DESCRIPTION: Can't see the right topic? Check out the All Forums page.Swathi Rao: A malaysian muslim here an FOR THE LOVE OF GOD PEOPLE! stop making everything into politics and can we just have fun watching and laughing at this video without the need of political fight? Like seriously, I do met several israeli friends and they quite nice to me.gosh some people cant just get the politics out of their head
Bannana Joe: Dating in the Midwest please?
Pino Kio: Dutch woman here. Hahaha.oh boy.I remember I was totally flabbergasted when I DID meet a romantic dutch man. Instead of 'just going for drinks and seeing what happens', he had planned this whole date! He held my hand and made a good effort of charming me, only to never ask me on a second date. Welp.that happened!
Anim Mouse: I'm Spanish but Idk If the whole country does this but in my household I was raised believing that a guy should pay for at least the first dates until you and your partner are comforble with each other then splitting the bill happens UNLESS if she insists on paying the bill I will ask one more time and look her in the eye to be 1 sure then that's the exception
Sabrina Faoro: So, Russian women know how to be women unlike their western counterparts? Interesting.
Ternitamas: There was not even a bit of Polish accent in her voice
Igor Cogo: Well, this is a more general 'guide'. Some girls are quite shy, actually. And some (specially in the north are quite agressive.
Robbie Devine: Ignorance is not cool. Got that, Westerners?
Pierre Poo: Did I mention most of people here getting marry in early 20's and stay together till death? Yes, it is just part of honor. Men respect women, women respect men. Also image how men should act is very much into gentelmen soldier's discipline.
Jaqueline: We say Na Zdorovie in Polish when we cheer, I can see the confusion. Also nearly all these Russian women stereotypes apply to me and most Eastern European women. Guys are so stupid! Where are you from, Russia? Poland? is that near Russia?
Alonso Hndz: Oh hey look! A Rammstein quote!
Some Thang: The Chinese woman isn't bad.better than American women who some want to leave relationships for stupid things
Radim Sitar: I like Indian women they are beautiful, sadly lot of them areliving a hell, really bad thanks to the fucking stupid racist traditions of marriage
Ahmady Darlus: I love her ahhahaahha so trueee!
Joey Merrick: I've been living in China for a while and dated a few girls. The only positive thing about chinese it's their beauty, they are the prettiest in Asia when you look up close. Everything else about chinese girlfriends is negative, they don't do any chores, they never pay for anything. All they do is look at their phone. And don't get me started on their skills in bed.
Jarrett Perry: Problem is they can be real bitches like no mames wei.
Kally91wph: After I saw that bakery and all the desserts I could think of nothing else.
Eve Kohley: Her nose looks like a dick. She should be nicknamed Dick Nose.
Never text, email or Facebook a man first: In the original rules, the authors said that you should never speak to a man first. Not even just to utter a friendly “hello” in his direction. Apparently this extends to the realms of social media now too. Never ask a man out via social networking and, if possible, don't speak to him until he. When to Friend Him You can walk down the street passing people and just by hearing two seconds of girl-convo will most likely hear this topic being debated twice to 40 times a day. “Should I friend him? I just met him. Should I wait? What are the rules? Does it even mean anything?” You should friend him. You should wait. 1 Feb I first knew of his existence four months ago, we were studying in the same school but he is a year younger. I wasn't really interested but I do see him around quite a lot. We never said hi or smiled to each other. Just last week, he came up and introduced himself and we talked for a little bit. A few days.
How to keep your cool when dating a very attractive guy?Never text, email or Facebook a man first: In the original rules, the authors said that you should never speak to a man first. Not even just to utter a friendly “hello” in his direction. Apparently this extends to the realms of social media now too. Never ask a man out via social networking and, if possible, don't speak to him until he. 23 Jan Hookups and Facebook are two integral parts of the dating scene in — but should the two ever be combined? That's the question my best friend and I were pondering over overpriced cocktails recently. Both of us have been on Facebook for most of ou..
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They see each other crosswise a crowded room, they feel a spark of attraction, they exchange some witty jesting, and when suddenly they're separated past their entourages' conflicting plans. Luckily, they travel in similar circles and are able to get some dirt on each other. All daydream is not lost. How did Romeo go around reconnecting with his lady love? He showed up on her balcony and engaged in some high-strung getting-to-know-you gossip.
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Is adding him on Facebook creepy or endearing? I work at a local cafe and a few months ago a guy 25 came in with his grandma. Instantly, I was really attracted to him. We joke around and I thought I made it pretty obvious I was Flirting.
I was taking my dear time with him as my line was building. Now his grandma comes in alone pretty often, and raves about him. From this, I've gotten to know his name, age and just a little about what he does. I see him every now and again and we will still talk a lengthy conversation even after he has gotten his order.
I've also caught him looking at me multiple times, if that means anything.
1 Feb I first knew of his existence four months ago, we were studying in the same school but he is a year younger. I wasn't really interested but I do see him around quite a lot. We never said hi or smiled to each other. Just last week, he came up and introduced himself and we talked for a little bit. A few days. What would you think if a Girl added you randomly on Facebook that you've talked to a few times? I should also add that I can at least say I think I'm pretty cute, so I don't think he would think some ugly sea creature was adding him. If you don't think I should add him, how do you think i should Approach him. OK, so I recently began volunteering with this guy whom I kind of have a little crush on. We've volunteered together twice and both times we talked a lot-- probably more than we really should have considering we were supposed to be doing work. Anyway, I've been debating adding him as a friend on Facebook, but I don't.