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Ah good luck! I too am off to the pub tonight - fundraising pub quiz for our girls cycling club. I'll have to see if I can impress any men with my vast wealth of knowledge *coughs*
AYE RIGHT! Cider and crisps it is
Lee well said
Sorry Pea but Javier was out of stock this morning when I put the order in. They offered an alterntive product but I said you'd rather wait. Apparently he's quite a popular chap
I do now try to consciously not give off too many friendly vibes in work situations as it's just plain akward when it's misunderstood. I don't like to have to be anything other than me but I've had a couple of stalker type situations before which have arisen out of polite interest being mistaken for something more. I am still very much me in other social situations though
Ooooh, and I am no longer a 'reject' as far as London is concerned .... could this mean that I will no longer be a reject in lurve race either .....
Nam wrote (see)
However, the calm confidence that comes from someone who is just true to himself is really sexy.
Cake wrote (see)
Easierly said Parky but from blokes perspective if someone get’s the wrong idea or takes something the wrong way can be a massive problem. I’m talking from experience.
popsider wrote (see)
Cake wrote (see) Easierly said Parky but from blokes perspective if someone get’s the wrong idea or takes something the wrong way can be a massive problem. I’m talking from experience.
...so what do all you single guys do to proactively meet someone? (go out to clubs, pubs, go on dating websites etc) or do you all just drift along hoping to bump into someone?
Just interested to know.
Right two can play at that game!
If wishes were like leaves, falling from the sky, an dreams could all come true, what in the world would I do? I wouldnt want a porsche, or to win the lottery, not for me a diamond, nor fame nor celebrity, All I want is you, that would be the best, if you were here beside me, I'd be rich enough.
Don't make me get out the big guns.
Best advice of the thread Cake
The trick is finding the person you can be yourself with, rather than contriving to be what you think they want.
BDB just be yourself. If the lady in question isn't inpressed by that then she's not worth it mate.
Aye, very true!
Oh, and 'Awwwww' to you too Cake
Tickled Pink wrote (see)
There will be a person who looks like they belong to a cult wandering about this thread saying 'buy a rose for the loveleeee laydee' soon if we're not careful
Ah but Lea, have you ever bought flowers for a man?
Hmm, I don't think so.... Not that I can recall anyway! The guys i've been with aren't the sort to have wanted flowers, and would have probably thought 'WTF?!'. I, however, am the sort who loves flowers, and would think 'Fabulous!' if a man bought me some
Edit: i've sent a man chocolates before, does that count?!
Sorry folks, was feeling a little melancholy last night. Comes and goes.
A friend bought me some sunflowers recently and it was lovely to receive them (step forward and blush TP).
The One and Only XFR Bear wrote (see)
I wouldn't get excited by the flowers themselves, more by the gift. I've never understood why some women seem to see it as a one way street as far as gifts are concerned.
Oh no I wouldn't say that. Or I mean I don't think that. I have to admit I don't think a guy should always be buying me stuff, not at all. I wee gift (or 'minding' as we say in Scotland), when unexpected, would be fab, and much appreciated, but isn't necessary. I would definitely get my guy some wee things as a surprise, and would love to do so Giving is as much fun as receiving
*resist the joke, RESIST......*
Aw TP you are a sweetheart!