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badonlinedaters:

It seems most women on these blogs are plagued with the creepy older guys outside of their age range hitting on them. Nope, not me. No, I get the 20-somethings (or younger!) who think I should date them because they’re “very mature for their age.” Like, no son. I’ve dated guys nearly 10 years younger than me, and trust me, you are NOT mature. Now go away and let the grown-ups talk now, mmkay?

This… I had newly “legal” guys wanting to have sex with me. No thanks, I don’t want casual sex and not with a freaking teen when I’m about to turn 30.

badonlinedaters:

It seems most women on these blogs are plagued with the creepy older guys outside of their age range hitting on them. Nope, not me. No, I get the 20-somethings (or younger!) who think I should date them because they’re “very mature for their age.” Like, no son. I’ve dated guys nearly 10 years younger than me, and trust me, you are NOT mature. Now go away and let the grown-ups talk now, mmkay?

This… I had newly “legal” guys wanting to have sex with me. No thanks, I don’t want casual sex and not with a freaking teen when I’m about to turn 30.

ok-creeper:

okcreepsters:

Dear Glenn,
You cannot afford me.
Love,S

Apparently OK Cupid is some code for Hookers R Us?

$150, that’s cheap. I was offered $500 by some creeper I posted on my french blog.
http://kiwi-verde.tumblr.com/post/88858021966/je-brouille-pas-de-coordones-cette-fois-ce-gars

ok-creeper:

okcreepsters:

Dear Glenn,

You cannot afford me.

Love,
S

Apparently OK Cupid is some code for Hookers R Us?

$150, that’s cheap. I was offered $500 by some creeper I posted on my french blog.

http://kiwi-verde.tumblr.com/post/88858021966/je-brouille-pas-de-coordones-cette-fois-ce-gars

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temptalia:

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temptalia:

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ok-creeper:

tastefullyoffensive:

[catpooexplosion]

How ‘Spawn of Chucky’ is this??

ok-creeper:

A follow-on to my post

I have a friend, he is my age, just a little taller, with less hair, and we both carry a few extra pounds. Both of us would be considered ‘below average’ on the physical attractiveness scale.

He is self-centered, a little arrogant, cocky, and plays in a band and exudes…

I don’t get why some woman are attrackted to the “bad boys” or “jerk” type. I run from them as fast as I can. I don’t understand how one can be attracted to abusive people all the time. I made this mistake once, not again. If the guy is disrespectful (to me or just to a waiter, bartender, other people in general)…

badonlinedaters:

I really don’t know why he’s single, what with the stalking and creepin’ and all. Chicks dig stalkers.

hedgehogsofasgard:

Rescue girl in the tub… I didn’t even start scrubbing her yet! She was so, so dirty. Her quills were sticking together and she smelled horrible. She’s not completely clean yet but I got most of the filth off. What a difference!

ellendegeneres:

#ClassicJokeWednesday

ellendegeneres:

#ClassicJokeWednesday

landscapelifescape:

Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 by PeterJCoskun

landscapelifescape:

Yosemite National Park, California, USA

 by PeterJCoskun

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

The non-romantic me, would not like that. Don’t buy me a dress (how if it doesn’t fit me or look ugly on me, I don’t even buy clothes online, I need to try them) or tell me what I should wear. It sounds too controling to me and not “cute”. Just a note “I’ll invite you to dinner” is pretty enough for me. Isn’t that kind of stuff puting preasure on guys anyway to be “perfect and romantic and do grand gesture”.

Why do you assume he didn’t pull this out of her closet? What if he is going to wear something that would compliment it? If the guy just says, “I’m going to take you to dinner” then he has to answer a bunch of questions, what should I wear being one of the top 3. In my experience, 90% of the time, the woman is going to try on 10 things and ask me how each one looks, anyways, so this way I save her all that trouble. I think it is cute, and actually quite thoughtful.
Sometimes you shouldn’t question things, and just enjoy the moment - not every nice thing that a guy does for a woman has a basis in sexism. To assume that means that men are not capable of independent thought and are all motivated by the same things.

