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Old 04-26-2004, 06:30 AM   #41
 
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As long as we've swerved onto women and romance

Back when I was dating, a fairly long term relationship was terminated by my SO. It came as kind of a shock as I was used to being the one departing a relationship.
Anyway, she opined that she thought I was a
"flirt and a horndog" and that she did "not trust me at all!"
Kind of hurt my feelings (rare) as I had been true blue and intended to continue. However, she also noted
that I had a very dominating personality and she did not
want to be dominated. I couldn't argue with that.

Now, back to our regular programming.................

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Old 05-03-2004, 05:45 PM   #42
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By the way Sheryl, you ever been hit with a full 14oz can of guiness?
Well, not that I can recall. But if I had been, and I'm not saying I haven't, then I probably wouldn't really recall it anyway. Does that sound like plausible deniability?
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Old 05-03-2004, 05:54 PM   #43
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Ah yes - dancing with women and dryer sheets, now I remember why I never paid off the mortgage.quote]

Now THIS is an interesting discussion. * I've just made it back to the forum (I DO HATE WORKING 60-hr WEEKS) to read the latest. *

I think I'll keep the 4.75 mortage a while. * Just in case everyone was on pins and needles wondering.

But just a word from the female side - Guys who can dance - who are even willing to try to dance - *this is a GOOD THING. * Many bonus points, in my score book.
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I don't really know what it is with women and dancing,
but can confirm many "bonus" points for just trying.
Personally, the only dancing I have ever really enjoyed
was "kitchen dancing". I suppose the spontaneous
nature of this enhances the enjoyment. For me
(and I would guess most males), in earlier days it was
a "means to an end".

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Old 05-07-2004, 09:13 AM   #45
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I like dancing, but I hate when someone tries to comment on or instruct my dancing, and someone always does that, so I very rarely dance when I'm not alone. I dance for personal enjoyment, not for visual entertainment of others.

But yeah, women like it when I do it.
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But just a word from the female side - Guys who can dance - who are even willing to try to dance - *this is a GOOD THING. * Many bonus points, in my score book.
Another female weighing in on the dancing thing....

Dancing is a lot like sex if you do it right, it involves observing what your partner is doing and anticipating what they will do next. A man who can communicate nonverbally to lead in structured dance steps and is observant enough to be a good dancer in unstructured dances is likely to be a good partner in bed.

And THAT is why women like men who are willing to dance.
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