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Post Reply What kind of personality do you want for your future gf/bf?
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19 / F / Battery City
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Posted 3/8/13
The same one my boyfriend has right now... Faithful, loving, hilarious, SPONTANEOUS. Etc. Maybe I'll marry him. But I'm not getting too far ahead of myself, we've only been dating for 2 months.
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i would like my bf to be a little more loving. as in being affectionate. well, he is who he is and i would not change him for the world.
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Has to be able to tolerate my passiveness and indifference. I don't need someone who gets upset because I don't call or text.... Oh, and I'd like for him to not be easily bored... I'm already boring to begin with, I'd like to find someone who's a lot more interesting...
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I'm pretty adaptable to different types so doesn't matter. Faithfulness is the only thing I really seek in a girl.
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Having the resolve to leave me, when worse comes to worst.
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19 / M
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Someone who I can respect, and who would respect me in return.
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19 / M / New Jersey
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Hmm. :r I would like someone who's mature, sweet, sincere and caring. They, cannot, be, ghe-tto. Which is is a shame because I live in them bad areas, yo. ; _ ;
Posted 3/8/13
I am of no great character to be picky. In fact, after any "I dos" are through, people become different. Primitive power struggles... distance... anxiety... financial ruin... unremarkable children... complete bankruptcy and divorce... penniless poverty and depression leading possibly to suicide.

But, the love was there...
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26 / M / New York, NY
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I...umm...I'm not sure.

I'm somebody who gets caught up with work and the finances and I haven't thought about being in a relationship in a while.

I would say someone who shares the same interests?

Well I hate surprises and previous women I've fallen for come out of right field. Not that each one took notice in me. It's at a 66% success rate. So knowing what you want might not be what you end up being satisfied with.

But if I had to choose. I would go with a very energetic personality. In a bubbly goofball & kind sort of way. A little quirky-ness is nice to.
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As I've said often. I want a girl with a loving and caring personality. I like shy, quiet girls. I find them really cute and definitely something near the top of my list. I want her to be intelligent and kind with her words and actions. It would be a bonus if she enjoyed the same things I do. A huge bonus. She should be hard working, honest and loyal. A good thing is, there are plenty of girls out there like this, and I just have the hard task of making one fall in love with me... Lol.

Want me to make a comparison to a famous anime character?
Yuuki Asuna from Sword Art Online.
She would be the closest I've seen to what I want.
Or else, Mishima 'Seven' Nana from Area no Kishi (The Knight of the Area)
Maybe a combination of the two

It's easy to find one that possesses the traits which I desire, however it is hard to make that person mine. I don't like thinking about the future that way, so I'll just have to hope that my personality is one that is desired by one which I desire.

I should stop editing my posts!
Posted 3/8/13
She must be goddess like.
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19 / M / In Abby's heart a...
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Already found who I am spending my life with
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turborobo wrote:

I am of no great character to be picky. In fact, after any "I dos" are through, people become different. Primitive power struggles... distance... anxiety... financial ruin... unremarkable children... complete bankruptcy and divorce... penniless poverty and depression leading possibly to suicide.

But, the love was there...


Well, isn't that an interestingly pessimistic view of love and marriage. You sir will not get far with an attitude like that.
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Posted 3/8/13
Tsundere!!!

on appearances I'd like average and up, but I'm not hard stuck on that. I want to meet a girl who shares similar interests with me but has a very different personality (opposites attract). for it to work they would have to be patient and open minded. thats cuz, you see I have this habit of being extraordinarily forgetful, and i tend to zone out a lot (especially when i put effort into paying attention) and this can become a problem.

thats all
Posted 3/8/13

PrincessLunza wrote:


turborobo wrote:

I am of no great character to be picky. In fact, after any "I dos" are through, people become different. Primitive power struggles... distance... anxiety... financial ruin... unremarkable children... complete bankruptcy and divorce... penniless poverty and depression leading possibly to suicide.

But, the love was there...


Well, isn't that an interestingly pessimistic view of love and marriage. You sir will not get far with an attitude like that.


I did mention love... no, that was an obvious mockery.

Reality isn't so cruel to everyone. Too much we inflict on ourselves. Women can tell everything about a man just by looking at him. Body language can determine a positive mind from a negative one and women are ten times better at reading it than men. If a guy is so negative he hurts those around him, no woman would waste her precious time to even ask of him the correct time. He'd be like a weak kid not trusted with carrying the groceries. "He seems like he's never happy" she would say.

I recognize there are successful families. And their joy is incomprehensible to the downtrodden rejects society doesn't care for. The people who lash out at the world to lessen their own pain. All they might ever be is alone and doomed. It is in the best interest of those who haven't been destroyed mentally and emotionally by their environments during development that they are kept at a distance to suffer with their own thoughts. The successful members of society will rightfully trod over them with a diligently protected dignity, smiling with no shred of arrogance in their matchless quality lives, knowing that the people referred to as "damaged goods" will never threaten them.
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