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Rouge Dragon
BRONZE Member since Jul 2003

Rouge Dragon

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Location: without class distinction, Aus...

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Posted:This is the official post for the singles in opposition to the love post!

(im going to laugh so much is Vanize makes a singles topic at the same time! lol!)


i would have changed ***** to phallus, and claire to petey Petey

Rougie: but that's what I'm doing here
Arnwyn: what letting me adjust myself in your room?..don't you dare quote that on HoP...

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Birgit
BRONZE Member since Jan 2005

Birgit

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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

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Posted:does anyone else remember Poison? Not the Alice Cooper song, but the band? Best big hair bend ever wink

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poig

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Location: Farnborough, Hampshire

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Posted: Written by: Birgit


I think I liked them when I was 11 or so... by 14 I had moved on to heavy metal eek



Your music taste changed about the same as mine biggrin


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Bek66


Bek66

Future Mrs Pogo
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Posted: Written by: Birgit


does anyone else remember Poison? Not the Alice Cooper song, but the band? Best big hair bend ever wink



Yep...used to call them Posin'! biggrin

I used to like them, too. 'Talk Dirty' was one of my faves! redface rolleyes


"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
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Pogo69
SILVER Member since Apr 2006

Pogo69

there's no charge for awesomeness... or attractiveness
Location: limbo, Australia

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Posted:by 14, I had entered my retro phase (never really grown out of it, yet)... led zepellin, cream, hendrix, ccr... basically late 60s, early 70s...

but it was the early-mid 80s, so I *had* to find something other than what was popular... was a dark period in popular music


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Bek66

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Posted:Don't forget Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane! More of the best!!! biggrin

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
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Pogo69
SILVER Member since Apr 2006

Pogo69

there's no charge for awesomeness... or attractiveness
Location: limbo, Australia

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Posted:my goodness, yes... I ubblove janis...!!

1970 was not a very good year for woodstock performers, was it? frown it was a fabulous period, but people had a bad habit (excuse the pun) of passing way too young


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Bek66

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Posted:Seems that they all must have taken off for R&R heaven on the same flight.....(heroin flight)

Add good ol' Jim Morrison to the mix and you could definitely have a basis for a conspiracy theory! wink biggrin


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GitasGuy


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Posted: Written by: Brenn


A humbler person wouldn't find amusement over a former (and possibly recurring) woe wink


You used the correct terms their Brenn. A "humbler" person wouldn't. Lmao I'm sorry i'm not humble at all just a stirrer. biggrin ubbrollsmile


:admires giant wooden aeroplane: Its about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing their like jerks!!! ubblol ubbtickled

Homer rocks!!!! ubblol ubbrollsmile

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Bek66

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Posted:If Gita had wanted humble she sure wouldn't have chosen you, huh? wink

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GitasGuy

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Posted:Hehe she wanted manic, crazy and sometimes a little stupid i think. I put in my application and came out with flying colours!!! bounce2 bounce ubblol ubblol

:admires giant wooden aeroplane: Its about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing their like jerks!!! ubblol ubbtickled

Homer rocks!!!! ubblol ubbrollsmile

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BansheeCat
BRONZE Member since Jul 2005

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Location: lost, Canada

Total posts: 1247
Posted:okay, singles, help! - need some advice.. "Country Boy", one of the men I was dating for a while, is acting strangely...

He and I ended our brief dalliance a while ago, and moved on. His initiative , though it was just a natural shift. Now, I am starting something special with a sweet man , one CB knows, and dislikes.

At any rate, what is happenning, is that when I am out, and run into CB, he keeps trying to kiss me-- not the greeting kind, but romantic/erotic . If single, I might kiss back, but right now, I am wanting this new guy, who I know would not like to see me kissing CB. So I dodge, and say I am not free , but he does not accept that...

At a party recently CB sort of cornered us, and told my potential new man( while I am standing there astonished) how much he " loves" me!!! Yikes. I said er, thanks, we left, did not see him for a while so no chance to discuss anything. Then last night, again, CB trying to kiss me , and is asking me if I know how much he loves me...


Trick is, he does not love me. In fact, he rarely calls me, and at the moment, we don't ever do anything together. I am not sure I would even really consider him a friend!

