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    Are you two saying that I am right? Hmm... "manly" and "strong" I completely made that up, I can't believe you both agreed with me!

    Yeah, there are not many women here.... small town + me being shy= not many women

    But I am moving in a few weeks to a city full of wimminz! There MUST be a woman I can find there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by countrygirl View Post
    This is true but I've also found that women in general are not allowed to be sexually open in public least they're shunned as a whore.
    If my wife did that to me, I would not call her whore. I would be very embarrassed though in front of my parents and like I said... I would get my revenge later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    Are you two saying that I am right? Hmm... "manly" and "strong" I completely made that up, I can't believe you both agreed with me!

    Yeah, there are not many women here.... small town + me being shy= not many women

    But I am moving in a few weeks to a city full of wimminz! There MUST be a woman I can find there!
    Why wouldn't you be 'manly and strong'? Hmmm...me think you need to work on your confidence. And yes being shy sucks, I got over mine with time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    If my wife did that to me, I would not call her whore. I would be very embarrassed though in front of my parents and like I said... I would get my revenge later.
    I should of said 'single' women. In a relationship it is different. But I am old so maybe things have changed?

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    I don't know, I seem to be kind of traditional myself. Not sure if age has anything to do with it. I mean, I bet Warm does the same thing as you! It would not surprise me.

    I guess I am manly and strong, and you are right, I having barely any confidence and being very shy and quiet does not help me any. =(
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    Use your sister's wedding to work on not being shy and quite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrygirl View Post
    Use your sister's wedding to work on not being shy and quite.
    I guess so, that is all I can do. =( So, how do I pick out the SJ females at the wedding? That is, how do I discern them from the NF's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    I guess so, that is all I can do. =( So, how do I pick out the SJ females at the wedding? That is, how do I discern them from the NF's?
    Don't be sad! Remember the bigger picture -- you are developing skills so that you can persue women with more confidence.

    A better question would be to ask yourself what kind of women are you looking for? What qualities do you want?

    Before I met my husband, I made a list of thing that I needed and wanted in a husband. As far as I can remember:

    - over 6' in height (I am tall)
    -emotional maturity
    -understood my need for independance and space (I didn't realize I was introverted)
    -had the same humor as me

    He matched all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    I guess I am manly and strong, and you are right, I having barely any confidence and being very shy and quiet does not help me any. =(
    SHY???? You was the first person to talk to me on here and being a little flirty if i remember correctly. . Do you not find talking to people online has increased your confidence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by countrygirl View Post
    Don't be sad! Remember the bigger picture -- you are developing skills so that you can persue women with more confidence.

    A better question would be to ask yourself what kind of women are you looking for? What qualities do you want?

    Before I met my husband, I made a list of thing that I needed and wanted in a husband. As far as I can remember:

    - over 6' in height (I am tall)
    -emotional maturity
    -understood my need for independance and space (I didn't realize I was introverted)
    -had the same humor as me

    He matched all of them.
    I'm developing a skill that I don't have!

    Ooohh.... I have listed ALL of my standards for a woman in the "SJ Standards" thread. But, I am wondering if they are too high. Others on the forum say they are not, but I still wonder. =(

    Sas> I do remember being the first to talk to you, but I do not recall... being "flirty" with you. In fact, I believe it was the other way around! I see how it is, trying to blame ME for being the flirty one!

    Anyways, talking on here I have lots of confidence because I am not trying to impress. I am simply trying to figure out how to impress... if that makes any sense. And I don't want to take over this thread, as I am not an SJ girl and I will get reprimanded.
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