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  1. theoneandonlymistressmia Posted 04 June 2017 - 07:56 AM It's not that women are gold diggers. But some women want men who are responsible enough to provide for their future. Bakit kami kukuha ng bato na ipupukpok sa ulo namin? We want security instead of boy who only work because they are broke. Some women want someone with dream and ambition not someone who is contented with low to average pay cheques. Remember the saying love is not enough? Its true. As for my case, my husband works for me. Wag mong lahatin. Nowadays may mas pakinabang pa mga babae kesa sa mga lalaki. Sorry to say th
  2. *Jessie* Posted 01 June 2017 - 01:14 AM 1. We love to be wooed. Don't just play safe. Play hard. That is the problem with this digital age. All is easy. Even sex is digital. We lose the value of playing the long game and building human connections. We love to feel that your focus is just boxed on us. Don't play safe. Some can sense if you are not really investing. 2. We love men with a plan. Not boys who keep on waiting for the right moment.We love it when u plan certain occasions but most importantly, we love it when you have long term plans. It is important for us to see that a man h
  3. Ephemeral Posted 29 May 2017 - 12:38 PM This is actually a good read for those who are dating women who are too shy to say what they want or think that men are mind-readers. Let us assume that you are. I think the first step to understanding these kind of women is to LISTEN bold and CAPITALIZED. And no, not in the polite nodding-head-while-looking-at-her-boobs-and-mentally-undressing-her kind of way, which you have been doing since you discovered porn. Listen to everything she says with words and behind the words (aka body language). Non-verbal cues are the universal la
  4. DaChosen1 Posted 21 April 2006 - 01:41 PM Blind Date - I may have a few scripted plans for different scenarios. However, I usually let it fly spontaneously and be myself. So far, none of my blind dates ended on that one date. - Try to fish for something to talk about. I ask questions and just listen. My biggest assets---I'm a listener, I keep eye contact at all times, and smile a little bit but not too much. - If I can feel that the date will be the first and last because we do not click at all, we may not talk much about anything. First date with someone I kind of know: - Sam
  5. Bizman Posted 19 September 2019 - 10:16 AM Hello Babymaker, Men with good hearts and good intentions and rich and above normal social skills are already taken the moment they step out of school or reach adulthood. It's just the way nature works. Imagine an unripe mango on a tree. Even before this mango ripens bats and other fruit eating insects... you get the idea. Some species will have different tolerance to what is acceptable as ripe. And some individuals within the same specie will even have different tolerance, depending on how hungry... my point is TIME. Do not wait for the man
  6. Originally Posted by JoshuaJacob on 06 September 2019 - 08:10 PM It's almost impossible, but still probable, to have the Best Men = Good Guys. Most Good Guys = Successful Men are not a show-off. They tend to be simple, i.e., no jewelry, will not flash their stack of 1000 bills, drive a non fancy cars. However, most of the Good Guys prefer plain looking RTWs. But if you will check the labels, they are designer brand, i.e. Ralph Lauren, Dunhill, Custom made pants by LOR's... etc. Moreover, they are into good personal hygiene, clean nails, well groom, sporting a good cologne, i.e.
  7. Originally Posted by skitz on 22 June 2007 - 11:26 AM I like women who are a little awkward. You know, those girls who are suffering from the ugly-duckling syndrome. I don't know. I just don't like women who are full of it, I guess. But hey, when I say a little awkward, I emphasize A LITTLE... iba na ang usapan kung inferiority complex na.
  8. Originally Posted by _Honey_ on 22 June 2007 - 08:50 AM goatee piercings no tatttoos please. dark skinned guys, tisoys intimidate me most of the time cowboy attitude inclined to a musical instrument, usually guitar or drums tall and broad-shouldered guys suplado and misteryoso type those who smoke pero may "sweet tooth" someone who watches cartoons and animes black shirt and kupas na maong "rugged" look. guys who have good diction. i love how their "s" sounds whenever they speak
  9. Originally Posted by Saeki on 17 June 2007 - 07:38 PM taller than me (i'm 5'5) mabango ang leeg (i really dont know y!!!!) mas maitim sakin maganda ang paa
  10. Originally Posted by Aquaenogma on 17 June 2007 - 01:29 AM thick eyebrows, deep kinda sleepy eyes deep voice long hair-artistic kinda "ermitanyo" look child-like laughter ticklish men
  11. Originally Posted by Larry on 16 June 2007 - 01:00 AM What are some of the more unusual things that you find attractive, I'm talking unusual here so answers with eyes, lips etc are not allowed: I'll start: chicks with weird noses. Not screwed up noses just oddly shaped ones that on its own is unattractive but somehow fits perfectly with her face. Cooky Chua's nose for example. Chicks with a slight overbite. Kolehiyala sounding chicks or chicks that don't know how to make the hard "R" sound Heels Small dainty feet with naturally pink toenails. Biters
  12. Originally Posted by babymaker on 05 September 2019 - 03:58 PM Where do you find the BEST MEN? Handsome, Providers, READY to get married and have children. I have daughters who are coming of age... and of course I want them to find / marry the BEST MEN. Ideas and experiences please. Some of my ideas: Have my daughters become part time CAR show, GUN show, TRAVEL show, REAL ESTATE show models. 5 star hotel front desk? Bank front desk job? Here is a link: https://m.wikihow.com/Find-Rich-Men I have teenage daughters. You may ha
  13. What Do You Talk About On Your First Date? Leonardo007 Posted 22 April 2006 - 02:15 AM its always better if you at least have an inkling on your date's interest... kung wala... well... why not make it the topic of your conversation... you could probably try checking if your interests are the same as the other, or something like that ? oh, and it may also help not to think too much about everything being a date... talk casually... marami namang pwedeng maging topic sa mundo diba? kung wala talaga, try doing something which would not require you to talk much... like watching movies
  14. FleurDeLune Posted 28 May 2017 - 11:56 PM Let’s get back to basic, guys. Supposing you're not aware of any overture in the list yet. Or maybe if you're lucky enough, you did experience and surpassed any awkwardness, which might have resulted to undesirable savoir-faire, while you were still in the early stage of "getting-to- know" her / him. Having said that, I want you to share your experience in this thread (if there's any, that is). Thank you and have fun. It isn’t your imagination. We women don’t always tell you exactly what we want. Even though we won’t al
  15. How long does the feeling of being "in love" last? What keeps the relationship going after the feeling of being "in love" wanes?
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