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First time post to this thread...So me and my partner have been together almost a year and a half. Things had been rocky early in the relationship, he had a bad childhood and had issues from that. Worked through them and everything has been going fine. He got drunk last weekend and revealed that he isn't attracted to me. Loves me, wants to be with me, is attracted to me mentally and emotionally, but not attracted to me physically. has never been.

I'm shocked and hurt, he seems to think it isn't a big deal as attraction and looks fade and its shallow. I'm thinking the relationship should have never started without a physical attraction. Am I being the shallow one thinking that physical attraction is one of the biggest parts of a relationship?
 
First time post to this thread...So me and my partner have been together almost a year and a half. Things had been rocky early in the relationship, he had a bad childhood and had issues from that. Worked through them and everything has been going fine. He got drunk last weekend and revealed that he isn't attracted to me. Loves me, wants to be with me, is attracted to me mentally and emotionally, but not attracted to me physically. has never been.

I'm shocked and hurt, he seems to think it isn't a big deal as attraction and looks fade and its shallow. I'm thinking the relationship should have never started without a physical attraction. Am I being the shallow one thinking that physical attraction is one of the biggest parts of a relationship?

Without physical attraction, especially only 1.5 years into a relationship, is going to be a huge issue down the road. Personally, I think it's best to move on, it's not shallow to want your partner to be attracted to you
 

eot

Banned
I'm horrible at picking up on signs, I see the ones that aren't true and miss the blatantly obvious ones, so I need to ask about this one.

I have a very good friend, with whom I've been spending a lot of time lately. I've been trying not to fall for her, but I don't think it's going all that well haha. Anyway, she's slightly superstitious in a not too serious way, but she tends to point out small things like [totally made up] "the clock was 13:37 when I looked at it, that means I will do well in CS today". You get what I'm talking about. So, the other day she pointed something out and I teasingly asked her what that means and she said "it means somebody likes you". Since she noticed the thing it that means somebody likes her? Then one second later she says "no, it means somebody with x hair color [her hair color] likes you". I said something in response because I just took it at face value, but then right afterwards I was like "wait, what? that is oddly specific and sounds made up", but she was in another room so I didn't see her face when she said it and she went into the bathroom the same instant.

Give me a reality check, am I overthinking things as always? There's more to it, I don't want to list every single thing because it will make me look stupid, but as an example she recently said she wanted to show something she bought, and proceeds to put on a skin tight dress that makes her look like that Colombian weather girl and gave me a semi. She asks my opinion on other clothes too, I just wasn't prepared for something so explicitly sexy.
 
I'm horrible at picking up on signs, I see the ones that aren't true and miss the blatantly obvious ones, so I need to ask about this one.

I have a very good friend, with whom I've been spending a lot of time lately. I've been trying not to fall for her, but I don't think it's going all that well haha. Anyway, she's slightly superstitious in a not too serious way, but she tends to point out small things like [totally made up] "the clock was 13:37 when I looked at it, that means I will do well in CS today". You get what I'm talking about. So, the other day she pointed something out and I teasingly asked her what that means and she said "it means somebody likes you". Since she noticed the thing it that means somebody likes her? Then one second later she says "no, it means somebody with x hair color [her hair color] likes you". I said something in response because I just took it at face value, but then right afterwards I was like "wait, what? that is oddly specific and sounds made up", but she was in another room so I didn't see her face when she said it and she went into the bathroom the same instant.

Give me a reality check, am I overthinking things as always? There's more to it, I don't want to list every single thing because it will make me look stupid, but as an example she recently said she wanted to show something she bought, and proceeds to put on a skin tight dress that makes her look like that Colombian weather girl and gave me a semi. She asks my opinion on other clothes too, I just wasn't prepared for something so explicitly sexy.

How physical are you with her? I mean in terms of putting your arm around her waste when walking around and stuff, innocent thing like that. What's her reaction to that?
 

eot

Banned
Quite physical, she hugs me a lot, throws playful punches, wants me to feel her muscles (lol) etc. but I've been too much of a coward to do something like holding her waist. I don't read too much into that though, she's quite outgoing in that way.
 
Quite physical, she hugs me a lot, throws playful punches, wants me to feel her muscles (lol) etc. but I've been too much of a coward to do something like holding her waist. I don't read too much into that though, she's quite outgoing in that way.

