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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Haha, cool that you think that
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Aww, cool. We attract the same kind. So you do you
    Oh, I do do me, I do me good :sexface:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have to disagree with the comment about being confident and being popular. There are some people such as myself who are not "popular" but are extremely confident in oneself and know exactly what they are worth. I just think there is a misconception with popularity and confidence. And vice versa, there are some who put on "pretend confidence" and are extremely introvert when you REALLY get to know them.

    But i agree with the preference thing
    Do you think you are as likely to put yourself forward as a "popular" person? I don't mean confidence as in confidence in yourself; I am introverted, but confident.
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    Oh, I do do me, I do me good :sexface:
    Ayyy, good on you man!
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    They are more likely to be creepy.

    But then again, I am too despite being sociable
    Not complete loners, I guess I should have used the word introverted instead lel.

    Am sure ur not as creepy as some peeps on here m8 :lol:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    no i meant... sorry for assuming you are female. But i meant bromance time..allowing him to be a man and such with other fellow guy friends.
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    There aren't specific activities that a male must undergo in order to maintain their man-hood that themselves can only be done with other males.
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    Do you think you are as likely to put yourself forward as a "popular" person? I don't mean confidence as in confidence in yourself; I am introverted, but confident.
    No, being confident i oneself doesn't make me popular haha. I have a small circle So, no, i would put myself as an introvert .
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    (Original post by RainbowKiwi)
    Not complete loners, I guess I should have used the word introverted instead lel.

    Am sure ur not as creepy as some peeps on here m8 :lol:
    Well, I don't stalk girls or play with my fiddle stick after coming across a hot dp on tsr so yeah I guess
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    (Original post by PusE)
    I prefer a guy who is introverted and has no friends. I want to be his only friend.

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    I can't help but feel that that it selfish in nature.

    Why do you think that is?
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    There aren't specific activities that a male must undergo in order to maintain their man-hood that themselves can only be done with other males.
    Fair enough, but just for clarification i meant bromance. Not sure if that is a specific activity .
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Fair enough, but just for clarification i meant bromance. Not sure if that is a specific activity .
    I really don't have a clue what you're talking about.

    What even is bromance?

    Why must a male have bromance in order to continue being manly?

    You have a very queer conception of manliness.
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    Oh and to answer the OP. Actually, popularity does turn me off. Simply because if someone has loads of friends then they have no real friends and won't be able to handle the intensity with which I tend to prefer my relationships platonic or otherwise.

    Plus it is indicative of them being extroverted, enjoying "nightlife", enjoying recreational drugs. All of which also turn me off.
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    Less popular. So that his friends won't come searching for him after I've been done with him.
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    (Original post by Bupdeeboowah)
    Less popular. So that his friends won't come searching for him after I've been done with him.
    LOL

    I'm intrigued.
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    LOL

    I'm intrigued.
    That's what all my exes say when I mention my cellar. And the last thing as well.
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    (Original post by Bupdeeboowah)
    That's what all my exes say when I mention my cellar. And the last thing as well.
    I don't mind a cellar ^_^
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    Depends what he's popular for. Yes if he's popular for sleeping around and no if he's popular for doing charity work. Bad example but yeah
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    Depends what he's popular for. Yes if he's popular for sleeping around and no if he's popular for doing charity work. Bad example but yeah
    What if he's popular with the ladies ?
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    populars remain in their circle, i dont ever see quiet people getting with those people and i dont blame them. theyre superficial and it's pretty much about looks for many of them
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    I can't help but feel that that it selfish in nature.

    Why do you think that is?
    Why do I think you feel that it is selfish, or why do I think I feel that way?

    You know what I'm like. I'd rather have one person to myself, one person I can give everything to, show every side of me to etc. And I'd like to be treated the same way in return. I love the idea of two people who are complete loners, being loners together. They dont need anybody else because theyve got each other.

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