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G000dbuddy 34M  
812 posts
11/21/2021 4:04 am
Is sex your main reason for asking a lady out

Is sex your main reason for asking a lady out
No
If you want to be realistic
Well of course
Sometimes
Depends
Other


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/21/2021 4:18 am

Confidence and passion are without a question what grab my attention most in women. Personally though, while admiration and affection are nice, I'm not straight up attracted to them. It's a real deal breaker if you aren't affectionate, and you dont admire each other, but it's not really a turn on perse. Also I wouldn't say these are gender specific, women seem to be greatly drawn to the same traits

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/21/2021 4:30 am

Have you ever cheated on someone you loved?

1.*no comment*
2.No and I'm proud of it!
3.Yes.
4.No, but she/he has cheated on me
5.I have and it was one of the worst mistakes I've ever made. I will never do it again.


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62Mature4young 62M
252 posts
11/21/2021 6:21 am

I am here to perchance find a life partner--A lady with whom I share basic ideals, goals and dreams.

For me at least, there is a world of differences between sex and making love--I came here to fnd someone with whom tho share myself with


G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/21/2021 11:26 pm

Other comments 1
want to light candles

I want to to leave rose petals on the floor

my next girlfriend will understand my romantic side

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/21/2021 11:27 pm

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You will need more than a few rose petals and candles for a girl to see your romantic side!!grin
Try a nice romantic dinner and some love songs in the background, set the scene first to woo your woman with your romantic side.

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G000dbuddy replies on 11/21/2021 11:29 pm:
Your right. N Sittking next to her .with a pint in. One hand. While scratching. Your nuts with the. Other hand. Is not on.

G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/24/2021 8:08 am

Would you ever walk into a crowded work or school lunchroom and strip off your clothes? Or post nude photos of yourself online where anyone with an internet connection could see them? Of course not. But that's pretty much what you're risking when you start "sexting

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/24/2021 8:09 am

Sexting – sending nude or partially nude pictures on your cell phone – may not seem like a big deal. It may seem daring, fun and exciting to send revealing pictures of yourself to your boyfriend, girlfriend, or even to that 'naughty' person you have such great chemistry with online. But it can have serious consequences that you may not be thinking of when you hit "send."

Imagine sending intimate pictures to your boyfriend. Even if he is a 'good guy' who would never knowingly share your pictures, all it takes is one friend borrowing his phone to find them. And once that happens, how long do you think those images will stay private? One click and they could be spread anywhere.. everywhere. Even worse, they could end up on the internet. It's happened to people already (we've seen many high profile cases lately), and you should consider it a real possibility.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/24/2021 8:11 am

So, before sexting, remember:

You can't assume that anything you send on your cell phone or online is completely private.
Once you send your images, you lose control of them forever.
You can be charged with a felony.
Sexting might seem like harmless exciting fun, but is it really worth the consequences?

Think about it...

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/26/2021 7:29 am

You or your partner are developing feelings for other people:
While it is common to fleetingly notice other attractive people while in a serious relationship, if you are capable of developing genuine feelings for someone other than your partner then this is a sign that something is seriously wrong between the two of you. You have started to devote your resources, your time and your fantasies to someone new. In some cases, a relationship can recover from this if the person with the crush is willing to physically and mentally distance themselves from the object of their affections. However, sometimes the emotional betrayal felt by the other partner is too much to bear, and the relationship is bound to end whether the crush is unrequited or not

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
11/26/2021 11:39 pm

As a woman, you are armed with all of the qualities that could make a man happy. However, seduction starts in the mind. Attraction is derived from a mixture of emotions, which can be stirred by another human being. In other words, you have more power in attracting the person who you desire than you may think. If you show a man how much you understand his needs through your actions, he will gravitate towards you.

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lyavu 48F
1536 posts
12/3/2021 2:22 am

Isn't that obvious? What man doesn't Wana fuk on the first time he takes you out ?


G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/5/2021 3:06 am

Everything is progressing nicely, and you're on to your nth date. You spend wonderful romantic weekends away together, the sex is amazing, and you've met each others' friends and family. Then one morning, probably after a fantastic night out and over a delicious fry up of a breakfast, out pops the inevitable question.

"Should we move in together?"

