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Qualities of your significant other?
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What kind of stupid arguments? Examples? Also good point on it being nice if the other person was an opposite as far as introvert/extrovert.


Dude, I'm sorry, but commenting that it was a good point made you kinda sound like a teacher in a classroom discussion. AP exams are over, I shouldn't have to be subjected to that torture for at LEAST another summer


Pffft. I only wanted to mention it because I am in that situation where a more outgoing person would be a better match for me because the only way I will go out and be amongst people is if I am forced into it by someone I like....Now if you will please turn to page 85....
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Someone who has similar but also different tastes then mine. Someone who perhaps likes a different genre of game of movies then I normally like. Or someone who'd rather go golfing then fishing. I like getting out and trying new things as long as he does to.

I'd like a guy that likes to go out and party every once in a while. I'm an introvert coming out of my shell so he would ideally be an extrovert or in the same boat I'm in.

Someone with a great since of humor and he is fun to "fight" with. I like to get into stupid arguments over dumb little things so he should be sarcastic but know when to tone it down. He can pick on me as much as he wants though (not really though because we girls never really mean that ) I know I'm a doof.

Just a guy I can relate to on both a mental and physical level.


What kind of stupid arguments? Examples? Also good point on it being nice if the other person was an opposite as far as introvert/extrovert.


Oh like I was talking to my friend on Skype and I feel asleep on him. So the next day we "fought" about what time I passed out. Or like the time he was trying to get me to sing a song from memory, because I like to pretend I know the words to songs, So he got me to do the opening to the Lion King which I butchered trying, and failing, to prove a point.

Yes I do believe that's important. It's nice if you are both introverts or extroverts but your going to get sick of each other staying at home all the time and want to be with your own or in a group of mutual friends or visa versa.
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Pffft. I only wanted to mention it because I am in that situation where a more outgoing person would be a better match for me because the only way I will go out and be amongst people is if I am forced into it by someone I like....Now if you will please turn to page 85....


I don't know, because I'm generally considered by a lot of people to be a pretty exceptionally "outgoing" person, but I also don't like going out unless someone forces me to. And to make matters worse, it looks like someone drew in my textbook...
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Posted 5/14/13 , edited 5/14/13

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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Pffft. I only wanted to mention it because I am in that situation where a more outgoing person would be a better match for me because the only way I will go out and be amongst people is if I am forced into it by someone I like....Now if you will please turn to page 85....


I don't know, because I'm generally considered by a lot of people to be a pretty exceptionally "outgoing" person, but I also don't like going out unless someone forces me to. And to make matters worse, it looks like someone drew in my textbook...


That is just wrong. Nobody better make any sort of mark or dent on any of my books. >=( I still think I have to buy a new copy of one of my books because it shipped to me slightly bent and one page came halfway out.


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Oh like I was talking to my friend on Skype and I feel asleep on him. So the next day we "fought" about what time I passed out. Or like the time he was trying to get me to sing a song from memory, because I like to pretend I know the words to songs, So he got me to do the opening to the Lion King which I butchered trying, and failing, to prove a point.

Yes I do believe that's important. It's nice if you are both introverts or extroverts but your going to get sick of each other staying at home all the time and want to be with your own or in a group of mutual friends or visa versa.


I would totally win those fights every time.

True enough. Only problem is introverts don't have friends. D=
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Oh like I was talking to my friend on Skype and I feel asleep on him. So the next day we "fought" about what time I passed out. Or like the time he was trying to get me to sing a song from memory, because I like to pretend I know the words to songs, So he got me to do the opening to the Lion King which I butchered trying, and failing, to prove a point.

Yes I do believe that's important. It's nice if you are both introverts or extroverts but your going to get sick of each other staying at home all the time and want to be with your own or in a group of mutual friends or visa versa.


I would totally win those fights every time.

True enough. Only problem is introverts don't have friends. D=

Nuh uh! I'm female, we always win in the end >:D Nope... But I did fix my problem. I moved to a new area opposite side of the country, looked up an anime group online, went to a few meetups... BAM! I had friends lol. I'm still getting used to the idea, but it's warming up to me.
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Nuh uh! I'm female, we always win in the end >:D Nope... But I did fix my problem. I moved to a new area opposite side of the country, looked up an anime group online, went to a few meetups... BAM! I had friends lol. I'm still getting used to the idea, but it's warming up to me.


Well I can't argue against that too much but it is only because of womens lack of logic and reasoning that we have to give up.

