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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #210 on: May 30, 2006, 01:38:57 AM »
-can't hate new york (cause i love it and would like to raise my family there)
-can't hate california (cause i'd like to raise my family there)
-can't be shorter than 5'2
-isn't a radical, extremist, or fundamentalist sort of anything

So Holly are you saying you want to raise your family in NY orCA? You don't want to live on both coasts simultaneously do you?


Ideally I'd like to live in NY until my kids start elementary school, but then raise them in california, then move back to NY if at all possible. I'm all for being as bi-coastal as humanly possible

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #211 on: May 30, 2006, 08:29:07 AM »
bad breath  ;), anti-choice, pro-war, materialistic.

w00t!

Also, this is why I <3 NYU boys.

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #212 on: June 04, 2006, 08:22:39 AM »
w00t!

Also, this is why I <3 NYU boys.

>:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

on the other hand, glad to see you finally have a self-tar up. 

:D  I wish it were me. :'(

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #213 on: June 04, 2006, 08:26:19 AM »
eh, i'll always think of you as terra.  :)

i think you may have kept the same tar for longer than just about anybody. 

Very possible. :)

Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #214 on: June 04, 2006, 02:02:21 PM »

i had dis one girlfriend who kep' on gettin fukin preggers.



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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #215 on: June 04, 2006, 11:20:29 PM »
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #216 on: June 04, 2006, 11:31:49 PM »
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI.  We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out.  But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious.  I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #217 on: June 05, 2006, 06:00:11 AM »
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI.  We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out.  But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious.  I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.

what if they dont love and/or worship the Simpsons?

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Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #218 on: June 05, 2006, 06:45:18 AM »
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI.  We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out.  But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious.  I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI.  We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out.  But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious.  I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.

Until you have kids with them, and all of a sudden they decide it's important that the kids be indoctinated as well, because he wants to see them in heaven.
Religion is a deal-breaker for a lot of people (including myself) for a reason.

Re: What are your relationship deal-breakers?
« Reply #219 on: June 05, 2006, 07:35:23 AM »
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI. We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out. But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious. I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.
Back to the subject at hand, going to Israel has guilted me into not necessarily limiting myself to the tribe (I mean, I'll be in Cville next year, can't really do that), but I don't think I'll be messing around with any devout Christians again.

My first kiss/date was with a home schooled devout Anglican from a family of ten kids who ended up going to VMI. We disagreed over that whole woman admitted into the Citadel issue and, basically, it just wasn't gonna work out. But, even as an agnostic existentialist/atheist, I've had some good friendships with people who were quite religious. I can't imagine it being a deal breaker for me, although I can see my lack of religion being a dealbreaker for someone else.

Until you have kids with them, and all of a sudden they decide it's important that the kids be indoctinated as well, because he wants to see them in heaven.
Religion is a deal-breaker for a lot of people (including myself) for a reason.

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