Lexia322

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About Lexia322

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  1. Lifestyle Choices

    the whole serene countryside life sounds real relaxing but to be honest, i wouldn't know wtf to do with myself after awhile of being there lol i'm from the concrete jungle and that's where my heart is. i like the hustle and bustle of city life.
  2. Obliviousness and Missed Signals

    i'm the same way. in my case, i just don't like complicated things so i tend to see life in black and white terms. if i can't physically see something, then it's not there. lol i don't do small details, suble cues, passiveness etc. if i'm being approached by several men i only notice the aggressive ones and those are the ones who ultimately get my attention and respect. i try to look at it this way: if a guy is risking getting his ego hurt to get close to me, he deserves respect for that courage and balls alone lol the passive ones either don't like you enough or they're more interested in protecting their own heart/pride. some people don't realize that in love, wishy-washy attitudes won't get them that far. that girl who left you her number in your yearbook, she definitely liked you. try calling her maybe if you wanna make something happen with her cuz you never know lol
  3. Gif Warrrrrrrrrr (ARRR)!!

    @buster looking fine in dat suit lol
  4. exactly. at the end of the day it's all about owning up to the consequences of your actions. you're kidding yourself if you think you're immune to that. I dunno about other people but i wouldn't wanna live in a world where people just turned a blind eye to questionable behaviors ( in general). if I'm acting in a questionable, self destructive way I would want somebody to tell me. whether I wanna listen or not is for me to decide (lol) but in life, it's important to be self-reflective sometimes. and other people's opinions can sometimes help with that. self-reflection leads to positive growth. it's fine to say that you wanna live in a world where nobody judged one another. of course that might be ideal for a lot of people. but it's not realistic. you can't live on ideals alone. developing a thicker skin and a personal filter (the ability to take in useful information from your surroundings and learn from that and disregard whatever you think you don't need) is a much more realistic way to live. you could be a total saint (doing everything right. living an honest life) and people will still whip up insults out of thin air and try to bring you down. the shyt never ends but that's life. developing a thick skin is your best chance at survival.
  5. and as far as this girl, I wouldn't call her a hoe but I wouldn't protect her character on some forum either lol looks to me like the OP is ready to move on to bigger and better things now so that's cool.
  6. So true. I don't get why some people feel the need to get all butthurt over matters like these (somebody being judged for their questionable actions) it's human nature to see something and make judgements about it internally. people have a choice of whether to keep those judgements to themselves or not( i will say that it's wiser to keep it to yourself if it's a negative/controversial judgement/opinion lol) but what I'm trying to say is.....you can't live your life in fear of other people's judgements and constantly get butthurt over them. people are gonna judge you no matter what you do or say in this world. you can't stop people from being human and humans DO judge one another. people have a right to form negative opinions about people who are acting in questionable ways. do they have to voice that opinion? not always but hey some people want to and that's fine. Like Buster said, we're talking about the actions that people take. which can always be altered/controlled by that person. if you don't like being called a hoe, there's something you can do about it. I got called hoe in high school all the time because of the way I dressed. did I give a fuq? No lol cuz my friends and my family and I all know the kind of person that I am. I don't feel the need to get butthurt over some stranger's comments. we all need to develop a thick skin in this world lol
  7. yeah don't wait on the sidelines for her to come around. strong people keep moving even after a disappointment. but like you said if you like her as a friend/person and wanna just hang out with her with no expectations then I think that's fine. it's your choice.
  8. like others have said, it's a good thing you found out her stance early on. it sucks when the situation looks soo right and you think they could be the one and then they hit you with something totally unexpected. you wonder if they were acting the whole time. I feel your pain tho. I've been in a similar situation in the past but I quickly bailed out before I became too emotionally invested in the situation. nothing worse than wasting valuable time in dead-end situations that benefit no one.. this is why I stay away from "gotta sow my wild oats" type males lol they come my way but I'm learning to say no to them. it feels good to not compromise your values.
  9. Meeting new people

    some tips: -be the first to say hi. don't wait to be spoken to. you'll always seem friendlier by being the first to say hi no matter where you are. -ask people questions about themselves. seem interested in them. compliment them on something. psychologically, people are programmed to start liking the person who complimented them. (liking them as a person). -only let positive words/thoughts come out of your mouth. people will think you're an overall positive, cheerful person and want to be around you. you wanna avoid looking like a downer when you're trying to make new friends so don't say negative things that bring people's moods down. even a seemingly innocent comment like "this salad tastes nasty" (when you're eating at a restaurant together or something) might give people the impression that you're a negative person who does a lot of complaining. -smile. loosen up and look relaxed. don't have an uptight/stank expression on your face. make it easier for people to approach you.
  10. Social Bias Against Men

    I know a guy that once got arrested for defending himself against his ex-gf. during a fight or something she came at him with a knife and he fought her off mildly at first but the bytch wouldn't back down so he knocked her a$$ out. some women take advantage of the fact that the justice system will go easy on them and so they push boundaries and try to get away with shyt like this. men: it's perfectly reasonable to physically defend yourself against a crazy a$$ bytch coming at you with a knife. if I were the judge, I would let you walk away like this wouldn't even be an issue I would even make the bytch pay up for causing distress, or damaging your property (if she slashed any of your car tyres or anything like that) lol. if I'm not your judge however, good luck. you're gonna need it unfortunately.
  11. well i first suspected something was off when my profile said that I logged in when I didn't. (was at work/ or was out and about during that time so I couldn't have logged in). and then the same thing kept happening so I checked/spied on my profile during the day (without logging in) to see and my "last login" kept showing new times. this only started happening couple days ago. in the past, if I went away for two weeks or whatever, nothing in my profile changed. things stayed the way I left it. I don't even know what's going on. i'm confused over here too.
  12. lol but just out of curiosity, what did you say to her before she stopped texting you?
  13. relax. sometimes people stop texting back because they simply have nothing more to add to the topic being talked about or whatever. or maybe they're just plain busy. don't sweat it. it's usually nothing personal .
  14. i changed my password recently but they cracked that one too.