Men Who Become a Woman's Phantom Instead of Fantasy

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Men Who Become  a Woman's Phantom Instead of Fantasy

It's New York City and Times Square beckons. I know that "real New Yorkers" can have a way of disdaining that several square block space as being too full of tourists, too crowded even for a native, too crazy and chaotic - but I like it. It's daytime bright even at night in a somehow more authentic spectacle than its brother, Las Vegas. Now THAT'S "touristy."

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Phantom

Wow! This is a killer post. I can see this happening in front of me with some people I know.
I never knew what the storyline of the Phantom was. But great lessons drawn out of this. It's something I have been guilty of myself, over fathering, however in those instances it was invited by immature women that appeal to that instinct (through their girlish nature). Really interesting. Thanks!