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20 / M / the darkness
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guess your just have to get nasty in the way you do it
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25 / M / It be sleepy time...
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You know really, that sort of thing is not something that she can just say no to. Once you have broken your part of it, it is over no matter if she says no or not. The fact that you fold and give into her when she says no to you, is just giving her more control over the situation. When she says no just walk away you have to make it clear to her that you truely intend for the relationship to end or otherwise you will end back up in this situation each and every single time you break up with her. So basically I am teeling you to be firm with your resolve to break up with her and not to crumble when she says no, or threatens you because this sort of relationship is not going to be healthy for either of you in the long run.
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thank you all
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74 / F / in the club
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You gotta think hard buddy. Think also of the possible hurt she'll be aching. Why don't you try to talk to her? Open up!
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24 / Martian / Estonia
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Well you could try and talk to her about being too clingy, also if she threatens you with her 9 brothers(ARE HER PARENTS RABBITS?!?!?!) tell her that she has problems if she thinks she can threaten you into something like that. Be a man and dont let yourself be pushed around, if you say its over, then it is.
On a sidenote dude if your from an english speaking country then please learn to write in a fashion that is legible.
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I've considered his writings though.
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24 / M / detroit and the v...
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i do open up but any time i do she shut me out and makes me feel crapy(i apologize for my bad grammer english is not my strong suit)
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ace101 wrote:

i do open up but any time i do she shut me out and makes me feel crapy(i apologize for my bad grammer english is not my strong suit)


lol this has happend to me once...what i did is that whenever she asks...i'll always tell her to just be good friends and then after a while i think she agreed to it...and we are still best friends til now
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reikiaddict wrote:


ace101 wrote:

i do open up but any time i do she shut me out and makes me feel crapy(i apologize for my bad grammer english is not my strong suit)


lol this has happend to me once...what i did is that whenever she asks...i'll always tell her to just be good friends and then after a while i think she agreed to it...and we are still best friends til now


thanks alot pale
hay ace101 here and wanted to tell my crunchy buddes i did it i did i brock up with my phycotic girl freind now i am off to be a man whore
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74 / F / in the club
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Posted 1/22/07
ummm.. should i say, "good for you"?
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33 / F / Utah
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Does anyone have any advice on how to improve my cooking skills?
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27 / M / US
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Tips from el Eros, arm chair chef. I'd say its best to learn from someone good, and though experience and trying out different things.

Buy some books. I guarantee you that there is something like cooking for dummies. Or you can go higher-class. Search the web, get stuff like this: http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifehack/cooking-101-20-lessions-to-kick-start-your-cooking-skill.html

All those cooking shows on t.v. Turn on, tune in, drop out.
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33 / F / Utah
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Thanks. I'll try that or get lessons from Zepher.
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32 / F / By the water
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Whisper801 wrote:

Does anyone have any advice on how to improve my cooking skills?


Yes, as a matter of fact! I don't know if you have a community college, or university that is close by to you, but if you do>>>take a non credit class! I know that the community college in my area offers different classes with different cuisines every month. I have taken the credit portion of what my community college offers and it was great building on what I already know. *But if you are serious about cooking it is definitely about the knives. One good chef's knife, and one good pairing knife can go a long way in saving you some grief down the road!*

Obtaining a college level course book in cooking will also go a long way in demystifying the whole cooking process. It spells out why food does what it does, and how to make the most from your food!

So Good Luck!

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