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View Poll Results: How quickly did the chemistry come in your long term relationship?
Pretty much right away 34 70.83%
Had to work at it abit about one month 4 8.33%
had to work at it quite abit two-three months 1 2.08%
Had to work at it alot four months or more 1 2.08%
I'm still waiting 8 16.67%
Voters: 48. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 02-04-2010, 09:44 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Consider me officially smitten.
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I'll check and see if you are or not after the time limit for editing is up.
OK, time is up - it looks like you're officially smitten.

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Yes, but what if, perish the thought, you go for me in the same big way? I'm no stranger to appreciation by the fairer, sweeter, more delectable sex. I can't however claim the same hordes of admirers that you have. I don't have much to offer you in the way of a support group. You would be on your own! Would you risk it?
Condering my advanced age, I'd probably forget till the next day and it wouldn't be too troublesome!

Besides, Mr. Humble sounds almost like a manlet.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:08 PM
 
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OK, time is up - it looks like you're officially smitten.



Condering my advanced age, I'd probably forget till the next day and it wouldn't be too troublesome!

Besides, Mr. Humble sounds almost like a manlet.

Sometimes, a spotty recollection is our best friend. Anyway, how old are you? You're not pushing 80 are you? Because that's where I draw the line, and I do stand firm on that, I think it's only fair I let you know this up front.

What in the he*ll is a manlet? I have to say it doesn't sound good. And I am, as I write this stiffening my upper lip in advance to your response. Be gentle.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:14 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Anyway, how old are you? You're not pushing 80 are you? Because that's where I draw the line, and I do stand firm on that, I think it's only fair I let you know this up front.
Shoot, had I known beforehand, I was gonna lie and not vote in the 80+ group! I knew there was a reason I don't usually vote in polls!

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What in the he*ll is a manlet? I have to say it doesn't sound good. And I am, as I write this stiffening my upper lip in advance to your response. Be gentle.
Where have you been in the past few days?! The forum has been taken hostage by manlets
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:20 PM
 
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Shoot, had I known beforehand, I was gonna lie and not vote in the 80+ group! I knew there was a reason I don't usually vote in polls!



Where have you been in the past few days?! The forum has been taken hostage by manlets
Let us not begin our journey on a lie. You remember what Willie Nelson, the great modern day philosopher said? No, ok I'll tell you. Willie said, "Lie to no one. If it's someone important you're gonna f*** it up with a lie. And if'n it's not, then who in the f*** are they you gotta lie to them?" In time, maybe I will fall in the first category, but for the time being I guess, I'm happy to be nobody you gotta lie to.

Oh, no, I've seen the word on here for the first time in the past couple of days, just didn't know what it was until your clue. Let's put it this way, I don't think I ever was, let alone at MY advanced age.

Let's meet for drinks later. Dutch treat, ok?
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:31 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Let's meet for drinks later. Dutch treat, ok?
Sierra is not Dutch. Works out, though - no regrets for not lying.

The “manlet” thing – almost nobody had heard about it before, of course.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:39 PM
 
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Sierra is not Dutch. Works out, though - no regrets for not lying.

The “manlet” thing – almost nobody had heard about it before, of course.
Whatever your nationality, I am sure that you are a treat; a guilty pleasure? I never had much use for guilt either. Though, I would already consider you a pleasure.

Oh, "manlet", that's an original City Data term? Are you the coiner?
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:43 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Whatever your nationality, I am sure that you are a treat; a guilty pleasure? I never had much use for guilt either. Though, I would already consider you a pleasure.
I'm certainly not a treat after Dutch treats!

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Oh, "manlet", that's an original City Data term? Are you the coiner?
Oh, no, I'm not THAT creative! It was introduced to us by Sr. Beta Manlet.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:52 PM
 
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I'm certainly not a treat after Dutch treats!



Oh, no, I'm not THAT creative! It was introduced to us by Sr. Beta Manlet.
Not a treat after Dutch treats, that's pretty funny Sierra. I hope you know I was joking, not about the drinks but about the check. You'd have to wrestle it out of my grasp, which might be fun, now that I think of it... How are you at grappling, by the way? Free style, or collegiate rules? I like a good tussle, now and then.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Not a treat after Dutch treats, that's pretty funny Sierra. I hope you know I was joking, not about the drinks but about the check. You'd have to wrestle it out of my grasp, which might be fun, now that I think of it... How are you at grappling, by the way? Free style, or collegiate rules? I like a good tussle, now and then.
Sierra is not in the business of wrestling for checks, either. Sorry to disappoint ya after you already had a whole movie playing in your head.
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Old 02-05-2010, 01:17 PM
 
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Sierra is not in the business of wrestling for checks, either. Sorry to disappoint ya after you already had a whole movie playing in your head.

Hey, I never let fact get in the way of my imagination (read: fantasy). Movie, indeed. I have to say I am having a bit of difficulty in casting the female; the male, that's easy; it's between Cary Grant and George Clooney. We'll have to check their availability. Though I do think Grant may have prior commitments.

Who should we get to play the part of Sierra?

Let's 'think' about that....
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