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jesus imagine driving down the street and see this off to your left or right? and then wonder why you drove thru the intersection and got broadsided lol
He tells me when he gives a lady a good "ribbing" verbally, he follows it up with a playful slap on the rear.
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Wow to her bra
First of all, thank you for replying, I appreciate the help.
grischa42, for it to work in search needs to be "02 23 2007" :)
Break it off and start over again.
Then,if he was so cool and everything with you, why are you so concerned? If you're sure everything is ok then wait until he contacts you again, no?
I think a true nice guy wont feel the need to 'brag' about it. They will be who they are. They have nothing to prove. However, when someone is, well not nice - or even mean in some way, they feel the need to over compensate, and make everyone believe they are nice. Maybe even manuplate. Just my two sense.
These two are living together; they are not just dating. That also changes the dynamic considerably. Perhaps if they were only dating, he'd have less obligation to be honest about his dealings with former gfs but now they are in a committed relationship, this behaviour is just wrong. I still keep in touch with one ex in particular; I would not dream of hiding that from anybody I was with; the very act of keeping something like that secret imbues it with some significance. Heck, I'd have them meet and I'd certainly not keep communication secret.
First of all I need respect. A guy with an eloquent vocabulary does not make him a saint, for all I know he could be a liar. He can show respect through action- proactive action.
I know a Caucasian guy who is married to a Pakistani Muslim. They both grew up in the UK though.
We never fight about anything but this, and the one major fight we have had was a result of him calling me Grace, which I never let him live down.
I had a decent relationship.. no sexual sparks, there was never that... and not much spark left at all, in fact. But it'd been so long.. surely all relationships lose their spark after some time? Don't most guys stop putting in effort after so long? I still had that warm fuzzy feeling whenever I spoke with my bf, or reminisced about old times that we had when he was here... and of course there was that connection. But I wonder.. is it just because he was the only real relationship that I'd ever had IRL? Is it him I'm missing, or is it the only relationship I'd ever known? He's a good guy, definitely, one who would never cheat on me or abuse me or intentionally bring me grief...
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