to look at (like George) you be stupid not to date him.
MamaD MamaD 9 years
I definitely would get involved if the opportunity came up at the right time for me. Right after my divorce 21 years ago, I wasn't looking for a husband! I just wanted to have fun and not worry about any strings. I would have loved a guy who promised no drama just good times! I had a 3 year old son so no coming back to my place! It would have been great to just have the fun without the maintenance of a relationship!! Like a great friend with benefits.'Unfortunately, I met that guy once time had passed and I was ready to at least commit to relationship without marriage. When I met my current wonderful hubby in 1990, he knew he wanted to marry again but I wasn't so sure. he wound up pleading a very good case and we married in 1993. A guy like George would have been fabulous from 1986-1990!!!
chakra_healer chakra_healer 9 years
Yeah, whatever, I was an equal opportunity dater. Once dated a 50 year old guy, never married, highly educated, excellent job, sexy as hell, classy, fluent in like seven languages, sexy accent... they do not make guys like him anymore, which every woman knows, and that's why he is still single.
mlen mlen 9 years
as long as i was going into it just for fun then why not! if i were at a point in my life where i wasn't looking for a serious relationship then i would be fine with it. i mean, as marci said above- you never know what can become of it anyways! but if i knew i wanted a serious relationship at that point in time- i might try to shy away from the perpetual bachelor just so i didn't get my heart broken when he didn't change!
sugarsister sugarsister 9 years
not unless you live by the same rules
Fashion Fashion 9 years
Not if you're a bachelorette! xo
spazzydana spazzydana 9 years
I think bachelores is a nice way to say 'certified douchebag'
Eternity Eternity 9 years
guys are only bachelors until they find a woman that they fall in love with.
ayanaphil ayanaphil 9 years
I wouldn't mind it mainly because I'm not looking to get married.
princess_eab princess_eab 9 years
No-- if your end goal is marriage, then no. Otherwise, have at it if you're both on the same page. If some guy is as old as Clooney and making bets against getting married... well... I personally don't have the time nor strength to try to change anyone. It's hard enough being in a regular relationship-- imagine someone that wasn't into making ANY compromises for anyone, ever.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 9 years
I think any amount of time with George Clooney would be worth several months of heart break. But in more general terms, I think that we're all bachelors and bachelorettes until we find the right one.
AZ-Mary-Mary AZ-Mary-Mary 9 years
I would be really careful about it if I did. Been there before and let myself get really hurt. Sure isn't worth a heartbreak.
mrspiven mrspiven 9 years
why not? i consider myself a bachelorette... i've never been married, i don't see myself getting married any time soon, and i am ok with that.
RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 9 years
That would be dating for the sake of dating, right? I see no point. Clooney or not.
Marci Marci 9 years
That's exactly what I did! My fiance was a committed bachelor who had ZERO interest in getting into a relationship or getting married. BUT - I had no interest in getting into anything either, and so the expectations were nonexistant. I think the fact that neither of us was looking for anything allowed us to just be together without any pressure and just enjoy our time together. We got closer and closer until we realized we never wanted to be apart. But if I had ever pressured him about a future, he would've been gone in a flash. That was what happened with his multitudes of girlfriends before me. He said they were always trying to own him and never let things just move at their own pace; they were too busy trying to get him to commit; get the ring - which I didn't care one bit about. If you really want marriage etc., I say stay away from the bachelor because he isn't warm and fuzzy to everything that you want. It's very rare for them to change their feelings on that, and you have to genuinely be indifferent to wanting those things if you're going to be with one of these types.
totonlaura totonlaura 9 years
No never just a heart break waiting to happen..
Greggie Greggie 9 years
Depends on his reputation as a bachelor. Playboy bachelor, probably not. Just hasn't found the right person, probably.
cubadog cubadog 9 years
I said other just because the comments after the yes or no do not really apply to me. I am not looking to get married so I don't care if the guy I have been dating has been a bacholer.
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