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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Something tells me you're an idiot.

    Haha you joker! :-P
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    (Original post by sxcmitzy)
    I just lost respect for you. Uneducated chav? Soz mate but some of us wernt born posh like you lot. I normally talk like that (cant here, because of tsr) but I think its really rude to say that because me and my friends and everyone here talks like that and we're all at uni studying, so we are educated and you might wanna watch what your saying next time.
    No offence was meant. Just it's not that difficult to talk properly. But yeah, sorry if I offended you.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Anon because then you can't pinhole my view on my gender and have to take what I say at word's value. A lot gender sparring on this forum I find...

    You made yourself sound much worse than a cheap chav......we're in escort territory now.
    Lol I don't gender spar. If I judge people, it's usually on how chavvy they are.

    And no, I haven't. I'm not an escort, I like to be treated well, why is that an issue?
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    I'm not giving anyone complexes, if you don't like it, don't attempt to date me, simple as.

    Hahaha okay you go on thinking that. If I remember correctly, you were rather rude to me on another thread, calling me a stuck up ***** or something.

    And I'd appreciate you not to post my pics in threads.
    i just said that you aint all that mate. you're like a 3/5 out of 10 to me especially with your horrible personality

    take me theatre
    take me shopping
    take me blah blah

    :rolleyes:
    just fess up and say that your're a gold-digger at 16!

    your pic is public domain. :yep:
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    (Original post by CosmicB)
    i just said that you aint all that mate. you're like a 3/5 out of 10 to me especially with your horrible personality

    take me theatre
    take me shopping
    take me blah blah

    :rolleyes:
    just fess up and say that your're a gold-digger at 16!

    your pic is public domain. :yep:
    LOL that's all good then, as I wouldn't go out with someone like you, and you wouldn't go out with someone like me.

    And I'm not a gold-digger, how the hell does that make me a gold-digger? For liking to be treated well? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    No offence was meant. Just it's not that difficult to talk properly. But yeah, sorry if I offended you.

    Yeah hun, it isnt hard to talk properly but something you gotta understand is that we were brought up in a place like this. Also how we talk makes us who we are and every single one of us love how we walk, talk, act, dress.. Its something others dont understand, and were not idiots, e.g we dont go into uni/job/college interviews talking that way way. I hope you understood what I meant ;-)
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    (Original post by CosmicB)
    stop tryna give men complexes....you aint all that

    in fact i honestly think you look like a Moomin from ur pic....lol

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/imag...4&type=profile

    http://www.postcrossing.com/images/blog/moomins_2.jpg
    Harsh...:gasp:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    I don't have to put up with immature grubby little schoolboys, actually.

    As if a 16 year old would take me to restaurants, take me out for decent nights, be interested in current affairs, generally be a classy individual, etc.

    I don't see why I should have to lower my standards just because a lot of guys are immature. I have no problem with immature banter, a bit of a laugh, etc, but when they're sitting there in yesterdays clothes playing X-box all day, I'd rather not go there.

    That's just me though!
    You're so far up your own arse I'm surprised you haven't suffocated yet.

    Weren't you spouting off about people judging you for wearing Jack Wills, and yet you will judge and generalise other people? It's probably the minority of 16 year old guys that act like that.

    And yes, 16 year old guys CAN do those things. Maybe this 20 year old will feel the same, he probably wants a classy individual and not an immature grubby little school girl!

    Lowering your standards? LOL. Idiot.
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    (Original post by sxcmitzy)
    Yeah hun, it isnt hard to talk properly but something you gotta understand is that we were brought up in a place like this. Also how we talk makes us who we are and every single one of us love how we walk, talk, act, dress.. Its something others dont understand, and were not idiots, e.g we dont go into uni/job/college interviews talking that way way. I hope you understood what I meant ;-)
    You mean you use slang and dress a certain way around your friends?

    Yeah I get what you mean, but bad as this sounds, if someone looks/talks 'chavvy', I usually get scared they're going to rob me or be abusive, so I walk on the other side of the street or something. It's not just me though, my friends do it too, but I guess it's all how/where you've been brought up. But sorry for offending you.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    I don't normally add randomers off the old Facebook, but...

    Okay well I sort of got talking to this guy on a facebook group, and oh my God, he is rather dishy! I'm really picky about boys, but he's truly gorgeous! And we literally have a good few things in common, and he's single.

    Problem is he's 20 and at Uni, haha fml. So my question is, if a girl added you on FB, would you want her to talk to you? I haven't said anything yet, as I don't want to **** it up... Like I want to talk to him, but I'm scared I'll look like a tit...so yeah, what would you think of a girl talking to you that you only breifly know off of FB itself?

    I'm not usually nervous, I'm used to being confident so I really don't like this!

