The very next day, I got a job interview for a fairly interesting position. The personnel woman emailed me the job description - and I realised from it that I would be in charge of exactly this guy. Not directly, but he does some contract work for this place, and I'd be responsible for him..
Future Econmics Major and I'd like someone chat with, someone who's empathetic, an intellectual to some regard yet can also find humor in the absur..
Lets say a husband, a wife, and a FREE paternity lab exist on a deserted island. The paternity lab is operated by sophisticated robots. There are no animals or other humans on the island. The woman becomes pregnant. Will the man want to get a paternity test at the FREE lab? No, because he knows he is the only possible father..
so freakin tight.
I almost wish that their follow up texts were also bad so that this decision was a lot easier..
BTW, I actually think guys are pretty good at knowing when to wrap up a texting convo. Weirdly they can kinda hear it in the tone of the texts. If the girl is trying to wrap it up, they seem to know. So i'm sure you can feel it out. Good luck.
Regardless, a conversation about it wouldn't be a bad idea particularly if you do get on well and are moving towards possibly being exclusive. Better to be straight up about things then let them fester too long..
But English is my second language and not his. I don't even understand it, maybe he mixed his words up..
I think that's just stupid. If I don't want a guy kissing me, you better believe I wouldn't put myself in a position where he would think that was the appropriate thing to do. If he's really drunk and/or incredibly stupid and just goes for anyways, I most definitely would not let some guy violate me like that to avoid making a scene - he already made a scene by forcing himself on me. P.S., getting a guy to back off doesn't need to "create a scene" if you're not a drama queen or an attention whore..
F the game..