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Do u have a boy/girlfriend?

yes  
22%
 
no, and I dont wanna have one  
22%
 
nope, but I wanna one  
54%
 

Total Votes : 145
hitomi #1
Posted: Jan 11, 2010 2:04 am Reply with quote
PEACH PEACH
Joined: 17 Feb 2009 Posts: 1933 Location: On Ai's speed dial!
Blondie, an old, old album, even for me, off the theme again, maybe the next song contest could be about numbers or time? Okay, back to our regular threading. Shocked


AAAAHHHH!! Not numbers!
 
tabou
Posted: Jan 19, 2010 4:29 pm Reply with quote
上塩タン焼680円 上塩タン焼680円
Joined: 09 Oct 2009 Posts: 365 Location: Finland
i do not have a boyfriend and i do not want one, i am too kind to them which ends up into such a situation where they take advantage of me and fill my head with lies to get something nasty out of me and them dump me back to the gutter. just because i'm "so easy". i have an utter trust issue with men. until i die. FOR LIFE.

apart from takanori nishikawa Tongue

so no. i like to think i do have some worth and so far men have only degraded me. men suck. Blank stare

which i btw dont realise why on earth should a man get offended if i say i'm a virgin and want to remain so. they call me a hoe for not giving them. sorry for bad words.
 
octocoffee
Posted: Jan 19, 2010 6:06 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 24 Jun 2007 Posts: 2496 Location: USA
Well, if they decide that your choices are something to be made fun of, then obviously they aren't men and don't even deserve your time. But not all guys are bad. (points to numerous males on Channel-Ai). I'm willing to bet the guys here probably know how to treat their significant other well, and there are more out in the world. We just gotta wait a little, ne?
 
tabou
Posted: Jan 20, 2010 10:32 am Reply with quote
上塩タン焼680円 上塩タン焼680円
Joined: 09 Oct 2009 Posts: 365 Location: Finland
yes i certainly hope these guys know how to treat a woman =D which i dont really doubt in the end because they have been nothing but friendly and kind.
but unfortunately the count of scumbags is way too high Shifty
i've done my waiting for a while though =) i'm focusing on myself only for some time now.
 
Koda
Posted: Jan 20, 2010 6:37 pm Reply with quote
クラゲ, 流れ星 クラゲ, 流れ星
Joined: 27 Oct 2008 Posts: 12319
High five, tabou Tongue I'm a guy but I can and will say that men are just ughh. Girls are often more trustworthy in a relationship (not that they ALWAYS are). Sometimes, guys can be just 100% pure poison for you Sneeze
 
Rodri
Posted: Jan 20, 2010 7:57 pm Reply with quote
クラゲ, 流れ星 クラゲ, 流れ星
Joined: 14 Mar 2007 Posts: 13565 Location: Tokyo
I have to disagree with this thing....I don't really think it's about boys and girls...
Most girls say boys suck.....but girls aren't the best thing too Tongue ..... Laughing
I see it a problem from most of people not something of gender xD
I've learned that most of people sucks and there's just a few ones that are still nice... Laughing Laughing


EDIT: All girls and boys here are nice...so don't be mad Tongue Giggle Giggle
 
sakuraangel
Posted: Jan 20, 2010 9:04 pm Reply with quote
クラゲ, 流れ星 クラゲ, 流れ星
Joined: 10 Feb 2007 Posts: 8011 Location: Canada
I think they were saying that was a way of comforting someone ...

But females and males both have their flaws and strengths. No one is born perfect, that is why we are human beings ... that make mistakes (probably on a daily basis).

Some women will never fully think well of guys because they think that males are incapable of discussing their emotions or the emotions someone else. BUT I don't think this is anyone's fault. There are guys out there that are comfortable with talking about emotions, it's just a matter of how they were raised and their personality.

While some males think that women are incapable of apologizing (honestly now, how often do most women treat their significant others to a meal, buy a flower or chocolates or jewelry to apologize ... one could say that guys don't usually want flowers ... but what if they did?) BUT again not all women are like this. Some do know how to say sorry when they know, they are the ones who did wrong, and some have other ways of saying sorry.

Certain experiences in life may traumatize you and you may end up disliking a certain gender in general. Hmm, everyone is entitled to their own opinion BUT it's not necessary fair to generalize your experience to that entire gender ... I guess XD
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Jan 20, 2010 11:54 pm Reply with quote
クラゲ, 流れ星 クラゲ, 流れ星
Joined: 14 Oct 2006 Posts: 3609 Location: Melbourne, Australia
Yeah, I think trust is a crucial factor in being in pairs. It just goes to show that if you can't have trust, then the relationship would be not balanced. Like octocoffee said, patience, one of the best virtues you carry. Looking for someone is difficult but the longer the wait perhaps it will be more worth it.

