Sealing the Deal!

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    Sep 13, 2007 2:14 AM GMT
    Hey Guys,

    I was talking to a good friend of mine and he was telling me about how he officially started to date his boyfriend.

    They met at gay pride festival. During a moment of confirmation he was approached by an even more attractive man. The attractive guy asked him “if they were still on for friday night?”

    Seeing that his now boyfriend had competition he grabs my friend and tells the guy “No he’s with me!”

    Similar situations have happen to me also like that. It’s like you’re not considered worthy unless they see that you can attract a better looking guy then they are.

    I think it’s a human instinct thing I have almost forgotten about. Sometimes you got to show people how desirable you really are.

    So guys if you’re at a crossroads with a potential boyfriend. Show him what your capable of! Scare him alittle. Make him see how much of a good thing you are.

    Another sweet lesson from dreamdrop!
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    Sep 13, 2007 5:18 AM GMT
    I wouldn't really advocate playing mind games with potential boyfriends. I know that if I were to do such a thing I would more than likely lose both guys.
  • trebor965

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    Sep 13, 2007 6:34 AM GMT
    at what point do you boil the child's rabbit?
  • Nudista

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    Sep 13, 2007 2:41 PM GMT
    This type of thing has happened to me with my other half of 9 years.....that is he's seen other men/women coming on to me and lets just say...his look tells it all.

    The exact same has happned to me with him...he gets hit on by women all the time...constantly. I come to accept he's a very attractive guy and that will likely continue so I put the breaks on when i see this...i have nothing to worry about.

    But doing this on purpose to show the other...hey hey, don't forget im in demand!
    I'd have to say thats very high-schoolish, girly, and damn...if someone did that to me on purpose...your date with me would end on the spot. No time for nonsense buddy....never.

    AMB
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    Sep 13, 2007 2:47 PM GMT
    "at what point do you boil the child's rabbit?"

    That's great!
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    Sep 13, 2007 2:51 PM GMT
    Yeah scaring a boyfriend into loving me isn't something I would personally advocate. It sounds quite neurotic and possibly someone who is jealous and afraid to be alone.

    Not my type.
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    Sep 13, 2007 4:17 PM GMT
    what a lame game
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    Sep 13, 2007 4:18 PM GMT
    no offense.
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    Sep 13, 2007 4:50 PM GMT
    So in other words, if one is attractive then one is in demand.

    Eureka!
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    Sep 13, 2007 4:55 PM GMT
    i demand RuggerATX! :)
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    Sep 13, 2007 8:22 PM GMT
    You should pay some really hot guy to come up to your table, the next time you are out to dinner with your date, and compliment you and hit on you. That should be a great way to reenforce your desirability.

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    And as a side-note: I'm available for hire for such services. I charge $100 to show up at your table and say "Hey, I just saw you across the room, and had to come up and meet you," and try to get your number.

    For an additional $20, I can say even more broadly flattering things like, "Aren't you a model?" and when you modestly say "No", I would respond with, "Well, can I get your autograph anyway?"


    And finally, for an additional $300, I'll pretend to be an ex-boyfriend of yours, and will come up to the table and go on and on about how much I miss you, how the sex with you was the best I ever had, and how you can have me back any time you want.


    Serious inquiries only, leave your info with my secretary. Thank you.
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    Sep 14, 2007 4:35 AM GMT
    OMG you guys are missing the point. These guys are still in a relationship to this day.

    This is California you got to have it going on or a guy is not gonna be interested.

    So stop criticizing this is a known fact.
  • MSUBioNerd

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    Sep 14, 2007 4:47 AM GMT
    Known fact? No. It's an opinion. And one that really involves a lot of manipulation and minds games.

    I'm sure there are people for whom it works. But I would hate to be treated that way, and I can't imagine doing it to someone I cared about. I'd rather be single than maintain a boyfriend by trying to make him jealous.
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    Sep 14, 2007 6:25 AM GMT
    I dunno. If you ask me, it sounds like much ado about nothing. Or was that just a midsummer night's dream? In any case, it all ended rather badly for that Othello chap.
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    Sep 14, 2007 9:41 PM GMT
    I'm not even gonna let these opinions ruin this good advice. If you think my advice is harsh, check out Str8 advice on rateme or modelshotel.com I was just telling a story.
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    Sep 14, 2007 10:23 PM GMT
    Any relationship based on physical attraction alone is not a relationship. It's exercise.

    And if you have to make a guy jealous to appreciate you, you may as well walk away. Real mature relationships, don't consist of mind games.

    I'd take a guy that is smart, genuine, mature and honest over a guy from California that has it "going on" with his mind games and bag of tricks anyday. Silly rabbit, tricks are for kids. :-)



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    Sep 17, 2007 7:58 PM GMT
    Another reason for me to stay the hell away from California AND straight dating advice sites.
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    Sep 19, 2007 8:52 PM GMT
    What does California have to do with it? Leave my state alone!

    Playing mind games is immature. But then I guess immature people need to do it to get dates. There are way better uses of your time and energy.
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    Sep 19, 2007 8:56 PM GMT
    I think I used to do that in junior high.....
  • maximumrisk

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    Sep 21, 2007 9:04 PM GMT
    Everybody who uses mindtricks to get other people intrested into them are just lame. Because this people are just kidding themselfs. How are they expecting it to work between them if he needs tricks?
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    Sep 21, 2007 9:09 PM GMT
    Yah, that's SO Dawson's Creek ;) but silver lining du jour...I never thought I'd be on the same wavelength as gregst...
  • MikePhilPerez

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    Sep 22, 2007 12:33 AM GMT
    If I had to play mind games with my man to keep him, you can have him.

    dreamdrop,
    "check out Str8 advice on rateme or modelshotel.com I was just telling a story."

    No offence, but don't believe everything you see on a website.

    Guys who play mind games like that..........well just lets say......what goes around, comes around.

    Mike