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#61 Old 05-27-2010, 09:08 AM
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I am not attracted by old women, the younger they are the better.

Does this mean you dump them as soon as they get too old, and look for a fresh one?

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#62 Old 05-27-2010, 09:26 AM
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Does this mean you dump them as soon as they get too old, and look for a fresh one?

I have never "dumped" anyone, they've always got in first... and I've never had an old partner.

How I would cope with aging in my partner I don't know. It would just be speculation to say anything. Would probably depend on a lot of unforeseeable things.
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Does this mean you dump them as soon as they get too old, and look for a fresh one?



What do you with your partners that are past their explanation dates?
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I have never "dumped" anyone, they've always got in first... and I've never had an old partner.

How I would cope with aging in my partner I don't know. It would just be speculation to say anything. Would probably depend on a lot of unforeseeable things.

I've found that when you love someone you don't tend to notice.



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What do you with your partners that are past their explanation dates?

Partners? What partners? What's an explanation date?

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What's an explanation date?



That's what I wondered too.
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An explanation date is the time when the person has grown so bad in the relationship that you find yourself explaining to all your friends and family why you're still with that person.



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I figured the explanation date was when you asked them out to give them the bad news that you were dumping them for either being too ___________ or not being _______________ enough.

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Someone needs to make breakup madlibs.
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#69 Old 05-29-2010, 08:31 AM
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Oh right, well there's lots of *****y girls at the main uni, and erm, sweaty boys =p



Hahha do you seriously write essays on Topshop?



Yeah I get to graduate at the Minster so that's pretty cool, hope i pass everything though =S



Ah that sounds lovely. =)



There are a lot of *****y girls everywhere... You forget I just said I do fashion. =/ [And no, we do not serious write essays on Topshop...!]



I added you on MSN anyhoo so talk to you there sometime. =)
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Yeah, why are so many girls *****es?

Cool, I hope to get t oknow you better =)

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Someone needs to make breakup madlibs.



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i wonder if anyones ever hooked up as a result of this thread ??
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It looks a bit pedestrian but there's bound to be some hot PM action behind the scenes.

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I wanna hear the gossip!!!




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It looks a bit pedestrian but there's bound to be some hot PM action behind the scenes.



you said that with a little too much confidence, so have you seen some of this hot action ??
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*mopes because she is a pedestrian most days*

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i wonder if anyones ever hooked up as a result of this thread ??



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O'right... I'm posting...

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I'm in too. I doubt this is going to work


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Age preference: Ehmmm... I want a guy whose mental age's around 27 - 30

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Age: somehow 37. I was 25 just last year, I swear!

Age preference: Considering that I did just date a girl 17 years younger and that wasn't a problem, I'm open to ages 21 to around my age. I'd prefer 25 to 37 as I not out trying to 'score', I want something real that can last.

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Level of veggie-ism: Strict Vegetarian - no leather, no rennet, no animsl enzymes, no fried foods which share oil with meat.

General interests: I've been in the goth/industrial scene for decades, but I'm not close minded. I love warm weather, hate the cold, love the ocean, and want to find someone that at least agrees with that. I don't plan on moving North again (snow is evil).

I'm odd, think outside of the norm, like most animals but can't stand dogs - they just irk me. I love cats, but as they eat meat, I can not care for them and do not have any. I have a bunny, and he is really a good bunny.

Cynical sometimes, goofy most of the time. I work for myself and set my own hours. I once was trying to buy a church to live in, but changed my mind and tried to buy a school instead. The loan was approved and I had my stuff moved in, but then the bank said no (after approving) because they were worried what would happen if I defaulted. So I'm back to renting.

Love Indian food the most, followed by Mexican (when it is veggie friendly). Papa Johns is also a favorite (the use microbial enzymes in their cheese).

I like petite cute girls, not model types. Must have a physical, psychological, chemical attraction.

Roar.

Single vegetarian for 19 years seeks tasty vegetables to devour. Reply only if interested in being consumed whole.
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I once was trying to buy a church to live in, but changed my mind and tried to buy a school instead.

What kind of church?

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I forgot, pictures of me in various states (of being):

Exit of Psyche Corporation (2010):
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Exit Zoolander (2006):
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Exit: Portrait of a Serial Killer (2002)
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Exit of 99¢ Special:
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Exit as Frank Swift in the year 1871 (1990):
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What kind of church?

Why, the Church of 99!



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Wait, your name isn't really Dana Scully? I'm disappointed.
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I hope the Church was the Church of Euthanasia. I mean what a freakin' sweet deal that would be, collecting rent from people who tell others to commit suicide, but they keep hanging around forever and The Exit Man gets to collect rent from them, year after year.
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I hope the Church was the Church of Euthanasia. I mean what a freakin' sweet deal that would be, collecting rent from people who tell others to commit suicide, but they keep hanging around forever and The Exit Man gets to collect rent from them, year after year.

Actually, I became a reverend and intended to hold 'sermons' every Friday and Saturday night. Basically, I'd get up, speak a little about my beliefs, then the church band of the evening would play for a couple hours.

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Sounds like a gig for me (guitarist in the Church band), although the thought of regular hours would be a crushing blow on my creativity. I remember video of David Koresh with 100 watt Marshalls in the background and I thought, someone could take that in the right direction.
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Wait, your name isn't really Dana Scully? I'm disappointed.

Sadly, no. But I may legally change it some day.
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