Only way to find out is to do something about it, which also is a risk of fucking up the friendship
YOLO
 

Jhoan

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Finished another date but I feel like I might have blown it. Apparently I tried to make out with the girl and got a peck in the lips but said she doesn't do PDA then walked off with a bit of a smile. Date went pretty well otherwise. I didn't talk about myself as much and it was very light/flirty. There was touching from both sides. Am I overthinking about it or did I blow it? I felt a bit awkward as I walked off. More details can be elaborated on later.

Edit: Autocorrect. Gotta love Android phones.
 

Tdog987

Member
I may be back in dating pool

Gf of over a year is deciding if she is gonna be moving to Tennessee (we both live in Oregon) in a few weeks...I will not be moving with her if she does

:(

I sad...so sad
 

Salamando

Member
what are some picture options I should consider? (female)

If you're a female, you can post literally anything and get a response. The key is getting good responses. Think about the kind of man you're looking for, and use pics that would attract their attention. Pics of you on a mountain will attract hikers, pics of you with "the goods" on ample display will attract pervs, and so on.

A recent full-body pic is a good idea for either gender. No one likes surprises at the first meet.
 

Kindekuma

Banned
I may be back in dating pool

Gf of over a year is deciding if she is gonna be moving to Tennessee (we both live in Oregon) in a few weeks...I will not be moving with her if she does

:(

I sad...so sad

I live in TN, and moved from OR lol.

But that sucks to hear man :(, hoping for the best!
 

don1819

Neo Member
Ok GAF I really care about this girl lets call her May we had dated for sometime on and off (2 times) I really like her but the relationship has always seemed one sided from my end, but now May has moved 1 hour away to go to a college. She broke up with me the summer before she had left. May says she still wants to be friends. Shes not sure what she wants in life. Does she still care about me? or am i wasting my time is she just trying to be "nice"?
 

Moff

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I'm horrible at picking up on signs, I see the ones that aren't true and miss the blatantly obvious ones, so I need to ask about this one.

I have a very good friend, with whom I've been spending a lot of time lately. I've been trying not to fall for her, but I don't think it's going all that well haha. Anyway, she's slightly superstitious in a not too serious way, but she tends to point out small things like [totally made up] "the clock was 13:37 when I looked at it, that means I will do well in CS today". You get what I'm talking about. So, the other day she pointed something out and I teasingly asked her what that means and she said "it means somebody likes you". Since she noticed the thing it that means somebody likes her? Then one second later she says "no, it means somebody with x hair color [her hair color] likes you". I said something in response because I just took it at face value, but then right afterwards I was like "wait, what? that is oddly specific and sounds made up", but she was in another room so I didn't see her face when she said it and she went into the bathroom the same instant.

Give me a reality check, am I overthinking things as always? There's more to it, I don't want to list every single thing because it will make me look stupid, but as an example she recently said she wanted to show something she bought, and proceeds to put on a skin tight dress that makes her look like that Colombian weather girl and gave me a semi. She asks my opinion on other clothes too, I just wasn't prepared for something so explicitly sexy.
asking opinions on clothes is not really signaling she wants a relationship, quite the contrary
but do her signs really matter that much?
what about what you want?
are you telling us you are falling for her but would only want a relationship if she wants it too? and if she doesnt you are fine being friends?
don't lie to us and more importantly don't lie to yourself
make your intentions clear to her if you are falling for her, tell her you want to date her.
she probably knows already anyway
 
Ok GAF I really care about this girl lets call her May we had dated for sometime on and off (2 times) I really like her but the relationship has always seemed one sided from my end, but now May has moved 1 hour away to go to a college. She broke up with me the summer before she had left. May says she still wants to be friends. Shes not sure what she wants in life. Does she still care about me? or am i wasting my time is she just trying to be "nice"?

You're wasting your time if you want anything more than friendship.

I can't comment on if she cares or not, I'd lean towards doesn't care based on you saying it always felt one sided.
 

Llyranor

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Ok GAF I really care about this girl lets call her May we had dated for sometime on and off (2 times) I really like her but the relationship has always seemed one sided from my end, but now May has moved 1 hour away to go to a college. She broke up with me the summer before she had left. May says she still wants to be friends. Shes not sure what she wants in life. Does she still care about me? or am i wasting my time is she just trying to be "nice"?
What Miles said. The cynical side of me is saying she might be keeping you around for attention or as a backup.
 

eot

Banned
are you telling us you are falling for her but would only want a relationship if she wants it too? and if she doesnt you are fine being friends?