That's pretty cool. I wouldn't be able to bring myself to do that much on my own. xD
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Nuh uh! I'm female, we always win in the end >:D Nope... But I did fix my problem. I moved to a new area opposite side of the country, looked up an anime group online, went to a few meetups... BAM! I had friends lol. I'm still getting used to the idea, but it's warming up to me.


Well I can't argue against that too much but it is only because of womens lack of logic and reasoning that we have to give up.

That's pretty cool. I wouldn't be able to bring myself to do that much on my own. xD

Yup all part of our nefarious plot for total world domination.
Ah man I was so afraid. But I was... well still am... going through a total life re-haul I guess you could say, and it was just the right time and place for it in my life Yours may come in time as well ^^
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Well I can't argue against that too much but it is only because of womens lack of logic and reasoning that we have to give up.


Who lacks logic and reasoning?
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Yup all part of our nefarious plot for total world domination.
Ah man I was so afraid. But I was... well still am... going through a total life re-haul I guess you could say, and it was just the right time and place for it in my life Yours may come in time as well ^^


It's ok. I will let you think you rule the world. I don't need all that attention anyway.
Well good for you. I hope things continue going well for you. As for me I have plenty of other reasons to prevent me from going out to find friends and such so I don't see that happening.


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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:
Well I can't argue against that too much but it is only because of womens lack of logic and reasoning that we have to give up.


Who lacks logic and reasoning?


Oh shi- Your still around? What I meant to say was...um....that I make poor decisions and am often wrong.

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That is just wrong. Nobody better make any sort of mark or dent on any of my books. >=( I still think I have to buy a new copy of one of my books because it shipped to me slightly bent and one page came halfway out.


This is what my class is going to do to all of your textbooks Mr. Justanotherguy_2005 (if you don't want to watch the whole thing, my joke is at around 1:56)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpeLSMKNFO4

Also, if the thing about your book being shipped damaged is true, then I'm sorry Since I'm a real hardcore literature buff, I get pretty anal retentive about the condition of my books. Truly, I feel your pain (unless you were joking about that...then it would seem I do not)
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Posted 5/14/13 , edited 5/14/13

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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

That is just wrong. Nobody better make any sort of mark or dent on any of my books. >=( I still think I have to buy a new copy of one of my books because it shipped to me slightly bent and one page came halfway out.


This is what my class is going to do to all of your textbooks Mr. Justanotherguy_2005 (if you don't want to watch the whole thing, my joke is at around 1:56)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpeLSMKNFO4

Also, if the thing about your book being shipped damaged is true, then I'm sorry Since I'm a real hardcore literature buff, I get pretty anal retentive about the condition of my books. Truly, I feel your pain (unless you were joking about that...then it would seem I do not)


(Haven't watched the video all the way yet so that is why there is no comment here about it.)......Ok just watched it and......wow.

Not even joking. It was more like a slight curve than a bend but still....I spent a lot of time trying to get it to come out and when I came to the page halfway out I nearly lost it. My books though are just fun reading and nothing too amazing. I still refuse to pull that book off my shelf now though because I just know it will make me cringe again.
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-Trustworthy
-Open and willing to talk about problems
-Thoughtful
-Attractive (to me)


That's about it, really.
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(Haven't watched the video all the way yet so that is why there is no comment here about it.)

Not even joking. It was more like a slight curve than a bend but still....I spent a lot of time trying to get it to come out and when I came to the page halfway out I nearly lost it. My books though are just fun reading and nothing too amazing. I still refuse to pull that book off my shelf now though because I just know it will make me cringe again.


For the video, you can really just skip to 1:56 and get the point, though I highly recommend watching the whole thing. It's a scene from my all-time favorite movie, "Dead Poets' Society". I saw it on TV when I was ten years old, and it bestowed upon me the great love of English that I've retained to this day.

And yeah, I know exactly what you mean about the book. I'd probably react to it pretty much the exact same way that you did. It almost hurts my pride when I know one of the books on my shelf is damaged like that.
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does money count as a quality

also wild game is a plus, bring in them birds and deer
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Oh shi- Your still around? What I meant to say was...um....that I make poor decisions and am often wrong.

You're only saying that because you are worried I'm going to hurt you.

But... I'll give you this one. My best friend's wife argues about really crazy stuff. Like when she has a dream that he's cheated on her she will wake him up at 3am to scold him for what he did in her dream, sometimes for hours.


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But women have higher levels of intuition which is vastly superior to logic.

Untrue. Men are just not as good at lying as they think they are.
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