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is it true that if you're looking for a relationship it doesn't come true, but if you're not looking, it happens?
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Posted 9/26/10

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Kerensa wrote:




First off, I'm not trying to fight with you. Second off, this has nothing to do with your intelligence. As for being vague... What? Seriously? I was very concrete in descriptions and examples. Perhaps instead of vague you mean "wordy"? Sure, I could have said all that I said above in a short sentence, but at the same time I feel the shorter the sentence the more gaps and holes there are. By explaining myself, and allowing myself to ramble while explaining what I mean, I feel that I fill more gapes and holes to create a sound argument or explanation.


That could be, and I feel as though you've explained this to me in the most profound, lucid, and explicit detail possible. Yet, I can't help feeling that maybe I missed something. There is by some off chance the possibility that my synapses just couldn't process the unfathomable complexity of your explanation. This surely means I cannot comprehend the complexities of love, let alone the insurmountable complications of what learned individuals have to relate to me about relating to other human beings.

I struggle to grasp this subject further than the most rudimentary idea of it. My head is beginning to feel a sharp ache...


Okay, now you're digressing and trying to work your awesome role play skills into the equation. lol.
Posted 9/26/10

Kerensa wrote:


Northerner wrote:


Kerensa wrote:




First off, I'm not trying to fight with you. Second off, this has nothing to do with your intelligence. As for being vague... What? Seriously? I was very concrete in descriptions and examples. Perhaps instead of vague you mean "wordy"? Sure, I could have said all that I said above in a short sentence, but at the same time I feel the shorter the sentence the more gaps and holes there are. By explaining myself, and allowing myself to ramble while explaining what I mean, I feel that I fill more gapes and holes to create a sound argument or explanation.


That could be, and I feel as though you've explained this to me in the most profound, lucid, and explicit detail possible. Yet, I can't help feeling that maybe I missed something. There is by some off chance the possibility that my synapses just couldn't process the unfathomable complexity of your explanation. This surely means I cannot comprehend the complexities of love, let alone the insurmountable complications of what learned individuals have to relate to me about relating to other human beings.

I struggle to grasp this subject further than the most rudimentary idea of it. My head is beginning to feel a sharp ache...


Okay, now you're digressing and trying to work your awesome role play skills into the equation. lol.


Roleplaying skills? They couldn't be awesome telling by how you've just put them up so far. I am for shame before you.
Posted 9/26/10 , edited 9/26/10
I think I will add a pinch more to this subject. Not that I really have the right to talk about it, but I will anyways.

There is a fine line between desperation and desire. It is written allover a person's face what their intentions are. If a man approaches a woman brandishing an erection, it is her cue to back away, lest her morals are of a loose nature.
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Posted 9/26/10

Northerner wrote:

I think I will add a pinch more to this subject. Not that I really have the right to talk about it, but I will anyways.

There is a fine line between desperation and desire. It is written allover a person's face what their intentions are. If a man approaches a woman brandishing an erection, it is her cue to back away, lest her morals are of a loose nature.


true that.
thats also why as soon as you are in a relationship,all them girls want you
all of a sudden.


Posted 9/26/10

arano wrote:


Northerner wrote:

I think I will add a pinch more to this subject. Not that I really have the right to talk about it, but I will anyways.

There is a fine line between desperation and desire. It is written allover a person's face what their intentions are. If a man approaches a woman brandishing an erection, it is her cue to back away, lest her morals are of a loose nature.


true that.
thats also why as soon as you are in a relationship,all them girls want you
all of a sudden.




For a woman desires sex just as much if not even more so than a man. He must build the tension between him and his potential partner.


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Posted 10/12/10
1000 times, yes.
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Posted 10/12/10
well i guess it applies to me lol
i wasn't looking for a boy friend and then i get asked out by a guy i kinda liked lol woot!!!
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Posted 10/12/10
From my own experience, it's true.
I never really look, it just happens.
Posted 10/12/10
Yup
Posted 11/3/10
yes and no...because sometimes i usually am the one who starts the relationship when i feel like it
Posted 11/5/10
If you're looking that means you're trying and sometimes without realizing you can try too hard which doesn't work.
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Posted 11/5/10
It just happens ^^
Posted 12/1/10
Yeah Maybe
Posted 12/1/10
idk mayb?
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Posted 12/1/10
Some ppl make the connection quickly, while for others it takes on the aura of a life journey. I have played both active and passive roles (doing the looking versus waiting to be discovered by chance or fate) looking for a relationship with mixed results. Over the years I have met many interesting people using traditional and not so traditional venues to meet "the one": social networking, personal ads, dating services but it never quite worked out for all the reasons you have posted plus more. Oddly enough I did manage to meet a wonderful person on the internet 2 weeks after I bought and set up my first computer. We were compatible in many ways and I married her 1 year later after the first email. (Thank you, eHarmony.com.). That was 4 years ago and I have no regrets.

A few Secrets to staying single for a long time:
-set your standards so high no person who lives on this planet can meet them;
-life choice between career path and successful marriage: career demands always win;
-socially brain dead, won't commit, won't compromise...ever;
-while I'm waiting for the right one (lesser disorder than sky-high standards but equally damaging for your psyche) to come along it's OK to go out with...he/she. These candidates, although wonderful to be around for awhile, subconsciously think of you as filler. They are not worth your time.

There are many more Secrets and I'm sure you are quite aware of a lot of them.
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