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We kept trying to call AAA back, we got them back, and they said they’d be there in 15 minutes.But, we tried the car again and I guess, because it had been 3 or 4 hours, the battery has juiced back up and the car started fine.Sort of a cute that’s how we got to know each other story. ” Then, he’s like, “No, no, I’ve grown to care about you!I didn’t know this until later, but two guys in high school, they were really close friends, wanted to ask me out. So, they kind of had a competition over whoever could ask me out first and whether they’d get a “yes.” So, you were like a bet? ” (Laughs) No, it was about six months into it before I found out… Like something all day or something that requires a lot of time together, where there’s no escape if it doesn’t go well.I think the whole “all men are dogs” thing is wrong and if women let go of that, they’ll be happier in their relationships. Melissa Clouthier is a buddy of mine who has done a lot of dating in her life, has done some relationship counseling, and she has written some articles on dating for her blog.Also, as I’ve gotten to know her better, I’ve found that she has a keen sense of what people are like.I also don’t like it when guys…overdo the flattery… If so, any difference you can tell between liberal and conservative guys? First of all, they don’t have the same values and I find that to be a fundamental problem.I know a lot of people are willing to accept that, but I’m not.

I think the thing women forget is that men have the same kind of emotional responses that they do.

Then it turns out you have no conversation, so you wasted a boatload of money and two, if you do like her, where are you going to take her next time to beat that? He asked me out — mind you, I was almost engaged at this point — and he knew that, and he was asking me out anyway. I answered the phone, found out it was him, and I pretended to be my sister (laughs).

What is the weirdest date you have gone on or been asked to go on? I turned him down once and I tried to be nice and polite. Third time, he comes back with two pages of typed events — and there was everything on this list, I mean everything, like 10 different Broadway shows, 10 different super nice restaurants, the zoo, Disney World, Six Flags, you name it, it was all on there — and he thought that would win me over, I think. Yeah, he’s a guy I probably would have turned down no matter what… So, I was like, “I’m sorry, Melissa isn’t available”.

You get guys who are selfish and into themselves and don’t care so much about humanity, other people, or me — that just leads to a lot of problems.

I also have a problem with guys who are into things like getting completely trashed and doing drugs… I went to dinner with a boyfriend and we were just hanging out in the parking lot on a random Sunday night and we ended up getting into a fight and he had this policy of not leaving until we settled it.

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