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That's why it's my opinion that the true progressive position on gay marriage is to be opposed to it.
Stop trying to limit my potential client pool lol
Some of these mathites/ap wiseguys are humorless, anal, cynical, and socially inadequate. Little wonder that some of em rarely get out from behind their computer keyboards and sims. And attempting to interact with an attractive young woman is a proposition thatc arries a serious negative expectation for some of these cats. So, hopefully you'll decide to stick around, hey hey.
Hey…why the personal insults :)
wow ok you don't even know me so for u to say this kind of stuff is ridiculous; if i were successful in the modeling business, i wouldn't be teasing w/ u guys??? WHERE IN ANY OF MY POSTS DID I EVEN (TRY T0) "HUSTLE" ANYONE HERE??? And when did i ask for or want chips, free rooms etc?? ok i think i am done w/ this site thanks!!
I hope you'll return. Despite my efforts to keep the behavior gentlemanly, sometimes things get hostile and judgmental. I enjoyed having you around. Your participation was a nice change of pace.
Wizard, the course of action is clear. You need to give JJ blanket immunity w/r/t all lesbian anecdotes.
Maybe if she hid them in spoiler tags.
This is what im talking about. You have a way of saying things that are open to interpretation, but still leave yourself with an out(s). In this case, you added "that I don't connect with" this leave it very open to interpenetration for what you are trying say, one may think what you are really saying is, she is classless. You are then open to claim anything, even if what you really are trying to convey, is that, she is classless. I guess we could just call it double talk. You can go to both extremes is this case. You could simply say the class of people you don't connect with are, Beautiful, Smart, Wonderful people. Or you could say the opposite and that's the people you do connect with. In simple terms, you cover your ass.Quote: boymimbo
She's just in a class of people that I don't connect with.
I have zero animosity towards you what so ever, I'm not saying you are doing anything wrong, or your trying to play it this way. I'm just saying there may be some suspicion of, well spoken clever attempts at degrading. I'm just telling you what someone may read into some of your posts regarding this situation. And you should not be shocked at some of the reactions.
In my opinion, the question really comes down to one of approachability. I only wear World Industries or FILA skateboarding shoes because I think that they are the most comfortable, that, and they are dirt friggin' cheap ($30, new) and I see no reason to pay more than absolutely necessary for shoes if they are comfortable. I get the impression of these shared characteristics, and not to say JuicieJennie is like that, but I would take one look at her and would not approach her for any reason at all. I wouldn't say something innocuously friendly to her because my impression (appearance alone) is that she takes one look at the shoes that I am wearing and tells me to screw off.
The thing is that I am a reasonably attractive guy (6.5-7.0 out of 10) who dresses very poorly, I could dress well (money-wise) but I don't know how to dress well and I don't care to dress well. I have tried to dress well in the past and have failed, "Your suit jacket isn't supposed to be that big on you," and things like that. "You're not supposed to wear a shirt with a design as an undershirt under a white dress shirt because people can see the design through your shirt," that kind of crap, and a bunch of other crap that would never occur to me because I don't care enough.
Thus, there is a class of people that care enough and most of those people (60%?) have more money than I do, a few of them (20%?) have roughly the same amount of money I do, and a few of them (20%) have less. These are the people who care to a great degree about clothes and presentation to a fairly exclusive degree, there's nothing wrong with caring about it somewhat, I respect people that have decent style, (I like your beige jacket, Axelwolf) but I don't think anyone should care what anyone else is wearing from a standpoint of casting judgment.
Okay, so I have skateboarding shoes, jeans that are always too tight or too loose (depending on who you ask) and a friggin' zip-up Mr. Rogers Neighborhood sweater, and JuicieJennie has some of the characteristics of someone who really cares about that sort of thing, (though she may not) so I would not approach her or anyone else that I think really cares about what other people do. Some people, and again, JuicieJennie is very likely not amongst them, have no respect for me, even on the fundamental level of being a fellow human being, because of the way I dress. If I perceive that as a possibility, I'll avoid that person.
I only wear World Industries or FILA skateboarding shoes
omg!! skateboarding shoes are sooOOoo hotttt!!
(Just trying to fill the void)