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February 22 2011 10:41 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
I don't know why anyone would be weirded out about someone NOT drinking? I would feel kind of bad that I suggested going for drinks if you didn't drink but I wouldn't a) leave early or b) deny a second date if I was into you. That's ridiculous.
Metal til Im sixty
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February 22 2011 11:14 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Let it also be said that I'm not disappointed at this point that I'm not dating any of these women because obviously we weren't going to be very compatible, I was just curious if this was a larger trend or a strange string of coincidences. From what I gather from here, and what I was leaning to myself, this is just an odd string of coincidences.

Also, this has nothing to do with my confidence and/or creativity as I've come up with some pretty fun things to do that have been hits with several of the girls I have actually taken out recently, this was specifically about an unusually large percentage of the women being weirded out by me not drinking, not my entire dating career.
asking_for_it
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February 22 2011 12:31 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
join a gym if you don't belong to one already. every single day i'm there there's a bunch of beautiful women on the go-go-go who are all about health and try to pretend like they're not there trying to find guys to talk to but the entire time they're on the treadmills they're scoping out dudes. see it all the time and (though i'm not single) seems like a real easy opportunity to pick up girls. also considering none of them probably drink too much/at all due to calorie consumption.
baconanddrugs
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February 22 2011 12:34 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: asking_for_it

join a gym if you don't belong to one already. every single day i'm there there's a bunch of beautiful women on the go-go-go who are all about health and try to pretend like they're not there trying to find guys to talk to but the entire time they're on the treadmills they're scoping out dudes. see it all the time and (though i'm not single) seems like a real easy opportunity to pick up girls. also considering none of them probably drink too much/at all due to calorie consumption.



Probably your best bet, really any sort of specific interest gathering places would be good. At least you'd have some common ground for breaking the ice right off the bat.
brian.
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February 22 2011 12:37 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
viva hate
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February 22 2011 12:38 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Even jesus christ turned the water into wine, man.

Sorry, bad ALL joke.
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February 22 2011 12:38 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: asking_for_it

join a gym if you don't belong to one already. every single day i'm there there's a bunch of beautiful women on the go-go-go who are all about health and try to pretend like they're not there trying to find guys to talk to but the entire time they're on the treadmills they're scoping out dudes. see it all the time and (though i'm not single) seems like a real easy opportunity to pick up girls. also considering none of them probably drink too much/at all due to calorie consumption.



That's where I met my wife.
DennisQ
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February 24 2011 12:12 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Just had this happen to me last night. I've been super attracted to this girl from work, and I told her, and the first thing she tells me is that our "lifestyles are different" and that she likes to drink and I don't, and thats why things couldnt work out between us. I mean really?
brenoritvrezorkre
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February 24 2011 12:13 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
did you call her out on her bullshit?
DennisQ
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February 24 2011 12:36 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Theres a ton of other shit going on with this situation that would require a large explanation, but yes I absolutely said that was horse shit.
hanszimmer
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February 24 2011 1:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
fuckin' bitches don't know what they're missing.
GoodSamaritan
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March 4 2011 10:01 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I've been faced with almost dating a dude who drank every night and smoked lots of weed. He's awesome, but it was super uncomfortable. My boyfriend now is clear of everything, and it really is a lot easier to deal with.

Originally posted by: Metal til Im sixty

Let it also be said that I'm not disappointed at this point that I'm not dating any of these women because obviously we weren't going to be very compatible, I was just curious if this was a larger trend or a strange string of coincidences. From what I gather from here, and what I was leaning to myself, this is just an odd string of coincidences.

Also, this has nothing to do with my confidence and/or creativity as I've come up with some pretty fun things to do that have been hits with several of the girls I have actually taken out recently, this was specifically about an unusually large percentage of the women being weirded out by me not drinking, not my entire dating career.



lots of dudes think it's weird that I don't drink and get really uncomfortable even though I have no problem with what they do. Dating someone who doesn't is just a lot easier.
amandaaa
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March 4 2011 10:11 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I personally think it's fine if a dude doesn't drink. I'm not going to stop myself from having some drinks though. I wouldn't judge anyone that doesn't drink though, or think that they're judging me.

My boyfriend doesn't drink at all, yet I still have beers if were at a restaurant, we still go to bars (trivia and beer is one of my favorite things) he doesn't mind it. Only thing that bothers him is if it's too smokey in a bar he gets sick.
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