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post #31 of 90
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Originally Posted by Wolfador View Post
I always thought that you go and work for her dad where he pays you well enough to support her for you doing basically nothing but screwing his daughter. Atleast that's how it worked for me

what would be better is to have your own company her dad can "invest" in. at least you're not such an obvious chump. plus if most of his sons are lazy entitled pricks that like to do other things like indie flicks or rap then the keys to the kingdom are yours.
post #32 of 90
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post
...Just have a f***ing conversation with her about it. If she's cool but has just been oblivious because she takes certain things for granted, it will give her the opportunity to be more sensitive. If she has a big problem with it, then maybe her character isn't what you've been thinking...
Once again lawyerdad has it figured out. Follow his advice; it will save you a lot of heartache...and money.
post #33 of 90
Dude you live in three cities at once and can't pay some restaurant bills? WTF is wrong with you, go to Chanel and get her some jewellery (not the cheap shit).
post #34 of 90
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
just tell her that she'll never live like common people, and she'll never fail like common people. Then order a rum and coca-cola and take her to a supermarket. Anyway, that is my advice.

My favorite Shatner song.
post #35 of 90
Wtf @ buying her jewelry after only a month of dating. Is this forum filled with simps who just aimlessly throw their money at whatever pussy asks? Assimilate the bitch into the simpler finer things in life or next her. There's more than 3.5 billion women on earth. She's not that special.
post #36 of 90
You could try having a conversation with her..... since this is the girl you're dating and whatnot.
post #37 of 90
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post
My favorite Shatner song.

*cry*

Originally a Pulp song. Written by the brilliant Jarvis Cocker.
post #38 of 90
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Originally Posted by Mandrake9072 View Post
*cry*

Originally a Pulp song. Written by the brilliant Jarvis Cocker.

What's a Pulp song? Is it like Pulp Fiction? I thought Shatner's lyrics were kind of profound but what do I know...
post #39 of 90
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post
What's a Pulp song? Is it like Pulp Fiction? I thought Shatner's lyrics were kind of profound but what do I know...

The band 'Pulp' 90's Britpop band.

Common People was one of their biggest singles

*Edit*

Youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuTMWgOduFM
post #40 of 90
Sounds like they were really influenced by Oasis. That's probably why they never became popular.
post #41 of 90
you need to take control. dont ask what/where she wants to go. tell her where youre taking her. tell her what you planned for the night. then bang her really good. once you make a girl come like nobody else, it wont matter that youre taking her for stale beer at a shitty bar.
post #42 of 90
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post
Sounds like they were really influenced by Oasis. That's probably why they never became popular.

Pulp formed in early 80's (influenced by the likes of Bowie/New Order). Oasis didn't form till Early/Mid 90's.

Anyways, didn't mean to steer the thread away
post #43 of 90
I'm messing with you. Underwear is actually my favorite song on that album.
post #44 of 90
Do you cook?

Cook for the woman!

Works every time.
post #45 of 90
serious answer, take her out in islington (upper st). grab "a quick bite" at Trevi opposite high + i station, and then splash the difference in the trendy bars down upper st / camden passage. good food and flash bars afterwards, in a decent area.
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