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post #51 of 261
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lol Tee i'll Priority Mail my chest hair first thing tomorrow.
how considerate of you
post #52 of 261
lol i must do what i can for ze German!
post #53 of 261
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Originally Posted by plastic_alligator View Post
Tee does this mean you're coming to see me in 24 hours?!
$ ?

Charitable foundation: 'A heart for Tee's'

I'm so broke, please donate HF
post #54 of 261
monetary donations and hair also welcomed!
post #55 of 261
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lol i must do what i can for ze German!
post #56 of 261
plastic_alligator so you eliminated a good amount of guys on this forum in one swoop with that post.

There's a big difference between goodlooking/handsome and pretty boy of course.
post #57 of 261
Thread Starter 
i am amazed that most of the time women seem to like the opposite. take this forum for example. most ladies will buy the designer brands but don't really care what their bf's dress in. girls that are pretty don't like a "pretty boy" bf, but like to go after the opposite. in most instances in life we strive for the best for ourselves, education, jobs etc. but when ladies choose guys it seems like they don't. i know that is being shallow but there is some truth to imho.
post #58 of 261
^ mr. morri$ you make a good point!

but we're all still young and making mistakes... and we all have different types... and i know mine is def the dorky type
post #59 of 261
Those are all generalities... but to some extent people have to feel attracted to the other person in SOME way. It might not be in the way that someone on the outside sees it. We can't all find the same type of people attractive, that's just not the way things work.

Nevertheless, that's your 3rd post... so who are you?
post #60 of 261
<--dorky type
post #61 of 261
in my experience girls say they want "a nice guy" but they really don't lol. or they really do but end up with assholes.
post #62 of 261
Wellllllllll some shrink type folks will tell you that is stems from the female's desire to fix and change a man. They are molders and sculptors so they will want to fix the flaws in our fuckups. If someone seems to be 'perfect', what is there to fix?
post #63 of 261
Thread Starter 
i'm just a lurker on the forum.

i guess i just found it strange because this forum puts such an emphasis on exterior appearance that you would assume that the person would like so called "pretty" things. i do agree with the point that everyone has different tastes. but i just find it to be so drastic cause on one hand their appearance is so important to them but on the other hand the guys they end up with seem like the polar opposite.
post #64 of 261
Ok. What I look for in a MAN...

- sense of humor. Not just any humor. A humor like mine. Hard to come by...
- responsible. In my case, this has never happened. Ever.
- believes in God (yeah, I'm Christian)
- Loves animals as much as I do.
- Pays bills on time and is good at saving money.
- Loyal
- Compassionate
- Artistic
- Witty
- GIVES BACK RUBS- even when not asked.
- Can somewhat cook.
- Doesn't mind my obsession with jeans.
- Someone who can push me to my potential.
- Someone who can be supportive in my decision making, unless of course it's a bad decision...

Erm... I'm taking boyfriend applications so PM me with them.
post #65 of 261
Some things are nice to look at but not nice to take home with you and some things are all glitter and no substance. The same applies for human beings, both male and female.

Physical appearance can be: the extension of a person's personality and confidence, the attempt to hide a person's LACK of confidence, the desire to be socially acceptable, or just to look as if they have something going on with them; pretending to be something they are not.

Assume and you make an ass out of u and me.
post #66 of 261
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Nevertheless, that's your 3rd post... so who are you?
He's right.....



*GASP* is that you Peteralexia?
post #67 of 261
plastic_alligator that was soooo funny ahahahah
post #68 of 261
So when is AC Slater showing up in this thread?
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post #70 of 261
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Originally Posted by ryanduke View Post
in my experience girls say they want "a nice guy" but they really don't lol. or they really do but end up with assholes.
Nice guys almost always finish last. Sad but true.
post #71 of 261
^ LOL, are you competing with *Tee* for gross pics?
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post #73 of 261
I fucking hate that. ALL the nice guys have the bitchiest worst girlfriends, and all the nice girls have the biggest assholes for a boyfriend. I don't get it. I really just don't get it.
post #74 of 261
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Originally Posted by plastic_alligator View Post
I fucking hate that. ALL the nice guys have the bitchiest worst girlfriends, and all the nice girls have the biggest assholes for a boyfriend. I don't get it. I really just don't get it.
Maybe thats because only the nice guys will put up with all the bitching and the nice girls like being walked on. I think indifference has a lot to do with it. When I was dating I would always sweat the guy that wasn’t at my beck and call. I wouldn't let him know I was sweating him though.
post #75 of 261
IMO, being a 'pretty boy' is at best a small help, and at worst a great hindrance when trying to attract women.

What never fails is:

1. confidence
2. competitive drive
3. sense of humor

Things like a gentle manner, bank account, wardrobe, good taste, etc are all secondary to the "Big 3" as I see it.

I know a lot of gorgeous women, and looks don't matter much to them.

As far as clothes go...it's best to look as though you can wear nice things effortlessly than it is to look as though you've put mega time into your appearance. You want to be known as a good dresser....but not an overly meticulous one. And when people compliment your style, just shrug it off and move on to the next topic. If it looks like you set out to get the compliments in the first place, it compromises what you're trying to do.
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