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Old 01-07-2013, 09:30 AM   #61
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At what point in the dating timeline did you first make him sit down to pee
Hum couple months maybe , I was pretty mad when I found the toilet seat up in the house and that NEVER happened before , I find it disgusting.. Though to be fair he told me "woman should obey men because it said so in the bible" on the 2nd date , I was pretty clear that wasn't going to fly since I wasn't Christian and wont be. Then I made him watch Monty Python movies with me....he passed all the tests and we have been driving each other crazy for almost 14 years.

See this is how wedded bliss happens you just have to find the right person to put up with your weirdness and vise verse.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:32 AM   #62
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:33 AM   #63
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Hum couple months maybe , I was pretty mad when I found the toilet seat up in the house and that NEVER happened before , I find it disgusting..
See, here's the thing- you've got a hand, right? He has to put it up. You can put it down.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:36 AM   #64
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Seriously! I mean it's not like he was listening to Nickleback!!!
Yeah, that should be a deal-breaker, though.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:39 AM   #65
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Though to be fair he told me "woman should obey men
though to be fair he wasn't wrong
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:41 AM   #66
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See, here's the thing- you've got a hand, right? He has to put it up. You can put it down.
Nonnegotiable.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:45 AM   #67
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Separate toilets? I'm sure we can make this work!!!
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:49 AM   #68
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So what are your "instant negatives" ? The things that would instantly make you run for the hills...

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1) If they are doing "duckface" in any of their profile pictures.
2) If the pictures make them look like they are bigger than me.

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Old 01-07-2013, 09:53 AM   #69
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Nonnegotiable.
Unreasonable.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:53 AM   #70
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So what are your "instant negatives" ? The things that would instantly make you run for the hills...

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1) If they are doing "duckface" in any of their profile pictures.
2) If the pictures make them look like they are bigger than me.

You're too old to be surfin' the duckfaces on the dating sites, and size matters. Don't you go forgettin' that, laddy.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:54 AM   #71
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Unreasonable.
I'm gonna get BP drunk when I visit OH, and we're going to take turns firehosing the toilet.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:59 AM   #72
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You're too old to be surfin' the duckfaces on the dating sites, and size matters. Don't you go forgettin' that, laddy.
There are 30-something and 40-something year old duck faces on POF!!! Any duckface is too old to be making a duckface...
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:00 AM   #73
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There are 30-something and 40-something year old duck faces on POF!!! Any duckface is too old to be making a duckface...
Ooh, a 40 year old duckface...all you'd need is money to land that fish.
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I'm gonna get BP drunk when I visit OH, and we're going to take turns firehosing the toilet.
See now and we were planning a July GTG....FAIL.
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See now and we were planning a July GTG....FAIL.
Just saying, you're a liberated woman. Liberate your hand to lower a toilet seat.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:07 AM   #76
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, but I've heard people say "I didn't go on a second date with him/her because when he picked me up, he/she was listening to Eminem." COME ON!
Well to be fair, one of the worst relationship experiences I ever endured were at the hands of a woman whose favorite band is Nickleback

So there might be something to that as far as deal breakers go.

Just sayin' ...
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:15 AM   #77
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Chemistry is dangerous. I would be very concerned about using that as a primary criterion.
Maybe I'm using the wrong word....the last guy I met...I thought he was nice via texting, we had a similar sense of humor, his pictures looked good....but when we met something about him put me off.

Shreeky laugh, tiny hands, I literally mentally asked myself if I could see myself kissing him and I felt a little grossed out.

There was NO attraction in person. I need to feel some attraction towards the person - and I guess that's what I'm calling chemistry.

I'm still learning. Have only met two people from online, the more I meet the more I think I will understand what I am looking for. Maybe I need to force myself to go on second dates when I just didn't feel it on the first....I don't know.

I want to just say - I'm going to do the things I love in my life and when I meet someone, then yay! But I can't do the things I love in my life right now. So this is my option.
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Fuck a load of online dating unless you're a dude who's either super hot, ripped, or mentions money.
I'm none of those things and I never had a problem with getting dates through dating sites. I think BroMango is right in knowing what you want.

