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Have you ever noticed?
July 20, 2005
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Have you ever noticed that the people that you are really interested in, it never works out and then the ones that you aren't interested in, always like you?

July 20, 2005
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I always thought it was because we want what we can't have. That which is before us that we can have, we're not interested in.

July 20, 2005
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It's not the thrill of the kill...but the chase. Learned that many years ago. You always want what you cannot have. But to quote Mick Jagger, You can't always get what you want...but sometimes you get what you need.

July 20, 2005
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Actually, I have had mutual in-love relationships in my life. I've had the other type too but if someone isn't as interested in me as I am in him I move on. Mutual does exist.

July 20, 2005
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I'm with you Aces.....that's certainly the way my life has been going. Often wondered why. Unfortunately I haven't found the answer...only speculation.

July 20, 2005
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You are not being yourself, thats why this is happening.

If you are being yourself when you meet other people, then you will attract people that you will also be attracted to.

If you are NOT being yourself, then you'll attract people who are attracted by the person you are pretending to be, because its only a pretense, you won't like them. And the guys YOU are attracted to , won't be into the pretend you....so you won't attract them.

So...if you are truly yourself, no masks, no pretence, no fakey-fakey, then you'll attract what attracts you.

Get it?

July 20, 2005
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Well, as a younger man I noticed that if I was friendly with a woamn, but not romantically interested in her, she was much more likely to get interested in me.

what i learned from this was I just needed to be myself and approach any woman that i was interested in through a 'let's be friends' approach at first. It was funny though to think that the minute I stopped trying to get girls/women interested in me was the time at which they became interested.

July 20, 2005
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Aces,

I'm with you on this one. I seem to either attract the biggest ass%$# of the bunch....or the biggest dweeb on the planet.

I know about the whole thrill of the chase thing and for the most part that has been my problem, however....in my quest to find the nice guy....I've met up with some doozies.

Here's an example....One night at my local hangout, I met this guy who seemed nice but didn't seem to be the brightest bulb in the box. The place was particularly smokey that night and it was burning my eyes. He kept complimenting me on my eyes (once is enough fellas, thank you) and all of sudden he said....."I love the way your eyes blink alot when you talk". I said (very dead pan I might add)..."there's smoke in my eyes". Okay...gotta go.

Or the guy who on my first date, while we were dancing, kept winking at me every time I looked at him.....right before he spunned me and dipped me. My response...."take me home please....no need to call".

And finally the "Smile, it can't be that bad" guy. After saying that to me, oh, I don't know, a good fifteen times.....Yes, it really IS that bad!

Good grief!!!!

Lolli

July 20, 2005
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Oooh, I HATE the "Smile" line, Lolli. I have gotten that one a few times. One guy said it to me all night,... after making me self-conscious with it the first go-around, I was practically smiling non-stop! Sheesh! Don't guys realize it's practically like he's said, "You aren't pretty enough. Here, do this..." Yeah, I know he's trouble when that line comes out. Just met me, and already trying to fix me!

July 20, 2005
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You guys crack me up. Well that last jack ass that i actually liked played me along and then ohhh i see him at the bar hitting on other women when we were suppose to have a date that night.

I think Im attracted to the WRONG type of men, if we attract what we are, I sure as hell am not the greatest then.

July 21, 2005
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I wouldn't say it NEVER works out. I think this story is as old as history... single people say "O I can't find a nice guy/girl...."

I am a gay guy and it is real difficult finding a nice guy. I used to think it was due to where I live, in a suburban area outside of NYC. But I have friends who live in NYC, in the heart of one of the most gay places on earth (Greenwich Village, Chelsea, Soho, etc), and even THEY say it's hard to meet someone. I would have thought it would be easy there - downtown, you can't swing a dead cat without giving it fashion and grooming tips.

I hang out at some of the straight nightclubs/bars around here, and all I see are tons of attractive, upwardly mobile single people.... but it's STILL hard for them to connect with the right person.

Jack

July 21, 2005
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I find MANY nice guys, but for some reason I just don't feel that spark or attraction with them. I think that they're are MANY nice guys and girls out there, it is just not what a lot of us seem to be attracted to.

I agree many people say i will never find a nice guy/girl but if we are really honest, I wonder if that is what we really truly want, and if it is, how then are we just not attracted to them?

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