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#18172

OMG: Online dating can blow me. Seriously women, what do you want from us???

33 comments

  1. step 1: be attractive
    step 2: don't be unattractive

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  2. Refer to:
    http://www.omguw.com/2014/05/18170.html

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  3. We all want different thiiiiiiiiiings.

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  4. Just by that statement I can tell that you feel that you feel entitled that woman should be all over your ass. What do women want? more like what can you offer as a human being, be a kind person, don't be a jerk. "online dating can blow me" does not do you justice as a kind person.

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    1. @4e Thank you for pointing out how funny @4e's comment was.
      LOL I honestly would not have noticed it (no sarcasm)

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    2. ***@4d's comment

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  5. To be viewed as humans, not as "women."

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    1. women are a subcategory of humans, so to be viewed as women is to be viewed as humans

      so stupid

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    2. But you are women... why is it bad to view you as a thing that you are? He probably views you as humans too, since you are also humans.

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  6. I don't speak for all girls, but I want the following:
    1. Not fat but not skinnier than me
    2. Taller than me
    3. Not stupid, caring, affectionate
    4. Must not smoke

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  7. >> Seriously women, what do you want from us???

    Money, nothing else.

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    1. HAHA YA UR SEXISM IS SOOO FUNNNY

      LOLOLOL

      ALL WOMEN R SHALLOW AM I RITE GUISE ... GUISE?

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    2. @7b, fat lesbo feminist detected.

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    3. @7c, that's some sexist homophobic sht right there. bet you're a real catch...

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  8. I want someone who's on my level as far as education and aptitude goes. Good grades...high GPA or has reasons (besides being lazy) for not bothering to work hard at school. Understands philosophy and different viewpoints and appreciates the arts and culture as well as science and maths. I'd like it if he was into reading, even if he doesn't read that much these days, and especially if he his own hobbies that he keeps up with.

    I would like it if he wasn't into anime, but if he is, that's okay I guess; I don't know if I could ever get into that though. I think he should have a basic grasp of how to manage his finances, know how to cook a few basic dishes (I mean simple stuff like boil eggs, make salad, make a cake from cake mix) and take care of his body. If he loved learning and knew how to hold a conversation, that would be the best possible scenario. I know this might sound really specific, but this is just my dream guy.

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    1. Curious as to why being into anime is a bad thing?

      I can understand not being attracted to "narutards", but not being attracted to people who generally like anime, but are otherwise normal?

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    2. Good luck 8. I'm not skeptical because people like this don't exist, but because they usually are already taken

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    3. @8b I'm pretty sure I match everything that 8 states including being single. My issue is finding my own female equivalent as I have been told by literally everyone that my standards are too high.

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    4. 8c: first step is to stop calling them females. call them women like a normal person

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  9. @8a: I'm not 8, but as someone who formerly followed about 10 shows a season, I can tell you that anime doesn't affect your life in a positive manner. It kept me inside and most of my contact with other people was accomplished through the internet. I don't think it helps you create practical values either - i.e. your life isn't an anime. I'm not saying anime's the cause, but there's a correlation between it and the neckbeard lifestyle. Currently, if a guy said he was into anime, it'd be a red flag for me (unless his taste isn't shit).

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    1. My boyfriend is pretty into anime but I've never seen it affect him negatively. He rarely talks about it when we spend time together and doesn't try and push it on me. It's just a hobby that he enjoys doing in his spare time. If you're a stable person it doesn't have to make you a recluse, you can still have a hobby and enjoy a positive social life. He enjoys quite a few of them but he's got a good balance in his life so I definitely don't consider it a redflag.

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    2. ^ Same with my boyfriend. He's into a lot of anime but he's also a really social person. Anime is just one of his hobbies.

      I don't think liking anime is any different from liking and following certain tv shows. Both have the potential to keep you inside and reduce your contact with other people.

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    3. ^ Exactly, everyone has something that they enjoy doing but it's only a problem if it takes over your entire life.

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    4. Wow, I should really rethink telling women that I watch anime.

      I'm one of the people who enjoys animes, yet is relatively normal. Nor am I ashamed of my attachment to certain franchises. But the fact that anime is an automatic red-flag... well that explains a lot.

      I really wish the idiots in the CTRL-A club (looking at you, dude with long hair and a fedora), didn't ruin it for the rest of us anime fans.

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  10. Be rich and ripped. Then you will be doing the filtering.

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