Guys/Girls: What is your real opinion on..

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  • GettinLean19
    GettinLean19 Posts: 452 Member
    Joeyd727 wrote: »
    Joeyd727 wrote: »
    I'm so happy you ladies chose B. I can't stand a clingy woman. Everyone should have their own friends, hobbies, interests , stuff to do without your Sig Other.

    It said the man was clingy not the woman.


    So I pick A. I'll be the super busy one while the man waits for me.

    I know, I meant it as I glad they chose the "non clingy" type

    In the beginning everyone is overzealous but It’s a lot of pressure if a guy doesn’t have much of a life outside of me. I worry if we break up he’ll have nothing.

    This has never been me. If I'm in a relationship, I've always tried to maintain a balance between time with them and personal interests. There's always sometimes where can't maintain it. But, that should be the exception and not the rule.

    Up until a few months ago, I had too much going on in my life to give time to a relationship. So, I avoided them. Couldn't justify bringing someone into my life when I had no time to give, so why cause unnecessary resentment or pain?

    I get your reasoning but don’t do yourself a disservice based on the assumption that someday you’ll be less busy. In my experience, that elusive someday never comes

    For some, or many, this holds true. In my case, I would disagree. Prior to relocating to where I'm at now, I had an exceptionally busy schedule that left little downtime. If something threw my schedule off, I had no free time to react or do at a different time. Most times, I was lucky to get four hours of sleep a night.

    When I relocated, I resigned not only from my full-time job. But, also from the fire department I was a member of and the local Ski Patrol. As well as other volunteer work I did.

    Where I'm at now, I am only working my full-time job. Have no plans to get involved with things as I did before. I gave up a lot of myself for years and am now content with working my job and having free time to get back into hobbies I gave up to join the fire department and ski patrol. Now that I have time, I'm much more open to the possibility of a relationship.

    Gotcha. Good for you!
  • _sw33tp3a_11
    _sw33tp3a_11 Posts: 4,692 Member
    Ladies...

    What are some flirting techniques guys do that you enjoy?

    Push pull, picking on you, overly flattering, pretending he's too busy for you, role-playing, pretending to be jealous or shy and coy... Just, a few examples 🤷🏽‍♂️

    Pretending to be too busy for you is a flirting technique? This explains so much!

    Well I never claimed to be good at it 🤷🏽‍♂️...

    Sorry I'll have to explain further later... Got some important things to take care of 😏

    Cute...really really cute 😂💕
  • Mr_Healthy_Habits
    Mr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 12,578 Member
    Ladies...

    What are some flirting techniques guys do that you enjoy?

    Push pull, picking on you, overly flattering, pretending he's too busy for you, role-playing, pretending to be jealous or shy and coy... Just, a few examples 🤷🏽‍♂️

    Pretending to be too busy for you is a flirting technique? This explains so much!

    Well I never claimed to be good at it 🤷🏽‍♂️...

    Sorry I'll have to explain further later... Got some important things to take care of 😏

    Cute...really really cute 😂💕

    It's the emojis 🤷🏽‍♂️...
    Otherwise sometimes people tend to take me to literal and seriously 😤
  • MichelleWithMoxie
    MichelleWithMoxie Posts: 1,819 Member
    cowsfan12 wrote: »
    Is it a deal breaker if I’ve never seen LOTR 🤷‍♂️ but I’ll binge some Harry Potter like a mah fugga

    I just never could get in to either of them

    @George_of_the_Jungle the books or movies?
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 8,688 Member
    edited April 2020
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?
  • vanityy99
    vanityy99 Posts: 2,575 Member
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    “Something looks different about you I don’t know what it is.....”
  • jcrav77
    jcrav77 Posts: 584 Member
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    Say I am thinking about getting some work done. (You could even throw in what ever you think they had done.)Do you know a good surgeon?
  • jcrav77
    jcrav77 Posts: 584 Member
    Ladies...

    Do you prefer a guy that is...

    A: Crazy into and needy for you, with no life...

    B: Barely has time for you because he's got too much *kitten* going on irl...

    It depends on what stage of the relationship you are in. If it’s early on the needy one because you are needy too. Later on GTFO and have a life I’m busy. 🤷🏻‍♀️ keep it real
  • Bananabeats
    Bananabeats Posts: 73 Member
    Guys: are you honest when a lady doesn't look good in a dress and asks for your opinion?
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,354 Member
    Guys: are you honest when a lady doesn't look good in a dress and asks for your opinion?



    My answer to that question is always: " How 'bout them Dodgers ?!"
  • Bananabeats
    Bananabeats Posts: 73 Member
    Safe answer!
  • MaltedTea
    MaltedTea Posts: 6,287 Member
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    May I ask why you want to know? The intention will power your approach.
  • PlentyofProtein00
    PlentyofProtein00 Posts: 3,019 Member
    Guys: ?😏
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 8,688 Member
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    “Something looks different about you I don’t know what it is.....”

    haha this works!
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 8,688 Member
    jcrav77 wrote: »
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    Say I am thinking about getting some work done. (You could even throw in what ever you think they had done.)Do you know a good surgeon?

    hmm It would be hilarious if I said I wanted pectoral implants
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 8,688 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    It looks to me like one of my friends got plastic surgery but I can't be sure. What is a polite way to ask her without coming across as a perv?

    May I ask why you want to know? The intention will power your approach.

    She is a good friend and we hang out sometimes Now suddenly, she is sporting DDs and that's all I can think about when we are hanging out lol. You are bound to have questions in this situation right?
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 8,688 Member
    Guys: ?😏

    ! :smirk:
  • mattig89ch
    mattig89ch Posts: 2,648 Member
    Guys: are you honest when a lady doesn't look good in a dress and asks for your opinion?

    If one ever asked me, I would be yes. My assumption would be, they're asking cause they actually want my opinion. Not just trying to inflate their ego.
  • Vikka_V
    Vikka_V Posts: 9,562 Member
    Guys: are you honest when a lady doesn't look good in a dress and asks for your opinion?

    I'm a girl, but it sounds like the same as when a girl friend asking if her thighs/butt looks fat (in this outfit)...there may not be a "right" answer
    ...and yes, I lie - sometimes

    To be fair, I appreciate a lot of different body types, especially different from mine