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I like men that keep their nails manicured minus the clear polish



laugh

I used to work in an office with a white girl who, by 9 am, had the hands and fingernails of a person who chnaged a flat tire and rebuilt a car engine. She went on to be a school principal and wrote a book titled, "My Love Affair with Presidential Politics."
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Originally posted by FireFly:
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Originally posted by Rowe:
I've already made the decision to eat elsewhere... I have decided to stop patronizing the business, at least for the time being.

once you've gone elsewhere.... why do I have this feeling that then he'll suddenly call you? Wink



This shows that hes playing games, and she really shouldnt engage in a conversation with him.

I would think that most men, after their early 20s would know better.......but im seeing this is not the case.

The opportunity was there for him, and he didnt move forward........so she should move on.

No love loss...
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Originally posted by msprettygirl:
The more I think about this situation the more i change my mind about this man. Someone mentioned it before and I'm leaning toward it now-that he is doing this for business, to ensure that you will be a repeat customer, trying to show an interest in you deeper than a consumer/producer relationship for the sake of the business.


I would have come to the same conclusion; however, this brother, along with a team of other administrative staff, manages the restaurant; they don't own it. Therefore, regardless of the number of customers who patron the restaurant, they're going to get paid. Also, in my opinion, relating to customers in this way doesn't ensure repeat business, but keeps customers away.

Although I don't always agree with this brother's ideas, I'm starting to lean toward Brother Shango's opinion about the situation. I don't think this guy is gay, however. I just think that he expected me to do all of the pursuing.
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Originally posted by Rowe:
Sistas, what do you think about this guy? I've already written him off as a loser, but based on the information that I've shared, what do you think about the situation?


What good is more analysis?

The guy has your number and knows when you are free, but he doesn't give you the response you want.

Find someone else.

I could understand fretting a situation if the guy is some longterm friend that you've made an emotional investment in and you want to progress with, but this is just a guy at a store.

After all of this, do you STILL want him?

I would hope not.

"He's just not that into you."
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Originally posted by ma'am:
What good is more analysis?

The guy has your number and knows when you are free, but he doesn't give you the response you want.

Find someone else.

I could understand fretting a situation if the guy is some longterm friend that you've made an emotional investment in and you want to progress with, but this is just a guy at a store.

After all of this, do you STILL want him?

I would hope not.

"He's just not that into you."


Ma'am, I wrote in my initial posting that I've already written the guy off. So the answer to your question is no; I do not want to still date this person. But if it's alright with you, I would like to respond to Sister Pretty's response before the discussion finally closes.
Rowe, sista...

If you've given that brotha a chance and he's going back and forth, he's got something to figure out. I wouldn't however, stop going to the restaurant if you like it.

I would however not go for just a WHILE and see what happens then. Focus on you during that time, not whether or not he will call...and the next time he asks you what you are doing for the weekend, tell him you are going out with someone!

LOL....

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