I guess you could say I'm an average guy. I like women, sports and beer (not necessarily in that order). Currently going to college, but am thinking about a major change. I work full time as well, but still manage to get out and have my fun. But outside of those, I'm not so normal. I have a big heart and will do just about anything for friends. People find it easy to open up to me, I guess b/c I'm a good listener and sympathetic to a variety of people and situations. Anything else you want to ask, feel free.guys: sorry, but i am 100% straight. the interest is nice, but i really am not interested in a "chat"when it does come to chatting, i like to have one-on-ones. it makes it easier to have a real conversation that way. so if i ask, it's b/c i have a genuine interest in getting to know someone better. and unless specified as otherwise, little else
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honestly, i would say pc. mac makes it extremely difficult to upgrade components so what you buy is more or less what you get over the life of the machine. as for the components themselves, the are now the same as what pc's use. then there's the software. it used to be that the additional costs on a mac were overshadowed by the software that comes with them. this is no longer the case. when talking about laptops, it used to that macs had longer battery life because of the demands of the operating system put on the battery. this again is no longer the case. these are the reasons on why i say a pc. but again it all comes down to preference.
it really depends on what view i get first and what she's wearing. for instance if it's the summer and a girl has her back to me, then prob her ass, but if i'm facing her then it's prob. her chest. during the winter it's either hair or the face, it all just depends
just over 19 mo.
in general i get the: "your a nice guy but..."
I personally would have to say a strong mind is key for me. Being able to hold an intelligent conversation is something I look for. And I know it sounds cliche but just be yourself
depends on how she looked
sure as long as it fits in with their style
if it were the other way around and a male teacher with female students i think there would be a lot more backlash because like it or not, there is a double standard to these things. with that being said, i do think there was violation of the basic issue of trust. also does the law apply to college students and professors as well? because lets be honest, if a grad student sleeps with one of their professors, i highly doubt any party could claim an abuse of power (assuming there was no incentives given for such acts). She shouldn't be sentenced as a sexual offender though. and she ended up with 5 yrs for those that are wondering.
it's something on some people i wouldn't mind but certainly on others i would. but that's a double standard that cuts both ways
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