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21.09.2006, 19:58 quote

Anonymous

Maybe this has been done before, but what do men think about women chucking themselves at them ? I have had it a few times [don't mean to brag[it was a long time ago Mad ]], and I've found its put me off them. Have unfeeling love with them then that's it.
Maybe men like the chase ?

What do other blokies feel about that ?

 

21.09.2006, 20:02 quote

Anonymous

.........Wait.........was this trying to say I was 'chucking' myself at him??!!!

 

21.09.2006, 20:08 quote

Anonymous

flowerangelaura wrote:
.........Wait.........was this trying to say I was 'chucking' myself at him??!!!


No!!...because you didnt as far as I know, you just showed your interest which is nice. Sorry though can see it can come over not as I meant it...sorry.

 

21.09.2006, 20:08 quote

Anonymous

flowerangelaura wrote:
.........Wait.........was this trying to say I was 'chucking' myself at him??!!!
Laura i thought the same i didnt see anythn about ''laura loves Brekko '' u just winked at the guy Wink

 

21.09.2006, 20:11 quote

Anonymous

Jeggea wrote:
No!!...because you didnt as far as I know, you just showed your interest which is nice.


Mhm. I have no problem showing interest.

 

21.09.2006, 20:12 quote

Anonymous

flowerangelaura wrote:
Jeggea wrote:
No!!...because you didnt as far as I know, you just showed your interest which is nice.


Mhm. I have no problem showing interest.


Sorry though can see it can come over not as I meant it...sorry.

 

21.09.2006, 20:14 quote

Anonymous

cheekyeyes wrote:
flowerangelaura wrote:
.........Wait.........was this trying to say I was 'chucking' myself at him??!!!
Laura i thought the same i didnt see anythn about ''laura loves Brekko '' u just winked at the guy Wink


oops...upsetting women is the story of my life Crying or Very sad

 

21.09.2006, 20:15 quote

Anonymous

Jeggea wrote:
Sorry though can see it can come over not as I meant it...sorry.


It's ok!

 

21.09.2006, 20:16 quote

Anonymous

Personally i cant see any problem with women making the first move..why is it always assumed that the man should?
Meant to be living in a society with equal rights arnt we..lol

 

21.09.2006, 20:28 quote

Anonymous

People are going out to either with an open mind to getting laid or not.
Sorry about the lack of foreplay there, but that's the logical conclusion without the B/S, and holds true for both men and women in my opinion.


As for women making the first move - so they bloody should!! And offer to buy drinks as well!!

 

21.09.2006, 20:30 quote

Anonymous

Letmein wrote:
People are going out to either with an open mind to getting laid or not.
Sorry about the lack of foreplay there, but that's the logical conclusion without the B/S, and holds true for both men and women in my opinion.


As for women making the first move - so they bloody should!! And offer to buy drinks as well!!


Well, seeing how I always end up buying my own drinks, why should I pay for a drink for a bloke that wouldn't buy me a drink, exactly?

 

21.09.2006, 20:43 quote

Anonymous

ChiefOHara wrote:
( i know, i know, i know, its a little sad, why do you think i drink so much Very Happy)


Uhm...Because you're Irish?!

Sorry. Embarassed


I'm one of the girls that makes sure the guy knows she's interested.

 

21.09.2006, 20:51 quote

Anonymous

ChiefOHara wrote:
I actually like the idea of a girl making the first moves. Most of my girlfriends had actually hit on me, rather than the other way around and its always caught me by suprise, but it made very little difference to us in the long run as to who made moves first.

Im pretty thick when it comes to noticing things, so when i am on a night out and im chatting to someone, ill always blankly assume that its just a chat. If the girl im talking to is interested in me, incredibly i tend not to notice! Im not kidding here, i must have been dropped on the head as a child or something, because i can never say for certain if its just a chat or a chat up so to play it safe ill always assume the former. Anyway Three things tend to happen to me in that situation.

A) she'll lose patience and bugger off annoyed at me

B) a third party (a friend of hers or mine) will choose a suitable moment to enlighten me, or ask what the hell is wrong with me. Her friends tend to ask the latter question.

C) and thirdly she'll make a move on me which unfortunatly tends to be awkard most times. Its awkward i think because women aren't used to doing it like that.

The broad concensus i've experienced personally still has it that a guy has to do the chasiing and the girl gives the permission. Due to me being thick, i've found that girls who i have been speaking and getting on great for ages, sometimes have friends that get very annoyed at me for not doing anything, In this case nothing will happen without me instigating it.

Even if a girl is chucking herself at you, you still kinda have to "go in for the kill" yourself, her "chucking" is in my experience her flauting the fact that you have permission to do something, rather than her tossing you over her shoulder and heading to the nearest hotel.

I realise im generalizing a little here, but that pretty much sums up most of my experience ( i know, i know, i know, its a little sad, why do you think i drink so much Very Happy)


hehe..We've all had that problem..mates asking 'did you get her phone number', and a women after she's found a new bloke saying, I used to fancy you and some times using the love word Surprised, but its all gone straight over your head Laughing

I'm not on about her saying 'WOW' or fluttering her eyes at you, I'm on about chasing you, just puts m off them a bit Confused

 

21.09.2006, 21:01 quote

Anonymous

Well, seeing how I always end up buying my own drinks, why should I pay for a drink for a bloke that wouldn't buy me a drink, exactly?[/quote]


That's exactly what women have been doing, still doing and will keep doing to gulible guys long after we've shuffled off this mortal coil.

Now I've done this before {when young, green and naieve {?}} anyway...
But I've seen this with my own eyes, women {mostly yonger} hit guys in a bar flirt, drink, marry off to the next mugs.

So the cynical no give a marry approach I find works best, and if a woman buys me a drink I get her one back, and if I like her, let her get the next, so fourth...

I will buy a the first drink if we've been chatting prior to that and I think she's worth my time - may even buy a few, but it's an indian trading post thing, 'cause I'm long enough in the tooth to suss oot people over a drink and don't feel it's my duty to overly make an effort to please somebody I don't even know.
Now if everybody {talking about women here} is a potential friend you've just no met yet then they have to show it...

 

21.09.2006, 21:04 quote

Anonymous

littlegremlin wrote:
HI I am new to the forum scene. Actually the whole internet chat thing.
As to the question I wish more woman would make the first move. It would sure releave some of the stress of trying to talk to someone. Embarassed


hi there..well just remember this..females are just humans like us, they suffer the same insecurities as us and so on..so dont get stressed..its not worth it..and in my experience, although limited, women i believe would and do make first moves too..(although they shit themselves too..lol)

have fun..be yourself..your not alone..

 
 
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