Types & Changes

  • Joeyphx444

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    Dec 01, 2010 5:46 AM GMT
    Does anyone feel like maybe the guy you are looking for, your "type" is really not your type? Maybe the guy for you is right in front of you but you haven't given him a chance cause he is not exactly your type.

    I don't mean making a complete change and going for a type you NEVER liked or dated, but someone slightly different.

    In terms of personality and physically do you think you could change your type or just slightly relax your preferences for someone who really makes you feel good and happy?
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    Dec 01, 2010 6:00 AM GMT
    If my Prince Charming isn't going to ride in on a white horse, at least he better have a beautiful, white pony!
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    Dec 01, 2010 11:50 AM GMT
    Jmuscle33 said Maybe the guy for you is right in front of you but you haven't given him a chance cause he is not exactly your type.
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    hmm sounds about right to me
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    Dec 01, 2010 2:25 PM GMT
    It's impossible to meet the man of your dream, because, by definition, he exists only in your head.

    A real person can't compare to a dream man, dream men have nothing wrong.

    Real persons have flaw, but only real persons have the power to make your awake time feel like a dream.
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    Dec 01, 2010 2:29 PM GMT
    "Does anyone feel like maybe the guy you are looking for, your "type" is really not your type? Maybe the guy for you is right in front of you but you haven't given him a chance cause he is not exactly your type."

    Yes. My 'type' was supposedly dark eyes and hair, stocky and stoic. Bill's was similar.

    Then, we met.

    ....and here we are.

    -Doug
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    Dec 01, 2010 2:34 PM GMT
    minox saidonly real persons have the power to make your awake time feel like a dream.


    Apparently so...
  • tuffguyndc

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    Dec 01, 2010 4:42 PM GMT
    i always say i do not have a type. i really do not think i have one. to me its all about the guy. i have been attracted thick guys, hairy guys, muscular guys, and slim guys. the guy, i am seeing now is slim and has a bit of a stomach but he is very handsome, charming and very smart. i think the only thing i always look for is masculinity and a good kisser that to me has been very difficult to find.
    i am wondering if i should give up on that and is that a dream too. i know masculine guys exist because i have met quite few ones from realjock. unfortunately, they are all in other parts of the country.
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    Dec 01, 2010 9:51 PM GMT
    Neither of my previous two boyfriends have been what I would consider my "type" on a strictly physical level, but the connection was there and I think that's what's important.
  • mybud

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    Dec 01, 2010 9:57 PM GMT
    I hope I'm not that short sighted that I don't see a near perfect guy just because he doesn't fit the exact mold I envisioned...Sometimes I think we're too rigid in our thinking ...we might miss you on something awesome and beautiful....The key is flexibility....BUD
  • oyoung

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    Dec 01, 2010 11:44 PM GMT
    In fact, I am thinking about the same thing. When we chasing our dream men, are we sure he is the one for us, at lease the good one? I don't mean the 'type' in my mind is perfect. But seems like it is hard to have connectiong with my 'type' guys.
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    Dec 01, 2010 11:51 PM GMT
    My type has changed...I'll admit, I was for the all-american white guy (typical asian guy) until recently. After having my heart-crushed from another ass - I soon realized I was just recycling the same guys as a bad habit.

    Soon, I found myself opening my eyes to the more than what I'm typically "attracted" to into a new world. Needless to say, I'm surprised at my reaction and quite frankly enjoying the new "grown up" me and the guys who come fourth.

  • dreamer121

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    Dec 02, 2010 12:08 AM GMT
    I keep dating outside of my ideal "type" and keep getting let down. Maybe its me, not opening my mind enough, but there is never a "spark"... sure its a good make out session, but i really don't wanna rip off his clothes and leave him breathless even after a month of dating.

    By all means, if I find someone that makes me feel light-headed after a kiss... I'll totally give him the chance... but... I'll hold out for the tall, fit, genuine, masculine (but sometimes closet princess) of a gay athlete. I've met a few, dated a couple, and hopefully will find one to settle down with.