That’s why I also said “don’t tell me what to wear”. I don’t want any boyfriend to pick things out for me to wear, even if it’s in my closet. I don’t try on diferent things on for a dinner, I don’t take hours to get my hair & make up either. I just want to know “casual” or “chic” than I pull out one outfit and this is it.I don’t find those kind of gesture cute. I don’t dream of the prince charming and stuff you see in rom com. That’s my personality. I hate romantic stuff and this would not fly with me.

and if I were dating you, I would hope to know that about you before it became an issue. See, I learned one thing about you already, and we’re not even dating. haha

I mention to guys I chat I’m a bit un-usual. I hate rom com, I don’t like to be cuddeled on for hours or be played in my hair. Don’t give me flower in front of my coworker/familly or any sort of crowd, I hate that sort of things. I’m glad my ex never proposed in a way you see in the movies or on viral video (he has many bads side, but at least he did this right).
I’m more of a “let’s see the latest James Bond” or “let’s spend time playing Mario Kart”. I like if the guys hold the dorr for me, but that’s enough “romance” for me.

What a perfectly wonderful personality! I think ‘jumbotron proposals’ are cheesy, too. I love James Bond, but I suck at Mario Kart, so I guess we are not meant to be….*sigh*
But I’ll still hold the door for you, because I do it for everyone, not just women - it’s considerate and a sign of respect, not condescension.

LOL, I suck at Mario Kart, but I like it anyway.I do hold door for anyone too and when they are not even able to say a small “thanks” I often blurt out a sacastic “you’re welcome”. I guess the “Canadian are polite” don’t apply to Québec. -_-

I’ve actually never found Canadians to be overly polite, but maybe because most of my Candian friends are from Quebec. (or Ontario, and they are just rude to tourists, and really stupid alcohol laws!) haha!

I found Ontarians to be more polite and better driver than Quebecker! Glad to see I,m not the only one not getting the stereotype.
I must admit I once said sorry when I bumped on my table. That’s the more typical Canadian thing I every did, bar the sugar shack. I forgot to mention in my different post I hate Tim Horton, I don’t get why people think it’s the best thing ever and why some US peaople come to Canada and it’s the first they go to. Starbucks and Dunkin Donut (RIP) FTW

Not a big fan of Tim Horton, either. Or starblechs, for that matter; only for espresso or cappuccino. The rest of their coffee tastes like battery acid to me. Dunkin is probably my favorite ‘regular’ coffee that you can get out at a restaurant. I’m a little snobby about my coffee, sorry.
After I sent that last reply I had a funny thought of you and me meeting somewhere and each trying to hold the door for the other. “After you.” “No, after you.” “Oh, no, no, no, after you!” …. We’d never get in the place, so if we ever meet, can we agree that I will hold the door and you will go in first? haha

LOL, the mental image of this is very funny. You’ll hold the door, mister not-as-creepy-as-his-ursername if we ever meet.

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

The non-romantic me, would not like that. Don’t buy me a dress (how if it doesn’t fit me or look ugly on me, I don’t even buy clothes online, I need to try them) or tell me what I should wear. It sounds too controling to me and not “cute”. Just a note “I’ll invite you to dinner” is pretty enough for me. Isn’t that kind of stuff puting preasure on guys anyway to be “perfect and romantic and do grand gesture”.

Why do you assume he didn’t pull this out of her closet? What if he is going to wear something that would compliment it? If the guy just says, “I’m going to take you to dinner” then he has to answer a bunch of questions, what should I wear being one of the top 3. In my experience, 90% of the time, the woman is going to try on 10 things and ask me how each one looks, anyways, so this way I save her all that trouble. I think it is cute, and actually quite thoughtful.

Sometimes you shouldn’t question things, and just enjoy the moment - not every nice thing that a guy does for a woman has a basis in sexism. To assume that means that men are not capable of independent thought and are all motivated by the same things.

That’s why I also said “don’t tell me what to wear”. I don’t want any boyfriend to pick things out for me to wear, even if it’s in my closet. I don’t try on diferent things on for a dinner, I don’t take hours to get my hair & make up either. I just want to know “casual” or “chic” than I pull out one outfit and this is it.

I don’t find those kind of gesture cute. I don’t dream of the prince charming and stuff you see in rom com. That’s my personality. I hate romantic stuff and this would not fly with me.

and if I were dating you, I would hope to know that about you before it became an issue. See, I learned one thing about you already, and we’re not even dating. haha

I mention to guys I chat I’m a bit un-usual. I hate rom com, I don’t like to be cuddeled on for hours or be played in my hair. Don’t give me flower in front of my coworker/familly or any sort of crowd, I hate that sort of things. I’m glad my ex never proposed in a way you see in the movies or on viral video (he has many bads side, but at least he did this right).

