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Old 2009-10-22, 16:31   Link #2041
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Ya, 'cause that fatal kiss is all you need.

Props to anyone that got that.
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Old 2009-10-22, 18:07   Link #2042
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Ya, 'cause that fatal kiss is all you need.

Props to anyone that got that.
Fatal in more than one way, depending on the girl
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Old 2009-10-22, 18:16   Link #2043
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That's true.

Anyone get the reference yet? XD
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Old 2009-10-22, 18:39   Link #2044
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That's true.

Anyone get the reference yet? XD
"A View to a Kill?"

Until we DANCE into the fire
that fatal kiss,
is all we need...
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Old 2009-10-22, 20:07   Link #2045
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Does anyone here know Korean?

I'm trying to woo a little korean girl I like, and I'd prefer to do it in her first language, besides I've been meaning to learn it anyway :P

Went out shopping today to keep my mind off of being single, got a nice pea coat and some shirts, some nice new leather gloves. It's gonna be a good winter
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Old 2009-10-22, 20:54   Link #2046
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Ya ya, as classy as James bond. But, Ascaloth, you should not act like James, don't play with the girls' feelings
James Bond was totally not classy. He always came off as a womanizer to me. Maybe it was his cockiness that did it.

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Does anyone here know Korean?

I'm trying to woo a little korean girl I like, and I'd prefer to do it in her first language, besides I've been meaning to learn it anyway :P

Went out shopping today to keep my mind off of being single, got a nice pea coat and some shirts, some nice new leather gloves. It's gonna be a good winter
Is she a Korean from Korea? If not, prepare to be laughed at and potentially not taken seriously. So, being single is bothering you, huh? Care to share any thoughts?
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Old 2009-10-22, 20:56   Link #2047
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Does anyone here know Korean?

I'm trying to woo a little korean girl I like, and I'd prefer to do it in her first language, besides I've been meaning to learn it anyway :P

Went out shopping today to keep my mind off of being single, got a nice pea coat and some shirts, some nice new leather gloves. It's gonna be a good winter
All I have to say is, you might wanna be careful with doing that... you might end up being offensive to the person.

Myself being asian american can't stand people trying to talk to me in broken japanese or chinese, when I'm completely capable of speaking and understanding english.
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Old 2009-10-22, 21:01   Link #2048
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All I have to say is, you might wanna be careful with doing that... you might end up being offensive to the person.

Myself being asian american can't stand people trying to talk to me in broken japanese or chinese, when I'm completely capable of speaking and understanding english.
Her first language is Korean, she came to America only a couple of years ago, so she has some problems with English still, though it's not hard to talk to her or anything, she's picked it up very well there are still things she doesn't really get. I think the language is really nice and I plan on learning it either way, I figure if I can use it to make conversation with her and practice my accent I'll kill two birds with one stone!

I'll of course announce my attentions as well, I wouldn't just walk in and start speaking Korean unless it was amazingly perfect somehow :P
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Old 2009-10-22, 21:08   Link #2049
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Ya ya, as classy as James bond. But, Ascaloth, you should not act like James, don't play with the girls' feelings
Never....!!!

....is what I'd like to say, but who knows how a first heartbreak would change my outlook on relationships, if it ever comes.

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Does anyone here know Korean?

I'm trying to woo a little korean girl I like, and I'd prefer to do it in her first language, besides I've been meaning to learn it anyway :P
You'd come off as a poser if you try that. So yeah, just do it naturally as you are; no need to go to extraordinary lengths just to get a girl interested in you.

If you've been meaning to learn Korean anyway, get her to teach you. You'll come across to her as more genuine that way, it'll give you two more time to get closer, and you get free tuition. Win-win-win.

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Her first language is Korean, she came to America only a couple of years ago, so she has some problems with English still, though it's not hard to talk to her or anything, she's picked it up very well there are still things she doesn't really get. I think the language is really nice and I plan on learning it either way, I figure if I can use it to make conversation with her and practice my accent I'll kill two birds with one stone!

I'll of course announce my attentions as well, I wouldn't just walk in and start speaking Korean unless it was amazingly perfect somehow :P
Sounds just like my situation with my girl, actually.

Then that's easy; teach her how to use better English, and get her to teach you how to use better Korean. Win-win.
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Old 2009-10-22, 21:12   Link #2050
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....is what I'd like to say, but who knows how a first heartbreak would change my outlook on relationships, if it ever comes.
I wish you luck. First heartbreaks suck. Big time.
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Old 2009-10-22, 23:33   Link #2051
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"A View to a Kill?"

Until we DANCE into the fire
that fatal kiss,
is all we need...
Yup, that's the one!

I have yet to experiance heart break...
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Old 2009-10-22, 23:48   Link #2052
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I have yet to experiance heart break...
I wish you luck, too. It teaches you a lot, but it hurts like hell.
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Old 2009-10-22, 23:51   Link #2053
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Yup, that's the one!

