Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Tue May 13, 2014 9:38 pm

dijmart wrote:
Phil2 wrote:
dijmart wrote: It's like anything else in life, if you never put yourself out there as available you may never find a mate, a job, ect.


Yes mum ...

:-)


What's your intention with this reply?


Isn't this clear enough ?
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby dijmart » Tue May 13, 2014 9:50 pm

Phil2 wrote:Isn't this clear enough ?


I was giving my opinion to the OP, you commented and said, "Yes mum", of course from where I'm from, it would be "Yes mom", not "mum", but I got the idea.

So, I ask what your intention is, because it seems like you are being rude or sarcastic. However, I don't want to imply such a thing or misunderstand you, so I'll ask you again, what was your intention?
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Tue May 13, 2014 11:00 pm

dijmart wrote: It's like anything else in life, if you never put yourself out there as available you may never find a mate, a job, ect.


Does this statement mean that one 'should' find a mate, find a job etc ... ?

??
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby dijmart » Wed May 14, 2014 2:31 am

Phil2 wrote:Does this statement mean that one 'should' find a mate, find a job etc ... ?

??


This is eerily familiar to our last discussion, when we were discussing the "job" subject. You really need to get over it. Stooping to saying "Yes mum" is childish.
The OP was asking a question I was giving my opinion. No one has to do anything, as per our last discussion, there is a cause and effect to everything. If one doesn't wish to look for a mate or job, so be it. But this OP would like to look for a mate, perhaps you should re-read the first post. I will not continue to banter with you about the same subject over and over again. But, I will call you out when your rude or sarcastic.
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Wed May 14, 2014 7:26 am

dijmart wrote: If one doesn't wish to look for a mate or job, so be it.


Good ... so be it ... no resistance ...

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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Wed May 14, 2014 7:57 am

dijmart wrote:Stooping to saying "Yes mum" is childish.


Little challenge ... big reaction ...

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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby dijmart » Wed May 14, 2014 3:04 pm

Phil2 wrote:
dijmart wrote:Stooping to saying "Yes mum" is childish.


Little challenge ... big reaction ...

:lol:


I just call em' like I see em'. Saying what you said is childish is not a reaction, it is a fact. And you're doing it again with this post.
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Wed May 14, 2014 5:50 pm

dijmart wrote:
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dijmart wrote:Stooping to saying "Yes mum" is childish.


Little challenge ... big reaction ...

:lol:


I just call em' like I see em'. Saying what you said is childish is not a reaction, it is a fact. And you're doing it again with this post.


You seem to have real difficulties to face even the smallest contradictions ... would you lack some sense of humour ...

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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby dijmart » Wed May 14, 2014 6:33 pm

Oh, that's it, of course, I lack a sense of humour. How silly of me, thank you so much, now I know the error of my ways. You had the best of intentions and I just misunderstood your kindness and loving words, forgive me. :lol:

Now that's funny!

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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Phil2 » Wed May 14, 2014 10:38 pm

dijmart wrote:After this post I will not be responding to you.


Maybe you also lack of patience ... too bad ...
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Gladimeir15 » Wed Jan 20, 2016 2:22 pm

There are persons who you've thought to be perfect to be your partner however this really won't work out as you have expected. So just let go. In your case mind over matter will not be applicable. In your mind she is the perfect partner but your body and somehow ego is telling you the other way around. So before you can hurt her feelings and both of you will be abducted to unhealthy relationship, better let go of her and for sure your match is just around, waiting for you and for the perfect time....
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Re: Relationships: Physical and Sexual Attraction

Postby Enlightened2B » Wed Jan 20, 2016 9:15 pm

Hey Gladimeir,

Just to give you a quick heads up. The post you're responding to is over a year and a half old now, just to let you know, so in my guestimation, since it seemed to be an acute issue with the OP, I would doubt that this particular issue is still prevalent for the poster.

Thank you for your input though. :D
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