Take up fishing, lots of time to yourself and an excuse to consistantly take small amounts of cash out for bait, equipment, food etc
Just make sure you don't come back smelling of fish
Lol. And I don't "lol" easily.
I have to say, there have been some interesting suggestions. Particularly intrigued by the cash-back approach. I must confess I've never noticed, but I assume that this doesn't show up as a separate transaction.
What I didn't see coming on a forum of this nature was self righteous high horsing. For Gods sake Quesadilla take a chill pill.
You pay women for the carnal use of their bodies. It could be argued that the very fact that you are willing to pay "forces" them to do it. Ergo, for those that become WGs out of desperation, you are the root cause.
I think it was Jesus who said "he who is without sin...."
When you get married you are in love, fuck at every opportunity, etc. Along come the kids and the available time to get it on disappears. Over the years, your passion also cools (unless she looks like Sofia Vergara). Your relationship becomes more like that of old friends instead of starstruck lovers. This is a natural progression. I married her because she is my Soulmate, in the sense that I'm more mentally and emotionally connected to her than anyone else. This is the person I want to sit across from in my easy chair and discuss things with when I'm too old to fuck.
However, my sexual needs are not being met, so I look for NSA fun elsewhere. Are you seriously suggesting that I throw this relationship in the bin for something as trivial as "sex".
Further more, with regard to your comments on honesty. It is my opinion that every SUCCESSFUL relationship is a compromise with a healthy dose of dishonesty. Personally, I don't see how a relationship based on absolutely and complete honesty would ever work:-
"Night honey, coming to bed?"
"No, I think I'll stay up and pull the head off it to some teen anal internet porn. I'll be up after I've wiped the screen down".
Quesadilla, I would guess that you are are in your 20's or very early 30's. Youth and independence afford you the luxury of seeing in black and white. It's not my intention to be patronising, but you will find as you get older that things are always shades of grey. Usually a lot more that 50.