no you are not. I disagree with Amaranta - it's not like only sluts and gold diggers go to bars and nice girls go to work and crochet in their spare time!
well i'm pleased and releaved to hear that!!!! I like many people do fall foul of the bar now and again :)
When a men meets a girl in a bar than I guess it's a question of intution to tell if she's nice or not...
I think your spot on, although i don't like to judge somebody straight from the get go, i think that is just one big mistake. As for buying a girl drinks, i will buy her one if i choose, however if she says 'well aren't you going to get me a drink then??' after we have been talking for five minutes, i'm afraid that is a bad sign!!!!!
You might be right. Women like us don't give men a chance to meet them. If they go to a pub, they go with colleagues from work, never alone. Nothing about us is ostentatious.
I've got no problems with people in groups, however it does make it more difficult just to walk into the middle of the group and introduce yourself to a particular person. I mean for one its plain rude to speak to one peson in a group of people when you don't know anybody in that group, if your going to introduce yourself at all it should be to everybody, so i guess this is what makes it difficult, why the heck do i want to introduce myself to everybody and be the one person in the conversation who dosen't know anybody else!!! :)
Strange really because when i enter a room full of people who don't know each other, i will make sure that i get round the whole room and speak to everybody, make sure i remember who they are and hope to leave a good impression of myself. Ow and i don't mean good as in (wow i hope she fancies me, i mean more like, 'he is a decent person' even if there are blokes in the room)
We are so boring, really. we go to concerts, to parks, to exhibitions, to bookshops, to swimming pools, we ride bikes on the Vistula banks. Or we climb mountains. Neither of these places abound in foreigners, I must admit.
OMG i do one of those things, i go to swimming pools (well actually my gym swimming pool) and i don't really consider that a place to meet girls/women!!! lol. Anyway you seem a little upper-class, well thats the impression you give anyway as you seem to distance yourself from people (other women/normal blokes) by the way you talk.
My ex was a student and so was I at the time we met. I left him in an extreme way. I took a French leave, meaning, one day I leftthe keys in the mailbox and disappeared. I got an automatic divorce following two years of separation. I remembered him some time ago, but his first and last name are very common, so googling him on the Internet after one decade didn't help.
you were both students/young, yet you were married and you lived together, i don't mean to sound like daddy but no wonder it ended in tears!!!! I mean really getting married so young and moving in with somebody, if you ask me that is a little bit quick in fact a lap record at Silverstone :)