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Old 07-21-2013, 08:57 PM
 
Location: Pa
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I think some are dead on. What do you guys think?

http://blog.californiapsychics.com/b...about-you.html

Last edited by Raena77; 07-21-2013 at 09:10 PM..
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:09 PM
 
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Those are good. Only a couple or three I disagree with.
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:11 PM
 
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the article is good but why bother when you can just call one of the many psychics advertised on that page and find out for sure, clues or not!
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:12 PM
 
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the article is good but why bother when you can just call one of the many psychics advertised on that page and find out for sure, clues or not!
lol!
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:14 PM
 
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lol!
i particularly liked the juxtaposition of the slightly batty looking psychic and the hunky hunky piece of man. although as these sorts of articles go it sounded pretty accurate (or at least, that's the sort of stuff i do when i like a gal, i guess)



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Old 07-21-2013, 09:18 PM
 
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the article is good but why bother when you can just call one of the many psychics advertised on that page and find out for sure, clues or not!
Nope just read the articles. Lol
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:23 PM
 
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I think some are dead on. What do you guys think?

He's Crazy About You - California Psychics Blog

I guess I'll be the first to go one by one....

1. yes, as long as it's appropriate(he's not going to wear a tux to a football game)

2. I only disagree with "And when he takes you home, he doesn’t try to push you into spending the night." that actually sounds like a huge sign of DISinterest

3. this isn't exclusive to really liking a girl, for people with decent social skills this is more or less standard procedure with everyone

4. makes sense, still wondering why the writer thinks that guys who like you won't want to sleep with you

5. definitely

6. your mileage may vary

7. if you're already dating, why is he looking at you from afar like you're his high school crush?

8. makes sense

9. unless you're dating a guy with a life who could be legitimately busy, I wouldn't make a habit of bothering him while he's with his friends either

10. unless your sickness is contagious or he can't do anything or he has other obligations

11. what if he cannot stand your friends/family? what if your friends/family can't stand him?

12. don't try to change him, not even into a better person, at best you should nudge him but don't adamantly try to change him its a bad idea

13. this(making future plans with you) could be a red flag if it's early in the relationship, but otherwise its fine

14. makes sense.

15. definitely

EDIT: just noticed the psychics

you should totally trust them and give them your money, they're not scam artists or anything, ever.
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:26 PM
 
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I think some are dead on. What do you guys think?

He's Crazy About You - California Psychics Blog
I agree. My husband did most of those when we were dating and is still that way today. He's cooled down to some degree, since you can't maintain that intensity indefinitely.
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:31 PM
 
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That psychic looks like she has no idea where she is, and she looks drunk.
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:31 PM
 
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I guess I'll be the first to go one by one....

1. yes, as long as it's appropriate(he's not going to wear a tux to a football game)

2. I only disagree with "And when he takes you home, he doesn’t try to push you into spending the night." that actually sounds like a huge sign of DISinterest

3. this isn't exclusive to really liking a girl, for people with decent social skills this is more or less standard procedure with everyone

4. makes sense, still wondering why the writer thinks that guys who like you won't want to sleep with you

5. definitely

6. your mileage may vary

7. if you're already dating, why is he looking at you from afar like you're his high school crush?

8. makes sense

9. unless you're dating a guy with a life who could be legitimately busy, I wouldn't make a habit of bothering him while he's with his friends either

10. unless your sickness is contagious or he can't do anything or he has other obligations

11. what if he cannot stand your friends/family? what if your friends/family can't stand him?

12. don't try to change him, not even into a better person, at best you should nudge him but don't adamantly try to change him its a bad idea

13. this(making future plans with you) could be a red flag if it's early in the relationship, but otherwise its fine

14. makes sense.

15. definitely

EDIT: just noticed the psychics

you should totally trust them and give them your money, they're not scam artists or anything, ever.

Thank you for reading.

And no I don't call the psychics wise guy.
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