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Posted 1/1/18 , edited 1/1/18
They have to be nice but they can't be ugly either
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Actually leaving the toilet seat down and other small acts of consideration for others are pretty important

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Cydoemus wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Not this:


I don't even understand what's happening there.
I mean, what is the end game there?
Or is it that the person was really on a thin line regarding their sexuality and just used this as an excuse to embrace it?
I mean, nothing about it makes sense.
Nothing.



Actually went and found the original of that, and in those 19 comments the guy explained he had just such a connection with her, a sense of closeness, that he desperately didn't want to lose. That was his "solution", but now that the relationship ended he's more or less stopped that behavior for now. He's just submissive and weak-willed, and has always been so.
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I know what I want in my boyfriend materials: my ideal boyfriend would to be a proper woman among proper women. In appearance, he should have a very feminine appearance, look good in girl`s clothing, and not use tattoos. In mannerism, he should display proper conduct and act like the proper lady. He should be respectful, responsible, honest, and loyal to his family.
He should be good at housework like cooking, sewing, laundry, and mopping. He should be able to manage the family's finance and provide strong leadership in his family under dire situations. He should be caring, supportive, and protective of children and animals.
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good boyfriend ?
start with a real good friend that is a boy then you add other good qualities ie respectful, kind ,smart etc etc
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At this point, an ideal bf would be a nice guy who can support himself with a steady job and doesn't cheat.
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Posted 1/5/18 , edited 1/5/18
Someone that makes you happy and horny.
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LOYAL, MATURE, CENTERED, LOVING, HONEST.

THATS IT LADIES.

THATS IT.

(in the long run THIS is what matters)
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Yorutenchi wrote:

I'm mostly into women but every now and then I see a dude and just >,>
Getting a girl and keeping a girl are actually different skills. Getting a girl usually requires self confidence. Being good looking always helps. Its not impossible obviously or even unlikely if you aren't but being honest attractive people (of both sides) get along easier in life when it comes to getting the pick of the litter. However it doesn't do much to keep a girl. I say confidence but its more than that. Every guy I've ever found attractive had that...hunger quality. They don't approach meekly or are "too nice" but see you as a genuine person of interest and believe themselves to be worthy of that relationship. Being playful or fun or in some way interesting is a must.

Keeping a girl has to do with being nice but not being a pushover. Be there for her but don't be her servant. Its okay to say no. Its okay to make her mad. But be someone she genuinely can count on. Little things to let her know you care. You don't have to spend a ton of money on something. A single rose or her favorite sweet treat. Foot or back massages or whatever it is she is into are always bonuses.


Nicely said.
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just roll with it
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I heard linen is a good material. maybe silk?
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I usually shoot more for how they treat me/others/family and their personality vs. their appearance, it sounds cliché as heck but it's still important; though i'd be lying if looks weren't important at all. ive been single so long i don't think about it much anymore so i am failing to give a better response soz
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What do you think makes good "boifriend material"? a boyfriend who knows how to spell boyfriend.
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May201m wrote:

What do you think makes good "boifriend material"? a boyfriend who knows how to spell boyfriend.


Fair enough, you make a good point.

That aside, do you wanna know what makes a good girlfriend tho? A girl who knows simple grammar...Ha Got'em!
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Your post confuses me. I thought boifriend was the more masculine partner of a lesbian couple. I thought T H I C C referred to a overweight womans curves. But you are clearly talking about a man, so I am just going to assume you are asking how to make yourself boyfriend material.

So, you are 14. Ninth grade? I don't think the bar is all that high in ninth grade. What usually happens is that a girl suddenly realizes that all her girlfriends have boyfriends and she does not. All the good boys are already taken, so, I think the bar drops to any boy she would not feel embarassed to be seen with. This may seem a little shallow because it is, but it is reality. It is not something most people can hide, it shows on their face. So, if you see that your girlfriend is embarassed to be seen with you, you will feel humiliated and dump her. It is one of the unpardonable blunders. This cuts both ways, btw. Don't date a girl you are embarrased to be seen with. It won't end well.

Not to put pressure on you, well actually I am, you want to have a least one relationship under your belt in ninth grade. Tenth grade girls that have dated don't want to deal with a newbie. They feel they have already paid their dues and won't backtrack. It is also a cardinal rule that they won't date underclassmen. So, if you can't make something happen in ninth grade, your tenth grade dating pool will consist only of those girls that haven't dated before.

In ninth grade, you aren't looking for the love of your life or a soulmate. You are just looking to get some relationship experience and hopefully some pleasant company. So, if some girl in your class starts chatting you up, she is easy to talk to and you wouldn't be embarrassed to be seen with her, ask her for a date. Don't think twice about it. Just so you know, some very ordinary freshman girls turn out to be extraordinary seniors. Just compare seniors you consider hot with their freshman yearbook picture.

Nobody does this, but I am going to suggest it anyway. Consider recruiting your mom as your relationship coach. Fathers have too much of a sense of humor for this. They will give you incorrect information just because it is so damn funny. Your mom will never betray you like that. Once she knows you are entering the Great game, she can help make you competitive. Perhaps get you contacts. You seem worried about your skin, she can get you to a Dermatologist. Braces if you have crooked teeth. If you are wearing poorly fitting hand me downs, she can have them altered to fit you properly. If you are overweight, she can put you in an after school program to help you burn off the weight. If you are underweight, she can feed you more. Maybe send you to a hair stylist instead of a barber. And most importantly, transport for weekend dates. (I am assuming you don't drive a car). She can get your table manners up to snuff for when you eat at your girlfriends house. If you routinely say things that girls would find offensive, she can point that out to you and spare you some blunders. I mean, that's a lot of stuff that is there for the asking, but you have to ask.

Since you are 14, I assume you are in puberty. There are two timebombs waiting for you. Things are going start smelling bad that never smelled bad before. You will be noseblind to it as well as your family. Your friends won't say anything because it is so damn funny. So, if you haven't done so already, level up your personal hygiene routine. Shower with deodorant soap every morning with special attention to pits and crotch, clean underware, clean clothes. Shower after P.E. . Shower after any sports activity. Unless you have an excessive sweating condition, that should do the trick.

The other timebomb is bad breath. You will find that some foods that never gave you a problem before are suddenly giving you a sour stomach. If you have a sour stomach, you almost certainly have bad breath. Breath mints don't really help, other than you will know you have a problem if people are constantly offering them to you. The only remedy I know is to go on an elimination diet to identify the foods that you can't digest anymore and stop eating them.
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A good punching bag.


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