So, is what is he doing with all the public displays of affection and declarations of love stuff?? Is he just trying to f- up my new relationship? Is he expressing a real feeling, but just one he never acts on? What? I don't get it!

Men are confusing creatures...help!


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Bek66

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Posted:My feeling here is that he does not want to think that you could move on from him and his ego is feeling a bit bruised. I'd tell him to leave me the censoredalone and continue with the new guy...it's just not a good thing to try to go back...believe me, I know...have tried and regretted it deeply.

Just *my* opinion.


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PyroMonkey
GOLD Member since Jan 2005

PyroMonkey

b...bal...lence?....
Location: Northern Beaches, Sydney, Aust...

Total posts: 370
Posted:Well ive been seeing this thread pop up alot. But i was in a very nice relationship so i didnt decide to make an appearance.

However, things have changed.
As of a few weeks ago i have become single. It wasnt a bad breakup, we're still friends and all. Just putting it out there.

BansheeCat:
Sounds like CB is jealous of you and your new sweetie, or sees it as you trying to make him jealous. he's probably trying to "punish" you for ending it (although i didn't catch who ended it, so im just guessing). ive seen guys do this stuff before, and it rarely ended nicely. just keep pushing him back. and if he really crosses the line, burn him for it to make sure he doesnt do it again, cause if he does he'll only get worse.


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Brenn
PLATINUM Member since Jun 2004

Brenn

Will carpal your tunnel in a minute.
Location: Melbourne, Australia

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Posted: Written by: GitasGuy


 Written by: Brenn


A humbler person wouldn't find amusement over a former (and possibly recurring) woe wink


You used the correct terms their Brenn. A "humbler" person wouldn't. Lmao I'm sorry i'm not humble at all just a stirrer. biggrin ubbrollsmile



And a grammar Nazi, to boot! ubbrollsmile


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GitasGuy

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Posted:Yeah one of them too..... ubblol ubblol tongue

:admires giant wooden aeroplane: Its about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing their like jerks!!! ubblol ubbtickled

Homer rocks!!!! ubblol ubbrollsmile

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Pogo69
SILVER Member since Apr 2006

Pogo69

there's no charge for awesomeness... or attractiveness
Location: limbo, Australia

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Posted:andrea: sounds to me like u need to show CB your pimp hand...

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Bek66

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Posted:Tell him he's ugly and his mama dresses him funny!!! biggrin

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
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GitasGuy

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Posted:Tell him his brother/sister was better in bed than he was anyway. So to get over it.... ubblol ubblol

:admires giant wooden aeroplane: Its about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing their like jerks!!! ubblol ubbtickled

Homer rocks!!!! ubblol ubbrollsmile

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Bek66

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Posted:Oooh...good one!!! ubblol

But I'd definitely say sister...really floor him! wink biggrin


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BansheeCat
BRONZE Member since Jul 2005

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Location: lost, Canada

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Posted:Ha lol that would be a riot...his sister is lovely...

But I don't want to hurt him. On the surface he seems all sexy and confidant,a player, but inside I know him to be a very vulnerable man. I kinda do love him, though I would never tell him that at this stage.( We are wrong for each other.)Neither of us ended it, just it ended itself. But if he wanted me, at that point,a few weeks ago, he could have continued to call me etc. And he did not, so...

I don't have a clue if any of it is sincere, or just a game to him. I am thinking it is not really about love, cause if it was, he could easily call me and get together alone to discuss it instead publically kissing me etc. I think it might just be a "guys peeing out territory" sort of thing.

Yet I do need his behaviour to change before it wierds out my new man!


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Birgit
BRONZE Member since Jan 2005

Birgit

had her carpal tunnel surgery already thanks v much
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

Total posts: 4145
Posted: Written by: BansheeCat


Yet I do need his behaviour to change before it wierds out my new man!



Yep, you do.

Everyone's vulnerable, and you are, too, and he's not acting like he realises that, so I wouldn't think about his vulnerability too much if he prefers "pissing on territory" games to making your life smooth and pleasant hug

Can you not just tell CB that you enjoyed being with him, but given that you've both decided to move on, and you have, what he's doing isn't good for either of you? Or have you already tried the "open and honest" approach?

