Posted Fri Nov 25, 2011 06:04 PM
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Posted Sat Nov 26, 2011 01:53 PM
Well now how refreshing beauty, class, intelligent, honest, plus you like cats, you're a fine example of sexy and enthralling personality, Nice place to live too, its beautiful, nice to have a boat there too, oh I'd never dump one girl to go out with another while still in the relationship, rude, cruel and you are right if they would do it to one, they do it again to another, they care only about themselves and always will. I like you.
Posted Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:36 AM
I don't want you to take this the wrong way, KainMalice, but this thought process is really strange to me. You've been "pre-screened" because you've had at least one girlfriend? I'm not even sure what that's supposed to mean. I mean, just because you've dated someone doesn't necessarily mean you were a good partner. And just telling a girl that you've had a girlfriend before doesn't mean anything. I mean, you're still a stranger to me, and telling me that you were in a relationship once doesn't tell me anything about your personality, what you're like in a relationship, what your sense of humor is like, what kind of music you're into, why that relationship ended, etc. Just because you dated someone else doesn't mean we'd be compatible, for example. Does that make sense? Who you've dated before wouldn't matter to me at all and doesn't prove anything to me.
And I feel like you're making generalizations again. It's not necessarily true that women are attracted to attached guys more than they are to unattached guys. It may seem or feel that way, but that doesn't make it true. It would be horrible of you to date a girl you're not attracted to just to try to find a girl you deem to be "better" than her. I don't think dating should be seen as a "ladder" - i.e. start at the bottom of the barrel and work your way up to girls who aren't ugly. That's a terrible thought! An unhappy relationship isn't much of a relationship, IMO, and you should be happy about anybody you date. Being attracted to someone and enjoying their company should make you want to date them - not the idea that you'll attract other "better" women because you're not single.
Plus, another member made a good point. If you're using someone else to attract, say, me, I'd be really turned off by that because what's to stop you from using me the same way to find someone "better" than me? What's to stop you from making me another rung on your ladder? I wouldn't want to get involved with you because I'd be worried that you didn't really want to be with me or weren't attracted to me at all.