Girls interest in boys (girls answeres only please)

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Im still not entirely sure but ickle katy did put it very well, curryADD, press2play and emma also seem to agree don't change yourself. Also why is it that (i dunno if this is just for me) females places gender assumptions that males dont really care about the relationship, it's sometimes true with ppl but overall i feel unaccurate it's not unusual for a guy to feel passioate about a relationship. So why is the typical image of a guy given saying yeah whatever honey????
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i have a teacher that calls me "madame" i hate it, although i know it is because he never remember my name
some of my teachers call me ms.hicks....i hate it~
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i dislike being called a lady, it means i have to use manners, and drink tea.....
I do appologise my vengeful overlord woman thingy still looking as radient as ever lol
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why whats the age difference? all my bros friends are not hot, so i have to do all my own work!
all your own work lol. If you are as gd looking as you think you are, it should be easy, girls dont have to do any work, mind you i dont do too mcuh anyway. i think, about 3 yrs but because she goes to the same school, it got quite hot for him. The funniest thing was he went away on a trip and came back and i had persuaded her to tell him we were going out. It was very funny. :rolleyes: I dunno my school is bare weird about age gaps
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Im still not entirely sure but ickle katy did put it very well, curryADD, press2play and emma also seem to agree don't change yourself. Also why is it that (i dunno if this is just for me) females places gender assumptions that males dont really care about the relationship, it's sometimes true with ppl but overall i feel unaccurate it's not unusual for a guy to feel passioate about a relationship. So why is the typical image of a guy given saying yeah whatever honey????
guys are just less commitment wise.....thats the way it is! who knows....to bad you live in england....you would almost be perfect
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(Original post by kissmequick)
I do appologise my vengeful overlord woman thingy still looking as radient as ever lol
thank you! and im not a thingy nor do i have a *thingy*
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(Original post by kissmequick)
Im still not entirely sure but ickle katy did put it very well, curryADD, press2play and emma also seem to agree don't change yourself. Also why is it that (i dunno if this is just for me) females places gender assumptions that males dont really care about the relationship, it's sometimes true with ppl but overall i feel unaccurate it's not unusual for a guy to feel passioate about a relationship. So why is the typical image of a guy given saying yeah whatever honey????
because guys do not listen, supposedly, or maybe they just get bored
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all your own work lol. If you are as gd looking as you think you are, it should be easy, girls dont have to do any work, mind you i dont do too mcuh anyway. i think, about 3 yrs but because she goes to the same school, it got quite hot for him. The funniest thing was he went away on a trip and came back and i had persuaded her to tell him we were going out. It was very funny. :rolleyes: I dunno my school is bare weird about age gaps
i dont think im that good looking....its all the guys. i think im cute, because thats what people tell me!
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guys are just less commitment wise.....thats the way it is! who knows....to bad you live in england....you would almost be perfect
I retract my statement it's only hard to describe you with words in the english language, still thats so not true about guys are less commited i dunno about other guys but i try to give my hundred percent when i commit to a relationship if you cant offer as much then you shouldnt try. I personally like to spend a lot of time with my gf when i have one and romance her, buy pressies, dance, drink, hug n kiss, theirs nothing better than complete and utter devotion and attention to a relationship
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i dont think im that good looking....its all the guys. i think im cute, because thats what people tell me!
well then if thats what people say, you shouldnt really ahve to do much work, girls get it easy.
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I retract my statement it's only hard to describe you with words in the english language, still thats so not true about guys are less commited i dunno about other guys but i try to give my hundred percent when i commit to a relationship if you cant offer as much then you shouldnt try. I personally like to spend a lot of time with my gf when i have one and romance her, buy pressies, dance, drink, hug n kiss, theirs nothing better than complete and utter devotion and attention to a relationship
yup your perfect....move to texas sweetie!
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(Original post by kissmequick)
Im still not entirely sure but ickle katy did put it very well, curryADD, press2play and emma also seem to agree don't change yourself. Also why is it that (i dunno if this is just for me) females places gender assumptions that males dont really care about the relationship, it's sometimes true with ppl but overall i feel unaccurate it's not unusual for a guy to feel passioate about a relationship. So why is the typical image of a guy given saying yeah whatever honey????
blokes place gender assumptions that girls r moody n clingy as well, though!
i think the reason girls say guys don't care about r'ships is because (wow this is risky!) blokes tend to be more into the physical aspect, eg jus want girls for sex. and no i don't completely agree with this because i'm well aware that many guys i know aren't at all like this, and some girls are. it's just a macho image for which blokes r stereotyped! same with the girls. lol that sounds crap, sorry i hope u get wht i mean!?
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well then if thats what people say, you shouldnt really ahve to do much work, girls get it easy.
I'm not too sure about that I know that us guys have it bad having to work up the balls to ask them out (and constantly look good) but it must be hard for a girl knowing they both fancy each other but she can't do anything about it until he asks. I think that's v wrong!!!!!
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well then if thats what people say, you shouldnt really ahve to do much work, girls get it easy.
exactly....but to get a guys attention, the hair flipping, crossing legs, smiling.......thats all hard work!
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I retract my statement it's only hard to describe you with words in the english language, still thats so not true about guys are less commited i dunno about other guys but i try to give my hundred percent when i commit to a relationship if you cant offer as much then you shouldnt try. I personally like to spend a lot of time with my gf when i have one and romance her, buy pressies, dance, drink, hug n kiss, theirs nothing better than complete and utter devotion and attention to a relationship
sorry mate but you sound desperate, have you had many gfs
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I'm not too sure about that I know that us guys have it bad having to work up the balls to ask them out (and constantly look good) but it must be hard for a girl knowing they both fancy each other but she can't do anything about it until he asks. I think that's v wrong!!!!!
yes it is....especailly if the guy is shy, or embarrassed, i hate it when that happens.....but if you know she likes you, then why are you scared?
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exactly....but to get a guys attention, the hair flipping, crossing legs, smiling.......thats all hard work!
o, i feel so sorry. Well at least your ugly m8s can get as far as they want with a boy, just put out.
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sorry mate but you sound desperate, have you had many gfs
he does, doesnt he?
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blokes place gender assumptions that girls r moody n clingy as well, though!
i think the reason girls say guys don't care about r'ships is because (wow this is risky blokes tend to be more into the physical aspect, eg jus want girls for sex. and no i don't completely agree with this because i'm well aware that many guys i know aren't at all like this, and some girls are. it's just a macho image for which blokes r stereotyped! same with the girls. lol that sounds crap, sorry i hope u get wht i mean!?
I get what ya mean hun, but the thing is i bet their is a minority of guys who are asses and girl alike but because its a negative outlook it probably gets exaggerated in masses and spreads around whereas positive things of the other sex aren't mentioned
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o, i feel so sorry. Well at least your ugly m8s can get as far as they want with a boy, just put out.
wtf? my ugly mates? all my mates are cute, pretty, or beautiful. that way the whole group gets attention
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