I've said many times, when I graduate from high school, I will see what I can do. But I'm sure there's heaps of other guys in the world who are better. In the end like sakura said, it wouldn't be fair to criticise the entire gender itself. But if you want some alone time, that's fine and come back when you're ready. Smile
 
woaini
Posted: Jan 21, 2010 12:48 am Reply with quote
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Joined: 14 Oct 2009 Posts: 15207 Location: the boonies
yes. this problem cannot be entirely classified to one specific gender... both men and women are guilty of this... Tongue i know... ive seen it... Blank stare it all comes down to personality and how you are raised and what you believe... even if that isnt really the best way to go about things...
 
tabou
Posted: Jan 23, 2010 2:53 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 09 Oct 2009 Posts: 365 Location: Finland
i was mostly referring to those sorry ones i have encountered. and it is a fact the best ones are often taken or unreachable. then again different people value different personalities, so something i think as "best" or a scumbag might be the opposite to someone else.
im just tired of disappointments in general. i have lost all of the trust with men. i get suspicious in a matter of seconds. my mind's been played too much. my flaw is always forgiving and believing.
 
woaini
Posted: Jan 23, 2010 3:17 pm Reply with quote
クラゲ, 流れ星 クラゲ, 流れ星
Joined: 14 Oct 2009 Posts: 15207 Location: the boonies
yes the good ones are either taken or uninterested.... No
and thats a problem i have too... i trust people too much and give them the benifit of the doubt even when they have proven they are up to no good and dont deserve the time of day... Mad repeated dissapointments are very hard to get over.... Sad
 
mangomalte
Posted: Jan 23, 2010 8:41 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 10 Oct 2006 Posts: 3587 Location: Sweden
yeah, trust most definitely is a big part of a relationship. i don't really have much experience of which gender would be the one less trustable, for me it's all up to the person in question, not really anything to do with the gender.

tabou wrote:
which i btw dont realise why on earth should a man get offended if i say i'm a virgin and want to remain so. they call me a hoe for not giving them. sorry for bad words.
wow... yeah, that's pretty scumbagish.
most of my friends know i'm a virgin too. and most that it's a choice i've made too. i'm saving for who i know is right for me. feels kinda weird sometimes, like the other day my friend went like "yeah, i better not have any sex tomorrow morning or i'll come late for the first lecture". lol. anyways, most of my immediatest friends are likeminded atm. Smile

alright... on a different note.
question: does your elder siblings/friends/parents/whatever also try to hook you up with people? lately i've been hearing a lot of stuff like that... Laughing
a couple of weeks ago i had three friends talking about who they should pair me up with, one which asked "do you like older women? i have this friend in Korea...".
today my sis was like "why don't you get together with that Canadian girl? she was very nice. and good looking.", and yes she is both of those. but she's like... 9 years older than me, even if she looks like only 3 years older. my sis didn't think that was much of a problem, though... Shocked
and then they went over on a Korean friend of mine, whom i thought was a couple of years older than me, when apparently she's soon 30 (now i know why she doesn't show her age on facebook Tongue). but you know, i kinda feel younger than i am, i think. at least not older.
and then they went over on the new Singaporean students for this term... and after a bit of talking they've pinpointed the girl who's bike brakes i fixed a couple of days ago and in whose room i spent half the night... :O watching a movie together. Tongue now, i ain't sayin' i'm not interested, not at all. actually, i think we've started off our friendship very fast and she's very nice and open and talkative (and she's 21, not over half a decade older than me). i just find it... strange (and kinda uncomfortable) when people go pairing me up with people. they were commenting on stuff like "you gotta wear purple, she likes purple" and told me to fix my hair a bit more. which i ought to anyway, so that's good advice. but the whole thing just... i dunno. i know they're doing it from a friendly point of view and wanna help me, but yah... i've only known her for 10 days now, lol.
anyone else have some similar experiences? Confused

and if anything happens here, i'm kinda fearing a potentional long distance relationship. Confused but my bro's a pro at that. and i wouldn't mind another reason to go to Singapore. Smile
lol, i'm most probably overthinking this thing.
anyway. ganbarimasu!
 
mangomalte
Posted: Jan 24, 2010 6:08 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 10 Oct 2006 Posts: 3587 Location: Sweden
okay, so... today was just filled with me and... B, i'll call her.
went to church at 11 am, came a bit late, but she scooted over so i could sit beside her. and then after service there was the fika (i dunno what else to call this than "tea time", but it's not really the same thing), sitting and talking with all the Singaporeans. and then B and me went around town shopping grocery and other stuff. and then we had a pizza, which took a while to finish. we went home at around 4 pm. and then she needed some help with something so we started chatting on and off from 7 pm to 10 pm when she had to make me translate something someone said in swedish, so then we skyped. so i just hung up after a 2 hour long talk... basically we spent the whole day together, lol.

but i realized she's asking most of the questions about stuff. it's not like i don't want to know, but i guess she's more talkative. i should turn the conversation around a bit more...
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Jan 24, 2010 7:41 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 14 Oct 2006 Posts: 3609 Location: Melbourne, Australia
Hey guys, I just want to say something off my chest.

You know how I told you guys that me and that girl were just friends if we went out places. Well, I kind of feel like I said it in a way that would make it look like we were more than that. So I feel kind of awkward and I haven't been talking to her a lot lately and just commenting on her wall posts on Facebook. Like mango said, I think it's me instead of the girl who is more talkative. Embarassed I just hope I did things right and didn't go overboard. There is no way I'm making the same mistake twice. In the end of the day, we're just friends so the direction I guess is correct.

Just to let you know guys. Smile
 
mangomalte
Posted: Jan 26, 2010 11:13 am Reply with quote
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Joined: 10 Oct 2006 Posts: 3587 Location: Sweden
^ oh, hope it all works out and she doesn't get weirded out by you... Confused

okay... so B didn't have anything to do tonight, so now she's heading over here in a couple of hours. and since i've been renovating here i'm cleaning this place up frantically. Laughing but she knows so she's expecting some mess at least. gotta go buy stuff to cook with too.
anyways, i'm looking forward to this evening. we're gonna eat dinner (and hopefully she'll like my cooking) and then we're going to lay some jigsaw puzzle. she seems all hyped about it, haha. Giggle

gotta go!

edit: i gotta admit... i feel kinda like Densha Otoko here... Laughing
 
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