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    (Original post by Sithius)
    There you go again. I

    I'm trying to emphasize the fact that I'm not trying to talk about YOU

    I only need to see something once to know it. Why see it multiple times? An opening day is quite sufficient.
    You haven't seen ****. Everyone's different. If Puppy feels the need to worry about academic stuff, then fair be it. Personally i prefer to socialise, however you haven't seen a thing through an open day. Face it.

    Charl - My point being that you shouldn't have criticise someone who gives advice about speaking to people in 'real life' when you have a 'lol rofl lmao !11eleven!11 cyber boyfriendz.'
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    (Original post by JimmyJJ)
    You haven't seen ****. Everyone's different. If Puppy feels the need to worry about academic stuff, then fair be it. Personally i prefer to socialise, however you haven't seen a thing through an open day. Face it.

    Charl - My point being that you shouldn't have criticise someone who gives advice about speaking to people in 'real life' when you have a 'lol rofl lmao !11eleven!11 cyber boyfriendz.'
    Haha okay, whatever you say.
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    (Original post by JimmyJJ)
    Why criticise others? It would appear that you found your 'boyfriend' on a forum.

    Give the guy a break, atleast he tries.
    Hardly a criticism, I'd imagine most girls would be freaked out by some random guy saying 'I have seen you around before, and i think you are madd cute, really beautiful' sets off all sorts of freako, stalker alarms IMO.
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    I'd feel freaked out if anyone said 'madd cute' in my vicinity at all.
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    (Original post by General Mullet)
    Hardly a criticism, I'd imagine most girls would be freaked out by some random guy saying 'I have seen you around before, and i think you are madd cute, really beautiful' sets off all sorts of freako, stalker alarms IMO.
    Precisely my point!
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    (Original post by JimmyJJ)
    You haven't seen ****. Everyone's different. If Puppy feels the need to worry about academic stuff, then fair be it. Personally i prefer to socialise, however you haven't seen a thing through an open day. Face it.
    I disagree. The idea is I go to an open day to see things.
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    (Original post by Sithius)
    I disagree. The idea is I go to an open day to see things.
    Ok, i'll be more precise.

    You haven't experienced anything in the way of University life, as you are a 17 year old little boy who not only still lives at home, but more than likely still retains his virginity, not by will of course.

    capisci?
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    (Original post by 3232)
    I'd feel freaked out if anyone said 'madd cute' in my vicinity at all.
    Is that all? I'd be inclined to lament the stringency of this country's gun-laws (albeit only in comparison with, say, Colombia).
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Is that all? I'd be inclined to lament the stringency of this country's gun-laws (albeit only in comparison with, say, Colombia).

    You're a little too clever for your own good aren't you?
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    (Original post by JimmyJJ)
    Ok, i'll be more precise.

    You haven't experienced anything in the way of University life, as you are a 17 year old little boy who not only still lives at home, but more than likely still retains his virginity, not by will of course.

    capisci?
    lmao, assumptions? Who says I live at home? :rolleyes:

    Little boy? Ok wise one, how old are you, 20012? You think because you are, lets say, 20-30 years old this makes you a grown matured man? LOL

    pity you got banned, wanted to laugh at your response.
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    (Original post by 3232)
    You're a little too clever for your own good aren't you?
    Not sufficiently so to compensate my indolence.
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    How can you judge what uni is like from an open day?? There is a pretty high chance that you will never see half the people you 'meet' there ever again and it would be pretty daft to try and start a relationship seeing someone for an hour or so and never knowing if and when you will see them again.

    If girls are giving you "come and get me looks", what the hell are you waiting for?? You're going to have to do some work yourself!! Just ask them if they want to go for a drink (on neutral ground). DONT SAY 'do you want to come round for a coffee!' they'll be gone quicker than you can say 7 out of 10.
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    I wish I had that machine which tells you what you are out of 10 to the nearest decimal place.

    Can I borrow it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I walk around uni, with my mates, they give sorta give me that' i like you' look or 'come and get me', but don't have the courage.
    Are you sure you're not confusing them with the 'Christ I need the toilet' or the 'mmm, sandwich' looks?

    It's a very common mistake.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    7.0/10

    I wish I had that machine which tells you what you are out of 10 to the nearest decimal place.

    Can I borrow it?
    Anonymous posters automatically score zero.
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Gotta love guys who are convinced they get 'i like you' or 'come and get me' looks.
    :dito:
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    I know this has nothing to do with the thread (sorry) but how is there an anon#0. Never seen that before.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi,

    Basically, i am a 7/10 i feel, with the ladies, but don't have the confidence to go and talk 2 them.

    I walk around uni, with my mates, they give sorta give me that' i like you' look or 'come and get me', but don't have the courage.

    Btw, do girls go after guyz, i mean i am not talking about girls in lectures, just when you walk around the campus.......and you see some1 you like.

    Any tips, hints when approaching girls like dat, or confidence tips, etc..............
    Personally, I don't because I believe in the old fashioned way. But if there was someone that I really wanted to speak to, I would speak to them at least and try and get to know them.
    However, remembering that I'm at uni. It's a little more difficult. Now I see why you're asking for tips and stuff. Uni can be a bit daunting. Hmm...if there is someone that you really would like to speak to, I think you should approach her. If you know her through a friend I think it is easier but that is not always the case. I'm not sure how to go about approaching someone as they are walking around campus. Maybe if you approach with a group of friends. Or if you see a girl with her group of friends and you approach with your group of friends. That way it looks like groups are getting to know each other and it isn't as obvious. And you can get to speak to her.
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    (Original post by misslibby)
    I'd just find that creepy to be honest...
    Well, if a guy came up to you and said something along the lines of, "Hi, I've seen you around and thought I'd take a second to find out what you're like" That would be completely fine wouldn't it, I mean thats not as 'creepy' as some of the other posts .
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