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« Reply #15 on: March 30, 2011, 01:08:58 PM »

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« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2012, 07:03:26 PM »


You had me at: 
 

The last thing I want the guy to do is start talking to me.


  "**** me senseless", was priceless. 
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« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2012, 11:16:44 PM »


 Hey ladies,

      Does the conversation you like to have with your companion depend on the connection you are feeling?


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« Reply #18 on: February 09, 2012, 12:09:04 AM »

Not 'trying to contradict' Cole.  I'll argue till I'm blue in the face and you know it!

Yes, he is quite awesome for having had 6 wives.

Let's just draw a line under this one as we both know I am right.   /cheerleader

BTW you're certainly making up for lost time with all these avatar changes. 

Bel x

And I thought it was just a Rick Wakeman album.

So if a guy get married 7 times does that make him

a) a bigamist
b) poly-bigamist
c) poly-amourous
d) about to become a 7 times loser
e) unable to learn from his mistakes
f) regret that he is not a king and demand head from a queen; attached/ detached are the options. Such spontaneity in a girls life is sure to make her head spin (is this why you respect good King H. Bel?).  Let's face  it - the off with her head bit does give King H. a winning hand... In the neo-divorce stakes who is going to risk going into trillions of debt in alimony unless this option is available? Although I understand palimony is now a consideration as men become second class divorced citizens... Not sure if any of this makes any of that either good or better.

C'est la vie n'est pa?
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« Reply #19 on: February 09, 2012, 07:13:51 AM »

G) a legend in his own mind
H) The human, male version of the black widow
I) all of the above
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« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2012, 03:35:23 AM »

The answer is (I) all of the above.

And to take a stab at Cole's original question. (Keeping in mind that I haven't been on a date with a companion yet, but I have been conversing with several gentleman online.)

I adore a man who is articulate - especially in writing. A good sense of humour always winds huge points with me. And I don't mind being asked about controversial subjects providing it is done with a light touch.

When I eventually do book a date, I expect to be with the gentleman for at least 24 hrs - probably longer - so yes, it would help if he is a good conversationalist. On the other hand, I am very comfortable with silence, so I'd be happy to not talk as well - providing the companion could deal with that without it feeling awkward.

The only taboo topics for me would be: sport; reality TV; my eating habits. (I'm a vegetarian and don't expect to have to defend it to my dinner guest).

Books - fiction or non-fiction - would be a pleasant topic of discussion for me.  (If I'm not familiar with the book, he could tell me about it.) 

I enjoy learning about new things, so I'd be happy to listen to him talk about almost anything within reason. (Especially if he has a sexy accent. That would be non-Aussie!)  As long as he changed the subject if my eyes glazed over...
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