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Old 2007-08-02, 12:23   Link #81
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dating has been rough for me lately. the last guy i dated seemed perfect, until i realized that he had some ultra weird fetishes that he expected me to perform. ever since them, my friends tease me by sending me links to videos on youtube and other random pictures that somehow relate to the situation, lol
If your trying to avoid people with weird fetishes, I don't think talking about it on the internet is such a hot idea (just saying)
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Old 2007-08-03, 11:29   Link #82
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Well "FOME"..i noticed its been over a year since you started this thread..
i was woundering how things are still going dude?..
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Old 2007-08-03, 16:21   Link #83
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I've just left school recently. And I've never had a girlfriend. (So don't worry Renvi ).
Don't worry. I never had a girlfriend in high school either... because my parent didn't want me to have one: they're trouble >_> yeah right.
Anyway... at college I didn't have one either. At work the same. Actually I don't even bother looking for someone.
And now that I'm back to studying, it's still the same... except this time I'm starting to realize something and point is I don't think I'll ever get one.

And at my age I'd really look like a fool so I'd better let it go and focus on other plans.
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Old 2007-08-03, 16:31   Link #84
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Oh dang.... but do you mind? Heh but I'm glad to hear I'm not alone. You're parents say girls are trouble eh...? You're mum's a women right? (No offense).

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Well "FOME"..i noticed its been over a year since you started this thread..
i was woundering how things are still going dude?..
Woah really!? O_O
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Old 2007-08-04, 02:00   Link #85
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No, because anyone that thinks that you're "not in his/her league" don't deserve you, because no human is better than the other. Try to date someone that respects you.
While I do agree with you, I think the topic creator was just referring to how sometimes we all might feel inadequate in the face of someone who we think is out of our league.

Personally, that's why I really dislike it when people judge a book by its cover (though, I'm guilty of this sometimes XD).
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Old 2007-08-04, 04:21   Link #86
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Well "FOME"..i noticed its been over a year since you started this thread..
i was woundering how things are still going dude?..
Holy crap. I never thought I'd see this thread again.


Well, I've learned a lot from my first dating experience. No, we're not dating any more, as she's gone to a different school and the relationship wasn't strong enough to warrent staying together. It was a simple break up, no heart feelings or anything. She still stays in touch, and I'm glad I had a chance to get closer to her, however brief it was.

In retrospect, I think I had been too persistant with the romantic aspect, rather than the fun aspect. As everyone knows, things often get really different when you switch from being friends to being boyfriend/girlfriend. I kind of wish that it didn't change, that the friendly, lighthearted sentiments remained. It probably means we weren't particularly compatible, but I think I'll be more cautious in future endeavors. I'm going to take things slow from now on, let relationships blossom on their own.
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Old 2007-08-04, 05:33   Link #87
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Mate I'm sorry things didn't work out..but trust me
..This is something you'll look back on and say to yourself, I took the chance and it happened. I have so many friends who wish that they had the same courage you had to ask someone whom they felt was out of their league..so keep your head up..if she isn't the ONE..then she isn't...just keep on strutting bud..your still friends
so who knows..from my personal experience nothing is ever certain. I'm in your corner bud...so let the "FOME" spread....lol
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Old 2007-08-22, 01:27   Link #88
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lets all revive this forum. i would of posted something meaningful for advice but i have to reword it because well i got in trouble for the last thread i created.
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Old 2007-08-22, 09:37   Link #89
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Old 2007-08-22, 10:03   Link #90
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I think I'm out of my own league right now. I tend to advertise myself and I am a big flirt, but I seem to find myself attracted to girls who wont like me and have girls who I know I wouldn't like attracted to me. So I kind of just leave the whole relationships thing out there and try to ignore it. (Coincidentally all the girls who get crushes on me have larger sized cups... Eventually I figured this out and realized quite a few things about my soul mate.)
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Old 2007-08-23, 00:22   Link #91
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Honestly, I don't really think about relationships much anymore. I'd always rather improve my guitar or practice singing. Or maybe that's just how I've made myself to avoid worrying about relationships. In any case, there are plenty of opportunities in the near and distant future, so I'm not particularly concerned.
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Old 2007-09-12, 11:26   Link #92
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Earth Wyrm, there are probably lots of people like you. I'm also 20, and not actively pursuing anything. I think you were right when you believed that genuine relationships happen by themselves, and I think both of us haven't lived nearly long enough to falsify that. Trust me, just be open and concentrate on other things. The right one will come.
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Old 2007-09-12, 15:10   Link #93
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The right one will come.
Aww thats so sweet ^^
but good for you, SHE SAID YES!
but does anyone else think this is wrong, or agree!?
My dad won't let me have any bf's or hang out with guys out side of school untill i'm 20
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Old 2007-09-12, 15:32   Link #94
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Aww thats so sweet ^^
but good for you, SHE SAID YES!
but does anyone else think this is wrong, or agree!?
My dad won't let me have any bf's or hang out with guys out side of school untill i'm 20
That is alright. Relationships are costly and time consuming! Perhaps that is why I am still single at 22!
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Old 2007-09-12, 16:07   Link #95
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I can understand that.
I've never had a real girlfriend, other than a very poor (and short) relationship when I was 12 and an online thing which I don't beleive counts (not in my case, certainly.)

