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    Say hi and go from there. Yes you should talk to him, would be pointless adding him for no reason.
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    (Original post by Horrid_GUI)
    I'm confused, this person is random however :woo:
    Yes but he's attractive and we have stuff in common, which makes him more attractive. So I'd get really really mad if I did/said something that made him think I was stupid.

    But if it was just some person who I didn't find attractive who thought I was an idiot, I wouldn't care.

    There, I think I explained it. :p:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Yes but he's attractive and we have stuff in common, which makes him more attractive. So I'd get really really mad if I did/said something that made him think I was stupid.

    But if it was just some person who I didn't find attractive who thought I was an idiot, I wouldn't care.

    There, I think I explained it. :p:
    How do you know the person isn't deceiving you?
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    Hes not going to take you seriously.
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    (Original post by Horrid_GUI)
    How do you know the person isn't deceiving you?
    I guess there's always a chance he's not who he says, but he seems pretty legit. He has a lot of FBfriends, and his pictures are consistent, so I'll take a guess he's who he says. :p:
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    You added him from a Facebook group? That's a bit... odd IMO.

    But just say "Hi, I saw you on ____ group, how are you?"

    Obviously you must have added him because you have something in common so go from there.
    Maybe if you said what group it was people could help you in what to say...
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    No no it's not that, but you feel more annoyed if you fall out with someone you're attracted to, than a random person, surely?

    LOL yes, I didn't realise you spoke to me in that. You probably think I'm a completely shallow berk then, don't you? :p:
    That makes a bit more sense, but you could have chosen your wording a little more carefully; you initially gave the impression that you simply don't care about people unless they're "hot".

    Falling out with people who I find attractive... yes, but only when I have a proper crush on the person. Otherwise, it's no different to falling out with any other friend. I don't tend to actively expand my social circles much, though, and I don't place a very high value on looks with respect to who I find attractive, so I speak from a totally different point of view.

    As for your second question -- no, but I do think you have a skewed sense of priorities. Each to their own.
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    (Original post by amizzle91)
    You added him from a Facebook group? That's a bit... odd IMO.

    But just say "Hi, I saw you on ____ group, how are you?"

    Obviously you must have added him because you have something in common so go from there.
    Maybe if you said what group it was people could help you in what to say...
    We were speaking breifly on a fashion fanpage lol. :p:
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    (Original post by Iota Null)
    That makes a bit more sense, but you could have chosen your wording a little more carefully; you initially gave the impression that you simply don't care about people unless they're "hot".

    Falling out with people who I find attractive... yes, but only when I have a proper crush on the person. Otherwise, it's no different to falling out with any other friend. I don't tend to actively expand my social circles much, though, and I don't place a very high value on looks with respect to who I find attractive, so I speak from a totally different point of view.

    As for your second question -- no, but I do think you have a skewed sense of priorities. Each to their own.
    Yeah I explained it a bit retardedly haha.

    And fair enough!
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    16, a lot of people usually think I'm older when they meet me, but he alraedy knows I'm 16 I think lol.
    You're screwed. A 16 year old and 20 year old shouldn't have much in common and frankly worrying so much about talking on facebook....he'd have to be a socially inept 20 year old to be thinking like that if you catch my drift.
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    (Original post by Jimbo1234)
    I do not know of any 20 year old who would start a relationship from facebook.
    My boyfriend was 20 when I added him to facebook. We've been together for a year now.

    Don't know why you have such a weird view on 20 yr olds starting relationships on facebook :s
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    Sorry but he must be some sort of social freak if he has a lot in common with a 16 year old girly....
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    We were speaking breifly on a fashion fanpage lol. :p:
    Well, start from there (fashion)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sorry but he must be some sort of social freak if he has a lot in common with a 16 year old girly....
    Why? We don't all like the same things, I don't do that many typical teenage things, I've often been told I act older than my age. Also, a lot of the guys who like/have liked me have been older, so I don't see why that's an issue...
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    My boyfriend was 20 when I added him to facebook. We've been together for a year now.

    Don't know why you have such a weird view on 20 yr olds starting relationships on facebook :s
    Because starting a relationship online shows what a social recluse you are rather then going outside and meeting people. But then this is why internet dating will never fail, because as the saying goes, **** attracts flies.

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    Still waiting for that pic to show you are as curvacious as christina hendricks :rolleyes: Surely if you were and only 16 you would have no problems getting a guy in the real world and not online.........:holmes:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Why? We don't all like the same things, I don't do that many typical teenage things, I've often been told I act older than my age. Also, a lot of the guys who like/have liked me have been older, so I don't see why that's an issue...
    You write in a very ditzy way, your profile picture is childish and the way you're rambling on anxiously about something unimportant like Facebook....makes me think you're exactly like every other 16 year old girl out there.

    So erm yeah.....I stand by what I say.
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    (Original post by Jimbo1234)
    Because starting a relationship online shows what a social recluse you are rather then going outside and meeting people. But then this is why internet dating will never fail, because as the saying goes, **** attracts flies.

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    Still waiting for that pic to show you are as curvacious as christina hendricks :rolleyes: Surely if you were and only 16 you would have no problems getting a guy in the real world and not online.........:holmes:
    LOL. For your information, and it really is none of your business, but I have several guys who have told me they like me, but you see, for a relationship to work, I have to like them back. I'm really picky, and have almost impossibly high standards.

    And I never said I was as curvacious as her, I said I have a 9 inch wasit/bust/hip ratio, which at 37,27,36, I do. Obviously that's smaller than her, as she's something like a 36D bra, and I only wear a 30 backsize, so I'm smaller, but you said it was impossible to have that proportion, I was just saying that it's perfectly reasonable to have that.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    You write in a very ditzy way, your profile picture is childish and the way you're rambling on anxiously about something unimportant like Facebook....makes me think you're exactly like every other 16 year old girl out there.

    So erm yeah.....I stand by what I say.
    Judging me from the way I type? How pathetic. Want to have a conversation about politics or economics with me? Or maybe you'd like to come out for a meal, or to a dinner party with me? Attend the theatre? Have a read of some of the short stories I've written? Come out shopping with me to some department stores, prehaps?

    Oh wait, I can't do any of those things, I'm supposed to be blind drunk in a park and having sex with strangers! :rolleyes:

    Seriously, your judgements are pathetic. Especially by the fact that you have to go anonymous.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Judging me from the way I type? How pathetic. Want to have a conversation about politics or economics with me? Or maybe you'd like to come out for a meal, or to a dinner party with me? Attend the theatre? Have a read of some of the short stories I've written? Come out shopping with me to some department stores, prehaps?

    Oh wait, I can't do any of those things, I'm supposed to be blind drunk in a park and having sex with strangers! :rolleyes:

    Seriously, your judgements are pathetic. Especially by the fact that you have to go anonymous.
    Why don't you ignore what society says for once and just go with the flow.

    Send him a message and see how it goes, no harm done.
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    Why don't you ignore what society says for once and just go with the flow.

    Send him a message and see how it goes, no harm done.
    Sent haha, fingers crossed. :unsure:
 
 
 
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