ITT: Ask the opposite gender anything
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Before you post a question, check here to see if it's already been answered
Keep your questions short and sweet for more answers.
And please no derailing arguments.
Avoid asking these common questions:
>Do girls/guys like <insert specific look>?
Some do, some don't.
>I'm shy and afraid of people/rejection. What do I do?
Get over it by practicing and exposing yourself to it.
>I like someone. What do I do?
Ask them out.
>How can I tell if someone likes me?
Ask them out.
>Where do I meet girls/guys?
Anywhere outside. Or online.
>Is my body part big/small enough?
>Am I short/tall enough?
>Someone did something insignificant. What does it mean?
>XYZ happened. Did I fuck it up with this guy/girl?
Maybe, maybe not. We're not in their head, we don't know
>This person did something that hurt my feelings. Why do guys/girls do this?
Because shit people are shit people. It's not a gendered thing
>Would you date a virgin?
As long as they aren't insecure about it
>Someone has made it abundantly clear they're no longer interested in me. Do I still have a chance?
>Where do I go on a first (or subsequent) date?
Pick one or more of the following: coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, ice cream, movies, zoo, aquarium, museum, art gallery, <activity in your city>
>That one guy who keeps asking about cuddling in platonic friendships
No one wants to cuddle you. Stop asking
>Brandon or Female Brandon
Guys I fucked up - led a girl on
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I met a girl through a mutual friend, she added me on facebook short time later, talks to me through facebook and gives her number to me without me asking for it.
She playfully teases me and flirts with me and I reciprocate. Eventually led to me making a promise about taking her to Moe's
I don't find her attractive, that's why I don't like her. But she's been the first girl that's been so forward and flirtatious with me that I just ended up liking the attention and giving it back and now I'm regretting it. Obviously going to Moe's would imply a date, and I don't want to lead this girl into thinking I'm into her.
Is there any way to salvage this situation by being like "hehe just a flirtatious guy here, let's go as friends ok?"
or do I have to be a dick to this girl saying "led you on sorry" and suffer the consequences? Fuck I regret everything.
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>dont feel like bf and i can work out in the long run unless he gets much more mature
>like/love him so much that I don't want to end it prematurely
I mean all the feelings are still there. I love him, he loves me. We get along excellently. But our relationship is getting longer, we're getting older. We've been together 5 years and he's not transitioning to adulthood that well.
He's so Mr. Right-Now with the total potential to be Mr. Right. But he's so emotionally immature and I feel past that already. Example, he's not a neet, but he doesn't want to move out of his parent's home yet. His long term career goal, he treats it like it's still a dream in the distance when he has the capability to go for it right now. Like to intern, or get an entry-level in the field.
While he's not a loser, not lazy, not undriven. He just never thinks about the future. His future. A future with me possibly. He just wants everything to stay the same because it works like that.
I don't know what to do. This seems like the biggest potential flaw of our relationship. I fear it may end up as wasted time for me. It feels like I'm waiting around for him to grow up. We're 23... What do?
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I have a friend who's boyfriend just broke up with her. He told her, "We just aren't in the same place, and I can't be the person you want me to be."
She's had two other guys break up with her since I've known her, and for similar reasons: "I'm not good enough for you." "I think we should pick this up once I've gotten my shit together."
I hate to say it to her, but it sounds like maybe her expectations are too high? Maybe she's putting them on a pedestal, and they feel inadequate, or overwhelmed? I'm not sure just because I've never felt this way and certainly never told a girl this when I broke up with them, so I'm not sure if that's the case, or they all found someone else, and it's just a coincidence that they all came up with that to be "polite" in breaking up.
Thoughts? What should I say to her? If it is her fault, I don't want to chew her out.
WHAT THE FUCK???
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OK. Where the fuck do I begin. Dating this girl for more than a month, shes really into me( she initiated hand touching shit, bites my shoulders hugs me every so often etc) and we kiss and shit a lot but we never like fucked or anything. I'm always texting her nice things, we call and talk to each other literally like bf/gf shit k? k so my last text I sent was "Good morning beautiful" and she was like "Awwee you called me beautiful :)" all that gay stuff right, next day. SAYS NOTHING. ignores the living fuck out of me. Send her texts, never responds. Send he snapchats, she opens them but doesn't respond. Send her facebook messages, she sees them but says nothing.
The worst part? She STILL HASNT SAID ANYTHING WHAT THE FUCK its like she got a change of heart all of the sudden and doesnt even know I exist like I see her fucking snap stories and shes all happy with friends and shit but straight up ignores the fuck out of me. WHYYYYYYYYYYYYY????
Crossdressing, I feel like I might be fucked up before I even try it
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if it helps with context: I'm a 24 year old guy still living at home, I graduated with a stem degree last summer but I'm still working a part-time job, I haven't really had any friends since highschool and I've never kissed a girl or anything like that. so I'm not really really full NEET but close enough since I don't have anywhere to go besides work.
My interest in crossdressing started my freshman year when I was really depressed but it came and went as I got used to things, started therapy for social anxiety, started working etc, but the thing is I've never actually done it, because I never had the privacy or the money at the right time. Now my family is going away and I have money to finally try it after fantasizing about it years, and the house all to myself but I feel like I have a problem already.
Part of me feels excited like it's I have to do it because I've finally got the chance, but part of me feels pathetic actually getting ready to waste money on something that won't do anything to help my social life, and will probably make me feel even more fucked since I'll just have to hide everything about it.
Do I do it and hopefully get over the obsession or do I repress it and try to find something productive to do? Has anyone else dealt with this?
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Loss prevention guy here. It really gets me that we aren't allowed to touch people that steal stuff. There was a guy in the store earlier that put stuff in his backpack and walked out. I was outside and confronted him about it, and he pretty much knew I couldn't do anything to stop him, he refused to give up the stuff. I mean there's the grey area of if he touches me, I could do self defense and fight back, but that would require them to be upset, and most thieves would rather run away than try to fight people that work there.
So what's the best way for me to recover merchandise from people that I can't talk to? I was thinking maybe talking shit to them, see if they want to get physical and recovery it that way, and if cops have to get involved, I can always lie and I'm sure they'd believe me over a thief trying to steal stuff. Any thoughts?
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College freshman here. Currently I'm a history major, thinking of doing a history/polisci double major.
As you can guess, I'm super fucking paranoid about getting a job after college. Social sciences is basically a joke degree, but it's all I'm really interested in. Should I go for something math related?
Apparently finance is a really good major. I was always in advanced math classes in grade school, but I've always been good at school in general. I'm just worried I'll end up going through 4 years of college, and then try to get some math related job that I can't do.
The fuck should I do /adv?