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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I don't persue women over 30 unless they have an active interest in me to start with. I used she, and Antimony asked who, so I said no one specific. The comment about not chasing guys was my reason for using she.
    Makes sense. So if you liked the look of a woman in her mid 30's, are you saying you wouldn't persue her as she hasn't made the first move?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Makes sense. So if you liked the look of a woman in her mid 30's, are you saying you wouldn't persue her as she hasn't made the first move?
    Or at least looked open/interested. 30 is 4 years older than me and often it's hard to talk someone 2 years older than me into seeing me as more than just another boy not worth her time. I've been bleeding energy since I was 20, so I'm trying to become more efficient with my use of it in every area of my life - including dating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post


    Darling, noone could seduce you. Would be fun trying though.

    This is just great. Not even ESFJs are afraid of hurting my feelings any more.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    This is just great. Not even ESFJs are afraid of hurting my feelings any more.



    feelings? We don't have feelings...not anymore. *sigh*
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecantSquared View Post
    feelings? We don't have feelings...not anymore. *sigh*
    This is exactly about what I was talking about. It is better for as if can persuade them that we have them but since even ESFJs are not buying it anymore we need to change some strategies .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    This is exactly about what I was talking about. It is better for as if can persuade them that we have them but since even ESFJs are not buying it anymore we need to change some strategies .
    hmm, you're probably right. The question is, what is it that we must do? maybe we should try beating THEM up, bringing them to our house, and then leaving, so that they've been abducted and brought into our homes, and so all they have to do is sit there and seduce us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecantSquared View Post
    hmm, you're probably right. The question is, what is it that we must do? maybe we should try beating THEM up, bringing them to our house, and then leaving, so that they've been abducted and brought into our homes, and so all they have to do is sit there and seduce us.


    This is just too much work, telling others how to know when and how we can be seduced. I still vote for the 'seduce me' sign (tee shirt, whatever). Hell I'll even buy the alcohol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post


    This is just too much work, telling others how to know when and how we can be seduced. I still vote for the 'seduce me' sign (tee shirt, whatever). Hell I'll even buy the alcohol...
    seduce me t-shirt? that sounds good. hell, that sounds AWESOME! No work for us, and we still put it out there, which we shouldn't have to in the first place. other than for the fact that we don't go out into the public and...you know, act normal. *remembers murders well* so with the shirt, they'll know as soon as they see us!! YES! YES! IT IS THE PERFECT IDEA! *laughs devilishly* *head twists on neck*
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecantSquared View Post
    seduce me t-shirt? that sounds good. hell, that sounds AWESOME! No work for us, and we still put it out there, which we shouldn't have to in the first place. other than for the fact that we don't go out into the public and...you know, act normal. *remembers murders well* so with the shirt, they'll know as soon as they see us!! YES! YES! IT IS THE PERFECT IDEA! *laughs devilishly* *head twists on neck*
    Grand idea eh? The only effort I have to put forward is to get myself dressed, and spend a few bucks. The point is clear, and can't be misunderstood or confused by the nonsense that comes out of my mouth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Grand idea eh? The only effort I have to put forward is to get myself dressed, and spend a few bucks. The point is clear, and can't be misunderstood or confused by the nonsense that comes out of my mouth.
    Exactly! *high fives then decides better of putting the effort into such a useless waste of energy*
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