Yes, because she means more to me as a friend. So maybe the best idea is to just drop it.

Regarding the clothes thing, I didn't mean to say that was a sign she's into me, I meant the opposite actually, which is why I mentioned it. It was just that one time that felt really odd, because I wasn't expecting her to pose in something so revealing. Kind of like if she asked me what I thought of the new thong she bought or whatever (which hey, she did show me her thongs). Maybe she genuinely wants my opinion on her thong, but it's hard not to find it suggestive. Of course this wasn't quite that extreme, I'm just trying to explain why I brought it up. Anyway, I think I just needed to get it out of my system so I can stop twirling it around in my head.
 
Yes, because she means more to me as a friend. So maybe the best idea is to just drop it.

Regarding the clothes thing, I didn't mean to say that was a sign she's into me, I meant the opposite actually, which is why I mentioned it. It was just that one time that felt really odd, because I wasn't expecting her to pose in something so revealing. Kind of like if she asked me what I thought of the new thong she bought or whatever (which hey, she did show me her thongs). Maybe she genuinely wants my opinion on her thong, but it's hard not to find it suggestive. Of course this wasn't quite that extreme, I'm just trying to explain why I brought it up. Anyway, I think I just needed to get it out of my system so I can stop twirling it around in my head.

Yeah, your instincts are on point. This happening means absolutely nothing. This happened to me some time ago when a cute girl wore this really revealing short black dress (she went from cute to really hot when she walked into the room wearing that) when I was with a bunch of acquaintances at their house getting ready to go to the club and she asked me if I liked her dress. Doesn't mean she wanted to fuck me at the end of the night or something. We weren't even friends at all (just an acquaintance).
 

Moff

Member
Yes, because she means more to me as a friend. So maybe the best idea is to just drop it.

but you can't just drop just like she can't just turn it on (if she is not interested, which you don't know, yet)
and being friends if one party is falling in love, I don't think that ever worked out well, it surely didn't for me, but maybe others have had different experiences
 
What Miles said. The cynical side of me is saying she might be keeping you around for attention or as a backup.

I'd say that's more than accurate and not cynical at all.

It's actually pretty crazy how quickly people will cut you off when you stop paying attention to them/stop making them feel good about themselves.
 

Kurtofan

Member
Hello... I'm attracted to someone (the same person I've been trying to talk to for weeks...) but I have very low self-esteem... I'm afraid it's useless to even attempt in my present condition... Is this wrong?
 
Hello... I'm attracted to someone (the same person I've been trying to talk to for weeks...) but I have very low self-esteem... I'm afraid it's useless to even attempt in my present condition... Is this wrong?

Do you read the replies people write to you, because you keep asking variations on the same question. You need to get right with yourself first before you can date effectively.
 

Kurtofan

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Do you read the replies people write to you, because you keep asking variations on the same question. You need to get right with yourself first before you can date effectively.

yes I read them but I'm asking for something specific.
I've never been "right with myself"... I have no idea what's it like or how long it's going to take, I don't want to spend my twenties alone, the idea terrifies me.

I've never tried dating before... it's killing me inside, the idea that I'm not able to do this.

I'm trying out a lot of things to get better, chess, yoga, association, I try to engage more in conversation (hardest part...), I feel like I should try to do things I don't usually do.
 

Ultima_5

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yes I read them but I'm asking for something specific.
I've never been "right with myself"... I have no idea what's it like or how long it's going to take, I don't want to spend my twenties alone, the idea terrifies me.

I've never tried dating before... it's killing me inside, the idea that I'm not able to do this.

I'm trying out a lot of things to get better, chess, yoga, association, I try to engage more in conversation (hardest part...), I feel like I should try to do things I don't usually do.

Dude I typically don't post in the thread but it seems like you post this every week or two. My main tip is to like yourself before you expect other people to like you. Don't expect fulfillment from others in a relationship sense. Puts a ton of pressure on them and it's not healthy.