Cohabitation is the next natural step in a steady relationship, usually following or followed by marriage. However living with your partner is very different from just being with someone. Suddenly you are not just lovers – you are also roommates and all sorts of details that you never used to pay attention to become overwhelming unbearable.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/5/2021 3:08 am

Space Hog
He will wonder what the practical function of candles, throws and cushions are. She will bemoan the inadequate closet space and run out of room to place her cosmetics in the vanity. Sharing physical space is one of the hardest challenges for couples to overcome when they first move in together. If the shared home is small, this becomes even more of an issue. As the flotsam and jetsam of two lives merge and mesh in one too-small house, tensions can arise


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/5/2021 3:09 am

Tuning Out
It's true, familiarity does breed contempt. When you are living with someone and spending time in the same rooms with them constantly, it can be easy to take your relationship for granted. Paradoxically, many couples start to grow apart just after they move in together. Relationships need to be nurtured and given sufficient attention. Moving in together shouldn't mean tuning out to each other's needs.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/5/2021 3:11 am

Closet Control Freak
Unbeknownst to you, your man secretly spends his free weekend hours organising his wardrobe, first by colour, then by cut. He turns into a control freak in the kitchen, wielding the saucepan menacingly if you don't crack open eggs the right way – that is, his way. The problem is that most people get used to living on their own and they get used to doing whatever they want, whenever they want. This won't work if there are two people in one household insisting on only doing things a certain way.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/6/2021 2:02 am

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Solution:
Don't sweat the small stuff. Discuss your needs regarding space with your partner and work together to achieve a compromise. You don't need two kettles, irons or saucepan sets, so decide together which extras to give away, throw out or store. Be understanding of his request to retain his treasured sports paraphernalia, and he'll likely be amenable to the vast size of your shoe collection. Share the space, don't hog it.

Embrace the romance and spontaneity that marked the early days of the relationship. Make a conscious effort to remember that there is more to your relationship than laundry, washing up, and whose turn it is to take the garbage out. There was a good reason for moving in together – your love for each other. Don't let living together smother the joy of being together.

Give each other space and accept one another's idiosyncrasies. So what if he won't make the bed with hospital corners the way that you're used to? Does it really make a difference to your relationship whether or not you iron counter clockwise or clockwise? Take a step back and reassess what is really important to you and your partner. Relinquish your ideas of how things 'must be done'. Accept that there are many 'right' ways to do a thing. And remember, our differences are what make each of us unique and keeps life interesting.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/6/2021 10:37 pm

The Friend Zone
Another great way of getting out of the romantic spotlight with your date is to indicate that the two of you can become great friends. Comment on how hilarious he is and how he reminds you of your brother or your best friend. Ask for his advice on how to get the attention of a guy from work that you find attractive. Let him know that he is a great person and that you would be interested in setting him up with a friend. Play the matchmaker and make it clear to him that you have no plans of going beyond the friend zone. This is a great way of killing any romantic ideas he may have.

Many individuals get carried away with the romance of going into a blind date and ignore the possibility that they will not like their date. They try to make a good impression by dressing up and putting their best foot forward but fail to anticipate the possibility that they may be having a disastrous night. Having a great exit strategy can be a lifesaver for these types of situations.

However, if silly excuses make you uncomfortable or dishonest, you could just tell your date the truth. Be considerate of the fact that your date has spent time and money on this date and don't insult him with exit trickery. Tell him that you don't feel the two of you are a good match but that you're happy you met. Finish the dinner or coffee that was planned and be willing to pay your half of the expense. Part in a friendly way and have a backup plan to ask for a friend or restaurant employee to walk you to your car if you are concerned for your safety.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1284 posts
12/6/2021 10:43 pm

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Sick Card
Being sick is the best excuse to leave at the soonest possible time. After a few bites of dinner, let him know that you are not feeling well. Tell him that it could be because of the long and stressful day that you had at the office. After a few more bites, you are feeling worse and spend some time in the bathroom. When you get back to the table, apologize and explain that your nausea has aggravated. Tell him that you need to rest and that you have to cut the evening short. Alternatively, you can explain that you are allergic to one of the ingredients of your dish and this is a panic because you need your medication at home.

Call a Friend
Your best friend can also be your best accomplice when it comes to exit strategies. Ask her to give you a phone call thirty minutes into the date. Using a pre-designated code word, she can determine if the night is going badly. She can then need you for an emergency. Or your friend can also "accidentally" be in the area and crash your date. She can take over the conversation with you, and you can just pretend like you are having a girls' night out. This is the oldest trick in the book but it still works like a charm

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