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Re: Am I really that shallow? by risible-phyll on 3 November 2005 2:37pm
 
Hi lindsey......... you love his voice, he is kind and thoughtful...these are all the outward things you *dig* about him but you forgot ONE HUGE WORD>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
CHEMISTRY ....!!!!!!!! something which we can't see but we feel........if its there girl go for it!!. you're not being shallow.......
Best wishes.. Agony Aunt Phyll ..lol
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by peripatetically on 3 November 2005 2:48pm
 
Oh, absolutely. That's why I said be careful. Chemistry is important and so is the way you are treated. If the accent was all you had, then caution is necessary. But now it sounds like there IS more to it! Still.......!!!!!!!!!!! Be careful! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Chemistry can get you into lots of trouble if it's a one way chemical reaction! lol
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by peripatetically on 3 November 2005 2:50pm
 

 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by canaveralgumby on 3 November 2005 3:10pm
 
(SORRY IF THIS POSTS TWICE!)

You should always use caution while dating. Having said that...

I have been happily married 15 years in April to a man whom I knew absolutely nothing about when I first saw him, except that he had the nicest ass I've ever seen. And still does. And his thighs, wish I could bottle them.

So that's just basic anthropology. There has to be initial attraction before anything else. You're attracted to his voice, that's very common. I myself cannot get through an episode of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" without yelling at Vincent D'Onofrio, "I CONFESS! I DID IT! TAKE ME ROUGHLY!"

SO have a great time. If it works out it works out, if it doesn't it doesn't. And, you know, use protection, yada yada.

Hey! Does anyone remember the episode of "Black Books" where the girl dated the guy who did the Shipping News on the radio? He turned out to be a total jerk, just dreadful, but she still had to listen to him on the radio to, um, okay, I'm going to write "masturbate" and see if it doesn't get bleeped.
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by kazzzz on 3 November 2005 3:12pm
 
Does he make you laugh?
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by tucsonmike on 3 November 2005 10:41pm
 
OK, I put the shotgun and the nuclear missle down.:-)
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by Ahren on 3 November 2005 10:45pm
 
lol this post has certainly made me!!
I dont think its shallow at all. if he's a nice guy, go for it!!
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by bandgeek512 on 3 November 2005 11:23pm
 
Well, to be perfectly honest, I would quickly be at the side of any man with an accent. But, the logical and neurotic side of me still says, as everybody else has, "be careful".

But, heck, I have been voted "Most Likely to Marry a Foreign Man" in my senior class...very silly honor, but it's my own. :-P Anyway, make sure you like him...and that he has a sense of humor. You wouldn't want a man that can't laugh at himself or anything else. That's my opinion.
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by risible-phyll on 4 November 2005 3:02am
 
Mike is that a MISSILE in your pocket or............??????????????????????
LOL
 
Re: Am I really that shallow? by tucsonmike on 4 November 2005 4:30am
 
PHYLL!!!! I am turning red all over!!! My Central Asian facial features are coming out in spades!!!!!
Who do you think you are, Mae West? "Is that a pistol in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?"
 
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