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post #46 of 85
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Originally Posted by aleeboy View Post
Learn to respect a superior speciman.

Enjoy your glorious fatness.

Why would I be jealous? Are you an ambassodor for all that is white? Do you have freckles or relatives that are gingers?

GTFO.

Thanks


Well I'm from the master race and you're Korean, the reason for your subservient position should be obvious.
post #47 of 85
How do I answer if every girl I will even acknowledge is smokin', even on the Kade scale? Oh you meant the activity...

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I dated this girl off and on for about 3 years. More off than on. Broke my heart twice. Most amazing body I had ever seen. On film or not. Her body was sick. Something a porn star pays for but hers was all natural. When we dated the first time she was 22 and I was 28. That age difference was too much for her. A couple years later, I let her get close to me again and the age difference freaked her out again and she broke my heart a second time.

Fast forward 2 more years. Now she's pursuing me. The smoking never bothered me before but then I thought, "no way do I want to get serious with someone who chooses to poison herself everyday and do her best to age at a much faster rate than I will." So, I put the breaks on and said I wouldn't get serious with someone who smoked and told her we could still hang out but we couldn't really date. She quit. Not kidding. We just celebrated our 4 year wedding anniversary.

Awwwwwww! That really did make me

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Originally Posted by rjakapeanut View Post
kind of depends. if the girl is "just another girl" and someone i don't really see as relationship/wife material, i'm probably not willing to deal with the smoking. smoking is just really gross to me.

BUT, if i actually like the girl and think that i could see myself with her for a long time...yeah that's fine she can smoke. i'll get over it.

Well good thing for you this is an academic exercise as no chick wants to be with you.
post #48 of 85
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Well I'm from the master race and you're Korean, the reason for your subservient position should be obvious.

I can't argue with you. I know no matter what that you won't get it.

I do agree that you are from the master race. Hence I am happy with all my heart for you.

Then we hit reality
post #49 of 85
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post
I think for women, smoking is a sign of other personality problems. Usually poor impulse control problems and peer pressure. Sometimes stupidity too if they do it thinking it will make them skinny.

It reduces hunger therefore it COULD make you skinnier or keep you from gaining weight. Nicotine is a stimulant and tend to make you less hungry like most of 'em. AFAIK. In other words the stupidity might be on your side....

I don't see how smoking is necessarily an impulse problems; many activities have a negative impact on your health, including some catastrophic ones (think people who like to go explore the north pole and might die) but we do them for other reasons. Almost everyone is aware that cigarette are a health hazard but the pleasure/habit/vision of the sublime they get from it might just be more than enough to compensate for the health problems. I know it is my case. As for peer pressure isn't it on the side of the non-smokers these days? Does that mean I can say you have poor impulse control problems and can't stand up to peer pressure if you don't smoke?
post #50 of 85
Of course not, on the contrary, a [wo]man should always have an occupation of some kind. There are far too many idle [wo]men in London as it is.
post #51 of 85
Yeah nicotine (smoking, dip) always kills my apetite. I always try to make sure I smoke after I eat, or a while before hand. There's nothing worse than on a long night out, ordering some food then lighting up 2-3 minutes before it shows up
post #52 of 85
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Well I'm from the master race and you're Korean, the reason for your subservient position should be obvious.

Don't make me get all up in 'dis argumentation.
post #53 of 85
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
Don't make me get all up in 'dis argumentation.

Just in case, I have nothing against Koreans, aleeboy is trash though...
post #54 of 85
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Originally Posted by alliswell View Post
No. But it would be, longer term.

This
post #55 of 85
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Originally Posted by aleeboy View Post
Harro there, I tink we are lelated You are not shallow... you are just a regular guy!
word. I can't stand poor hygiene equally as well. But that's a bit less discriminating apparently.
post #56 of 85
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Just in case, I have nothing against Koreans, aleeboy is trash though...

People who think they are intelligent and well dressed, but are ugly are trash. I will always own you uglies. You do however have a strong presence in this world.
post #57 of 85
Girls who smoke (cigs, cock, etc) = hot.
post #58 of 85
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUma!
post #59 of 85
I don't care if my dating partner smokes are not. But if I'm going to marry her then I guess it'll be a problem. I should quit smoking too! lol
post #60 of 85
Considering I am now looking for a long term relationship/ marriage in the medium term, smoking is a deal breaker for sure.

It's incredibly hard for some people to quit, and I wouldn't want a wife who smoked - wrinkly and aged face, her health + financial reasons.
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