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post #31 of 46
^He was likely rating that she was greater than a 7 in attractiveness which is on a scale of 10 being highest and 1 being lowest; this ">" is the greater than symbol not less than (<).
post #32 of 46
I once got a 3 month long relationship out of a 30 second umbrella encounter with a girl.
post #33 of 46
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Am I reading this right? if she is >7 (less than 7 years of age?) uh-ohh.
I hope that was some form of typo on your part.

Erdawe was indeed correct in his explanation. I apologize for the ambiguity, it just seemed to me a number rating was a pretty standard thing on this forum. I have realized this isn't the case. Sorry for the confusion, and for the record I am not at all interested in little children.
post #34 of 46
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Erdawe was indeed correct in his explanation. I apologize for the ambiguity, it just seemed to me a number rating was a pretty standard thing on this forum. I have realized this isn't the case. Sorry for the confusion, and for the record I am not at all interested in little children.

My mistake. no offence intended. I was never good with math & always got those 'greater than', 'less than' symbols mixed up. Joke's on me then. Cheers.
post #35 of 46
defenitely a gentleman thing to do.
post #36 of 46
Do you feel if it's still gentlemanly upon sharing, that one puts his hand on her low back or butt to guide the path.
post #37 of 46
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Do you feel if it's still gentlemanly upon sharing, that one puts his hand on her low back or butt to guide the path.

I would argue that one's derelict in his gentlemanly duties unless he does one or both of these things!
post #38 of 46
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How big were her tits?

reiterating.
post #39 of 46
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How big were her tits?

Well both of them fit in the umbrella so they could not have been that big
post #40 of 46
it's not creepy if you don't make it creepy.
post #41 of 46
and if I were you, I would try to make some conversation, otherwise two stranger standing close to each other in silence is a bit awkward. Though in these cases, girl will usually take the effort to make conversation as well, they feel a lot more uncomfortable about silence than we do.
post #42 of 46
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and if I were you, I would try to make some conversation, otherwise two stranger standing close to each other in silence is a bit awkward. Though in these cases, girl will usually take the effort to make conversation as well, they feel a lot more uncomfortable about silence than we do.

The best way to make sure there is no awkward silence is to stare at her chest the whole time. Trust me, the more obvious you are, the more flattered she will be.
post #43 of 46
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My mistake. no offence intended. I was never good with math & always got those 'greater than', 'less than' symbols mixed up. Joke's on me then. Cheers.

Just remember, the alligator always eats the bigger number. I can't believe I'm in university and that's still how I remember.

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reiterating.

She was wearing a puffy jacket because it was cold, so I'm not sure.
post #44 of 46
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Hi everyone. This may not be 100% on topic for a clothes forum, but the majority of the people here seem to be quite gentlemanly (not sure if that's a word), and as such I hoped you might have an answer. The other day I was standing at a bus stop waiting for the bus. It was raining and I had my umbrella open to stay dry. A girl came to the bus stop after me, and she didn't have an umbrella and was just waiting in the rain. I instinctively asked her if she wanted to share my umbrella, and she said yea. My question is: Is that seen as a weird/creeper-ish thing to do, or is it pretty common practice? Thanks in advance for the help, and I apologize again if this isn't 100% relevant to the forum.
Perfectly handled. Sometimes a little symbol and friendliness like this can turn a crappy day to a good one for someone. Stick with this habit.
post #45 of 46
I tell women that a man is supposed to carry an umbrella for the instances when he might need to escort a woman in the rain. It's hard to be female and not smile at that remark.
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