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geekette_in_training
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Icon 1 posted April 17, 2006 14:04      Profile for geekette_in_training   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hi, I'm new to the website, thought I'd say hello. I'm a 30 yr old geeky female looking for a geeky guy to call my own.

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Icon 1 posted April 17, 2006 14:21      Profile for Rhonwyyn   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Steen's 38. Where's that teacher from Tennessee?

Be careful with the "in training" part. Zorro might take that as a command.

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Icon 1 posted April 17, 2006 14:30      Profile for dragonman97   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Rhonwyyn: What are you, Yenta?

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
Rhonwyyn: What are you, Yenta?

I thought that was Red's job. [Wink]
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Well I'm a "young" not-so-geeky-girl looking for a geeky (or not-so-geeky) anything !
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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
Rhonwyyn: What are you, Yenta?

"Hodel, oh Hodel, have I made a match for you..."

St. Louis is quite a drive from Tennessee, so that might not work out too well.

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Rhonwyyn wrote:
Steen's 38.

And rather pathetically nuts about someone already. I feel sorry for any woman that decides she wants to try and pursue me.

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Icon 1 posted April 17, 2006 17:42      Profile for Rhonwyyn   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
Rhonwyyn wrote:
Steen's 38.

And rather pathetically nuts about someone already. I feel sorry for any woman that decides she wants to try and pursue me.

I wasn't recommending you. Just stating your age. [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Thorned0Fortress:
Well I'm a "young" not-so-geeky-girl looking for a geeky (or not-so-geeky) anything !

How "young".
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quote:
Originally posted by Rhonwyyn:
Steen's 38. Where's that teacher from Tennessee?

Be careful with the "in training" part. Zorro might take that as a command.

but my methods are so effective, oh well it's too far for me anyway [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Thorned0Fortress:
Well I'm a "young" not-so-geeky-girl looking for a geeky (or not-so-geeky) anything !

Don't you just love double negation [Wink]

2 "not-so-geekys" negate each other, so in essence you want a geek [Applause]

Sorry I couldn't help you more the other day.

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quote:
Originally posted by Lenin:
quote:
Originally posted by Thorned0Fortress:
Well I'm a "young" not-so-geeky-girl looking for a geeky (or not-so-geeky) anything !

How "young".
I know, I know!!! But I'm not telling. If she wanted to tell every one she can do it. I just thought I would say I knew first [Razz]

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quote:
Originally posted by Lenin:
quote:
Originally posted by Thorned0Fortress:
Well I'm a "young" not-so-geeky-girl looking for a geeky (or not-so-geeky) anything !

How "young".
Not too bad, I don't think.
It says that you are in the navy on your profile...
I can't decide on that or Coast Guard. Have you ever heard of Sea Cadets?....
You should PM me sometime.

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I am looking for a tall geek guy. What's with this tall and short attraction? I am not tall at all.

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No clue. I want a girl the same height as me, so we can see each other face to face. (I did have a rather cute co-worker who was touch taller than me I think, but engaged and definitely not geeky).

I'm just over 5'9 at the moment, but before that I was nearly 5'11 so I've shrunk a good inch. Either that, or the laws of physics in South East England are not as constant as we previously suspectd. Probably something to do with random blue police box sightings.

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I prefer girls to a bit shorter as it makes snuggling their heads to my chest a lot easier. DA, the last girl who will ever snuggle her head to my chest, is indeed shorter than I -- much to her frustration. It definitly would not a deal breaker if she were the same height or taller, but it all works well the way it is.

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Which reminds me of that curious observation, albeit refuted by someone here at one stage (maybe Twink or neo) that it's always the woman who snuggles up to the man (chest/shoulders etc). As if only women need comfort and/or it's not manly to seek it from the woman, at least not in public.

It's strange what you grow up believing. My father prefers red wine, and my mother, white wine. So it got into my head somehow that that's actually a gender difference, and men are only supposed to drink red wine. (And I much prefer white) Why did I turn that into a gender issue of what men and women each must do?

But then, there are masculine/feminine differences in society and I'd like a chance to sledgehammer them away.

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I'm 5'6" tall. There's just something about being held by a man who's taller than I am. It makes me feel cherished and protected, and gives me the feeling that here's a man I can look up to--both figuratively and literally. It's fun, though, to turn the tables and hold Bear when we're sitting on the couch (basically the only time we're even somewhat on the same level). It brings out the nurturing and protective side of me, especially if he's had a rough week and just needs to relax and feel loved.

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It's been my experience that all women are the same height on their backs. [evil]
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I can see your points. When I hold Tiger Bunny (he is my neatherland dwarf rabit - he weigh 1.5 lbs)in my arms and cuddle him he becomes docile and spoiled and he loves it. I feel good being his protector and caregiver. But when I put him on he floor with Lily Bunny (my minature lops rabbit - she weighs 3 lbs). He becomes less docile and more commanding when dealing with her. He likes his bunnies bigger than he is and she knows it. Did I lose you? :-) I am 5'2" tall.

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uill: I think you're a tad focused the wrong way on it. There's nothing that says a guy can't find some comfort in the same embrace...but it might be a tad different if he places his head in her breasts than if she is to place her head in his breasts. [Razz] One is connoted at a place of strength, the other a place of well, not strength, anyway. He can still certainly place his head on her shoulders, at any rate. [Smile]

*shrugs*

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hi dragonman. I disagree with you on that embrace opinion just a tad. Look at all the various permutations in the art world of the madonna and child. Placing a head on a womans breast and being held by her has long been associated with unconditional love and comfort and succor in times of sorrow. So yeah, maybe not associated with strength, but something more than OOOOH BOOBIES. [Wink]
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Shorter girls are easier to pick up and carry around, but for some reason, it's also the shorter ones who don't like to be carried around.
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quote:
Originally posted by HalfVast:
It's been my experience that all women are the same height on their backs. [evil]

Absolutely not! Some have much more prominent "features."

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quote:
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It's been my experience that all women are the same height on their backs. [evil]
quote:
Firesnake wrote:

Absolutely not! Some have much more prominent "features."


Of course I was applying an average distribution for purposes of
comparison to cancel out the effects of... ah, local variations.
Otherwise I've looked around locally and find I quite enjoy the
variations.

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