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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    Dont you like the warmth of a man? A man that will please and pleasure you the way you desire?

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    :') you have to be a troll. there's no other explanation.
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    Can't find the one
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    (Original post by Handsome_Devil)
    Hopefully not. Well, unless that place is filled with tonnes of cheesecake, maybe oreos...hmm chocolate fountains aswell
    That would be a perfect place


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    (Original post by Radville)
    That would be a perfect place


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    Don't mean to try anything but, that place is my bedroom
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Nope, you'll note my comments were made in generalities. Never have I presumed to speak for everyone
    In all fairness you do only seem to speak for yourself. But you were still very unfair to Mr. Bloggs, who you put down as 'worse than a loser' (that's just your opinion) but still, you must feel proud that you have at least surpassed someone. Then again, it's much easier for a 'loser' to look down on someone since everyone else is already too far above them.

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    Agreed, as above, but you don’t appear to have engaged with my point:- which was that men exist on a spectrum that is more diverse than merely ‘normal’ or ‘daredevil/weirdo’
    I understand the point which you didn't make.


    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    ..there again, ‘he could be waiting a while’! :mmm:
    Patience is a good skill to learn. :gthumb:

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    How old are thee?
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    Anybody who asks gets friendzoned... I'm just not looking for a boyfriend
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    (Original post by Bernana)
    you were still very unfair to Mr. Bloggs, who you put down as 'worse than a loser'
    He'll get over it

    you must feel proud that you have at least surpassed someone
    Pride is a vice. I feel blessed with good fortune e.g. to be able to do alright with some women, in spite of myself

    Then again, it's much easier for a 'loser' to look down on someone since everyone else is already too far above them
    Run that one by me again? :erm:

    I understand the point which you didn't make
    I'm afraid I did, implicitly, in flagging "such a silly dichotomy"

    Patience is a good skill to learn. :gthumb:
    Ain't nobody got time fo' that :woo:

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    In which case it's not all that surprising that there hasn't been a 'worthy suitor' yet, particularly if you've been mostly mixing it with boys of the same age as thee, and also given your slightly superior attitude :beard:
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    It annoys me that a lot of people are trying to blame women for being unattractive or reclusive or whatever.

    I'm single because I honestly haven't met anyone since my last relationship that I'd even consider going out with. I don't think I have particularly high standards, I just want someone who's kind and a generally nice guy. I'm not particularly bothered about looks either but obviously I wouldn't date someone I found 'ugly' or unattractive.

    I've found the problem is that most guys want sex and not a relationship. Plenty of men try to sleep with me but they don't want anything more than a fling. I think it's because of the age we are (early twenties) and the expectation on us not to settle down too quickly and 'have fun'. It sucks.
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    It's because they haven't met me















    Although tbh I'm single so...
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    In which case it's not all that surprising that there hasn't been a 'worthy suitor' yet, particularly if you've been mostly mixing it with boys of the same age as thee, and also given your slightly superior attitude :beard:
    To be honest though and I'm not patronizing banana at all....she does have some pretty good points.

    Superior attitude?

    I think someone needs to do some introspection.
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    (Original post by Banksyy)
    I'm single because I am starting to realise I'm way too fussy. I don't know what I want, or I have this image in my head of the perfect boyfriend and if a guy doesn't meet that image 100% I have no interest.

    I have lost a few lovely potential boyfriends because of this issue.

    I need to sort myself out.. Hm.



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    I can totally relate have the same issue
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    (Original post by redpaintednails)
    I've found the problem is that most guys want sex and not a relationship. Plenty of men try to sleep with me but they don't want anything more than a fling. I think it's because of the age we are (early twenties) and the expectation on us not to settle down too quickly and 'have fun'. It sucks.
    Preach! It doesn't get that much easier when you're in your mid/late twenties either I'm afraid.

    I'm surrounded by Man-children. :mad:
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    (Original post by Handsome_Devil)
    Don't mean to try anything but, that place is my bedroom
    I knew something like that would come up eventually .. ;DD


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    (Original post by bronwencerimarsh)
    What even is this thread. It's not exactly by choice is it OP?


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    It can definitely be a choice.
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    (Original post by bronwencerimarsh)
    What even is this thread. It's not exactly by choice is it OP?


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    I think that is exactly what OP is trying to imply :rolleyes:
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    Why is it any of our concern unless we are attracted to you, not in a relationship and seeking to date/have a relationship with you?
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    (Original post by EllainKahlo)
    As I've discussed with my friends before, I think it's rude. They may think they're just trying to be nice, but they aren't, they aren't thinking before they speak. How polite would it be if I walked up to a smiley person and said, "Hey, why are you smiling so much?" I bet you any money they'd stop smiling within seconds.
    It's unfortunate how there are so many guys out there who beg to differ...Kind of disgusts me to be honest. After watching so many videos about the issue of street harassment, idk maybe it's just people on the internet but in the comments it's just "men have it hard too" "omg I'd be so happy if some said ___ to me" "stop complainging about nothing" etc. I watch Buzzfeed on and they do feministy/pro-women videos pretty often and the comment are just filled with "feminazis! blah blah blah"
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    Relationships require effort.. why not get into one when you know your willing to put in the effort. Being at uni or any academic Institute required time. . Some people may b good at it but im not one of those
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    Because I don't want one, and guys my age are immature and irritating. The thought of having one makes me feel sick.
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    (Original post by tinshed)
    in what universe does a man selflessly please and pleasure a woman just to make her happy??
    exactly!
    and why does being in a relationship mean there must be any sex? why can it be just a relationship because two people like each other?
    well I'm single cos no guy in my school likes me, and the only one who does like be is a real d**k..srsly
    but mainly its because my parents are like: you will not go out with anyone until you are in university.
    which is in about two and a half years so...gotta wait..
 
 
 
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