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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 2:22pm
Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

I don't wanna like him, I just can't help it <span style="line-height: 1.4;">
 </span>not gonna say it's written in stone but the moment you said no, he's never forgotten that. never will. 

that cat and mouse? get used to that. very used to that. regret, get used to that too. it's a very fickle hot and cold run. 

you're drawn to him because it's a good look: strong, caring, nurturing, provider instinct. it appeals to what they project-- a sense of home and belonging, comfort and protection.  great qualities in a partner if that's what you're after.

the reality of the situation is that it will take lots of patience, understanding and possibly tongue biting to get to that end product.  


girlllllllllllllllllll

I already know!! my brother is a cancer, the two of them act just alike

childish, moody, naggy, bipolar, mean as heck

I know he hasn't forgotten, and he never will I know that's why he's acting weird

but I'm almost 100 he still has feelings for me... by the way he acts

I bet if we ever get together he would probably bring it up everyday....meh

" you know you rejected me 15 billion years ago"

but he deserved to get rejected back then
he was very rude to me always in my face, bothering me, and throwing pencils and paper.. granted we were 11 but still...I was shocked when his friend told me he liked me and was too shy to ask

but it all makes sense now that I know he's a cancer



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 6:00pm
Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

what's wrong with mixer?
don't do it. <span style="line-height: 1.4;">not just this one, any of them. </span>

if you're interested in a cancer, let him make a first definite move. 

anything up until that is him being a good friend and caring about you. cancers love to care about people, places, things -- doesn't mean it's romantic. 

when it is, they won't hesitate to point blankly state so. 
I hate this kind of advice. If you think he's worth it, make the first move. Women can make the first move too. There's no law against it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 6:35pm
Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

what's wrong with mixer?
don't do it. <span style="line-height: 1.4;">not just this one, any of them. </span>

if you're interested in a cancer, let him make a first definite move. 

anything up until that is him being a good friend and caring about you. cancers love to care about people, places, things -- doesn't mean it's romantic. 

when it is, they won't hesitate to point blankly state so. 
I hate this kind of advice. If you think he's worth it, make the first move. Women can make the first move too. There's no law against it.
 
yea...but check this out
 
"The Virgo female is a highly developed woman of many feminine qualities. Being shy by nature a Virgo female will most likely not make the first move but she will leave you many clues. She is extremely sensitive and finds it very hard to deal with emotions. Being the shy type the signs they show are subtle but noticeable if you are looking. First Virgo women are extremely picky and know what they are looking for so if she likes you and shows it with her small gestures then that should be enough. But detail is what you want and the signs that I have noticed in Virgo women is in their eyes and their body language."
 
 
No wonder virgos and cancers have so many issues, nobody wants to go first
 
ahahahahahah what a mess
 
there was another cancer that tried to talk to me at my last job, dude would throw mad hints, and so would I but he would never make the move and neither did I
 
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he was so fine I used to stare at him...he would stare at me too
then we would both quickly look away
 
awkward as hale
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 6:42pm
any of yall ever made a first move on a guy?
if so what did you do and how did it go
 
I always thought that made a woman look mad thirsty
 
my friends used to do that and they always ended up getting called all kind of o's by the guys they went after...I would just stand back and watch them...smh
 
 
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Hahaha. Another bit of advice, a lot of us guys suck at telling if a woman is interested in us. For women, what could be the equivalent of having neon signs showing their interest in us could end up being completely unnoticed hints to us guys. There's been one time where this happened to me and was clueless to what was going on until she just flat out told me.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 6:58pm
Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

Hahaha. Another bit of advice, a lot of us guys suck at telling if a woman is interested in us. For women, what could be the equivalent of having neon signs showing their interest in us could end up being completely unnoticed hints to us guys. There's been one time where this happened to me and was clueless to what was going on until she just flat out told me.
 
Geekumm hmm...what did you do once she told you?
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 7:02pm
Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

Hahaha. Another bit of advice, a lot of us guys suck at telling if a woman is interested in us. For women, what could be the equivalent of having neon signs showing their interest in us could end up being completely unnoticed hints to us guys. There's been one time where this happened to me and was clueless to what was going on until she just flat out told me.

 
Geekumm hmm...what did you do once she told you?
 
 
I went . Then I saw her a few more times and apparently she moved to Miami.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 03 2013 at 7:04pm
Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

 I hate this kind of advice. If you think he's worth it, make the first move. Women can make the first move too. There's no law against it.
*shrug* truth hurts. 

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

 any of yall ever made a first move on a guy?
if so what did you do and how did it go
yes. it went well..... wait for it...... except with the cancer. 

my bff feels the exact same way. it's never been a rule of mine. 

i want something/someone, i will express as such. however, i will not be all on your jock.  we should all be able to communicate plainly as adults.  


eta: this was an impossibility for him. he couldn't take/give direct communication.

thus has been the pattern with all of the cancer men that have been in my life. 


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Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

Originally posted by Mixer Mixer wrote:

Hahaha. Another bit of advice, a lot of us guys suck at telling if a woman is interested in us. For women, what could be the equivalent of having neon signs showing their interest in us could end up being completely unnoticed hints to us guys. There's been one time where this happened to me and was clueless to what was going on until she just flat out told me.

 
Geekumm hmm...what did you do once she told you?
 
 
I went . Then I saw her a few more times and apparently she moved to Miami.
 
oh dear
 
what did you doOuch
 
did you get all bipolar on her?? or confuse her?
 
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