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Maybe that was where I went wrong.

 

I was getting quietly ignored at movies and concerts when I could have taken them to tractor pulls.  Saved some dough as well.

Hey, noting says I love you , more than a good slasher flick. Preferably one made in YVR with actors of complete unknown origin:D

post #512 of 1336
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

This is normal. I knew from when I was a child that I was supposed to seek out a certain person. When I met my wife, I KNEW I was to marry her. It was something greater than myself that knew it. 


No she is not. This is just attention seeking. People who really intend to kill themselves don't tell others. 
The thing is, she's trying to justify living as much as she can, trying to make promises to others so she doesn't do it...
post #513 of 1336
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 People who really intend to kill themselves don't tell others. 

 

 

That is not necessarily the case, and it's therefore a dangerous assumption to make.

 

Some attention-seekers threaten suicide, but that doesn't mean that all who tell others of their intention to kill themselves are attention-seeking.

post #514 of 1336
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
Someone should make a thread about their tried-and-true methods for bad dates.

 

So... pretty much my life story then... :rolleyes:

 

 

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Originally Posted by RUMAY408 View Post
 

Maybe that was where I went wrong.

 

I was getting quietly ignored at movies and concerts when I could have taken them to tractor pulls.  Saved some dough as well.

 

No no no, skip the tractor pulls and just make the tractor noises yourself while sitting in a sandbox. If she sticks with you through that, she's a keeper :biggrin:

 

 

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The thing is, she's trying to justify living as much as she can, trying to make promises to others so she doesn't do it...

 

 

You guys are what... 16, maybe 17? What's the source of all this angst/depression?

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I may get some good news tomorrow:bigsmile_face:

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Some brief advice:

 

* The best way to understand the opposite sex is to first learn to truly understand yourself

 

* NEVER look to someone else to make you feel happy

 

* You can NEVER truly make someone else feel happy, and, even though your mind may tell you they can, no one else can ever truly make you happy. Happiness is an inside job.

 

* It becomes EASY to approach the opposite sex, when you understand yourself and have truly come to understand that happiness is an inside job.  Until you grasp this, you'll believe you 'need' a partner, and this belief will make you also believe that 'the stakes are high', and if you believe that they stakes are high, then of course you are going to feel tense and nervous about approaching potential partners.

 

* A different way of saying this is that relationships (and friendships) are paradoxical; the less you 'need' someone in order to feel contented/happy/peaceful, the more others will be attracted to you.

 

* Until you have learned to be happy in yourself, you will never have a truly healthy relationship with another person. Failure to understand this will lead to neediness, or jealousy, or insecurity, or any of a whole host of other maladaptive psychological behaviours. Remarkably few human beings grasp this simple fact, even after a whole lifetime.

 

 

post #517 of 1336
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

So... pretty much my life story then... rolleyes.gif



No no no, skip the tractor pulls and just make the tractor noises yourself while sitting in a sandbox. If she sticks with you through that, she's a keeper biggrin.gif




You guys are what... 16, maybe 17? What's the source of all this angst/depression?
Well she has some family issues, hates that town, hates herself, very self-conscious, thinks she makes others worse off, etc.
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Some brief advice:

* The best way to understand the opposite sex is to first learn to truly understand yourself

* NEVER look to someone else to make you feel happy

* You can NEVER truly make someone else feel happy, and, even though your mind may tell you they can, no one else can ever truly make you happy. Happiness is an inside job.

* It becomes EASY to approach the opposite sex, when you understand yourself and have truly come to understand that happiness is an inside job.  Until you grasp this, you'll believe you 'need' a partner, and this belief will make you also believe that 'the stakes are high', and if you believe that they stakes are high, then of course you are going to feel tense and nervous about approaching potential partners.

* A different way of saying this is that relationships (and friendships) are paradoxical; the less you 'need' someone in order to feel contented/happy/peaceful, the more others will be attracted to you.

* Until you have learned to be happy in yourself, you will never have a truly healthy relationship with another person. Failure to understand this will lead to neediness, or jealousy, or insecurity, or any of a whole host of other maladaptive psychological behaviours. Remarkably few human beings grasp this simple fact, even after a whole lifetime.

after realizing most of this and using it since school started 3 chick's have asked me out and one kept walking in when I was showering... :| Anywho, life's good and I'm still single, I just wish I could explain to her that nothing really matters, and to be who she wants, but she refuses to listen like I used to do. :|
post #518 of 1336

I want to see a picture of you, Panther, see if your as good-looking as all 'em girls think;)

post #519 of 1336
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I want to see a picture of you, Panther, see if your as good-looking as all 'em girls think;)

Don't worry - I've plenty of them saved up.

 

He used to be so jovial. And his thighs so tight. I don't know what happened.

post #520 of 1336
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post
 

I want to see a picture of you, Panther, see if your as good-looking as all 'em girls think;)

Don't worry - I've plenty of them saved up.

 

He used to be so jovial. And his thighs so tight. I don't know what happened.

 

:tongue:

post #521 of 1336

Do go on......:D

post #522 of 1336

About his thighs? I don't know what else I could say about them...they're the right size, shape, and consistency. Could probably bounce a quarter off of it, if not two. Scratch that, three quarters. Sideways.

 

 

Hopefully someone pulls together a real bad date sometime soon....I'd love to hear an awful date from wink. Must involve plenty of tomatoes.

post #523 of 1336
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

Hopefully someone pulls together a real bad date sometime soon....I'd love to hear an awful date from wink. Must involve plenty of tomatoes.

:popcorn:

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Thread Starter 

Well I got stood up on Saturday. Technically doesn't count as a bad date, but still... :(

post #525 of 1336

Aren't Saturdays International Date Nights? (I didn't know either but apparently that's them breaks). The audacity of it all... 

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