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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Dating- Playing Hard to Get
« on: August 02, 2005, 12:03:41 AM »
Why don't you try calling her?

try calling her even if she said she would call me?  Is that being too pushy?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Southwestern is a great school
« on: August 01, 2005, 11:58:38 PM »
Meloman15, your proposal might have worked a week ago, but not anymore.  I am in too deep.  I need apologies for ignorance.

hmm I think I understand what you're saying here, who do you need an apology from?

Southwester 2L and 3L. 

Actually those are my alias.  I guess I need to apologize to myself.

I am sorry.  I was bored and decided to make this thread. 


HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA~!

Oh 4L and 5L are myself too.

hahah.....ok if SOUTHWESTER2L and SOUTHERWESTER3L are reading this, for whatever you may or may not have done, could you please say sorry to this individual here, accept that arguing has persisted for a while, and move on as we all agree to this BOTTOM LINE?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Southwestern is a great school
« on: August 01, 2005, 11:54:13 PM »
Meloman15, your proposal might have worked a week ago, but not anymore.  I am in too deep.  I need apologies for ignorance.

hmm I think I understand what you're saying here, who do you need an apology from?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Southwestern is a great school
« on: August 01, 2005, 11:44:33 PM »
Can't we all come to an agreement here about Southwestern?  Bottom line: depending on your situation, it may or may not be the right choice for you.  However, it is reasonable and fair to say that with hard work and dedication, you can do some good things with a law degree from Southwestern.  Why is this still being debated?  Can't we all agree on this?

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Dating- Playing Hard to Get
« on: August 01, 2005, 09:25:40 PM »


hmmm very interesting...if I'm understanding this correctly, it sounds like you and quite possibly many other women can be perfectly interested in dating an individual, but you will not jump into the dating process too soon because you don't want to ruin any potential future dates by appearing too eager in the beginning?

Well, kinda.  It's more along the lines that a girl wants to be "won".  If she feels that, by playing hard to get, or by any other means, the guy is having to  put up some effort to win her, that is very appealing.  This is why I have always said that the most important thing a guy can do to get a girl is just to make sure she sees him putting a VISIBLE effort into dating her.  Visible is key, too many guys forget this.  Yes, you may have been thinking about no one else buy her all day, but unless you send her a quick sweet e-mail or note telling her so, she won't be aware.  Little things like that (sending notes, giving her a single flower for no reason, cooking her dinner sometime, remembering to tell her she looks great) are essential.

good advice.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Dating- Playing Hard to Get
« on: August 01, 2005, 09:24:53 PM »
I am single for the first time in 3 1/2 years, and here's the route I'm gonna try (tell me whether or not you think it'll work...)

I'm gonna play the "I'm out busy living my life" game. Sometimes a guy might call me and I won't answer my phone. Because I'm at work and I left my phone at home, or I'm at gym, or I'm hanging out with my mom or my friend, or ya know, just DOIN' stuff. I'll call back when I have a moment and it's not an unreasonbly late hour. If I meet a guy and we have a great time and he says he'll call me and he doesn't, I won't really stress out that much because I'll be busy out doing other worthwhile stuff. If said guy DOES call me, I'll pick up my phone if I'm not busy and be pleased to hear from him...

Etc... you get the idea....

hmm seems a bit risky to me, but could work.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Dating- Playing Hard to Get
« on: August 01, 2005, 07:15:45 PM »
How bout a lady's perspective on this one? :-*

I hate game-playing, but most people do it, so it's somewhat inevitable.  I will say that the quality relationships I have had did not seem to follow the normal pattern of game playing.  

Games I play:  

-If a guy calls me to ask me out for the same day, I say that I already have plans that night but would be happy to go out with him some other night that week.  Don't want to appear too available.

-If a guy has waited 3 or more days to call me, and I don't answer the phone when he calls, I won't call him back till the next day.

-The language differences between saying I want to: "hang out" "meet up" or "go out"

-The hook-up schedule.  I have very specific time frame of #of date and what activities I will do corresponding to that. ;D



hmmm very interesting...if I'm understanding this correctly, it sounds like you and quite possibly many other women can be perfectly interested in dating an individual, but you will not jump into the dating process too soon because you don't want to ruin any potential future dates by appearing too eager in the beginning?

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I think most of us have heard the phrase 'playing hard to get' in the <a href='http://consumeralertsystem.com/cas/zx-hclick.php?hid=22' target='_blank'>dating[/url] scene.  Does anyone here actually think this is an effective, useful, logical, normal approach?  In other words, when you first meet/talk to someone of potential interest, is playing hard to get a good idea in the long run?

Effective? Depends what effect you want.

Useful? Ditto





Mainly the effect is to potentially start dating this person sometime in the near future.  Do women play hard to get a lot so this prospect has a better chance to work out?

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Dating- Playing Hard to Get
« on: August 01, 2005, 06:41:57 PM »

Don't rush into things that are worthwhile. 

that's a very good quote. 

Also, for example, let's say you've met a person of interest once and you two have talked a good amount of times before that...and you ask this person to go out to a movie or to hang out and what not and they express interest and say 'yes', but when it comes down to it, the date is put off by this person for whatever reason.  Is this classic play hard to get and this person is hoping that being a challenge will make the relationship stronger in the long run?  Or is it basicially fun and games?

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I've been studying like mad since the start of the summer, and  I think I am finally starting to burn out.  Doing TM hw and doing preptests 7 days a week is pretty much frying my brain.
I know it's crunch time right now because there's only two months left, but I'm slowly losing motivation to study.  RC never stops kicking my ass, and I have both good and bad days when it comes to LG and LR.

Is anyone else getting sick of LSAT by now??  What do you guys do to stay motivated??

Sounds like a normal response to me...sounds like you also were very motivated in the start of the summer and you now simply are getting tired of the routine.  My advice, take a break, do what you did to get motivated the first time around, and do what you think you want to do.

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