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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

I use a series of tactics that are crafted to keep her off balance and uncomfortable yet intrigued so as not to be monotonous or too conspicuous. If she's smart she'll tell me what I need to know about her as well as find out what she needs to know about me.

If she's dumb, self absorbed or a drama queen (or all of the above) she'll tell me her life story as well as all kinds of pointless, egotistical garbage like how many dudes want her or how long it took her to get rid of her last ex-boyfriend, and petty garbage like details of her boring day at work and how much her feet hurt.


Have you ever met a woman who can't help but talk about herself? I can't stand self-absorbed women for shit!

Me: This guy on my team bought his wife a cute necklace.. he has great taste.

Her: I used to have a necklace like that, people would always compliment me on it.. they loved it. One girl even offered to buy it - can you believe that? It's not like I come with the necklace - duh!

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Me: I was in Macy's the other day and the lady at the perfume counter gave me a sample of "Usher".. it wasn't too bad.

Her: Yeah when I wear my Issey Miyake, people swarm on me like bees on honey. I ran out, and REALLY need to get some more soon. You'd love it on me, for real.. you'd be all over me too!

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Me: I was at my cousins wedding over the weekend..it was nice. The wedding party was so well put together, and they had the cutest little flower girl.

Her: Yeah, I remember at my wedding, our flower girl stopped and did a little curtsy and skipped all the way up the aisle. Her mom is white and her dad is black and she has such good hair.. she's gonna be a man-killer when she gets older.

Me: Roll Eyes Hmm.. well this is my daughter texting me, let me see what she wants.. I'll catch up to you later.
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Originally posted by THEBIGDODDY:
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

I use a series of tactics that are crafted to keep her off balance and uncomfortable yet intrigued so as not to be monotonous or too conspicuous. If she's smart she'll tell me what I need to know about her as well as find out what she needs to know about me.

If she's dumb, self absorbed or a drama queen (or all of the above) she'll tell me her life story as well as all kinds of pointless, egotistical garbage like how many dudes want her or how long it took her to get rid of her last ex-boyfriend, and petty garbage like details of her boring day at work and how much her feet hurt.


Have you ever met a woman who can't help but talk about herself? I can't stand self-absorbed women for shit!

Me: This guy on my team bought his wife a cute necklace.. he has great taste.

Her: I used to have a necklace like that, people would always compliment me on it.. they loved it. One girl even offered to buy it - can you believe that? It's not like I come with the necklace - duh!

************
Me: I was in Macy's the other day and the lady at the perfume counter gave me a sample of "Usher".. it wasn't too bad.

Her: Yeah when I wear my Issey Miyake, people swarm on me like bees on honey. I ran out, and REALLY need to get some more soon. You'd love it on me, for real.. you'd be all over me too!

************

Me: I was at my cousins wedding over the weekend..it was nice. The wedding party was so well put together, and they had the cutest little flower girl.

Her: Yeah, I remember at my wedding, our flower girl stopped and did a little curtsy and skipped all the way up the aisle. Her mom is white and her dad is black and she has such good hair.. she's gonna be a man-killer when she gets older.

Me: Roll Eyes Hmm.. well this is my daughter texting me, let me see what she wants.. I'll catch up to you later.


Hell naw! 20
I have a good one. This is a true story--happened to me last weekend:

Me: So how do you entertain yourself on the weekend?

Her: I'm a workaholic. I don't do anything but work Monday through Friday and 1 to 5 on Saturdays. My office is so cold and I'm having a nigger moment, which means I'm getting sleepy. I hate the heat here in Florida. I don't like to go to the beach because I break out when I get in the water. Oh I have to tell you something. I'm in a process of letting my ex go. He's kinda crazy and he keeps coming by my apartment knocking on my door. I just have ex boyfriends like that, that are so immature. I put 100% into a relationship and when I don't get 100% in return it's over. And I have three kids but I have no drama in my life. My two older sons live with their father and my youngest lives with me. They're really good kids. I mean sometimes I ask their father to talk to them when they get a little out of hand but they're not wild and disrespectful like other children.