Keep putting yourself out there. So self improvement. Get excercise. Vary your interest. Learn how to have convos. Then look into dating. Telling the thread that your nervous isn't going to improve that
 
yes I read them but I'm asking for something specific.
I've never been "right with myself"... I have no idea what's it like or how long it's going to take, I don't want to spend my twenties alone, the idea terrifies me.

I've never tried dating before... it's killing me inside, the idea that I'm not able to do this.

I'm trying out a lot of things to get better, chess, yoga, association, I try to engage more in conversation (hardest part...), I feel like I should try to do things I don't usually do.

Please note that this isn't directed at you specifically, but rather at these variations on a theme.

What do you bring to a possible relationship? What do you have to offer? Can you share interesting experiences with someone? Are you physically attractive so that you're aesthetically pleasing? Are you highly emotionally intelligent and sensitive to a partner's needs? Are you great in bed? Are you experienced in relationships, so that you know exactly how to support someone? Do you make people laugh?

Far too many people erroneously presume that a relationship somehow completes them, or that a relationship will add value to their lives. Sure, they add value, but only through the mixing of its shared component parts. If you bring nothing to the table, you're going to have a very shitty, codependent, dysfunctional relationship. The stock answer of "But I'll love her!" isn't enough; it's all too often that people with good intentions have terrible execution. And execution matters.

Basically, Kurtofan, based on what you said, I don't think you're ready for dating. But I definitely think you're on the right track. The fact that you're willing to try interpersonal activities and push past your boundaries is a wonderful sign. You don't need to rush things.
 
Please note that this isn't directed at you specifically, but rather at these variations on a theme.

What do you bring to a possible relationship? What do you have to offer? Can you share interesting experiences with someone? Are you physically attractive so that you're aesthetically pleasing? Are you highly emotionally intelligent and sensitive to a partner's needs? Are you great in bed? Are you experienced in relationships, so that you know exactly how to support someone? Do you make people laugh?

Great post. Should be in the next OT. Hopefully everyone in here can handle all that truth.
 
Had dinner tonight with a girl, lasted 3 hours, it was great.

We both said we wanted to see each other again and said we would talk in the coming days as we both have a busy weekend but I think it will end up being Sunday.
 
I think the girl I had an amazing date with a week ago has lost interest. :1

Flaked last week and no response. This is why I don't dip my pen in the company ink. :1

Being pidgeonholed as "boring nice guy" sucks.
 
Been talking to/dating a girl for almost a month now. Last time we had a "talk" was a few weeks ago when she said she wanted to take it slow. Fast forward to now and I would definitely not classify us as taking it slow...texting every day, we go out on dates, she stays over my place on the weekend, we have a great time. I really like spending time with her, I'm just wondering what's goings on since I haven't really talked with her about "us" since a few weeks ago. Not sure how to take all the signs, but everything we do seems to contradict the whole taking it slow narrative. Hmm...
 
Been talking to/dating a girl for almost a month now. Last time we had a "talk" was a few weeks ago when she said she wanted to take it slow. Fast forward to now and I would definitely not classify us as taking it slow...texting every day, we go out on dates, she stays over my place on the weekend, we have a great time. I really like spending time with her, I'm just wondering what's goings on since I haven't really talked with her about "us" since a few weeks ago. Not sure how to take all the signs, but everything we do seems to contradict the whole taking it slow narrative. Hmm...

Actions speak louder, etc. But there's no harm in clarifying those words.
 
Been friendzoned and ghosted multiple times in the last week or two.
Excelsior!
 

Kurtofan

Member
Please note that this isn't directed at you specifically, but rather at these variations on a theme.

What do you bring to a possible relationship? What do you have to offer? Can you share interesting experiences with someone? Are you physically attractive so that you're aesthetically pleasing? Are you highly emotionally intelligent and sensitive to a partner's needs? Are you great in bed? Are you experienced in relationships, so that you know exactly how to support someone? Do you make people laugh?

Far too many people erroneously presume that a relationship somehow completes them, or that a relationship will add value to their lives. Sure, they add value, but only through the mixing of its shared component parts. If you bring nothing to the table, you're going to have a very shitty, codependent, dysfunctional relationship. The stock answer of "But I'll love her!" isn't enough; it's all too often that people with good intentions have terrible execution. And execution matters.

Basically, Kurtofan, based on what you said, I don't think you're ready for dating. But I definitely think you're on the right track. The fact that you're willing to try interpersonal activities and push past your boundaries is a wonderful sign. You don't need to rush things.