I've never made any effort to pursue a relationship with anyone - ever. I've always just kind of assumed that a genuine relationship would happen of its own accord eventually - but it never has, and sometimes I wonder how many years I can reasonably continue to just wait...
Up until recently it hasn't really bothered me - but now I'm at an age (20) where certain things will be expected of me in a relationship, and I don't think I'm ready to provide. I never got the 'practice sessions' that most people have in High School, so I think that when I do get into a relationship, it's going to be awkward both for me and my partner; I'm going to need someone special to put up with my naivety - which further puts me off pursuing anything; it's a cycle of sorts.
Well, I can relate to your experience very well. I'm also 20, almost 21, and the only experience I had was an online thing that ended up screwing my perception of relationships even more. It's somewhat embarrassing, of course, but to each their own, right? Personally, I don't think I'll ever get around to finding someone because, honestly, I'm a difficult guy to tackle - I have high hopes and expectations for a partner, I'm also full of idiosincrasies and what-not, so any woman planning on marrying me needs to have a big heart and an even-bigger patience

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Aww thats so sweet ^^
but good for you, SHE SAID YES!-
but does anyone else think this is wrong, or agree!?
My dad won't let me have any bf's or hang out with guys out side of school untill i'm 20
Look, I have young brothers, and I play the father role to them since theirs simply vanished and is nowhere to be found, so I understand your dad's feelings quite well. Maybe 20 is a bit too much, because I believe it's from 16 to 19-20 that you are the most free and can enjoy yourself the most. Having spent that entire term inside a dark room and typing on a keyboard, I can tell you that if you don't make good use of this time, you'll regret it. So I'd say have your fun in your own way, perhaps have a little relationship here and there... but don't get serious at such a young age.
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Old 2007-09-12, 17:33   Link #96
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Having spent that entire term inside a dark room and typing on a keyboard, I can tell you that if you don't make good use of this time, you'll regret it. So I'd say have your fun in your own way, perhaps have a little relationship here and there... but don't get serious at such a young age.
I can relate to you in this circumstance. Though I have never really had a relationship, per say, it is important to develop the need for a real relationship for when you are older. I note that people should not get so serious at a young age. The possibility that you will be with that person is relatively minimal at most. There was this girl at work that as soon as she turned 18, she met a guy and within three weeks was engaged.

You have a long life ahead of you, take your time.
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Old 2007-09-13, 00:29   Link #97
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That is alright. Relationships are costly and time consuming! Perhaps that is why I am still single at 22!
...so...i herd you liek mudkipz?
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Old 2007-09-13, 10:03   Link #98
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...so...i herd you liek mudkipz?
Who wouldn't like this ->
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I must be falling behind in slang or something! lol

I actually I like ->
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Old 2007-09-13, 10:07   Link #99
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What is this strange voodoo ritual you people call "dating"?
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Old 2007-09-13, 10:41   Link #100
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Who wouldn't like this ->
Spoiler for Mud:


I must be falling behind in slang or something! lol

I actually I like ->
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aww the mud kip looks cute ^^
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