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    MrDave101| 463 posts

    kylecburke posted

    I'm not sure...At home its bad...guys msg me all the time..but since I'm not like that they hate me...the gay community at home is known for sleeping with everyone...before I left I was the guy that ALL the gays knew OF but knew nothing about..they all tried to get their hands on me. Now let me state that it isn't because they thought I was hot..pff nope..it was just because I was untouchable by them :/ *sigh* In dublin I find guys are too shy to actually come up to me :/ I can't win

    MrDave101 posted

    I've heard a lot of people saying that! I wonder why not so many guys want to date anymore?!

    Haha no way! Well it's getting like that here too me thinks. So in Dublin guys don't approach you???!!! And you go to the George right? Normally thats the most touchy and gropey place in the city...(as far as I can remember). hmmmmm maybe the guys think that you're out of their league, or do you give off an unapproacable vibe? lol

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:20

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    kylecburke| 193 posts

    I have two theories....Just not attractive enough or I think it's because I go to clubs with friends or at least a girl and we dance...her and I stick to each other...we don't go to hook up we go to laugh, drink and dancccee.

    I went to the dragon last week and two gay guys went with their girls and they both left their girls and hooked up...I was like "WHATT there were 3 of us and the 2 of them got with one another and I got NOTTA"...they wern't even my type but it was the principle...However...I never approached them and I realized it was because I was dancing with all my friends I went with, grinding with the girl Im friends with and taught a few straight guys how to dance.

    I'm assuming that this is why, or I could just be too Damn Canadian for them HAHAH! the reasoning I came up with helps my ego stay alive tho :)

    "Oh you think that you know me, that's why I'm leaving you lonely, Cause baby you don't know a thing about me...You don't know a thing about me"

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:28

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    kylecburke| 193 posts

    nahh I'll keep her if thats the reason I'm not approached lol :) hoe before bro

    "Oh you think that you know me, that's why I'm leaving you lonely, Cause baby you don't know a thing about me...You don't know a thing about me"

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:35

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    citizen_circus| 3895 posts

    MrDave101 posted

    I've heard a lot of people saying that! I wonder why not so many guys want to date anymore?!

     

    Because people are getting sense.

    The world is currently (metaphorically) smaller than ever, and people are realising that possibilities to explore and travel are endless compared to times gone by. Traditionally, people found someone and settled down at a young age, because international travel and exploration wasn't as accessible as it is now.

    In my own opinion, there a million and one things more important than dating or relationships. And when you think about it, why would anybody truly want to date in their 20s? The only purpose it serves in your 20s is to learn what kind of person you do and don't want to end up settling down with. Other than that, it's just neediness or subconscious peer pressure. 

     

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:40

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    MrDave101| 463 posts

    Woah....seriously you've really thought about this! Maybe just maybe the grinding girls kinda threw guys off??? like you do get loads of straight guys in gay bars so maybe you were giving off da str8 vibes...hate that!

    p.s. don't say you're not attractive! argggg, 'angry face', you are attractive.

    Right to keep your ego up, if I ever see you in a bar I'll come onto you straight away so youll feel better..haha! All I want in return is 5 dollas (american dollas)

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:43

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    MrDave101| 463 posts

    Well do you not think that relationships can really help you learn more about yourself and help you grow as an individual? I know past relationships were really beneficial for me

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:47

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    Bebs| 4795 posts

    Men are full of testosterone, which doesn't lend itself to settling down with Mr. or Mrs. Right in a monogamous relationship. If men had their way, they'd ride all around them and when there are no women in the equation then that seems to be exactly what happens.

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 20:49

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    azezil| 7107 posts

    Bebs posted

    Men are full of testosterone, which doesn't lend itself to settling down with Mr. or Mrs. Right in a monogamous relationship. If men had their way, they'd ride all around them and when there are no women in the equation then that seems to be exactly what happens.

    What a sweeping generalisation to make and IMO utter bullshit!

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 21:07

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    kylecburke| 193 posts

    Ohhh I'm not lonely ;) but I wouldn't be able to ditch her...besides I have way more fun dancing with her then looking to see who may and may not be interested since I don't hook up *insert Kelly Clarkson I do not hook up song* lol and it can really sober and damper your night if you are always lookin :/ I'll shake my booty and have fun and if a guy is too intimidated and scared to come up to me and my friend then they won't be my kinda dude ya know? :)

    "Oh you think that you know me, that's why I'm leaving you lonely, Cause baby you don't know a thing about me...You don't know a thing about me"

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 21:14

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    citizen_circus| 3895 posts

    Bebs posted

    Men are full of testosterone, which doesn't lend itself to settling down with Mr. or Mrs. Right in a monogamous relationship. If men had their way, they'd ride all around them and when there are no women in the equation then that seems to be exactly what happens.

     

    I agree with this to an extent. If I'm not mistaken, men naturally have a higher sex drive than women, whereas women crave stability more than men. So it makes sense that when men can have sex with each other, they're naturally going to be more attracted to that option rather than stability.

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 21:18

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    kylecburke| 193 posts

    So True! Since I turned 20 I have had 5 serious relationships and I learned so much about me and what I want...so now I know the guy I want...but 20's are the hardest and greatest time of your life...You are challenged in every way and you learn who you are. I'm travelling and I learned from a relationship that I had here in Dublin that it consumed too much of my time and since Im limited I can't do that, hence why I'd rather shake my booty with friends. It was just too funny that I beat they off at home but feel the opposite here. Im not complaining just making a funny observation HA! But I hear Irish are more shy and less direct :/ who knows LOL

     

    citizen_circus posted

    MrDave101 posted

    I've heard a lot of people saying that! I wonder why not so many guys want to date anymore?!

     

    Because people are getting sense.

    The world is currently (metaphorically) smaller than ever, and people are realising that possibilities to explore and travel are endless compared to times gone by. Traditionally, people found someone and settled down at a young age, because international travel and exploration wasn't as accessible as it is now.

    In my own opinion, there a million and one things more important than dating or relationships. And when you think about it, why would anybody truly want to date in their 20s? The only purpose it serves in your 20s is to learn what kind of person you do and don't want to end up settling down with. Other than that, it's just neediness or subconscious peer pressure. 

     

    "Oh you think that you know me, that's why I'm leaving you lonely, Cause baby you don't know a thing about me...You don't know a thing about me"

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 21:18

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    citizen_circus| 3895 posts

    MrDave101 posted

    Well do you not think that relationships can really help you learn more about yourself and help you grow as an individual? I know past relationships were really beneficial for me

     

    I do indeed think that, and I agree with you. That's what I meant when I said  "The only purpose it serves in your 20s is to learn what kind of person you do and don't want to end up settling down with."

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    10 Apr 2012 @ 21:20

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