Thanks for this post. Can I just talk about the interesting experiences thing? What do you mean exactly?

As for what I can bring to a relationship ... not much admittedly, though I've been told by friends that I'm very thoughtful and sensitive, not sure if that's a super important thing. Also I think I am very interested in other things, I am very interested in what people say, I've been told I'm a good listener (but maybe not so good a speaker).

(I'm not trying to contradict your post here, just trying to list positive things about me)
 
Thanks for this post. Can I just talk about the interesting experiences thing? What do you mean exactly?

As for what I can bring to a relationship... not much admitedly, though I've been told by friends that I'm very thoughtful and sensitive, not sure if that's a super important thing.

If you don't know what an interesting experience is, you probably haven't had any. What makes you unique? You should always be striving to do something that sounds like it would be interesting. Take a trip, learn kung fu, eat something weird. Get smarter about a lot of different topics. Be a badass.

I'm a digital nomad video game/board game lawyer. I blog, I make online courses, I'm in a different country every few months. Usually just saying that I'm a video game lawyer in my profile gets them asking about it. On a date, my date often asks me a million questions about my job and lifestyle. If not, I have a ton of questions for them and can speak intelligently about a wide breadth of topics. I would classify myself as an "interesting" person.

Obviously being 37 and on my 3rd career helps. But there's not really anything stopping you from becoming interesting in your own way. Do it!

Edit: some accused me of being full of myself before. I just think I find myself really interesting and I've worked hard to do so :)
 

Salamando

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Edit: some accused me of being full of myself before. I just think I find myself really interesting and I've worked hard to do so :)

Well, you gotta compensate for the chubbiness and the baldness somehow.
Ain't like I got room to throw shade...got business-zoned last week.


Date tonight with a girl I met through a mutual friend. Even if it goes well, it's unlikely I'll be able to see her again until May (scratching "Visit Japan" off my bucket list, leave next week). Figure I'll see how dating goes when I give less of a shit (read: overthink far less).
 

vern

Member
If you don't know what an interesting experience is, you probably haven't had any. What makes you unique? You should always be striving to do something that sounds like it would be interesting. Take a trip, learn kung fu, eat something weird. Get smarter about a lot of different topics. Be a badass.

I'm a digital nomad video game/board game lawyer. I blog, I make online courses, I'm in a different country every few months. Usually just saying that I'm a video game lawyer in my profile gets them asking about it. On a date, my date often asks me a million questions about my job and lifestyle. If not, I have a ton of questions for them and can speak intelligently about a wide breadth of topics. I would classify myself as an "interesting" person.

Obviously being 37 and on my 3rd career helps. But there's not really anything stopping you from becoming interesting in your own way. Do it!

Edit: some accused me of being full of myself before. I just think I find myself really interesting and I've worked hard to do so :)

Zackie and I dated once. He was full of himself for sure but I found it endearing. Also we had pizza, pizza dates are impossible to mess up. I highly recommend pizza if you are gonna do dinner as a first date.

I'm not exactly a digital nomad, though I guess I'm in the process of trying to be. I move around a lot. I've lived in a few countries, had many jobs (from taxi driver in Australia to token white guy in China, and many in between), and like zackie I guess I have a fairly interesting life. Not everyone needs to live like us, but you should do things like he said, take interesting courses, eat crazy shit, learn a language, etc. Nothing is wrong with games or Netflix, we are all here on gaf probably cuz we are kind of "nerdy" and enjoy those things a little too much, but don't make those (or any other hobby, tbh) your entire life. Be well rounded and well read and you won't be here asking things like "what should I say on a date?" or "how can I be interesting?"
 

Idde

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Zackie and I dated once. He was full of himself for sure but I found it endearing. Also we had pizza, pizza dates are impossible to mess up. I highly recommend pizza if you are gonna do dinner as a first date.

I'm not exactly a digital nomad, though I guess I'm in the process of trying to be. I move around a lot. I've lived in a few countries, had many jobs (from taxi driver in Australia to token white guy in China, and many in between), and like zackie I guess I have a fairly interesting life. Not everyone needs to live like us, but you should do things like he said, take interesting courses, eat crazy shit, learn a language, etc. Nothing is wrong with games or Netflix, we are all here on gaf probably cuz we are kind of "nerdy" and enjoy those things a little too much, but don't make those (or any other hobby, tbh) your entire life. Be well rounded and well read and you won't be here asking things like "what should I say on a date?" or "how can I be interesting?"

