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Posted on Oct 14, 2011 at 08:44 AM

Well I figure it's time for a guy to step up and share some "manly" advice on this forum when it comes to dating women. Following are some quotes that I like. Read 'em and enjoy (or read 'em and weep if you don't like 'em). Quotes follow: My boyfriend used to ask his mother, 'How can I find the right woman for me?' and she would answer, 'Don't worry about finding the right woman- concentrate on becoming the right man.’ When a man goes on a date, he wonders if he is going to get lucky. A woman already knows. --Frederick Ryder Respect is to women what looks are to men. A woman dating a man without respect is like a man dating a borderline ugly woman. --Brian Canigla As a rule when men talk to someone about a problem, they are looking for answers; women in general are different. They will talk to you about a problem to express how they feel. They usually aren't looking for answers; they just want to talk about it to straighten things out in their own minds. Unless she asks for advice, don't offer it. Just listen, and keep the conversation going. If she wants advice she will ask for it. --Gary Caine Women fall for bastards because they don't turn off the sexuality. "Nice guys” think women will be terrified of their sexuality, so they turn it off, but all they get is the “let’s just be friends” treatment. --Pook If a woman is attracted to you, and you give her a warm smile, the ice is already broken and you haven't even said a word. –Rico When you let a woman dominate your state of mind, you are giving up your manhood. --Senor Fingers There's a term that women use to describe men who are weak and display approval-seeking posture and mannerisms…that term is “NICE GUY”—David DeAngelo Never date a woman whose father calls her 'Princess.' Chances are she believes it. -- Anonymous Nobody is teaching boys how to be men; nobody is teaching them how to be in tune with their masculine nature. Mothers, try as they might, cannot do so adequately, because they don't know HOW to teach masculine nature, because their nature is feminine. With more boys being taught how to love by their mothers, they pick up the feminine nature. –Metal Fortress Never ask a female friend to hook you up with one of her friends. To a woman that’s pathetic. It implies that you are desperate, insecure and dependent. The key is not to ask for it, let her do it. --John Fate You must have something going for you. You must have at least one of the following: a solid hobby that challenges you physically and mentally, a musical talent that you enjoy, a good job, a good major in school that reflects your true life ambition, a super charismatic personality, etc. If you are nothing, you will attract nothing.

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Posted on Oct 25, 2011 at 10:49 PM

LMAO and that comment is exactly why I said welcome back HPD!


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Posted on Oct 25, 2011 at 06:57 AM

Quoting helena2006:

Actually HPD needs to get someone else to take an admiring picture of him because the angle he shoots himself at does not show a chest bigger than the waistline.  If he is as buff as he says, then let it all show LOL



My Dear Helena: I'm not as buff as I say. I actually have a beergut, and my chest is bird-sized(thinking about breast augmentation). My front shot shirtless pic is a foiled attempt at illusory aesthetics.

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Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 05:07 PM

Helena, Ha Ha Ha!


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Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 03:35 PM

Actually HPD needs to get someone else to take an admiring picture of him because the angle he shoots himself at does not show a chest bigger than the waistline.  If he is as buff as he says, then let it all show LOL


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Posted on Oct 18, 2011 at 03:06 PM

I think its MEN that can be turned off by someone else's perfect abs, Some Woman might be, but it isnt the kind of Women that HPD wants to attract. But for me I love to see a man in a simple white shirt and good fitting jeans. I would like to save Admiring the six pack at a more intimate level myself....something to look foreward to. But HPD is very FIT. :)) And his shirtless picture is beautiful.

 

 

 

If any of us Women put a topless picture on here we would get thrown off, even if we had the greatest Breast ever! Lol!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I don't really work out but have done Yoga, I hurt my neck doing a shoulder stand,  I can still do the splits, and I go to a pool and move 3 times a week. I do admire people that take care of themselves it takes a lot of effort.  I also admire people that can make me laugh, and have a great conversation. and maybe are a little bit shy. A true Irish accent for me is the biggest turn on ever. "Different Strokes for Different Blokes"


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Posted on Oct 18, 2011 at 01:51 PM

Funny but I have not notice any women being turned off by the chest exposure.  As someone who also likewise spends time at the gym, a good 6-pack can be admired by all.


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Posted on Oct 17, 2011 at 11:11 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

And of course when we see "For Men Only" We have to look. I like the qoute's. More Please.



My lovely Litenbrite: Sorry I can't provide you any more quotes right now. I'm a guy, and you know how we need time to re-charge and all. ;)

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Posted on Oct 17, 2011 at 11:00 AM

Hey Searching: I couldn't CARE LESS if some of the women on this site are turned off by my shirtless photos. I've devoted the past 6 years to developing an exceptional physique, and in case you're unaware, it's not easy being buff. I've spent a lot of hours in the gym busting my ass, and I've foregone a lot of unhealthy foods, just to look the way I do. Yeah, that's right: I'm proud of my body--and I'll continue to display it, regardless of what women think. And, by the way, just my opinion, but if women don't like the image of a muscular guy (or girl), it's likely THEIR issue. Those "turned off" women are simply intimidated by my overt expression of masulinity.

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Posted on Oct 17, 2011 at 10:47 AM

Searching I laughed out loud at your advice to HPD but wondered just what prompted you to say that.


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Posted on Oct 16, 2011 at 02:23 PM

You seems to read a lot of stuff on this subject.Which is great.That how guys can learn this stuff.However,I hope you do not mind some friendly advice,maybe you should drop the one photo without the shirt.It may actually turn some women off.Even if you have a good physique.I surprise you never read that,with all the persons you qoute in your blog.Anyhow,good look.

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Posted on Oct 15, 2011 at 08:44 AM

litenbrite At least no one can say that I've ever let any woman dominate my state of mind.If I think they're in the wrong I'll tell them.HPD obviously didn't listen to your advice about needing to wear a white shirt not a blue one either.lol. There's a contradiction between Brian Canigla's ideas and Pook's.Usually if you check out a girl's measurements and tell her that you're admiring the view most of today's feminist indoctrinated women won't view that as respect. If a girl's father still calls her his princess when she's old enough to be dating there might be (a lot) more going on there than her just believing him.lol. If a friend knows a good looking girl,who ticks all the boxes,then you'd ask the friend to fix you up and if it's a real friend,the friend wouldn't tell the girl,who you're interested in,that you asked the friend to do the fixing anyway.However if the girl in question is 'the one' then she wouldn't view a bloke as 'desperate' and 'dependent' whatever methods he used to pull her.If she's the right type of girl,she'd see it as something positive,that a bloke thinks that she's worth all the effort,of taking the risk,of being thought of as desperate,because she's worth it,and she'll understand.If not she's not 'the one' anyway. The issue of wether a bloke needs to have the 'good major in school','the good job',etc etc all depends on the type of woman that you're looking for.An ordinary,non feminist indoctrinated girl,who's aim in life is to just be an ordinary young wife and mother,should need none of those things.The question is would Dianna Spencer have been happier with an ordinary bloke than with her Royal Prince.If a girl is that shallow,and all of those criterea are more important to her than just love,what's the point.As Di found out the hard way. Rico's advice seems like a case of stating the obvious.

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Posted on Oct 15, 2011 at 01:49 AM

And of course when we see "For Men Only" We have to look. I like the qoute's. More Please.


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