I’m more of a “let’s see the latest James Bond” or “let’s spend time playing Mario Kart”. I like if the guys hold the dorr for me, but that’s enough “romance” for me.

What a perfectly wonderful personality! I think ‘jumbotron proposals’ are cheesy, too. I love James Bond, but I suck at Mario Kart, so I guess we are not meant to be….*sigh*

But I’ll still hold the door for you, because I do it for everyone, not just women - it’s considerate and a sign of respect, not condescension.

LOL, I suck at Mario Kart, but I like it anyway.

I do hold door for anyone too and when they are not even able to say a small “thanks” I often blurt out a sacastic “you’re welcome”. I guess the “Canadian are polite” don’t apply to Québec. -_-

I’ve actually never found Canadians to be overly polite, but maybe because most of my Candian friends are from Quebec. (or Ontario, and they are just rude to tourists, and really stupid alcohol laws!) haha!

I found Ontarians to be more polite and better driver than Quebecker! Glad to see I,m not the only one not getting the stereotype.

I must admit I once said sorry when I bumped on my table. That’s the more typical Canadian thing I every did, bar the sugar shack. I forgot to mention in my different post I hate Tim Horton, I don’t get why people think it’s the best thing ever and why some US peaople come to Canada and it’s the first they go to. Starbucks and Dunkin Donut (RIP) FTW

Not a big fan of Tim Horton, either. Or starblechs, for that matter; only for espresso or cappuccino. The rest of their coffee tastes like battery acid to me. Dunkin is probably my favorite ‘regular’ coffee that you can get out at a restaurant. I’m a little snobby about my coffee, sorry.

After I sent that last reply I had a funny thought of you and me meeting somewhere and each trying to hold the door for the other. “After you.” “No, after you.” “Oh, no, no, no, after you!” …. We’d never get in the place, so if we ever meet, can we agree that I will hold the door and you will go in first? haha

LOL, the mental image of this is very funny. You’ll hold the door, mister not-as-creepy-as-his-ursername if we ever meet.

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

The non-romantic me, would not like that. Don’t buy me a dress (how if it doesn’t fit me or look ugly on me, I don’t even buy clothes online, I need to try them) or tell me what I should wear. It sounds too controling to me and not “cute”. Just a note “I’ll invite you to dinner” is pretty enough for me. Isn’t that kind of stuff puting preasure on guys anyway to be “perfect and romantic and do grand gesture”.

Why do you assume he didn’t pull this out of her closet? What if he is going to wear something that would compliment it? If the guy just says, “I’m going to take you to dinner” then he has to answer a bunch of questions, what should I wear being one of the top 3. In my experience, 90% of the time, the woman is going to try on 10 things and ask me how each one looks, anyways, so this way I save her all that trouble. I think it is cute, and actually quite thoughtful.
Sometimes you shouldn’t question things, and just enjoy the moment - not every nice thing that a guy does for a woman has a basis in sexism. To assume that means that men are not capable of independent thought and are all motivated by the same things.

That’s why I also said “don’t tell me what to wear”. I don’t want any boyfriend to pick things out for me to wear, even if it’s in my closet. I don’t try on diferent things on for a dinner, I don’t take hours to get my hair & make up either. I just want to know “casual” or “chic” than I pull out one outfit and this is it.I don’t find those kind of gesture cute. I don’t dream of the prince charming and stuff you see in rom com. That’s my personality. I hate romantic stuff and this would not fly with me.

and if I were dating you, I would hope to know that about you before it became an issue. See, I learned one thing about you already, and we’re not even dating. haha

I mention to guys I chat I’m a bit un-usual. I hate rom com, I don’t like to be cuddeled on for hours or be played in my hair. Don’t give me flower in front of my coworker/familly or any sort of crowd, I hate that sort of things. I’m glad my ex never proposed in a way you see in the movies or on viral video (he has many bads side, but at least he did this right).
I’m more of a “let’s see the latest James Bond” or “let’s spend time playing Mario Kart”. I like if the guys hold the dorr for me, but that’s enough “romance” for me.