Me: Roll Eyes Soooooo, what does that have to do with me?

Her: I just wanted to let you know because I don't believe in drama. I don't have any baby mama drama. As far as my ex is concerned I wouldn't want him to run into you. I want him to get the hint that after he keeps knocking on my door and I don't answer that it's over. ** Oh that's my mom on the other line can I call you back later?

Me: Look, it's late and you have to go to work in the morning. Why don't we just talk tomorrow?
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I just wanted to let you know because I don't believe in drama. I don't have any baby mama drama. As far as my ex is concerned I wouldn't want him to run into you. I want him to get the hint that after he keeps knocking on my door and I don't answer that it's over.


This heffa must be from Memphis! HA!
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:


Me: So how do you entertain yourself on the weekend?




I hate these types of questions. lol

'What do you like to do, for fun'? Huh?


I think if you ask a woman these types of questions, she can only talk about 'herself', right? lol
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Originally posted by qty226:
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:


Me: So how do you entertain yourself on the weekend?




I hate these types of questions. lol

'What do you like to do, for fun'? Huh?


I think if you ask a woman these types of questions, she can only talk about 'herself', right? lol


Come on now. I'm sure you're erudite enough to ascertain that this question only requires a snapshot of one's recreational interests.

How hard is it to say: "I love to go to the beach" or "Well, gee, I'm kind of a homebody" or "I love to go dancing at [insert favorite club of choice here]" or "I like to go to the bookstore" or all of the above. That question is meant for a woman to have the opportunity to share the spotlight of attention and not feel the guy is not interested or too into himself but it doesn't mean she should hog the whole conversation and it sure as hell doesn't mean it's time for her to start verbalizing a makeshift screenplay of her life.

But on a more intuitive level I can pretty much tell what a person likes to do from the vibe I pick up from her, which is why when I ask the question you 'loathe' I'm not picking up a vibe that a female likes to do anything. And I was accurate in that interpretation of the female I was talking about earlier.

Damn--you know what? I get pretty damn agitated when a woman responds by saying: "I don't know" or "I usually don't do anything" or some stupid shit like that. From my experience it means the broad hadn't bothered to venture beyond her neighborhood and would overreact to anything new I would expose her to.

I love smart women--you ask them a question and not only will they respond with an appropriate answer they know how to serve the conversation right back to the man, so he can serve back to her like a tennis match. You ever seen a tennis match where the ball stayed on one side of the court most if not all the time? No.
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Originally posted by THEBIGDODDY:
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I just wanted to let you know because I don't believe in drama. I don't have any baby mama drama. As far as my ex is concerned I wouldn't want him to run into you. I want him to get the hint that after he keeps knocking on my door and I don't answer that it's over.


This heffa must be from Memphis! HA!


Yanno? Lyin' ass!! 20
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

I love smart women--you ask them a question and not only will they respond with an appropriate answer they know how to serve the conversation right back to the man, so he can serve back to her like a tennis match. You ever seen a tennis match where the ball stayed on one side of the court most if not all the time? No.


Yep.. synchronicity is utmost. No need to get lost in the moment and start babbling.. Smile
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Originally posted by THEBIGDODDY:
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

I love smart women--you ask them a question and not only will they respond with an appropriate answer they know how to serve the conversation right back to the man, so he can serve back to her like a tennis match. You ever seen a tennis match where the ball stayed on one side of the court most if not all the time? No.


Yep.. synchronicity is utmost. No need to get lost in the moment and start babbling.. Smile


Synchronicity! Hey that's the name of one of Sting's songs from one of the Police Albums! Damn--they're supposed to be playing somewhere down here in Florida next week.

Yeah, that's a turn on almost more than physical attraction. You know the chick is diggin' you just as deep as you diggin' her. Everything she likes is everything you like and you both agree on politics, religion, sex, the economy, people, culture....damn. Next thing you know the bar is closing and the waitress is being oh so nice about telling you to get the fuck out. hit
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Originally posted by qty226:
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:


Me: So how do you entertain yourself on the weekend?