My most recent ex is the absolute opposite... saw him last night with my friend who's visiting from Germany and he went "ooh hi (soandso)" to my friend and ran to hug him and didn't even say "hi" to me ubblol Boys, eh?!?

On a different note, my favourite Poison song was "Ride the Wind", and the Jefferson Airplane absolutely rock(ed). I'm still happy about the last episode of Friends, not because of the stupid and predictable plot, but because they played that amazing Airplane acoustic tune at the end!! bounce


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BansheeCat
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Posted:I, am soooo into open communication!

One of the reasons that CB is not right for me, is that he is most definately NOT into that kind of discussion! But I will try, regardless...
Thanks!
hug


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Yakumo
SILVER Member since May 2006

Yakumo

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Posted:Any kind of post relationship relationship is really hard, and tends to take a lot of effort, even if you can't see it.

This CB guy could well be a mass of turmoil inside, that peaks when he sees you, or he could just be an ass trying to wreck things, only he really knows, and only you can choose how you care to deal with it.

If you're not really clear on where you want to be, then call him out on it like the others have said, make it clear you want him to call you if he's serious. He could be not calling for a million screwed up reasons that have nothing to do with not wanting to..


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Brenn
PLATINUM Member since Jun 2004

Brenn

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Location: Melbourne, Australia

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Posted: Written by: fyrespirit


My feeling here is that he does not want to think that you could move on from him and his ego is feeling a bit bruised. I'd tell him to leave me the censoredalone and continue with the new guy...it's just not a good thing to try to go back...believe me, I know...have tried and regretted it deeply.

Just *my* opinion.



I second the going back...it's terrible. Old problems resurface and EVERYONE always uses what happened in the past if there's another blow-out.

Move on, it's for the best hug


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Posted:I've got the girls party who turned me down to go to in 2 weeks. Haven't seen her since I got rejected, but I really want to keep the friendship so I'm going to go. It's going to be hard though. Any advice on how to handle seeing her? I know the only way things are going to get back to normal is by getting past the awkwardness, I just fear of letting my emotions getting the better than me. Thankfully I'll have an exam on the monday so I'll have a quick exit story. *sigh

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Birgit
BRONZE Member since Jan 2005

Birgit

had her carpal tunnel surgery already thanks v much
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

Total posts: 4145
Posted:I think it helps seeing it from this point of view:

Everyone has lots and lots of people they potentially fancy, and even more that they like or even love (platonically) but wouldn't want to get involved with. So rejection is absolutely normal between friends, and there's simply just no reason to feel awkward for it.

If she's got any sense she'll feel honoured that you tried (she still invited you, so that must mean she's not annoyed or freaked out or whatever), so, I know it feels weird, but she's probably been rejected by at least one person, too, and knows how it feels smile

One of my best friends in school had a serious crush on me and I didn't know how to handle it, but I'm really happy that he just didn't mention it again, but continued being my best friend! It's 8 years since I've left school now and we're still in touch, so rejection's really no reason to not be friends hug


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Aurinko
BRONZE Member since Aug 2006

Aurinko

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Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Posted:I'm in desperate need of some night-time action and no yummy guys are in sight ... which is really frustrating ... so I'd prefer to continue talking about music:



 Written by: Birgit



does anyone else remember Poison? Not the Alice Cooper song, but the band? Best big hair bend ever wink





*yay* for Poison!

Got into my hard rock, heacy metal and i don't know what phase after NKOTB as well.

Even though my absolute hero was Axl Rose ubblove ubblol cold shivers run down my spone when I see pictures of him now biggrin

But Slash was also cute



 Written by: Birgit



On a different note, my favourite Poison song was "Ride the Wind"





oh oooh, weird memories coming up





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Bek66

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Posted:I liked Axl but always thought that Slash was proof that afterbirth could live!!! Now he's doing car commercials!!! shrug

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Pogo69
SILVER Member since Apr 2006

Pogo69

there's no charge for awesomeness... or attractiveness
Location: limbo, Australia

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Posted:oh gawd... were back on glam metal again?

gnr, ok (not glam metal, so slightly different genre IMNSHO)... but poison? you may as well poor acid on my ears and set them on fire...


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BansheeCat
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Posted:Nkotb? Axl? Poison?! Yikes.

* now I understand why all these people are in the singles thread.. * wink wink tongue


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