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    Originally Posted by Rose21
    What other reasons?

    Well to me thats not provacatve. Having some fun with friends and being in a bikini top isn't bad.

    Provacative for me=people drinking, showing pictures of themselves under the influence (alcohol, drugs etc) Openly kissing multiple people (other then a smooch for the boyfriend)

    Like I know one girl, she has an album called "Kiss me, I'm a * * * * * " and the whole thing is like 50 pictures of her kissing random people, guys and girls. And I'm not talking a peck, french is what I mean.

    Parading around in underwear in pics, stripper polls, etc.
    Well, for most people, bikinis are provocative. That's why they wear them.

    In high school, I was pretty popular. I had really long hair, wore makeup, took care of myself. Frankly, I had a blast in high school.

    However, when I hit college, I started retracting. I did some soul searching and realized what was wrong. I was one of the prettiest girls in school, and I let that define me. My confidence spouted from my body, my face, and my hair. But, I really didn't want that. I looked around and realized that all I had to do was just stand there looking pretty and people would flock to me. I didn';t have to say a freaking word and some drunk guy would hit on me, or a clingy girl would cling to me. However, do I want people like this in my life? NO. I didn't want to be this person that I had been playing all of high school. Sure, I was me. But, people never saw me. They saw my outer shell and that was good enough. But, it wasn't good enough for me.

    I came to college to better myself as a person. I didn't come here to make friends. I didn't come here to make memories. I came here to get my nose down in my books and kick some academic tail.

    I re-listed my priorities. They are as such 1)Schoolwork 2)Boyfriend and Family 3)Health 4)Band 5)other programs 6)Internships 7)social things

    I'm much happier with myself now. I was happy before but I had a personal shift. It's harder to not wear makeup, it's harder to not wear more stylish clothes, and it's harder to not do my hair. People respond to me differently. They actually pay attention to what I say. And, darn, that's a lot of pressure. Before I could flip my hair and giggle and people would cling to me. But, now, whatever I say directly affects how people react to me. I have less friends but, I have better friends. Friends that like me for me.

    I could go on and on.... Getting Ready for a First Date

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    I dont hate it.

    I like praise on my work, looks from friends, writing, etc.

    But what I don't like is when guys are being disrespectful and constantly hitting on me.

    Like seriously that guy I told you about? I was just making polite talk, and he wouldn't leave me alone. He kept texting CONSTANTLY.

    Like, "what are you doing tonight," "Having a good day hun?" "Let me know if you need a ride" "What are you thinking about?" bleh bleh! Texts like that are annoying from ANYONE except my boyfriend.

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    From experience, if you want guys to stop talking to you, you get them to stop talking to you.

    But if you keep replying, and being polite, and blah, blah, blah, that's an open door for any guy.

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    Well whenever I don't text back I get a "?" "You there?" "Hellooo?" CONSTANTLY!

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    Originally Posted by Rose21
    Well whenever I don't text back I get a "?" "You there?" "Hellooo?" CONSTANTLY!
    Eventually they'll stop.

    Every time you text back, it encourages them.

    I've had stalkers before. The only way to deal is to just ignore them.

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    Originally Posted by Rose21
    Well whenever I don't text back I get a "?" "You there?" "Hellooo?" CONSTANTLY!

    How are they getting your number to begin with?

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    He had it from a YEAR AGO. Hadn't talked to him in over a year until today.

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    Yes, I agree that responding is a problem - encourages further contact.

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    Originally Posted by debaser_wolf
    Yeah, but constantly coming accross as narcissist = annoying for other people.

    You can secretly look at yourself in the mirror and take tons of pics. However, know that posting all those pics and talking about how when other people find you attractive "pisses you off", you're going to get a very negative response. And, no, it's not jealousy...

    My first bf was way into photography (people actually pay a lot of money for his work), but he didn't take pics of himself.
    lol true.. ppl into photography = people who like TAKING pics of scenery, other people, scenes, etc..

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    Well I do both.

    Whenever I go to florida I never hesitate to take beautiful pictures of landscape, and ANY animal footage I can get.


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