Things about the opposite sex that turn you off

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  1. TBC_titan

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    Forum members who try to use ad nauseum comebacks only to fail miserably.
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  2. Childress79

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    That's a little different dude.

    Battered Wife Syndrome is now a recognised form of mental illness.Some poeple have low esteem and think they are to blame for being beaten.What might seem like a no brainer to walk away from for most of us is a damaging cycle of despair for some. The law doesn't allow those people help intervention because they have to ask for help and press charges in order to escape.

    For Rhianna to still be with Brown in spite of his abuse being in the public spotlight is a sign that she's not seeing what everyone else is.
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  3. TBC_titan

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    It doesn't matter. Because you would know that once the public found out that Rhianna went back to Chris, they more or less lost what sympathy they had for her.

    I have ADHD. It is a medically classified disorder, but don't think for one second that I could use that as an excuse to act how I want to at work.

    I'm sorry but I don't expect any sympathy from others concerning my issue, because even though it's a disorder, I have a strong enough mind to overcome it. That said, I don't owe any battered woman (ones that go back) any sympathy. You can't sit there and tell me that they have no realization that getting beaten is wrong...especially if they've watched any TV, read any books or have had any sort of education to know better.
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  4. TitanTom0987

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    I think if a girl has a bad laugh, it's game over. There's this girl I work with, pretty good looking, laughs like Elmer Fudd. So annoying.
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  5. tennygrl619

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    I'm sorry, so i must have misunderstood Alex's lower back tattoo= slut'o'rama. Because to me that shows that he thinks all girls with a lower back tattoo are sluts. Hence the offense. But, I'm done arguing this point. People have their opinions, no matter how stereotypical or narrow-minded. My apologies to all.
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  6. tennygrl619

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    I know exactly how they are viewed, which would be why only a few select people have seen it in person. Believe me, when I first got it, it was my boss who pointed out that I had gone out and gotten a "bull's eye" tattoo. How nice!
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  7. onetontitan

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    I like girls with tattoos. The last girl I dated was 21, had 9, and was for lack of a better word, perfect. She wasn't a slut. She didn't get stupid tattoos. She was the one that got away.
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  8. GMITTS

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    if a tattoo has meaning to you, who cares what other people think. and who cares what or where it is.
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  9. GMITTS

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    my wife has one on her ankle and is planning on getting another somewhere. tattoos that are done right, that have meaning are beautiful
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  10. JCBRAVE

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    That was great!:yes: I myself see the lower back tattoo all over where I live, and its like a target to get guys interested in you. I don't think it screams 'slut' but it certainly gets a girl more attention.
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