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Pamela Oglesby says
Then how do you explain the 60% of married men and women who cheat on their spouses?
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Catherine Kane says
"You can admire art without wanting to hang it in your house" - classic!!! :0)
Yeah, who wants to be ignored. That's just downright rude. I even consider cell phone calls and text messaging rude behavior on a date.
When I was a married man, I noticed attractive women all the time, but I never dwelt on their beauty or thought anything of it.
I am not familiar with the 80/20 rule...please clarify.
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martin applewhite says
The one girl isn't even looking at the other one, so I'm not sure what you're going on about here.
Think you're projecting here....
The eyes are the windows of the soul...please be careful my friend. :0)
Esther Earl says
At least you're honest. :0)
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sure there is. look at her as a person, as opposed to a piece of meat
OK, Catherine...... I'll give it my best shot.... Mmmmm, not working.....
I'm sorry ackman- but at least you get style points for trying...
Catherine: The sexy young thing strutting her stuff in that short black dress doesn't want to be seen as a person...she wants men to notice two luscious legs. She is advertising what she believes is her finest qualities...her finest assets.
I get that CJ. My point is that there definitely is a way to look at her innocently.
If you're at a party, and someone comes around w/ a tray of appetizers, you don't have to ogle them ;)
Catherine: This young sexy thang wants to be seen as a sex object...she would be totally disappointed if she was not noticed. Almost all men suffer from "hungry eye syndrom" and this little philly wants them to feast their eyes on her beautiful bod.
actually when you talk to them, a lot of them want to "look good" or "look hot" but are very upset when it translates to being looked at as a sex object as opposed to beautiful
US culture's gotten pretty and sexually available all mixed up
Catherine: When a woman exposes body parts and wears sexy, revealing clothing, she is trying to draw men in through sexual attraction. What is unrealistic, is to think that once she has them focussed on her body, that they must now focus on her mind.
CJ You're not getting it. Girls are taught that dressing sexy means that they're "looking good" for themselves not just that they're trying to attract sex partners, and that dressing modestly is dressing funny or ugly.
It's not always about sex
Catherine: I'm sure short skirts, high heels, and thong panties are not meant for one's comfort, but they are meant to get attention using sex as the bait. We are all walking billboards that are advertising something. Women often advertise sexuality.
If you're set on the idea that they're all trying to sexually come on to you, I won't change your mind. Just trying to cue you in to some of the mixed info given to the female side of the group
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CJ Sledgehammer says
As they say, "Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly is to the bone." :0)
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