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post #1321 of 1393
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Were you expecting her to be amazed by the FiiO? This is a rather niche hobby... You can't just toss gear at someone and expect them to understand, much less appreciate or even be able to hear any difference. More likely she just views it as something weird and obscure and has no idea what to think or feel. She can't give you any sort of meaningful reaction, and now it's a frustrating experience for both of you.

Yeap! You jinxed it frown.gif her friend told me it was because she's afraid that I would take my audio toys over her and her friend told me also that she told her that she think one of the other girl fits me better which I disgrace
post #1322 of 1393
Thread Starter 

So she tells her friend to tell you that she thinks there's someone else that'd be a better match?

 

You're all teenagers right? I mean... geez, ok, ditch the gifts, forget everything, walk away for a bit and think about things.

 

What do you want out of this? What's the point? I'm reading so much confusion and uncertainty here. You're not thinking straight and are leaving confusing gifts and messages. She's not sure what she's doing either and is now in her head pairing you up with someone else? Ugh, this is like a soap opera written by monkeys. At least poop slinging lets you know where you stand. This? Not even.

post #1323 of 1393
I think your right but I asked her very close friend about it
post #1324 of 1393
I did this last year, just stop trying so hard and if it will happen it will and if not it won't. Ironically the girl I was in your shoes over now is actually over cause my sisters birthday and crushes on me but I'm with someone else who suits me much better. But when I was acting like a lost dog all I did was turn her away from me but after stopping caring that changed. Anyways just stop with the gifts and do your own thing, you have your whole life to find the perfect girl for you, no sense in rushing.
post #1325 of 1393
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Ugh, this is like a soap opera written by monkeys. At least poop slinging lets you know where you stand. This? Not even.

Put enough monkeys in a room with typewriters and eventually they'll produce Shakespeare. If they've already turned out a soap opera, I'd say they're making good time. :-)
post #1326 of 1393

Reading his story makes me rather uncomfortable.. Why on earth would you give someone an amp and earphones with 81 languages of "something" on them.?

post #1327 of 1393
Agreed T.T
post #1328 of 1393

so, my weird story:

 

back in the day i was conned into going on a blind date with a large woman named amanda.  she ordered a large burger and ate with such authority i worried for my rear motorcycle spring.  perhaps i should tighten things up should she 'need' a ride home.  we ate mostly in silence with the occasional observation at the sunny skies outside.  being that i really didnt want to be there i hid my frown, but it was obvious.  turns out she was native american, awesome as i am too.  turns out she's navajo as well, i am too.  turns out she was from the 'redhouse' clan, what a weird coincidence, i was too.  turns out we were cousins, distant cousins.  according to clan structures i was her uncle.  we laughed it off and got plenty high at the bar.  strangest date thus far.  anyway.

post #1329 of 1393
Strange way to meet family!
post #1330 of 1393
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Originally Posted by roscoofyore View Post
 

so, my weird story:

 

back in the day i was conned into going on a blind date with a large woman named amanda.  she ordered a large burger and ate with such authority i worried for my rear motorcycle spring.  perhaps i should tighten things up should she 'need' a ride home.  we ate mostly in silence with the occasional observation at the sunny skies outside.  being that i really didnt want to be there i hid my frown, but it was obvious.  turns out she was native american, awesome as i am too.  turns out she's navajo as well, i am too.  turns out she was from the 'redhouse' clan, what a weird coincidence, i was too.  turns out we were cousins, distant cousins.  according to clan structures i was her uncle.  we laughed it off and got plenty high at the bar.  strangest date thus far.  anyway.

Worst Dates back up and running :beerchug:

post #1331 of 1393
Thread Starter 

I once jumped out of a plane on a first date...

post #1332 of 1393
Good start! Hope the end, er I mean landing was successful.
post #1333 of 1393
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Originally Posted by drgajet View Post

Hope the end, er I mean landing was successful.

 

I would actually find it more fascinating if it weren't successful, since that would imply that Armaegis has rejoined us from the spirit world*, in a corporeal form capable of typing on a keyboard.

 

*Assuming the worst, of course--I would imagine a large percentage of unsuccessful plane jumps are fatal.

post #1334 of 1393
Thread Starter 

Funny enough, it was actually a rather boring experience.

 

The girl was painfully shy and almost impossible to get conversation out of. I was practically talking to myself and just throwing out some ideas and skydiving randomly came up. Somehow that clicked and so I made a call and off we went.

 

I'd never jumped before, though I had tried several times but the skies clouded over each time I drove out (about an hour and half out the city). The first few times I was really psyched to go, but by this time (my fourth attempt) I think my excitement had worn low. The girl was just... really quiet. I thought maybe the drive out there would be a bit more exciting and give us something more to talk about, but nope.

 

So we get there, the skies are beautiful, we go through the prejump lesson etc, and up we go. It's a few minutes to fly up and it's againly weirdly silent. Even the jump instructors are looking awkward. We're doing tandem jumps, and I'm strapped to a guy dressed like a cow. His name is Mu. Seriously.

 

The jump itself was cool, though not what I was expecting. I was expecting a more stomach churning experience and some rollercoaster-ness, but freefall is eerily calm. Almost peaceful, except for the rush of wind in your ears. To be honest I didn't find it really exciting. I got more of a rush from ziplining. Anyhow, still a cool experience.

 

So that was the jump and kinda the end of the date. Nothing really more happened after that. We're still on friendly terms though. She wound up dating a friend of mine for a while, a super talkative head-in-the-clouds kind of guy, which I guess worked out since he did enough talking for the both of them.

 

To this day she doesn't remember anything about the jump. :rolleyes:

post #1335 of 1393

Funny. Activities like that are supposed to increase your attraction.

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