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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Jeez hes real desperate!!

    I Hope so tbh!
    Well I can talk to girls! I went up to my last irl crush and had a 20 minute convo with her. Hadn't spoken before
    20 minutes is good
    Did you get her number or contact details after?
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Talking about both genders although as of recent TSR seems to have had a rash of threads by a couple of users (or possibly just one individual ) obsessed with getting into a relationship?

    What is the big deal about them? Partners can be so needy/ clingy and inevitably always make lots of demands on your time and on you, physically, emotionally and financially. Can someone please explain what is so great about being in a relationship because I just don't get it. I have no desire for one either, whether I'm weird or not for that is a matter of your own personal opinion.

    I will admit that I've never been in a serious one but the ones I have been in I found quite stifling so maybe I've just been dating the wrong type? Idk.
    let the young and inexperienced have their fun then watch as they join out ranks of anti-relationshipers and I've been in a couple of serious relationships so
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    Mole-cules? What's a mole-cule? I've never heard of a molecule before.
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    Molecules are applied physics :cool:
    It's like maths, but less abstract. Mechanics is **** boring stuff, cosmology is great stuff about space, lots of algebra, lots of calculus, lots of fun.

    TL;DR it's applied maths.
    I have to agree there, mechanics in a-level physics is possibly the most sleep inducing subject ever. Cosmology sounds pretty awesome though, do you cover nuclear stuff?
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    20 minutes is good
    Did you get her number or contact details after?
    Yeah i guess so.

    Nope, wasn't the right time. She said I could add her on FB but her settings didn't allow for that :/
    And she ignored me the following week (I only saw her once a week).

    I see you're doing some casual flirting here with the other guy
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Yeah i guess so.

    Nope, wasn't the right time. She said I could add her on FB but her settings didn't allow for that :/
    And she ignored me the following week (I only saw her once a week).

    I see you're doing some casual flirting here with the other guy
    :facepalm2:

    Entirely normal behaviour then :/

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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I have to agree there, mechanics in a-level physics is possibly the most sleep inducing subject ever. Cosmology sounds pretty awesome though, do you cover nuclear stuff?
    We did at a-level, so I'm assuming I will this year at uni. We went over the standard model, which was supposed to be brief, but my teacher loved physics. Used to talk about stuff like that all the time and go really in depth. Even set us homework to calculate the amount of free energy for the creation of new particles in a fixed particle collision experiment (a lot more difficult than it sounds, it took me a couple of hours to figure it out). Mechanics was boring because it's not space. Space and particle physics are what get me going. How in depth do you go in nuclear stuff for chemistry?
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    I see you're doing some casual flirting here with the other guy
    It's my magnetic charm
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    let the young and inexperienced have their fun then watch as they join out ranks of anti-relationshipers and I've been in a couple of serious relationships so
    I imagine it must be quite difficult to find a woman who knows as much about gold as you do
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    :facepalm2:

    Entirely normal behaviour then :/

    Were talking about physics! Join in!
    Why the face palm? You know I'm rubbish with girls!

    How is it?

    Except the fwb part
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    It's my magnetic charm
    Is it now?
    Sounds like someone is crushing on Dr Angry

    My charm has been worked and realized
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Why the face palm? You know I'm rubbish with girls!

    How is it?

    Except the fwb part
    I'm not facepalming at you, I'm doing it at her

    We are, he's just being very punny is all :laugh:
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    It's my magnetic charm
    I'm going to need to know your Lorentz force to confirm this, I'm afraid
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    We did at a-level, so I'm assuming I will this year at uni. We went over the standard model, which was supposed to be brief, but my teacher loved physics. Used to talk about stuff like that all the time and go really in depth. Even set us homework to calculate the amount of free energy for the creation of new particles in a fixed particle collision experiment (a lot more difficult than it sounds, it took me a couple of hours to figure it out). Mechanics was boring because it's not space. Space and particle physics are what get me going. How in depth do you go in nuclear stuff for chemistry?
    I agree, all the stuff about meson's and gluons. We don't sadly Our focus is on electrons, not hardcore particle physics. I wish we covered stuff like that though, it would be interesting as hell
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I'm not facepalming at you, I'm doing it at her

    We are, he's just being very punny is all :laugh:
    Ohhh I seeeee!

    Hmm ok then!
    Ah I see, I'm rubbish at puns
    Id rather flirt with you :mmm:
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I'm going to need to know your Lorentz force to confirm this, I'm afraid
    I'm always ready for a bit of linear algebra. You'll need to know my direction and speed (in due time ). The magnetism is naturally something you'll have to feel.
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    I'm surprised you didn't go for the quark joke.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I agree, all the stuff about meson's and gluons. We don't sadly Our focus is on electrons, not hardcore particle physics. I wish we covered stuff like that though, it would be interesting as hell
    Switch majors. Physics is sick. Come to Lancaster , the offer is A*AA.
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Is it now?
    Sounds like someone is crushing on Dr Angry

    My charm has been worked and realized
    I don't "crush". Harmless flirting is always fun.
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    I'm always ready for a bit of linear algebra. You'll need to know my direction and speed (in due time ). The magnetism is naturally something you'll have to feel.
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    I'm surprised you didn't go for the quark joke.
    I don't know much about magnetism but I sure know chemistry when I see it
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    What's a proton's favourite sex position? Two up and one down

    (Original post by AlexFam)
    Switch majors. Physics is sick. Come to Lancaster , the offer is A*AA.
    Nah, I can't hack physics at degree level. I didn't even do maths A-level let alone FM.
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Ohhh I seeeee!

    Hmm ok then!
    Ah I see, I'm rubbish at puns
    Id rather flirt with you :mmm:
    Just flirt then

    Dive in
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    well in a good relationship :love:

    you have someone to talk to:love:
    you can share your joy/pains :love:
    someone loves you for who you are :love:
    you see someone truly amazing everyday :love:

    who doesnt want that? :holmes:

    however there is the flipside that happens after 1 month/1 year or any timescale

    there will be disagreements :holmes:
    there will be miscommunications :holmes:
    there can be trust issues :holmes:
    honeymoon phase doesnt last forever :holmes:
    ppl get to comfortable or get taken for granted :holmes:
    why so many ...emoji? (this is not what they're called here on tsr, is it?=))))
 
 
 
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