Name ONE THING you would sacrifice for someone you were interested in.

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    Sep 20, 2007 7:41 AM GMT
    Nothing like your morals. But would you consider workable. Ugly feet? Jacked up teeth? A little messy perhaps?
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    Sep 20, 2007 3:42 PM GMT
    My virginity.
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    Sep 20, 2007 4:08 PM GMT
    If they have a HUGE caring heart...id overlook just about anything!!! And have!!!!
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    Sep 20, 2007 4:23 PM GMT
    If I loved someone I'd accept them as is - flaws and all. I've noticed how at times I've met people who at first I didn't consider necessarily attractive folks, but in time, as I got to know them, begain to regard them as quite attractive.
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    Sep 20, 2007 4:45 PM GMT
    This is a hard question...I think that's why you spend time getting to know someone...you need to see the person as a whole and not just its parts.....

    I think I would have a hard time living with someone that it is not clean.... I mean...I'm picky with feet, teeth and all that crap...I also have a very acute and sensitive sense of smell and there is nothing I hate more than rude person, you could be a god but if you are rude to people go and f#%& yourself!

    But honestly so far no compromises…other than what my partner or ex-partners like to do for hobbies…and I like my own time and space so no problems there either.

    I don’t think I could date a Republican…..I know it is narrow minded but I simply can’t.
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    Sep 20, 2007 5:01 PM GMT
    I wouldn't sacrifice anything for someone i were merely interested in. Somewhere down the line concessions might be made, but not right off the bat.

    I wouldn't compromise my "rules" or selectivity either.

    It's a man... not my G-d!
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    Sep 20, 2007 6:00 PM GMT
    How rich is the guy in this hypothetical?
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    Sep 20, 2007 6:31 PM GMT
    "I couldnt date a republican"....LOL....I cant beleive there are actually people out there so narrowminded....here is the irony...

    I met a guy on connexion.org last year...he wasnt going to date me because of my political beliefs....but he decided to look past them...and we did establish a datin grelationship....

    turns out....he lied and cheated on me over and over and over....so...who is the worse person? The liberal player or me? Should I hate all democrats now????

    See my point guys?????
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    Sep 20, 2007 6:34 PM GMT


    I don't know Aero. I know what I couldn't do...and thats a jacked up grill or jacked up feet!!!lol

    But seriously, what the question was really posing was towards something like race, or height, or nationality. Maybe someone with a handicap.
  • iHavok

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    Sep 20, 2007 6:42 PM GMT
    I have difficulties being attracted to men who aren't masculine, and more oddly enough don't sound masculine, however I can overlook just about anything else...age is kinda hard to work passed as well.
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    Sep 20, 2007 6:47 PM GMT
    I moved in to a part of town that I didn't like, and into a house that I didn't much like away from my friends. All for a guy who I loved. But we were very happy and I grew to love the house and the area.

    Relationships are all about compromise and if you don't compromise you're partnership will hit the rocks sooner rather than later.
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    Sep 20, 2007 7:03 PM GMT
    mascjockatl....I'll take the cheater! LOL!!

    kidding there....I'm not political 9even though it will not look that way with what I'm going to say), but I couldn't live (or even date) with someone who prides to be "conservative"....I come from a very conservative background and I don't have anything to do with that anymore, never again, thank you very much!...I'm done self hating myself!

    fisically conservative? that's fine with me, I'm one of those.....but that's not what the Republican party is about anymore.

    There are plenty of good looking non political, socialists, green, democrats, third parties, liberitarians etc to choose from, so I would leave the republicans for whoever wants them.....I could be their friend.

    I know it is narrow minded, as far as I know this is the only "black and white' rule I have....and I'm very sorry I change the subject....

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    Sep 20, 2007 7:08 PM GMT
    Now i get it imlistedhere.

    I've never dated a guy who wasn't of "European" decent... I've just never been attracted to any other types of guys.

    A lot of it i think is because my mom dated a LOT of other ethicities while i was growing up. The joke was that she didn't put notches on her bed post, she erected flags.

