My answer to you is largely the same as my answer to her. If you don’t go out with him because you intimate that you’re “above” him on the dating food chain, it’s predictable that he might lash out at you. It’s not that he’s a few pounds overweight, it’s that he’s obese. Your choice of words, however, makes you come like a stiff snob.You may be technically correct that he’s not of your social station, but that’s of no concern to the man you’ve just insulted to his face. All of your examples are extreme, but not all men are extreme examples of anything. What I am saying – and what these men are inartfully suggesting as well – is that you don’t marry a list of traits. And if you never think outside the box, you may well find yourself standing alone at the end of the dance. Being viewed (judged) like that is the reason why many men will not even go near a woman who earns even a little bit more than he does.Before it was called Surface Doodler, the bait was called the Gurglehead.Why it changed from Gurglehead to Surface Doodler is a Mad Mouse was made by Trenton Manufacturing of Covington, Ky., and was a handsome wooden lure from the 1940s.I was at a speed dating event last night for the second time.Just like the first time, it was full of smart, pretty, successful women in their thirties and forties and men of similar ages with manual labor jobs (and a few running their own manual labor businesses) but no men of equivalent professional or educational status except for one doctor.This is the rarest and earliest style Turbulent Lure box that has a possibly wooden Turbulent lure inside.
They were made in the 30s and 40s in various configurations by O. Red and white is a common color for these baits, but Schaefer also made some colorful spotted finishes. Turbulent also made the penetrator and the Turbulent Surface.
The Bunty Darter had an unusual cutout face that almost looks like a flattened rhino's face.
Dating to the early teens these lures have no eye detail and are relatively simple in design and coloring.
Tooley Tackle also made specialty products such as tournament casting lines and custom rods.
The Surface Doodler was made by Trenton Manufacturing of Covington, kentucky. The metal wings gave it a to-and-fro plopping action that was a magnet for bass.