Granted, I haven't been involved in the dating scene for a couple years now, but here is what I did. I put everything on the table in the first paragraph ("Here's the deal, I'm looking for a good time and if a lifetime comes with that, great, if not at least we had some fun, right?.......") After that, half my profile was fiction (also stated that at the top). Apparently a lot of girls thought that was hilarious and awesome because I was getting more messages than I was sending.
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Maybe I'm using the wrong word....the last guy I met...I thought he was nice via texting, we had a similar sense of humor, his pictures looked good....but when we met something about him put me off.

Shreeky laugh, tiny hands, I literally mentally asked myself if I could see myself kissing him and I felt a little grossed out.

There was NO attraction in person. I need to feel some attraction towards the person - and I guess that's what I'm calling chemistry.

I'm still learning. Have only met two people from online, the more I meet the more I think I will understand what I am looking for. Maybe I need to force myself to go on second dates when I just didn't feel it on the first....I don't know.

I want to just say - I'm going to do the things I love in my life and when I meet someone, then yay! But I can't do the things I love in my life right now. So this is my option.
I'm a firm believer in the initial spark. If you have to ask yourself if there's something undefinable about him/her that you find attractive, there probably isn't. It really is a numbers game, and the more you go out, the more perspective you'll get on just what you really want.

YMMV, of course.
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I'm none of those things and I never had a problem with getting dates through dating sites. I think BroMango is right in knowing what you want.

Granted, I haven't been involved in the dating scene for a couple years now, but here is what I did. I put everything on the table in the first paragraph ("Here's the deal, I'm looking for a good time and if a lifetime comes with that, great, if not at least we had some fun, right?.......") After that, half my profile was fiction (also stated that at the top). Apparently a lot of girls thought that was hilarious and awesome because I was getting more messages than I was sending.
I was amazed at the amount of people on PoF and okcupid who had vastly overestimated their own self-worth. Mind you, it's a great way to weed out the folks who I never would have gone out with in the first place, but it is somewhat disheartening.
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I'm none of those things and I never had a problem with getting dates through dating sites. I think BroMango is right in knowing what you want.

Granted, I haven't been involved in the dating scene for a couple years now, but here is what I did. I put everything on the table in the first paragraph ("Here's the deal, I'm looking for a good time and if a lifetime comes with that, great, if not at least we had some fun, right?.......") After that, half my profile was fiction (also stated that at the top). Apparently a lot of girls thought that was hilarious and awesome because I was getting more messages than I was sending.
My profile was probably pretty bad, I was in my early 20's when doing online dating. I'm still an idiot, let alone 8 years ago. Just about everything about online dating bothered me, though I did have a few interesting dates with some microbiologist redhead. Hellooooo nurse.

Also I think you're super hot.
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Is this considered online dating?

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Sounds like a great first date.

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Nonnegotiable.
I'm on your team here. Mostly. I pee standing up, but I ALWAYS put the seat down, and I insist that anyone who uses my bathroom does the same. My bathroom is cleaner than any bathroom belonging to a woman that I've ever seen.
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I'm on your team here. Mostly. I pee standing up, but I ALWAYS put the seat down, and I insist that anyone who uses my bathroom does the same. My bathroom is cleaner than any bathroom belonging to a woman that I've ever seen.
See, I don't have a problem putting the seat down. I do it like 95 percent of the time. I just don't think it's particularly fair that I get my ass roasted alive for forgetting once in a while when she's got a fully functioning set of eyes and hands that can lower a goddamn lid herself.
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See, I don't have a problem putting the seat down. I do it like 95 percent of the time. I just don't think it's particularly fair that I get my ass roasted alive for forgetting once in a while when she's got a fully functioning set of eyes and hands that can lower a goddamn lid herself.
See here is the thing at my house.............there is no right or wrong way of leaving a toilet seat. If she leaves it down I lift it, if I leave it up she lowers it. It is no big deal and people who think it is a big deal have far too much time on their hands.
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See here is the thing at my house.............there is no right or wrong way of leaving a toilet seat. If she leaves it down I lift it, if I leave it up she lowers it. It is no big deal and people who think it is a big deal have far too much time on their hands.
This is a completely reasonable response.
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