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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    Sorry Victor, but I really hate having conversations in restaurants. Guys always aks me out to this kind of dates, because they "want to get to know" me. The only thing they'll get to know about me this way is the fact that I hate eating in front of other people and that I hate watching people eat. By the way, it's so serious. I don't want to get serious right away. I want to have fun, see if you can laugh with the other person first. I don't want to get to know their exact degrees, their first pet's name, all the people they've had dates with, their mother's best recipes, their medical history and their aunt's favorite television show right away.
    Oh, I think a conversation can be more interesting than getting, "to know their exact degrees, their first pet's name, all the people they've had dates with, their mother's best recipes, their medical history and their aunt's favorite television show right away".

    A conversation can be warm and amusing, interspersed with a turn on the dance floor between courses, and there is the tone of voice and the twinkle in the eye.

    And a conversation has a rhythm like a good poem.

    Paintball, though, may have its own charms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Oh, I think a conversation can be more interesting than getting, "to know their exact degrees, their first pet's name, all the people they've had dates with, their mother's best recipes, their medical history and their aunt's favorite television show right away".

    A conversation can be warm and amusing, interspersed with a turn on the dance floor between courses, and there is the tone of voice and the twinkle in the eye.

    And a conversation has a rhythm like a good poem.

    Paintball, though, may have its own charms.
    I just know that most candlelight dinners are like job interviews. They need to know every stupid detail about me (like: "Have you ever worn braces, and if so, when?" and "Tell me about all of your exes and give me the details of your relationships"). It's never fun.

    Paintball, however, is very practical. You can get to know how much pain the other person can handle and if the other person can aim well. If the guy can't aim, I know that we should never get in a relationship because if we woud get to live together, he wouldn't pee in the toilet, but on the walls (and then I would have to pay a lot of money to buy paint to have him pain the walls he peed on).
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    I don't actually have an irritant about them that bothers me enough to say so. I suppose when men spit anywhere near me. Or if you want to have a conversation that takes longer than the intermission between periods of a hockey game I'm watching (emergencies excluded). Not loading the dishwasher right in an attempt to get out of doing it. That's about it.
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    Your hair looks fine. Your face looks fine. Makeup is fine. Ass looks especially fine and not fat. It's just a restaurant, not the White House. Let's go. Letsgoletsgoletsgoletsgoletsgooooooo....

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    why are you always trying to take my car and my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    If you do seriously consider asking me out on a date like that, you can tattoo "I'M BORING!" on your forehead as well, because to me it's the same thing. Be original!
    I dunno... a forehead tattoo IS pretty original. I don't know too many people with that tattooed to their foreheads.
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    Usually it's individual traits that annoy me more than "male sterotypical" traits...in fact I'm far more irritated by "female stereotypical traits".

    I suppose, expecting girls to spend 5 times as much time as guys on looking pretty, in our free time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Usually it's individual traits that annoy me more than "male sterotypical" traits...in fact I'm far more irritated by "female stereotypical traits".

    I suppose, expecting girls to spend 5 times as much time as guys on looking pretty, in our free time.
    Do we really expect this though? I mean, we expect it to happen because you do it, but if you cut out about...75% of things you do, do you think we'd notice?



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