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I just think that clothes are a rather superficial thing to judge someone by.
I could understand if I had 37 facial piercings and dressed like I was homeless or had purple hair or somthing. But I don't. I dress how I like to dress, but there's nothing unusual or out of the ordinary about it.
If all else fails. Try an older woman, we're desperate!
Whoah. that's a turn off, If you're desperate, who wants that!!!111
Hmm, I dunno..
Where is my vodka.. she knows how to make my liver throb with desire...
*allo baby, fancy a dance... yes on the floor sideways.. oooh youre saucy..*
reply to post by violet
omg I hope your joking! You must be joking?
I might be older but I can assure you I am not desperate nor fed up. I am interested in other things rather than sex or a relationship.
I wish there was another way to find someone, other than dating. For me, it takes two or three dates to tell if I want to be with this person. With the women I date that is not the case. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but it must be something.
Let me walk you through a typical date for me.
1. Meet woman at prearranged location for dinner.
2. Open door, pull out chair, allow her to order first, ect... you know, be a gentleman.
3. Try to have an interesting conversation. Learn about eachother, ect.
4. Ask to see eachother again, get told "Only as friends, I don't see us dating."
Okay, that was a very basic runthrough, I know. Nearly every time it seems like we've both had a good time and that there will be other dates but there are not. Every time I'm told that "We should just be friends." I'm sorry, what did I miss?
reply to post by InvisibleOwl
Please don't think I'm dismissing what you said, but...
Your GF probably had romantic feelings for you while you were still friends. Believe me, there is nothing fictional about the "friend zone" as ridiculous as it sounds.
Once a woman starts seeing you as "just a friend" you may as well be her brother. I've been down that road way too many times with the same results every time.