    Thanks!
    Hey,
    Id say go for it, i mean he sounds like a decent bloke so get chatting loads and get his number/address so you can hear his voice (sounds weird but it makes you feel more confident) and it should be cool lol, btw your sig is funny good luck
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    (Original post by Blink.)
    You're so far up your own arse I'm surprised you haven't suffocated yet.

    Weren't you spouting off about people judging you for wearing Jack Wills, and yet you will judge and generalise other people? It's probably the minority of 16 year old guys that act like that.

    And yes, 16 year old guys CAN do those things. Maybe this 20 year old will feel the same, he probably wants a classy individual and not an immature grubby little school girl!

    Lowering your standards? LOL. Idiot.
    I'm not up my arse, I'm just not underconfident. Most girls are like "OMG I'm ugly, I look bad etc", I just have enough confidence in myself to be happy with how I look, who I am etc. And I won't play things down to look modest either. Sorry if that has offended you.

    Well I don't know many 16 year olds that would. I prefer older guys, there's nothing wrong with that. But yeah there are some nice 16 year olds, but I see them as too young...lol.

    And okay then, maybe he will, although I'm a bit different to stereotypical 16 year olds.

    Nothing wrong with having standards.
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    (Original post by Rich_183)
    Hey,
    Id say go for it, i mean he sounds like a decent bloke so get chatting loads and get his number/address so you can hear his voice (sounds weird but it makes you feel more confident) and it should be cool lol, btw your sig is funny good luck
    Thankyou! Yeah I'll try to get talking to him a bit! And lol at the sig thing, I've had so much neg for it, I'm glad someone else finds it as ammusing as I do!
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    When I'm 20, I seriously hope that I'm not such a loser that I have to date 16 year olds.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Would the age gap be a huge issue? Guys my own age are too immature to date lmao! :p:
    LOL the guys 20 and AT UNI! He's got really attractive - mostly mature girls around him 24/7. Nothing will come of this no offence:p:
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    (Original post by Organ)
    When I'm 20, I seriously hope that I'm not such a loser that I have to date 16 year olds.
    Mate, im afraid to say age is just a number....Everyone matures differently tbh as long as they are on the same intellectual level there isn't a lot wrong with dating a 16 y old!
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Well I don't know many 16 year olds that would. I prefer older guys, there's nothing wrong with that. But yeah there are some nice 16 year olds, but I see them as too
    young...lol.

    And okay then, maybe he will, although I'm a bit different to stereotypical 16 year olds.

    Nothing wrong with having standards.
    I didn't say there was anything wrong with liking older guys. I was pointing out your idiotic attitude and hyprocrisy in general. Seems to be a lot of double standards all round.

    Helps if they're realistic and not based on your inflated sense of self.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    That's what I was thinking, I mean if it doesn't work we can just delete each other and never acknowledge eachothers existence again I guess. :p:

    But yeah about the age gap, I'm worried he'll think I'm some stupid little girl haha.
    well lets look at it this way. the best thing he could think is really nice girl, she's legal, why not.

    the worst thing he'd think is young idiot, barely legal, no way.

    i don't really have a point i just like the legal reference. and also the word mitchelin as in mitchelin man or tyres. now i'm smiling uncontrolably. ah the world is a funny place. squiggledy pop.

    ...:captain:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    You mean you use slang and dress a certain way around your friends?

    Yeah I get what you mean, but bad as this sounds, if someone looks/talks 'chavvy', I usually get scared they're going to rob me or be abusive, so I walk on the other side of the street or something. It's not just me though, my friends do it too, but I guess it's all how/where you've been brought up. But sorry for offending you.
    Lol thats cute, well thers a diff between us and thugs, u get me? And we dont dress as ugly as they do:-S ergh. We spend a lota timen clothes nd stuff nd we aint always in tracksuits nd stuff init. And the diff between us and u lot is that if we got a prob with them, (thugs aka freaks) then we beat the crap out of each other:-D (bet ur confused, I know, its hard to exp here) x nd yeah dw its cool
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    (Original post by Blink.)
    I didn't say there was anything wrong with liking older guys. I was pointing out your idiotic attitude and hyprocrisy in general. Seems to be a lot of double standards all round.

    Helps if they're realistic, and not based on your inflated sense of self.
    I'm not having double standards.

    And they are realistic darling.
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    (Original post by giantlemon)
    well lets look at it this way. the best thing he could think is really nice girl, she's legal, why not.

    the worst thing he'd think is young idiot, barely legal, no way.

    i don't really have a point i just like the legal reference. and also the word mitchelin as in mitchelin man or tyres. now i'm smiling uncontrolably. ah the world is a funny place. squiggledy pop.

    ...:captain:
    I get the first two bits, but the last paragraph...:lolwut:
 
 
 
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