    I know that may be odd cause i call myself a halfbreed (My dad is off the boat from Taiwan).

    I would maintain that it'll probably never come to pass that i will date outside of european stock though.

    That's about it... ive dated taller, and shorter... fat, skinny, average (Never dated anyone with an amazing body yet though). Handicapped isnt really an issue either... I'm dyslexic so i guess a mild learning disablity is okay. I've date sane, and psychotic, passive, agressive, and passive-agressive... the specturm of looks from preppy and clean cut to dark brooding emo/goth... tattooed and not.

    There was only ONE time i ever desided that i couldnt date a guy for a certain reason and that was because he was an out and out atheist who attacked every religion or spiritual way of living imaginable. I couldn't deal with that and ended it.

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    Sep 20, 2007 7:22 PM GMT
    at least you have a sense of humor halfback...Im also a fiscal conservative and beleive in a strong military...Im NOT a bible thumping ultra conservative...so I understand that...jsut like I couldnt date someone who had the same ideology as Hillary Clinton or Harry Reid who are on the far end of the liberal spectrum....like the bibel thumpers are in the republican party...so I see your point and I actually agree with you.
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    Sep 20, 2007 8:51 PM GMT
    Everything, I love it up the ass!! Message me at bobby_55116 at the Y
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    Sep 20, 2007 9:10 PM GMT
    oh ok.
    Yeah cause your post was so riveting and well written that I can not but help and email you for more at your personal email address.
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    Sep 20, 2007 11:04 PM GMT
    I guess I would sacrifice just about anything. The one thing I will never do again is date a drinker. Never say never I guess, but I just can't see that as a possibility again.

    I would even sacrifice having a penis. I've dated guys who are "hung like hamsters" and that hasn't really been a problem at all.
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    Sep 20, 2007 11:11 PM GMT
    maybe if he's really cute, a kidney
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    Sep 20, 2007 11:35 PM GMT
    I always give 100% in my relationship(s) there is no question for the one you love - Gave for
    11 years in last relationship - yes it is over due too his mental health - and I would do it again - I have a HUGE heart and care deeply for any partner or I should say future partner in my LIFE!
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    Sep 21, 2007 1:03 AM GMT
    Imlisted - have you answered your own question - what would you accept that you normally wouldn't?
    I think that's what you were asking for.

    Normally, I'd say not Republicans, must be neat, clean shaven, top or top/versital, fit, cute face, decent hair, responsible with money, have a career, able to hold a good conversation, pleasant personality, masculine, humorous, and within 5 years of my age.

    So, I could compromise on Republican - the post-argument sex would probably be hot. Bit of a slob, I could manage - but it would hurt. I could be the top. I could take a plain face, even an ugly face - scars and tough on a military style frame with a dam funny personality and a low masculine voice - grrrr. If they don't have a career - they'd have to be younger and working on it. I'd also go older or younger - depending on the charm of the individual.

    I see attraction in all races - there are black, asian, white and hispanics that I find attractive.
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    Sep 21, 2007 1:23 AM GMT
    Easy answer for me....

    I'd sacrifice independence.
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    Sep 21, 2007 1:47 AM GMT
    I would sacrifice my comfort-zone.
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    Sep 21, 2007 2:11 AM GMT
    Call me jaded, but at this point: NOTHING! :)
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    Sep 21, 2007 3:11 AM GMT
    I was just curious where some people stood. There are some things that might seem petty, but God knows when your with someone for a long time, those little things become irritating. We all have our issues that we nitpick about, but speaking on a broader level, like BRIARHAWK said, I'm not attracted to feminine guys..wait..I've SEEN some good looking feminine guys, but I can't ever see myself pursuing one.

    I tried the picking up and moving thing. That wasn't the issue so much as the guy I picked up and moved 4. I've only been in 2 relationships..really just one...so maybe I just don't have the experience to really answer this question myself.
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    Sep 21, 2007 3:40 AM GMT
    I gave up a circumnavigation of the globe 2+ years into a 3 1/2 year journey, and moved (at least for the forseeable future) to London to be with my partner.

    Does that count?