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  1. Meeting new people

    From what I gathered on Andi's hometown date to Milwaukee on the last season of the Bachelorette, the city has a lot of breweries and sensitive men. Not sure if this helps you.
  2. Random Thoughts

    consequences of studying terrorism in an academic setting: I found a camouflage tank top at the back of my closet just now and my first thought was, "I could definitely fight ISIS in this"
  3. Random Thoughts

    oh my god this is the best post I've seen in 27 pages
  4. Greetings from Denmark!

    Hej Peter! So cool that you're Danish. I took Swedish lessons for two years and all the Scandinavian languages sound wonderfully melodic. I can't wait to visit the region someday soon. Welcome.
  5. I don't know. Sexual compability is a necessary component in loving and functioning relationships (provided both are healthy in that respect and not asexual). A lot of external and unrelated problems can arise in a marriage when one is unsatisfied sexually. Such resentment spills over. I know that my sex drive is pretty high, but if his is higher, I will always be with him. No hesitation. I can't imagine myself ever saying no. Even if I wasn't in the mood at that particular moment, I won't regret it in the end. If he, on the other hand, had an extremely low sex drive, that would crush me. I look forward to that part of my life so, so much. I don't think I could be with someone who didn't want to have sex with me, and often. I'm not worried about that happening though. Obviously we would have a frank discussion about that before marriage.
  6. Do you know if you want kids?

    I have always wanted children. When I was younger, it was an abstract thought. Something reserved for adulthood. But now that I'm older, there is not a doubt in my mind that I want a husband to love and raise children with. OP, I don't think there is anything wrong with preferring a childless marriage, but I don't necessarily believe having children to appease your partner is the right way to go about things, either.
  7. Random Thoughts

    DON'T WATER YOUR GARDEN AT 11:30 AT NIGHT WITH ONLY YOUR IPHONE AS A FLASHLIGHT The hose nozzle was somehow set to Destroy Everything In Sight and now my parents' vegetable garden doesn't really look like a vegetable garden anymore. My dad's going to be very upset. Times like these where I wish we lived on the bayou so I could blame it on a hurricane...still might...
  8. Short answer: No. Long answer: Hell no.
  9. Singlehood

    There are many reasons. This list is not exhaustive, but a good representation nonetheless. 1. I don't know what it is about me, but it takes me so, so, so long to get over someone. With my first love, it took a year for my heart to stop hurting. I such an awful emptiness and fell into a mild depression for a few months. I think it's because I never truly give someone a part of me until I've established he's worthy and brilliant and wonderful, and he's someone who truly wants me exclusively. When he didn't want me anymore, I kind of fell apart. My second relationship ended in October 2014, and even though we didn't date for very long, I haven't seen anyone since then. Not even casually. Haven't put myself "out there" in that way. I'm ready, but hesitant. So many of my friends can break up with their long-term relationships and bounce back within a month. That blows my mind. 2. I'm naturally very outgoing and this attracts the wrong types of guys sometimes. I do like more introverted guys (both of my serious relationships have been with introverts), but my ex said I seemed """very hard to approach""" because my friendliness was intimidating. 3. I usually meet guys in social situations-parties, bars, etc.- and even though I'm outgoing, I'm very shy with guys I feel an attraction to. When I drink, which is only occasionally, I build up enough courage to approach him first (something I would never do if I was sober!!!) and have a conversation. Then sometimes we kiss, and then I can't bring myself to give him my number because what occurred was so casual. I just don't know where to meet guys in non-drinking establishments. 4. I'm picky. I think too picky.
  10. ahhhhhhh, well, I definitely fit into that sporadic texter category. doesn't mean I'm not into him when I don't text back like omg right away!!! but I would prefer a phone call, or better yet, an occasion where we can meet and chat in real life. so, OP, I wouldn't scrutinize texting so much. some people just don't like it as their primary mode of communication.
  11. For someone called Welcome, you sure are a ballbuster.
  12. Free the nipple?

    There are distinct, biological differences between a man and a woman - and this, throughout history, has allowed us to be socialized differently in the Western context. Honestly, I think we're at the point where some young people are so vehemently anti-society and the patriarchy its begot and blah blah that they'll support anything not mainstream.
  13. A monarchist in Knoxville, TN? I never thought I'd see the day.
  14. "The Questionnaire"

    1. What is your favourite word? Marzipan. I just love to eat marzipan and I can't think of anything else at the moment. 2. What is your least favourite word? C*nt. Even typing it out is cringe-worthy. 3. What sound or noise do you love? Being from a temperate rainforest, I'd have to say the sound of rainfall. It sounds like home. 4. What sound or noise do you hate? Finger nails down a chalkboard. 5. What turns you on? Being well-versed in interesting topics, leadership, conversations that last for hours, and laying with my head on his lap and him stroking my hair until I fall asleep...it's very intimate. 6. What turns you off? An obsession with video games and an unwillingness to admit they're ever wrong. 7. What is your favourite curse word? "Fuck" because it has infinite possibilities. 8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? Religious historian. 9. What profession would you least like to attempt? Being Prime Minister or anything head of state. 10. If Heaven exists, what would you want to hear God say to you when you arrive at the pearly gates? "You must be hungry after that journey. Here, have some angel-hair pasta. Ha. Ha. Ha." (I imagine God makes dad jokes.)