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    • caseyb9

      Trjgul, yes i agree that was an annoying encounter but to talk in your self satisfying way and claim people feel ‘entitled’ as is the big word lately… men feel ‘entitled’ to women, and to dehumanize him further by claiming ‘they don’t see the woman as a person’ is so overreaching and simply delusional, it would be laughable to read except it’s becoming so common. girls tell each other that… repeat enough and people believe it, and if you unknowingly repeat a lie it’s hard to call you a liar but seriously, you can do better.
      communication takes time to learn. yours and his both probably needed/need to grow.

    • caseyb9

      i want to suggest some books.
      david deida - the way of the superior man (weird name, great book)
      mystery method - mystery
      i suggest you study some evolutionary psychology
      and stuff (i know this sounds crazy) from the pickup community (PUA)
      which is mostly, if not all, based on evolutionary psychology.
      you can find torrents of audio. gigs and gigs. do it.
      this isn’t info on how to ‘pick up’ girls but more how to be a better person, man, and to understand women’s base motives. it will shed light on so much.
      also:
      matak chia ‘the multi-orasmic man’

    • caseyb9

      that’s off if you think about it… cuz either way paying the bill is not paying for sex so it really doesn’t matter. you’re still unconsciously correlating paying, with expectation of sex.  i’m a guy and i don’t pay for their stuff on casual dates, especially first dates as it’s just them and i doing something fun. if i ask them specifically, “hey there’s this great place down on SE 5th street and i want to take you there” then i’d assume to be paying because i’ve decided to initiate something that incurs a charge that she wouldn’t have done otherwise. if she called me and said something similar i’d assume at the very least she wasn’t expecting me to pay her way.
      dinner dates are BORING btw… classic ‘dates’ are lame.
      go do something fun.

    • caseyb9

      some of this is totally accurate and some of it is late… myspace sprung up into the public eye in 2005 exactly… leaving friendster behind. Those bracelets were accurate too.
      the main thing it left out was that 2005-08 was the peak of the krunk era-of white kids wanting to be “Thuggs”. school dances had intense amounts of Ying Yang twins, Lil Jon (“YEAH!”) David Banner, pitbull, Mike Jones, etc… and some liter stuff like black eyed peas. but dirty hip hop was at it’s peak. as in “Get Low”? agree?