I have yet to experiance heart break...
You're still young, it'll happen sooner or later
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Old 2009-10-23, 00:00   Link #2054
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I would like even the chance to experience love or heartbreak.

It's hard to feel either the positive or the negative when it is difficult to find people interested in you.
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Old 2009-10-23, 00:36   Link #2055
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Yup, even if its negative emotion, sometime just feel something is a whole lot better than a serene life of feeling nothing (which is why I can't understand monks).
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Old 2009-10-23, 02:43   Link #2056
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Hello Again.. Diff sort of Q This Time.

Okayy so I REALLY fancy this guy.. but he is so touchy with other girls. I am unsure if I should go for it or not. He is sweet and good looking but meh.. I dont know. He said he'd get with me but I dont know.
Observe the person.

Don't make any decisions of anything until observing a human completely.

Some humans are often deceitful, so acting without observing is never a good idea.

Cute =/= trust worthy (Observe)
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Old 2009-10-23, 03:15   Link #2057
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James Bond was totally not classy. He always came off as a womanizer to me. Maybe it was his cockiness that did it.
That was sarcasm from me =D I don't remember if it was here or not that I complained about James Bond, but yes, he's a womanizer who imo plays with the girls' feelings, but the girls are not that better. I dislike how the girls seem so easy in those stories.

Never really got the feeling of a real romance situation in the movies.

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Never....!!!

....is what I'd like to say, but who knows how a first heartbreak would change my outlook on relationships, if it ever comes.
[serious mode]

Mmmmh, I believe in something. Either I reach success or failure, either people are mean with me or not, even if somebody ever successes to stab me in the back ; I'll not change my principles and morals.

To fall to the jerks' level for one of the reasons exposed above seems showing how much a person is "weak" to me (sorry if some people feel insulted by what i say). Life is not a fairy tale, being a good person doesn't mean that you'll have a great life. If your values can change so easily when things don't go the way you want, then wonder if you ever had any trust in them.

[/seriousmode]

Beside that you're a kiss-stealer who's obsessed in pointing logical fallacies to people, you seem to be a nice guy. That would be a shame if you change that nice part of you

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You're still young, it'll happen sooner or later
False. A few people never experience that. They are the lucky ones
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Old 2009-10-23, 03:26   Link #2058
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That was sarcasm from me =D I don't remember if it was here or not that I complained about James Bond, but yes, he's a womanizer who imo plays with the girls' feelings, but the girls are not that better. I dislike how the girls seem so easy in those stories.

Never really got the feeling of a real romance situation in the movies.
Iibh, there are some movies were Bond doesn't really try to be a womanizer, like "Living Daylights" with Timothy Dalton. I think the one who gave the worst Bond impression was Roger Moore. I never liked him.....at all.....for the reasons you stated.

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False. A few people never experience that. They are the lucky ones
Chances of that are pretty low. Like you said, they're the lucky ones. People who never have heartbreaks are one person in 50, and I'm being optimistic here too.
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Old 2009-10-23, 03:56   Link #2059
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Iibh, there are some movies were Bond doesn't really try to be a womanizer, like "Living Daylights" with Timothy Dalton. I think the one who gave the worst Bond impression was Roger Moore. I never liked him.....at all.....for the reasons you stated.
Well, I only "like" the ones with Sean Connery, or Pierce Brosnan (but I prefer Sean))

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Chances of that are pretty low. Like you said, they're the lucky ones. People who never have heartbreaks are one person in 50, and I'm being optimistic here too.
I never said that there are a lot of people who find the right person right with their first GF/BF, I just said that it exists, and that even if a LOT of people don't have that chance, they can't disregard that (that makes only sound them bitter about what they failed)
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Old 2009-10-23, 04:04   Link #2060
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Well, I only "like" the ones with Sean Connery, or Pierce Brosnan (but I prefer Sean))
Brosnan was only good on Goldeneye (Xenia ). After that, he was a douche. Sean is a given though, I won't comment on him. Dalton's the best one imho tho.

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I never said that there are a lot of people who find the right person right with their first GF/BF, I just said that it exists, and that even if a LOT of people don't have that chance, they can't disregard that (that makes only sound them bitter about what they failed)
I wouldn't really see it as a failure. To me, it's more like a chance to grow and learn more about how to handle a relationship. Any good relationship is hard to break out of but you always gain something from it just as much as you lose something. I was speaking about this to an old friend last night actually. With my ex, for instance, it was really hard to break out of but I also realized through her some of my own previous mistakes and learned more about what makes for a healthier relationship, that being one of trust but also one where both sides can think things through on their own. I'm not saying this specifically should happen every time, but it's just an example of how one can learn from past heartbreaks and know how to deal with future relationships better.
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