perfectly beautiful ... great eyes, face and rack
A couple days back I posted my own.....dimensions...in the sex and reproduction forum, and people made this huge deal out of it. It didn't really occur to me that I was on the larger end of the spectrum until then. I guess staring at the bastard for your whole life would only make it appear normal to you.
I certainly don't wish him any trouble, and neither of us are in any precarious danger of acting out sexually. I'm just sad because I don't want to lose his friendship. Many of you may feel that there is always a danger and therefore men and women should not be friends if one or both is married.
We saw each other sporadically over the next few months and had not been fully physical. I’ve always listened to the advice of “If he’s not doing x/y/z, he’s just not that into you.” I thought this guy was no different. He’s only really pursued me in the very beginning. I thought that his being busy was just an excuse (as it usually is with most guys). I thought that he just wasn’t interested but would not admit it. He’s a physician in his last year of fellowship and as it turns out, he really is a busy guy. Sometimes working two weeks straight, lots of research, presentations, meetings, etc.
That said, I selected one of them and did have a very nice time with her. I just think that these places need to be very clear up front that they are an agency and that you will not be meeting the girl in the ad. Definitely a bit of deceptive bait and switch going on here.
nice pose and facial expression on #2...quite appealing.
Anyway, back to your social anxiety. I had really bad social anxiety during my teenage and early college years. In middle school, people called me "mute" because I was never spoke. I was at the point where I was even too anxious to ask to go to the bathroom. I would start feeling like I was going to faint when I spoke to people. Oh gosh, let's not even talk about speaking in front of a group of people. There were days in college were I could get by with not speaking to anyone, which was pretty easy for me since I didn't have a roommate. But now I have a "happy ending" because I was able to ask 2 of my boyfriends out in person and in medical school I have to speak to tons of strangers every day and I'm perfectly fine with it! No more anxiety! You, too, can become comfortable enough to do these sort of things.
Then the fun begins!
I honestly think for a first date, drinks at a quiet, dimly lit, romantic bar/restaurant will be PERFECT! (reserve a semi-private table or booth)
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Young at heart, spontaneous, energetic, love the country life. Looking for the same, for friendship ,dating and preferably a long term relationship. seeking a man with a great sense of humor non.
we need some more of this girl !!