Singledom

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Topper

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4th Dec 2009 at 10:11 pm

Topper - Dismantling a person is sometimes necessary...

Dismantling a person is sometimes necessary...

 
Quote: Claire, Dec 2009
Quote: Kid A, Dec 2009
Quote: Claire, Dec 2009
It is stupid women's fault, George. Blame women, it will make you feel better, and is also more truthful. My impression of you is as a bloke who would look after a lass and who would make her laugh and feel special and I'm sure most here, if not all, would agree.

I'd disagree with you for various reasons but I don't want to hijack Alex's thread


Sod it, VR is dying, post where you like. Alexatron is probably off somewhere with his hareem, he won't mind. I guess I just think you need to believe in yourself more, man. There are so many sh*te men in the world who treat everyone like crap and don't think about anyone but themselves. You are better than them, you need to know that.


Hijack away! And George, I would agree with Claire based on what I know of you and the little everyone else says.

Out of interest, for peeps like Tom, George and me, what is it about getting people of the opposite (or same!) sex to be interested? If you're not highly sexy what's everyone's methods?

I think this should be turned into a general single thread where people can report on their quests for love/sex and the rest of VR can give advice where appropiate *nods*
I hope some day, for some reason, David Duchovny is investigated by the FBI. Because that would make a great story.

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Topper

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4th Dec 2009 at 10:19 pm

Topper - Dismantling a person is sometimes necessary...

Dismantling a person is sometimes necessary...

 
Double post...

I think confidence is key from my limited single career. Before meeting and going out with Sarah I had no confidence whatsoever with women; I'd physically retreat from interraction with women who liked me and have no confidence to talk to the ones I really did like. Now I know I must be at least alright to have tricked, I mean, convinced, a girl like Sarah to like me so what's to get in my way of twisting another reasonably attractive girl's arm into going out with me? And even if she doesn't like me it won't have the horrible scarring effect it used to because I now do have more confidence.

Another difference for me is the fact I'm not overly arsed since breaking up with Sarah. The cliche is that you find love when you're not looking for it and whilst I don't entirely agree with that it does directly apply to me; I've not really tried the last couple of months and have just concentrated on getting myself together and, particularly the last month or so, having a good time.

That's my tuppence.
I hope some day, for some reason, David Duchovny is investigated by the FBI. Because that would make a great story.

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Πανδώρα

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4th Dec 2009 at 10:39 pm

 Πανδώρα -

 
weellll, i know my problem is confidence

generally i don't have any whatsoever and i take too long to feel comfortable around people & come out of my shell

i mean... i locked myself in a toilet for 10 minutes the last time i went out >_>

i came out because i realised i was being an idiot, but yeah
*burp*

Rayanne Graff

| 74,532 posts


4th Dec 2009 at 11:02 pm

Rayanne Graff - River Phoenix

River Phoenix

 
Quote: Kid A, Dec 2009
Quote: Valerie Holliday, Dec 2009
And you have a very long tongue.
Thumbs up.


I can touch my nose and everything *smug*


i didn't know George had a long tongue but i s'pose that Veg Rev is full of amazing discoveries.
*[http://www.vegetablerevolution.co.uk/uploads/549604.jpg]*

Jewbacca

| 6,793 posts


5th Dec 2009 at 6:24 pm

Jewbacca -

 
At any one time I have at least five girls after me.
AAAAAAARRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!

Jewbacca

| 6,793 posts


7th Dec 2009 at 2:29 am

Jewbacca -

 
Confidence is a preference.
AAAAAAARRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!


 
 
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