I hate these types of questions. lol




I think if you ask a woman these types of questions, she can only talk about 'herself', right? lol


Okay, pookie head girl. skool me for a minute. Tell me how a dude is supposed to start off a conversation with you. Mind you--in the process of doing this keep in mind that your participation in this qualitative discussion has the potential to be most beneficial to other brothers that are currently viewing this thread and brothers that will be viewing this thread in the future. We must work together in closing the gap of interpersonal disparities between black men and women.
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

Yeah, that's a turn on almost more than physical attraction. You know the chick is diggin' you just as deep as you diggin' her. Everything she likes is everything you like and you both agree on politics, religion, sex, the economy, people, culture....damn. Next thing you know the bar is closing and the waitress is being oh so nice about telling you to get the fuck out. hit


I'm sorry but agreeing on everything is a turn-on...is not a point of attraction but a tell-tell sign that you may just have a stale-mate happening at some point. Me personally I can not deal with agreeing on the same point all the time, how else am I going to have a different way to view things if I find someone that thinks the same way I do. I would personally get bored and then there would be no reason for me to continue the conversation because I would know then what they are going to say next. Or is the point of becoming more curious is to find out if the answer really is the same? That's just my way of thinking. I'm not saying that I need to have a debate with each conversation but a difference of opinion once in a while keeps the conversation interesting.

And after looking at the map explains a lot. I could comment on the females in the tri-state area NY/NJ/PA but that would lead to another post for another day.....

Oh yes before I go I just wanted to say..Hi to everyone!!!! I know it has been a long time since I posted, but I thought I would jump in on this discussion...
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Originally posted by Solitude0309:
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Originally posted by Romulus Burnett:

Yeah, that's a turn on almost more than physical attraction. You know the chick is diggin' you just as deep as you diggin' her. Everything she likes is everything you like and you both agree on politics, religion, sex, the economy, people, culture....damn. Next thing you know the bar is closing and the waitress is being oh so nice about telling you to get the fuck out. hit


I'm sorry but agreeing on everything is a turn-on...is not a point of attraction but a tell-tell sign that you may just have a stale-mate happening at some point. Me personally I can not deal with agreeing on the same point all the time, how else am I going to have a different way to view things if I find someone that thinks the same way I do. I would personally get bored and then there would be no reason for me to continue the conversation because I would know then what they are going to say next. Or is the point of becoming more curious is to find out if the answer really is the same? That's just my way of thinking. I'm not saying that I need to have a debate with each conversation but a difference of opinion once in a while keeps the conversation interesting.

And after looking at the map explains a lot. I could comment on the females in the tri-state area NY/NJ/PA but that would lead to another post for another day.....

Oh yes before I go I just wanted to say..Hi to everyone!!!! I know it has been a long time since I posted, but I thought I would jump in on this discussion...


You miss the point, which is what a lot of women seem to do in the initial stages of dating someone. When I spoke to the effect of agreeing on issues the mutual agreement should be out of sincerity not because a person wants to get along. And in all seriousness I wouldn't truly expect anyone to agree with everything I agree on. As long as two people agree on what truly matters like trust, love, respect, friendship that's all that really matters.

From my perspective, and on a side note, a lot of women have to stop lying to themselves and to men. They say they want an educated, successful, blah, blah, blah but everywhere you look you run into women hopelessly in love with some high school drop out misfit that can't rub two cents together.

Either that or they think they need a "roughneck" in their lives to make everything complete but don't want the emotional and mental distress that comes along with being with that kind of guy. A woman shouldn't have to wait until after she's ruined her chances at being an eligible bachelorette by having children out of wedlock or after she's wasted her best years acting like a bitch to want a sensible man.

Do you think it's fair to that sensible man for a woman to have ignored men like him all of her formative years and now that she's pot-bellied, wrinkled and got 3 kids only a year or two apart now she wants to grow up and settle down? Or worse--she's so emotionally destroyed from years of failed relationships it's like dealing with a mental patient from a sanitorium.

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