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Originally Posted by MuppetFace View Post

 

often times a girl will desire to see a guy she likes as being a bit helpless on his own, like he needs her to take care of him to an extent.

 

I think this is my biggest problem with women.  I don't think I'm the slightest bit needy.  I'm perfectly comfortable being single (though I'd be excited if I wasn't), and I get the feeling women hate that.

 

The other problem is just getting myself to ask when someone seems interested.

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Oh and CdC, you might want to check out The Piano Guys on Youtube. They make some great music.
Edited by jgray91 - 2/25/13 at 2:26pm
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I just recently got caught up on your heady romantic saga and I would dissuade you from taking such a brusque and direct approach. Emotions are complex and must be cultivated over time, how are you supposed to know if she's "the one" from askin her out? You could be incompatible! No, lets take the rational and more scientific approach...

You have to first begin by researching your objet d'jour. Slyly infiltrate her circle of friends so that you are within the fringe of her social network, this way you will not be seen as an interloper and you can still bail out if the situation goes sour. Next, gain access to the group's next social gathering. A house party is ideal as it exudes a very relaxed atmosphere that can help facilitate casual conversations. Set up an icebreaker to initiate contact with your target, I would suggest something noncommittal and innocuous such as, "Sup?" and if she takes the bait, to follow with an open ended question, such as "so how bout them dodgers huh?" it doesn't really matter, you are trying to establish a flow of conversation not deliver an inaugural speech. Close the convo by asking for the deets, something like, "so I post on this site about headphones, how about you? You got FB or something?"

At this point you will have will have "friended" her on cyberspace and be privy to the most banal details of her life. Knowledge is power though, so spend months utilizing this information to carefully construct a facade that will appeal to her most. Insert yourself into her life at any given chance because who wouldn't leap at such a chance? Arm's length from her radiant beauty... 5 hour long conversations where she whines on and on about John McDouche and how she wishes he could be more sensitive and caring... More like you. Could life be any better? Of course not. Research French poetry and prepare a crown of sonnets for her, illustrating your perfect, undying love. It will keep you focused for the long journey ahead, and you can spring it on her when she's weeping in your arms after John McDouche has dumped her. This is your moment soldier, the precise moment when she will realize that it was you alone who's been there for her all along. How could she have been so stupid? You're perfect for each other. You can stop wafting the scent of her hair into your nostrils now, cause she's all yours buddy. Well done!

Wow! Brilliant. Who would have known that it could be summed up so simply as this. A step by step guide, perfect for what I need to win the girl of my dreams and force her to like me, not the repulsive jerks that I must defend her from at every moment. Why didn't someone tell me this sooner?
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Oh and CdC, you might want to check out The Piano Guys on Youtube. They make some great music.

+1

I like the covers they do with other yt artists as well. :)


Edited by Tangster - 2/25/13 at 2:28pm
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Originally Posted by compoopers View Post

Wow! Brilliant. Why didn't someone tell me this sooner?

As with all things, nothing ventured, nothing gained smily_headphones1.gif
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Wait, a guy stole her boyfriend from her and then married her? How voracious. 

I don't follow. I think. I'm not sure, let's see:

 

Woman A is having a relationship with Man A. Along comes Man B and steals away Man A from Woman A. 20 years later Man B marries Woman A.

 

This calls for huh-what.gif

 

 

 

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Oh and CdC, you might want to check out The Piano Guys on Youtube. They make some great music.
 
Thanks mate! L3000.gif

Edited by Coq de Combat - 2/25/13 at 2:30pm
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I don't follow. I think. I'm not sure, let's see:

 

Woman A is having a relationship with Man A. Along comes Man B and steals away Man A from Woman A. 20 years later Man B marries Woman A.

 

Sonds like a manga.

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I think this is my biggest problem with women.  I don't think I'm the slightest bit needy.  I'm perfectly comfortable being single (though I'd be excited if I wasn't), and I get the feeling women hate that.

 

Oh, but it totally goes both ways. Lots of guys get upset when a girl is perfectly happy being single.

 

For instance, when a girl gets out of a bad relationship. I've seen plenty of instances where a guy will console her, tell her she doesn't need that bastard, tell her she's strong, etc. etc. only to become furious and bitter when she doesn't immediately want to enter into a new relationship with him. Cue the "nice guys finish last" comments, the accusations of her using him or stringing him along, and so on and so forth.

 

You've got guys who want to be a knight in shining armor or prince charming just as much as you've got girls who want to be wet nurses or den mothers. And every once in a while, you've even got girls who want to be prince charming (ahem...).

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Sonds like a manga.

It's really one of those more rare stories you come across. Interesting none the less. A little bit confusing at first though.

 

Also, it's midnight over here. I'm going home.


Edited by Coq de Combat - 2/25/13 at 2:56pm
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ahahaha. The whole "nice guys" thing makes me laugh every time. I'm not really that desperate, so don't get me wrong. It's more of that I'm a little shy around strangers and I'm not too flirtatious, so I don't really naturally pick up girls.
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ahahaha. The whole "nice guys" thing makes me laugh every time. I'm not really that desperate, so don't get me wrong. It's more of that I'm a little shy around strangers and I'm not too flirtatious, so I don't really naturally pick up girls.

 

Yeah, I get where you're coming from. It's all too easy when you're shy but like someone to fall into the routine of being her confidant. You want to spend time with her, but you don't have the courage to make your feelings known, so you settle for a more casual friendship in the hopes that she develops deeper feelings. And maybe she does have feelings for you, but she doesn't think you're interested ironically. And by the time you confess them, she sees you as a good friend and gives you that classic "I don't want to ruin our friendship" line. It really sucks hearing that.

 

But I'm talking more about people who expect some kind of "reward" for listening or acting like they care. Like, an underhanded sort of friendship. In those cases it's not so much about being a "nice guy" as it is having questionable motivations for being someone's friend, or worse: preying on someone during a vulnerable time like after a breakup.

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ahahaha. The whole "nice guys" thing makes me laugh every time. I'm not really that desperate, so don't get me wrong. It's more of that I'm a little shy around strangers and I'm not too flirtatious, so I don't really naturally pick up girls.
It's probably been mentioned, but you should just try online dating as it will at least ensure that any potential women you encounter will be looking for dates as well. It will at the very least potentially spare you the disappointment of finding out someone you may be interested in, is already seeing someone. It's a numbers game really, you're not always going to knock it out of the park, but getting over a fear of failure is a very empowering thing
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<3 MuppetFace's Love Clinic <3

<3 MuppetFace's Love Clinic <3

<3 MuppetFace's Love Clinic <3

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Gotdamn, this is just like my Densha Otoko jdoramas o_O <_< ^^; <_>
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