What a perfectly wonderful personality! I think ‘jumbotron proposals’ are cheesy, too. I love James Bond, but I suck at Mario Kart, so I guess we are not meant to be….*sigh*
But I’ll still hold the door for you, because I do it for everyone, not just women - it’s considerate and a sign of respect, not condescension.

LOL, I suck at Mario Kart, but I like it anyway.I do hold door for anyone too and when they are not even able to say a small “thanks” I often blurt out a sacastic “you’re welcome”. I guess the “Canadian are polite” don’t apply to Québec. -_-

I’ve actually never found Canadians to be overly polite, but maybe because most of my Candian friends are from Quebec. (or Ontario, and they are just rude to tourists, and really stupid alcohol laws!) haha!

I found Ontarians to be more polite and better driver than Quebecker! Glad to see I,m not the only one not getting the stereotype.

I must admit I once said sorry when I bumped on my table. That’s the more typical Canadian thing I every did, bar the sugar shack. I forgot to mention in my different post I hate Tim Horton, I don’t get why people think it’s the best thing ever and why some US peaople come to Canada and it’s the first they go to. Starbucks and Dunkin Donut (RIP) FTW

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

ok-creeper:

fiaspice:

The non-romantic me, would not like that. Don’t buy me a dress (how if it doesn’t fit me or look ugly on me, I don’t even buy clothes online, I need to try them) or tell me what I should wear. It sounds too controling to me and not “cute”. Just a note “I’ll invite you to dinner” is pretty enough for me. Isn’t that kind of stuff puting preasure on guys anyway to be “perfect and romantic and do grand gesture”.

Why do you assume he didn’t pull this out of her closet? What if he is going to wear something that would compliment it? If the guy just says, “I’m going to take you to dinner” then he has to answer a bunch of questions, what should I wear being one of the top 3. In my experience, 90% of the time, the woman is going to try on 10 things and ask me how each one looks, anyways, so this way I save her all that trouble. I think it is cute, and actually quite thoughtful.

Sometimes you shouldn’t question things, and just enjoy the moment - not every nice thing that a guy does for a woman has a basis in sexism. To assume that means that men are not capable of independent thought and are all motivated by the same things.

That’s why I also said “don’t tell me what to wear”. I don’t want any boyfriend to pick things out for me to wear, even if it’s in my closet. I don’t try on diferent things on for a dinner, I don’t take hours to get my hair & make up either. I just want to know “casual” or “chic” than I pull out one outfit and this is it.

I don’t find those kind of gesture cute. I don’t dream of the prince charming and stuff you see in rom com. That’s my personality. I hate romantic stuff and this would not fly with me.

and if I were dating you, I would hope to know that about you before it became an issue. See, I learned one thing about you already, and we’re not even dating. haha

I mention to guys I chat I’m a bit un-usual. I hate rom com, I don’t like to be cuddeled on for hours or be played in my hair. Don’t give me flower in front of my coworker/familly or any sort of crowd, I hate that sort of things. I’m glad my ex never proposed in a way you see in the movies or on viral video (he has many bads side, but at least he did this right).

I’m more of a “let’s see the latest James Bond” or “let’s spend time playing Mario Kart”. I like if the guys hold the dorr for me, but that’s enough “romance” for me.

What a perfectly wonderful personality! I think ‘jumbotron proposals’ are cheesy, too. I love James Bond, but I suck at Mario Kart, so I guess we are not meant to be….*sigh*

But I’ll still hold the door for you, because I do it for everyone, not just women - it’s considerate and a sign of respect, not condescension.

LOL, I suck at Mario Kart, but I like it anyway.

I do hold door for anyone too and when they are not even able to say a small “thanks” I often blurt out a sacastic “you’re welcome”. I guess the “Canadian are polite” don’t apply to Québec. -_-

I’ve actually never found Canadians to be overly polite, but maybe because most of my Candian friends are from Quebec. (or Ontario, and they are just rude to tourists, and really stupid alcohol laws!) haha!

I found Ontarians to be more polite and better driver than Quebecker! Glad to see I,m not the only one not getting the stereotype.

I must admit I once said sorry when I bumped on my table. That’s the more typical Canadian thing I every did, bar the sugar shack. I forgot to mention in my different post I hate Tim Horton, I don’t get why people think it’s the best thing ever and why some US peaople come to Canada and it’s the first they go to. Starbucks and Dunkin Donut (RIP) FTW