"You must have guys lined up to meet you"

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    Nov 22, 2012 5:00 AM GMT
    Do you also hate it when others say, "you must have guys lined up to meet you". The truth is that I don't, and I am just like every normal person out there. The last person who approached me did so 2 years ago. I have never told anyone this statement and never will. Is this hate towards this sentence irrational?
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    Nov 22, 2012 5:09 AM GMT
    I don't want guys lined up to date me.

    I want gangs of guys to fuck me.
  • Kipstrdl

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    Nov 22, 2012 5:14 AM GMT
    Well if no one else is in line, that puts me in front.

    Wusssup stud?

    I think they're intimidated by your sexiness. but I think you already knew that. or maybe you have a terrible personality. let me go back to your profile, i already tried to read it but was distracted by all the sexy pics
  • tturner2099

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    Nov 22, 2012 5:18 AM GMT
    Ah, that's always funny to hear! When I read it I think "hmm, then I wonder where they are and why they're not paying my bills?" I feel like its just another compliment used to make you feel like you're on a pedestal. It gets annoying.
  • AMoonHawk

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    Nov 22, 2012 5:20 AM GMT
    It's a compliment ... take it with good cheer ... they will get less and less as time goes by
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    Nov 22, 2012 5:50 AM GMT
    I know... I'm like so super hot, and everyone's wants me, this sucks! I'm also super educated and rich and everyone's intimidated by my awesomeness. I also have a 12 inch monster cock and everyone's craving it, but they keep telling me to go gentle and I feel bad. Any advice?
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    Nov 22, 2012 6:19 AM GMT
    It's meant to be a compliment, so just take it like a compliment. I doubt anyone ever has a line of guys waiting to meet them.
  • dfrourke

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    Nov 22, 2012 6:55 AM GMT
    When my best friend and I used to go out in NYC, we used to complain all the time that no one every made an attempt to meet us...

    "Pretty boys go home alone", he used to say.

    That may very well be true, but I realized it was because I also made little attempt to be approachable, accessible, and take a risk myself and say "hello" first. I found out later from a few dates who became friends, they found me "intimidating" - which seems silly to me, however, to be fair it wasn't me who was taking the risk.

    Confidence in myself grew over the last two decades and I am much more comfortable engaging others first and striking up conversation.

    In short, the sentence IS a compliment, your feelings about it are something else to figure out.

    Good luck.

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    Nov 22, 2012 6:56 AM GMT
    Lol. I get that line about every two weeks. Just before the guy explains why he can't possibly ever meet.

    But... Nah, I'm sure there's a line for the OP. Maybe they're all just stalking you. Or fighting amongst themselves. That must be it. Every time someone gets to the head of the line, the ones at the back "disappear" him.
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    Nov 22, 2012 9:53 AM GMT
    freakin hate it

    also hate heating the "Your so hot why are you single" well I'm sorry but if a guys only interested in my for my looks he can go fall over a very high bridge!

    Guys need to grow a pair and learn to approach others!
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    Nov 22, 2012 1:05 PM GMT
    AMoonHawk saidIt's a compliment ... take it with good cheer ... they will get less and less as time goes by

    True dat.
    When people start saying to you "You look great for a guy in his 40's", then you can get pissy.icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 22, 2012 1:37 PM GMT
    Since today is Thanksgiving in the U.S., may I suggest that the best way to handle this is to be gracious and to thank the people who compliment you. It's a privilege to be complimented, and no one is obligated to compliment anyone. Here's a short article to remind us to say "thank you." http://schoolsofthought.blogs.cnn.com/2012/11/21/my-view-5-ways-to-raise-thankful-children/?hpt=hp_t2