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Night Pumpkin

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Night Pumpkin last won the day on November 4 2007

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  1. Teenagers have sex lives??? hahahaha break up and diseases, abortions and gossip - life of a teenage sex life. Trust me, you don't want to go there. Maybe you just need to look for women in different places. Dating is like real estate - location, location, location. You can be treated like crap in one place by girls, and then go to another and you are an idol.
  2. I wouldn't say that rebellion is good, but it is important for people to establish thier own identity during thier teenage years. People need to know who they are and what they are living for. There is nothing wrong with being good natured as a teenager either, as long as it is a lifestyle choice made by the young person. You are an adult now and need to live like one. Quitting a job in this kind of economy is foolish - Think about how hard it is to find to new work !!!! No matter what you did in your teenage years, now is the time for you take responsibility and think and act like a
  3. I have this question. Does anyone here have Apeirophobia? Being Christian, the idea of living forever in heaven actually isn't too appealing to me. Actually I get quite scared of the idea. The idea of never going out of existence is actually quite scary and causes a lot of anxiety in life. I used to think I was the only one who had this fear - And that I must be crazy (or that the rest of the world was for not having this fear). Recently I have read on the internet about other people having this fear too, and I felt comforted to know I wasn't the only one. Some people say this fear
  4. I don't want to come accross as judgmental here, but there is just something I have to get off my chest. My sister got pregnant in late October or early November. And then she planned a trip to Australia and New Zealand and was due to leave this coming Friday with her husband and two year old and four year old. Yes - planning to travel while five months and more pregnant, despite the fact she had serious complications with her first pregnancy. Well, my dad jumped on board and bought tickets with them, and he hardly ever gets time off work and was looking forward to the trip. Then my
  5. If a person has masturbated, by themselves and in private, do you still consider that person to be a virgin if they have done nothing else??? Just curious....
  6. There are lots of fun things one can do by themself other than read books at night clubs. Here are some: 1. Pretend you are a tourist, and go around city landmarks asking hot girls to take your photo for you. I did that once, and it was a lot of fun. 2. Cook up some yummy cookies or something with a nice smell, buy a daily transit pass, and ride the trains and buses talking to hot girls about your dish. I tell you, its such a conversation opener. i don't know...
  7. The OP wanted to know if being able to dance improves one's chances of being successful with women. It seems the answer is no, because dancing won't make you more likely to find the right woman, nor will it improve your chances of getting together with one. Sure you could find a good person at a dance place as much as you could meet a good person anywhere, but being able to dance has almost nothing to do with meeting that type of person.
  8. I still don't believe that a dance place is a place where you find a girl who is actually good for you. Girls there are just to play with. If you want a real relationship, you will have to search far and wide to find a girl who is right for you, and invest a lot of time and effort into the relationship to make it flourish.
  9. That depends on what you are actually trying to accomplish. Don't expect to find a fulfilling romantic relationship from a girl you met on a dance floor. Real relationships take lots of attention, effort, and time to nourish. But if you all you want is a lot of attention from girls, then I guess the answer is yes. You don't have to be an outstanding dancer, just a reasonably good one. For me, my salsa skills are limited, so i only dance with girls who have never done salsa before...and because this is thier first time, they are so excited and think i am the most wonderful person in the
  10. Yes it is possible to never fall in love. Romantic love is not for everyone. Some people are born to be independent and there is nothing you can do it about it. Being 20 is not bad. I am 23 and have never dated, had a gf, and don't see a problem with it. Just take your time... As for you, maybe you are just not in the right places to meet guys....where exactly have you been looking ??
  11. Dude, If the girls you know don't want to commit to you, that's OK. I used to think just like you. I wanted to marry by the time i was 22, buy an apartment, have a stable job, and live happily ever after. The problem is that life never works out that way. YOu need to be more flexible. The world is full of so many opportunities, and you just need to be more open to them. Maybe you can't find a girlfriend now. Thats ok, because maybe the girl who is right for you is just around the corner.... so just be content with what you do have..... maybe during this time you sound focus mo
  12. It sounds like you have a good plan, but just one piece of advise: Your note really is a bit too long...keep it simple and focused. Also, why is her dad coming along with you guys ??? I don't see what role he has in all this. Make sure he is no where nearby...you want to be alone when you proposed.... also, make sure you practice the words again and again, because you are going to be so nervous. I bet you'll be shaking...so practice saying what you are going to say and do several times, so on your special day, it comes out naturally and confidently..... good luck....
  13. The real question being raised is whether love can sometimes be destructive. The answer to that question is yes. Loving someone can mean being hurt. But being love can also be helpful. You share income, life experience, direction, and have companionship and well as many other experiences. If you really think of it, almost anything could be defined as a mental illness. But expanding the definition of mental illness too much waters down the real meaning. I have worked with numerous truly mentally ill people before, and telling me that being in love is the same as the illness those
  14. Salsa lessons probably won't impress her. Also, whatz she going to think if you say you want her back but she sees you dancing with other girls ?? WHy can't you just be friends with her ???? NC is dumb. Just make it right with her, be friends, and take it slowly from there.....
  15. The article didn't say that all love is a mental illness. It just said that some people who believe they are experiencing love are simply experiencing mental illness. Read the article carefully. It doesn't say that everyone in love is mentally ill.
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