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I've no interest in women of my generation.

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by mm84321, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. fuji

    fuji Senior member

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    This is the same excuse my friends who can't get with anyone make. Its you not them.
     
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  3. edinatlanta

    edinatlanta Senior member

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    I'm just curious MM, do you have an affected voice?
     
  4. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    I'm just curious MM, do you have an affected voice?

    Not really. Why?
     
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    holymadness Senior member

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    [​IMG] Why can't I find a sophisticated, beautiful lady?
     
  6. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    If I grew a pencil mustache and applied shoe polish to my hair, would that help my chances?
     
  7. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    This is the same excuse my friends who can't get with anyone make. Its you not them.
    OK, fuji. Don't you have someones' lights to go punch out?
     
  8. edinatlanta

    edinatlanta Senior member

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    Not really. Why?

    So yes, then.

    Judging by what you've posted previously, I can only imagine (and probably accurately) what you're like at a bar. Why? Cause I was a lot like you when I was your age.

    Anyway dude, not to be harsh but the problem is you...I mean, you are 20 FFS and you are missing the point of being 20. Look, how long have you even actively sought to find a girl or whatever? One, two years? And you're already writing off your generation? And judging from how your dining adventures your time seeking out the ladies is undoubtedly limited.

    Put it this way... I can guarantee IRL, if you're 1/10th the same as your SF persona you're off putting and pretentious and it turns people away from hanging with you. And you just. don't. get it.

    Again, telling you this cause I've done it and been there.

    That's pretty much it.
     
  9. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    really now. just smang some ugly chicks.

    If all you want are decent conversations with mildy attractive ladies then talk with teachers. If you are looking for some girls to chill with don't come off too serious. I would hate if a girl came up to me talking about recent political events or natural disasters. Talk some goofy shit to get her to hang with you then start dropping the philosophy bomb, maybe blow her mind. I started a conversation about Jolly Rancher soda before.
     
  10. Stazy

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    Nothing wrong with being pretentious. Girls love my monocle and discussions of why silk umbrellas are superior to nylon ones.
     
  11. mm84321

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    So yes, then. Judging by what you've posted previously, I can only imagine (and probably accurately) what you're like at a bar. Why? Cause I was a lot like you when I was your age. Anyway dude, not to be harsh but the problem is you...I mean, you are 20 FFS and you are missing the point of being 20. Look, how long have you even actively sought to find a girl or whatever? One, two years? And you're already writing off your generation? And judging from how your dining adventures your time seeking out the ladies is undoubtedly limited. Put it this way... I can guarantee IRL, if you're 1/10th the same as your SF persona you're off putting and pretentious and it turns people away from hanging with you. And you just. don't. get it. Again, telling you this cause I've done it and been there. That's pretty much it.
    Sorry, man. I am who I am. And, for what it's worth, I am pretty much 9/10th like my SF persona in real life; so, an "insufferably pretentious twat". For what it's worth, I don't feel I'm pretentious at all. If you knew me, you'd think the same.
     
  12. in stitches

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    imo, these kinds threads tend to make evreybody look worse than they are. on both sides of the coin. mostly because people say things for shock value, others take it seriously and it just get worse from there. just sayin
     
  13. tagutcow

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    Sorry, man. I am who I am.

    And, for what it's worth, I am pretty much 9/10th like my SF persona in real life; so, an "insufferably pretentious twat".

    For what it's worth, I don't feel I'm pretentious at all. If you knew me, you'd think the same.


    It's not so much that you're pretentious, but rather that your sincerely held beliefs are gibberish. Also, you can't grasp the idea of being a teenage badass for the sake of being a teenage badass. I imagine you coming off like one of those "Dear Woman..." guys.
     
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    Dakota rube Senior member

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    Sorry, man. I am who I pretend to be.

    fyp
     
  15. edinatlanta

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    Nothing wrong with being pretentious. Girls love my monocle and discussions of why silk umbrellas are superior to nylon ones.

    Dude I'm pretentious as fuck. So I'm not saying it is bad. There's good pretentiousness and bad. mm has the latter in spades.

    Sorry, man. I am who I am.

    And, for what it's worth, I am pretty much 9/10th like my SF persona in real life; so, an "insufferably pretentious twat".

    For what it's worth, I don't feel I'm pretentious at all. If you knew me, you'd think the same.


    Look, you don't have to apologize. Just that piecing together the parts you put on SF it is pretty damn obvious what's up.

    For what it's worth, I don't feel I'm pretentious at all. If you knew me, you'd think the same.

    A pretentious shitbird would say this, and "I'm a well dressed, sophisticated young man" or "my friends and family would not appreciate a fine meal like I would". Look, dude, you don't have to apologize, just don't bitch about this shit. As I said, I've been there before. I know exactly what you're like.
     
  16. mm84321

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    A pretentious shitbird would say this, and "I'm a well dressed, sophisticated young man" or "my friends and family would not appreciate a fine meal like I would". Look, dude, you don't have to apologize, just don't bitch about this shit.
    I jokingly made that comment in response to someone asking if I felt I would get good service at such a young age. It wasn't meant to stroke my ego. But that you thought it was is telling about your own specific, and personal, experiences--and your own preconceived notions-- with snobby, pretentious kids.
    I assure you, you don't.
     
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    I imagine you coming off like one of those "Dear Woman..." guys.

    so, a sociopath?
     
  18. edinatlanta

    edinatlanta Senior member

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    Edit: nvm mm you're totally right. good luck broheim. You got it all figured out.
     
  19. Lane

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    at least your're not a self-absorbed twat like me
     
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    Try wine tastings as an alternative to bars/clubs. Also non-profit events.
     

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