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post #31 of 111
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Originally Posted by globetrotter
story I haven't told in years, but I think a pretty good story:

I'm 19, a soldier, pretty horny, and in all in all really good shape. i have a nice uniform and a pretty red beret. anyway, I meet this girl, who is pretty hot, red haired, wearing a skirt. we talk, flirt a little, and I offer to buy her a drink - this was in the middle of jerusalem, where there is an area with street muscisians and people selling art and stuff. we sit down to have a drink, and she tells me that she is in town for a wedding of a friend, who she met at a religious high school (she is american, and had studied at a relgious high school in israel for american girls). so, I figure, ok, relgious girl, I just wasted a drink. but we sit there for a few hours, and it is very nice, she seems really nice, and into me, but the whole time I am figuring that she is religious and so nothing is going to happen. (by the way, this ties in with last years thread about religous girls)

anyway, about midnight, I start walking her "home" - it turns out she is staying in the dorm of her old school for the weding weekend. this is the dorm room of a religious girls high school, remember. so, we get to the dorm, and she lets me in, but warns me we have to be quiet. we sit i the little kichenette for an hour or so, and drink some wine that was in the fridge. and then she says "you know, I'm not going to sleep with you", which, considering that I hadn't said anything about it, I figured was actually a good sign. she continued "nothing personal, I just prefer girls". which totally blew me away. so, she tells me how she slept with 8 guys during her year at religious high school, went home and started NYU and discovered girls, and liked that alot more. so, i basically, like any good horny 19 year old, said something along the lines of "well, how about we fool around?", and after maybe 5 minutes, she said "well, ok, you can fuck me, but don't think that you are going to convert me or anything" (the essence of romance). so, end up having sex on a single ben, in a room full of religious high school girls, and end up waking a few of them up, with all the accompaning screems and screaches. in the middle, she had the presence of mind to tell me that she still prefered girls.


the other one was a girl I had known for years, who was pretty hot, but in a quiet way. I asked her out, and she said "zach, I have a girlfriend"
/passes globe an internet beer


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Originally Posted by Bradford
So she might be bi and she asked you out?

I have two words for you....

Three Way

He is Quebecois, or at least a resident. Perhaps this is more apropos.
Ménages à Trois
post #32 of 111
Thread Starter 
I'm a resident :P

And no, I hate to disappoint, but that is not on the agenda. I actually like this girl so i'm not gonna do anything stupid :P
post #33 of 111
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Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
He is Quebecois, or at least a resident. Perhaps this is more apropos.
Ménages à Trois

Menage is singular in this case (unless he intends to have many) so no S at the end.
post #34 of 111
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Originally Posted by GQgeek
And no, I hate to disappoint, but that is not on the agenda. I actually like this girl so i'm not gonna do anything stupid :P

That's crazy talk. Maybe not on the first date but nothing wrong with a 3-way in a loving relationship. If she is seriously lez or bi, there is no way you can turn her off women forever so embrace the diversity and enjoy! She's more likely to stick with you if she knows you are open-minded about this.
post #35 of 111
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Originally Posted by EL72
That's crazy talk. Maybe not on the first date but nothing wrong with a 3-way in a loving relationship. If she is seriously lez or bi, there is no way you can turn her off women forever so embrace the diversity and enjoy! She's more likely to stick with you if she knows you are open-minded about this.

Heh. Good to see you have my best interests in mind. Have you done one (in a relationship)? I just see too many complications stemming from something like that. If she brought it up it might be different, but even then i'd have to talk to her about it.

I tried to set one up last year but it didn't work-out. However, I had no interest in a relationship with either of them so it was different.

Either way, we're getting just a weee bit ahead of ourselves here :P
post #36 of 111
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Originally Posted by GQgeek
Heh. Good to see you have my best interests in mind. Have you done one (in a relationship)? I just see too many complications stemming from something like that. If she brought it up it might be different, but even then i'd have to talk to her about it. I tried to set one up last year but it didn't work-out. However, I had no interest in a relationship with either of them so it was different. Either way, we're getting just a weee bit ahead of ourselves here :P
What? So that's not your primary goal with this potential relationship? Stop being silly, man! Honestly, best of luck. I would assume that she is indeed perceiving this as a date, given the circumstances (i.e.: always having to turn down customer's offers, not being a dancer at all, and not knowing that you know about her being a lesbian). I can only hope to see myself put in globetrotter's situation. Nice job man! I'll see if I can top that eventually.
post #37 of 111
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Originally Posted by Histrion
I can only hope to see myself put in globetrotter's situation. Nice job man! I'll see if I can top that eventually.

