Love Advice with Dr. Des

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seoulsearch

OutWrite Trouble
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Ladies and Gentleman. Dr. Des' Guide to TOTAL peace in finding a partner.
Step 1: Find somebody at church or the local, Christian-owned Coffee Shop (Like that girl who works at that place in Kingsport, TN...rawr)
Dear Dr. Des,

Is this last comment a crucial part of this step. Like, are we actually supposed to say "RAWR!!" within earshot of our objects of affection?

I was just wondering because so far, I have not yet landed my object of affection, and I wonder if it's because I'm doing something wrong when following your advice (after all, you would NEVER lead us astray... would you???) :geek:

Will walking past my crush and making my best "RAWR"-ing noises in his direction (just in his general direction -- not directly AT him, of course, because I've heard men like it when women play coy?) Plus, I can't afford to have yet another restraining order taken out on against me, and if I just "RAWR" in his general direction, I can always I was RAWR-ing over my double latte, lowfat soymilk mocha espresso and not him.

Signed,

Practicing My Purr in Pennsylvania
 

Lynx

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That is risky seoulsearch. You don't want to get banned from the coffee shop. I mean... this is COFFEE at stake! You can find a man anywhere.
 

seoulsearch

OutWrite Trouble
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That is risky seoulsearch. You don't want to get banned from the coffee shop. I mean... this is COFFEE at stake! You can find a man anywhere.

Maybe.

But I'll bet your patterned hide that I can find good coffee a heck of a lot easier than I can find a man.

(And that's not a cut on men, at all.)

After all, wouldn't all you gentlemen out there say the same?

I'm guessing most of you are having a much easier time finding good coffee than a woman, or we all wouldn't be here in Singles, let alone asking Dr. Des for Love Advice. :LOL:
 

Desdichado

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It works if you're looking for a Klingon man.

Dear Dr. Des,

Is this last comment a crucial part of this step. Like, are we actually supposed to say "RAWR!!" within earshot of our objects of affection?

I was just wondering because so far, I have not yet landed my object of affection, and I wonder if it's because I'm doing something wrong when following your advice (after all, you would NEVER lead us astray... would you???) :geek:

Will walking past my crush and making my best "RAWR"-ing noises in his direction (just in his general direction -- not directly AT him, of course, because I've heard men like it when women play coy?) Plus, I can't afford to have yet another restraining order taken out on against me, and if I just "RAWR" in his general direction, I can always I was RAWR-ing over my double latte, lowfat soymilk mocha espresso and not him.

Signed,

Practicing My Purr in Pennsylvania
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
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It works if you're looking for a Klingon man.
But how will I get her Cardassian parents to accept me? They'd blow a fuse, or maybe blow up a moon or two, before they'd accept a Klingon son-in-law.
 

Desdichado

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Why would you want Cardassian in-laws?

My only good advice there is don't come over if they ask you to help install lights.

But how will I get her Cardassian parents to accept me? They'd blow a fuse, or maybe blow up a moon or two, before they'd accept a Klingon son-in-law.
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
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Why would you want Cardassian in-laws?

My only good advice there is don't come over if they ask you to help install lights.
How many are they wanting to install, four or fi... Oh I can't finish such a trite joke.