THW wrote:the safety with movies is I can enjoy most anything I watch. I'm picky with my music, so 9.5 out of 10 times I'll hate what you recommend or play for me.
Tom the Cat wrote:Because if she makes a suggestion and I don't follow it, there's little-to-no guilt trip associated with it. If she makes a CD and I don't listen to it, there's a fairly substantial guilt trip of 'I went to all the trouble to make this for you and you won't even listen to it?!'
John Ford wrote:the answer is whatever makes daoist sound more abrasive and unlikeable.
daoist wrote:I am unwilling or unable to further discuss my position. So I have to wonder, why do I keep trolling?
WrenchHead wrote:After your first fight, you can kiss your mix tapes goodbye.
The good part is that with mininova and piratebay, you can whip out a mixtape in like 10 minutes if you feel the need to reciprocate. Gone are the days of pouring over your cassette singles to get a whole 90 minute TDK full of Every Rose Has Its Thorn by Poison, and Finally Found the Love of a Lifetime by Firehouse.
themadninja wrote:This whole "homework? screw that" attitude is basically like coming home to find she's spent hours making you dinner and saying, "Wow, thanks honey, that looks nice, but I don't really have time to sit down and eat a fancy meal. How about you come blow me while I watch football and eat pizza instead?"
Well, I'm so excited for tonight, I actually cannot sleep.
Monsignor wrote:Life is not precious. There's craploads of it.
nippletwister wrote:I'm a fuller person when my lady is around.
Pesto wrote:It was great to meet someone as dorky as me. There's a board game group that gets together every other Sunday. I'm going to ask if she wants to go to that. Also, not a SIF. She's certainly no pole vault girl, but I wouldn't call her fat.
Pesto wrote:We're going to go play board games tomorrow, and she wants to make me a mix CD.
Something's not right here. Everything is going too smoothly.
Pesto wrote:To be fair, I do say in my profile that I listen to too much classical music and am trying to branch out.
Pesto wrote:How do you know a girl likes you?Pesto's future main squeeze wrote:Well, I'm so excited for tonight, I actually cannot sleep.
Pesto wrote:Thumbs up and smooth sailing. We've only been seeing each other for a little over two months, so it's a little early for marriage talk.
Pesto wrote:I can officially state, this is the longest relationship I've ever been in.
Pesto wrote:Okay, so that was officially the longest relationship I've ever been in.
It was more painful than I expected, but I broke up with my girlfriend tonight. I've had two beers and about half a bottle of wine.
Maybe I'll post more tomorrow when I'm more lucid.
P.S. it took me about ten minutes to write this post sot that itieididnt' ,ooc lke htis.
The trick is finding one you like enough that you're willing to cash in your testes at the starting line and become the doormat of.
Pesto wrote:Thanks, but Larry King probably gives better relationship advice.
WrenchHead wrote:All I'm saying is the most successful couples in the ~30 age range live their life based on compromised values. People like me fight constantly and anger everyone around me because "we're not changing"
My assumptions about pesto's relationship are based off of the three paragraphs of text he provide in a 7 month timespan. He probably left out all sort of lurid details
Pesto wrote:WrenchHead wrote:All I'm saying is the most successful couples in the ~30 age range live their life based on compromised values. People like me fight constantly and anger everyone around me because "we're not changing"
Those two sentences make no sense together.
Pesto wrote:Basically, the two of us were competing for time with me.
She was always around, and that would make me all cranky. I'd eventually get a night off, and things would be peachy again, but that stopped working after a while, and I ended up in a perpetual state of crankiness.
servotron wrote:Pesto, you should definitely make it known that you appreciate solitary time mixed in with time spent with the lady. No need to sugar coat it or make it sound worse than it is, just matter-of-fact.
Pesto wrote:servotron wrote:Pesto, you should definitely make it known that you appreciate solitary time mixed in with time spent with the lady. No need to sugar coat it or make it sound worse than it is, just matter-of-fact.
Yeah, I realize that, but I also know that would have never worked with my ex. There were other things besides that, too.
My only commentary, which probably isn't welcome is that if you don't fall in love the moment you lock eyes, it's probably going to take a lot of work or a traumatic experience for the both of you to get into deep love.
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