Hmm.... I hate to break it to you but, without wanting to discount GT's charm with the ladies, Israeli soldiers in uniform are magnets for Jewish American (or Australian, Canadian...) chicks in Jerusalem. Having been to Israel a few times with large groups, I know many a girl who lost her innocence to the rugged soldier with a big gun Us North Americans were no match but that was fine because Israeli chicks were usually quite accomodating to the Canadian with a cute accent (and the nice shoes)
post #38 of 111
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
i'd just enjoy the moment and see where this ends up, without really expecting anything.

Perfect.
post #39 of 111
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Originally Posted by EL72
Hmm.... I hate to break it to you but, without wanting to discount GT's charm with the ladies, Israeli soldiers in uniform are magnets for Jewish American (or Australian, Canadian...) chicks in Jerusalem. Having been to Israel a few times with large groups, I know many a girl who lost her innocence to the rugged soldier with a big gun Us North Americans were no match but that was fine because Israeli chicks were usually quite accomodating to the Canadian with a cute accent (and the nice shoes)

Damn! Well, there WAS a lesbian hitting on my at a party last week. A mutual friend hinted that she might very well be bisexual. But hey, I won't hijack GQgeek's thread with that. If something does happen though, I guess I'll have to brag.

And would my French-Canadian accent sound cute to Israeli chicks? I'd hope so.
post #40 of 111
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Originally Posted by Histrion
And would my French-Canadian accent sound cute to Israeli chicks? I'd hope so.

Why, can you speak Hebrew?

And if a lesbian girl was hitting on you - vas y man, niaise pas!
post #41 of 111
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Originally Posted by EL72
Why, can you speak Hebrew?

And if a lesbian girl was hitting on you - vas y man, niaise pas!

Well, no, I'm not jewish. I do find jewish women very attractive though.

And, err, for the lesbian chick, well, we had both a few drinks (cough, understatement) so the situation is a bit embarrassing. I really don't feel like calling her though. I'll just wait until I come across her in the faculty, which should happen tomorrow if things are going as usual.
post #42 of 111
This is way off topic, but i hadnt realized there were so many people from Montreal here. Pretty cool. As for GQGeek, i would just let things ride. I mean you will know by her reactions if there is a mutual attraction. If not, take it as you going out for slasa lessons with a friend. Going to salsatech or somewhere else?
post #43 of 111
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Originally Posted by Histrion
What? So that's not your primary goal with this potential relationship? Stop being silly, man!

Honestly, best of luck. I would assume that she is indeed perceiving this as a date, given the circumstances (i.e.: always having to turn down customer's offers, not being a dancer at all, and not knowing that you know about her being a lesbian).


I can only hope to see myself put in globetrotter's situation. Nice job man! I'll see if I can top that eventually.


dude, one good story in 40 years of life. I hope you surpase that.
post #44 of 111
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Originally Posted by globetrotter
dude, one good story in 40 years of life. I hope you surpase that.

Lol, it's been all downhill since you were 19, eh GT? :P
post #45 of 111
Continue to have fun and enjoy each others company just the way you do when you see her at the salon. EL72's advice sounds too much like he read a book on how to bed a women. Is this date a program to get her in bed or get you a three way if she is what you have been waiting for? Don't play games, be yourself, and be patient if you really want things to develop. If you expect this to be a one-call-close, or just a roll in they hay, then you might lose more than another "date". You might lose your stylist as well. If she is your idea of the total package, then when you get to know her outside of the chair, your opinion of her will be confirmed or denied. A real relationship takes time. A hit and run should not have you sweating bullets, success in that endeavor is a game of odds. I got married a second time ten years ago. I dated a lot of hot chicks when I was single again. I never expected a long-term relationship with any woman who had sex with me on the first date, or first meeting. I had fun, but they weren't longterm relationship material and at that point neither was I. I hope things work out for you. She probably knows you have a huge crush on her, and that works in your favor. Hopefully you two will find conversation easy and stimulating. Getting to know each other is a lot of fun. You probably don't really know her and she definately doesn't really know you. You have a 2-year crush, so don't let the expectations of your fantasies kill any opportunity for a relationship to bloom. Your follow-up to this date is eagerly awaited. Godspeed, GQGeek
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