Do men prefer women who don't chase...at all?!

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Butterflyyy

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Five kids? That is a quiver full. That is awesome. I wanted five kids but my ex said she did not want to ruin her body.
Shame cuz my body isn't ruined and any damage done was well worth it👌❤️
 

Butterflyyy

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When I was in the 7th grade I was at the local skating rink and I worked up the nerve to ask a very pretty blonde hair blue eyed girl to skate with me. She frowned at me and said "Are you Crazy!?" and sped off on her skates. I just wanted to go home after that. I think I have PTSD. :( So yes it would be a relief to be asked instead of having to build up all that self confidence and counsel yourself not to be dissapointed before you even ask. This is hypothetical of course, since I am not interested in dating and would say no anyway.
Sounds to me like you were blessed to be rejected by her😉
 
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Q: What are the things you value/ would value most about a spouse/ future spouse?
humility, lover of God, sense of humour, totally aware of there inner child. Prepared to learn new things outside the box, and in it for the long haul. Oh and wacky, like hiding in a cardboard box and scaring there partner when she leaps out of it.
 
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Scribe

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Oh wait... I know... Must be a good TexMex cook!, followed by a good Cajun cook. Now THAT would win me over! ;)
 
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The girls Ive dated, well we were just drawn to one another, from the moment we met. Ive never had any luck
with chicks who have made me chase em, nor those who have thrown themselves.

I certainly never enjoyed the "hunt"

of course I am shy and introverted. lol?
I was like that when I was younger. I had to be pretty certain that I would'nt get rejected. lol.
The only thing is that I missed out on what could have been.
One example:
When I was in high school There was this girl that I had a novels class with last period. I walked her to her locker every single day. I knew that we had a mutual attraction however, I knew her father would never allow it. (or at least that is what I thought.) I moved half way through my senior year. She asked my mother ( which she had never met ) not for my number but for my address. She wrote and told me that
her heart was broken that I did'nt ask her to Prom. I think about her to this day. My point is that if you don't take a chance. Your life could pass you by.
 

Lanolin

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When I was in the 7th grade I was at the local skating rink and I worked up the nerve to ask a very pretty blonde hair blue eyed girl to skate with me. She frowned at me and said "Are you Crazy!?" and sped off on her skates. I just wanted to go home after that. I think I have PTSD. :( So yes it would be a relief to be asked instead of having to build up all that self confidence and counsel yourself not to be dissapointed before you even ask. This is hypothetical of course, since I am not interested in dating and would say no anyway.
chasing is when you dont even ask you just skate after her until you hit a bump and crash.
 
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ROFL. That's Great!! :ROFL:
 

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Q: What are the things you value/ would value most about a spouse/ future spouse?
What I value the most is the importance my wife has placed in her personal relationship with the Lord. If your spouse values his or her's relationship with the Lord then your spouse would value the relationship with you.
 

Butterflyyy

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I was like that when I was younger. I had to be pretty certain that I would'nt get rejected. lol.
The only thing is that I missed out on what could have been.
One example:
When I was in high school There was this girl that I had a novels class with last period. I walked her to her locker every single day. I knew that we had a mutual attraction however, I knew her father would never allow it. (or at least that is what I thought.) I moved half way through my senior year. She asked my mother ( which she had never met ) not for my number but for my address. She wrote and told me that
her heart was broken that I did'nt ask her to Prom. I think about her to this day. My point is that if you don't take a chance. Your life could pass you by.
Where is she now?
 

Lanolin

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I am pretty sure Ruth asked Boaz out before he could get cold feet.
 
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She lives in a small mountain town here in Colorado. She's married to a Judge.
And you were close Scribe. She has four girls. lol . I posted a picture of my daughter ( In costume as a street urchin ) and posted it on face book. I had "friended " her some years ago. Anyway, She responded to the post. I asked how she was and what she was up to and so fourth. She said that she would like to meet for coffee and catch up. This was about four month's ago. I have yet to respond. I lied about being too shy.
She was simply out of my league. Can you imagine me, at my age, still intimidated by her? Sorry for the rambling but there it is...
 

MendedSoul

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She lives in a small mountain town here in Colorado. She's married to a Judge.
And you were close Scribe. She has four girls. lol . I posted a picture of my daughter ( In costume as a street urchin ) and posted it on face book. I had "friended " her some years ago. Anyway, She responded to the post. I asked how she was and what she was up to and so fourth. She said that she would like to meet for coffee and catch up. This was about four month's ago. I have yet to respond. I lied about being too shy.
She was simply out of my league. Can you imagine me, at my age, still intimidated by her? Sorry for the rambling but there it is...
Go for it bud. What ya got to lose? Worst she can do is say no. You got this- hoo hoo hoo (fist pump)