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    So after hooking up with a few girls, the deviant lothario that I am, I come here asking for a little wisdom. This has happened twice now, and perplexed me both times. In the morning when things have wound down, hangovers are kicking in, the afternoon is approaching and pillow talk is coming to an end, the girls have said, or variants of "You shouldn't be with someone like me, you should be with..." and then go on to describe the opposite of themselves e.g. blonde hair, blue eyed girl told me I should be with a tall, dark haired, mediterranean girl instead, and a dark haired, mediterranean girl told me I should be with a tall blonde hair, blue eyed girl...

    Eh? What the hell they on about? :wtf:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So after hooking up with a few girls, the deviant lothario that I am, I come here asking for a little wisdom. This has happened twice now, and perplexed me both times. In the morning when things have wound down, hangovers are kicking in, the afternoon is approaching and pillow talk is coming to an end, the girls have said, or variants of "You shouldn't be with someone like me, you should be with..." and then go on to describe the opposite of themselves e.g. blonde hair, blue eyed girl told me I should be with a tall, dark haired, mediterranean girl instead, and a dark haired, mediterranean girl told me I should be with a tall blonde hair, blue eyed girl...

    Eh? What the hell they on about? :wtf:
    Either 1 of 2 things. Either they are ashamed of what they've done with you or they're terribly insecure about themselves.

    "Perhaps you're right! Maybe I should be with a (description of girl), but right now I'm here with you. What does that tell you?"
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    (Original post by jay2013)
    Either 1 of 2 things. Either they are ashamed of what they've done with you or they're terribly insecure about themselves.

    "Perhaps you're right! Maybe I should be with a (description of girl), but right now I'm here with you. What does that tell you?"
    If I'm truthful I think the insecure part is very right. Also, brilliant reply to such a comment, thanks for that
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    maybe you shouldn't jump in bed with the first girl you see. Get to know her first. She will have more respect for you
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    maybe you shouldn't jump in bed with the first girl you see. Get to know her first. She will have more respect for you
    Each time I've never been the one to push for it Plus I really no longer believe that. Almost no one doesn't do one night stands. If you don't, and can't find a long-term partner, then enjoy being sexually inexperienced later on in life. I'm all for being a chivalrous gentleman, but realistically it won't help you get a partner, it'll just scare the **** out of most girls.
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    I'm all for being a chivalrous gentleman, but realistically it won't help you get a partner, it'll just scare the **** out of most girls.
    You clearly go for the wrong girls. Or alternatively, your idea of being 'chivalrous' actually comes across as this...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...d=299959&stc=1

    I have never met a girl who has been put off by me acting like a gent.
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    (Original post by Michael!)
    You clearly go for the wrong girls. Or alternatively, your idea of being 'chivalrous' actually comes across as this...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...d=299959&stc=1

    I have never met a girl who has been put off by me acting like a gent.
    There's being put off by, and then there is not thinking they are good enough for you, with that being the issue.
 
 
 
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