If I can add to this; talk to a lot of people. Be an interesting person to talk about (because of interesting things you've done, views you have, etc.), but also an interesting person to talk too. Being a social person can be learnt. Talk to a lot of people (which you're already doing) and in time you'll figure out how to be both interesting and interested. I'd say this is more important than having done interesting stuff. Already being the latter helps tremendously. Can't recall the amount of times somebody was surprised I remembered something, because a lot of people don't really pay a lot of attention.

I have a question myself. At my gym I spoke to a pretty cute, nerdy girl, twice now. For about half an hour each time. I'm not able to go to the gym for at least a week, but we've introduced each other, and I can find her on Facebook. What do I do? My gut is telling me to wait till I see her again, and ask her out then (because the mood will already be set), or do I add her on Facebook, and ask her out that way?
 

vern

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I have a question myself. At my gym I spoke to a pretty cute, nerdy girl, twice now. For about half an hour each time. I'm not able to go to the gym for at least a week, but we've introduced each other, and I can find her on Facebook. What do I do? My gut is telling me to wait till I see her again, and ask her out then (because the mood will already be set), or do I add her on Facebook, and ask her out that way?

You talked to her during your workouts or after? About gym things or more? Seems if you talked with her for an hour total it would be pretty good conversation and she wasn't trying to ditch you... unless of course it was just stuff as you both walked on a treadmill next to each other. I'd say if she gave you here full name and the conversation was good non gym stuff then shoot her a message on FB.
 

Llyranor

Member
To add to the 'interesting' discussion, just get out of your bubble, your comfort zone. Don't stick to the routine you've been doing all your life.

Also, as much as I adore travelling, you don't NEED to travel to be interesting. It can help expose you to new experiences, of course, but there are plenty of new things you haven't done in your hometown. Do NOT go thinking "well I haven't travelled, I can't be interesting", because it is absolutely NOT a requirement.
 

vern

Member
To add to the 'interesting' discussion, just get out of your bubble, your comfort zone. Don't stick to the routine you've been doing all your life.

Also, as much as I adore travelling, you don't NEED to travel to be interesting. It can help expose you to new experiences, of course, but there are plenty of new things you haven't done in your hometown. Do NOT go thinking "well I haven't travelled, I can't be interesting", because it is absolutely NOT a requirement.

Yeah and that's what I said too. Travel just makes it easier to find new and exciting things to do, but even if you stay in some small town there has gotta be clubs to join or courses to take or even some random ethnic restaurant to try. Routine can be a good thing, but if you aren't getting dates and you want them, or aren't successful when you do have them, you gotta start changing up the routine.
 

Ultima_5

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If you don't know what an interesting experience is, you probably haven't had any. What makes you unique? You should always be striving to do something that sounds like it would be interesting. Take a trip, learn kung fu, eat something weird. Get smarter about a lot of different topics. Be a badass.

I'm a digital nomad video game/board game lawyer. I blog, I make online courses, I'm in a different country every few months. Usually just saying that I'm a video game lawyer in my profile gets them asking about it. On a date, my date often asks me a million questions about my job and lifestyle. If not, I have a ton of questions for them and can speak intelligently about a wide breadth of topics. I would classify myself as an "interesting" person.

Obviously being 37 and on my 3rd career helps. But there's not really anything stopping you from becoming interesting in your own way. Do it!

Edit: some accused me of being full of myself before. I just think I find myself really interesting and I've worked hard to do so :)

Dude. That's the definition of being full of yourself
 
Dude. That's the definition of being full of yourself

Not really. He simply recognizes his self-worth and radiates that in a positive way. He isn't looking down on others or thinking the entire world revolves around him.

Nothing wrong with that at all. In fact, it's something people who lack confidence in themselves should try to emulate.
 

bluethree

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Not really. He simply recognizes his self-worth and radiates that in a positive way. He isn't looking down on others or thinking the entire world revolves around him.

Nothing wrong with that at all. In fact, it's something people who lack confidence in themselves should try to emulate.

Yep, this. Liking yourself doesnt necessarily mean being arrogant or shitting on others.
 
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