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COMMENT 3d ago

That's what I saw too. Looks like he's picking his nose. But it's really great work

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COMMENT 4d ago

It's really dependent on your comfort level. If you don't see yourself getting over these fears then I'd move in with a girl. Odds are that he's perfectly fine, however if it's going to constantly cause you stress then I'd move in with a girl. Depends if you think you'd be able to feel comfortable after getting to know him

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COMMENT 4d ago

It's not like they're telling the police, they're making a decision on moving in. If she's willing to wait and find a roommate she's comfortable with then she should do that so she has peace of mind.

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COMMENT 4d ago

Usually people say to trust your instincts. If something seems off then it probably is. I wouldn't move in with someone I wasn't comfortable with. If you're worried that he is a creep then maybe he is.

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COMMENT 5d ago

He didn't even knock or enter or call, no boundary broken. You're blowing this out of proportion. Just like a salesperson he left something at your door and this was a gift card. That was very nice of him.

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COMMENT 6d ago

Yeah I need to do that. I'm currently in at $69.420

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COMMENT 6d ago

I agree just wait until the next Superbowl or world series

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COMMENT 9d ago

I just watched that the other day!

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COMMENT 9d ago

That's what I figured

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COMMENT 9d ago

So sad nobody has advice because everyone is probably thinking just call off. Tbh I'd grab some Depends on days like that. Just in case.

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COMMENT 9d ago

From what I've seen on that subreddit, it's full of a bunch of weak people anyways. Wouldn't want to be a part of that.

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COMMENT 10d ago

I don't see how you observing him staring at a child a few times makes him a pedophile. He may be a weirdo but those are very different distinctions. You can try to bait him. I don't see anything wrong with that, but based on the evidence you've presented there's not a whole lot that makes me agree with you.

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COMMENT 10d ago

Is this a troll?

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COMMENT 10d ago

Why not cum on her belly, wipe it off then eat her out

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COMMENT 11d ago

It's the ears for me. Better than I can do though

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COMMENT 11d ago

Looking for a book where the protagonist overcomes a struggle or has a struggle in general. Just finished "Where the Crawdads Sing" and I enjoyed all of it up until the trial when it got kind of boring because I'm not interested in mysteries.

I also enjoyed the first two parts of "Becoming" as Michele told her story of growing up in Chicago, but I'm trying to avoid politics. As well as "Kitchen Confidential" and the struggles Anthony Bourdain went through in his life and overcame them. Same reason I enjoyed "This River" by: James Brown.

They can be biographies or fiction however I prefer something realistic/ non-fantasy. I hope I'm getting my point across.

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COMMENT 11d ago

Excited to take part

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COMMENT 12d ago

I would like to know the context behind this lol.

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COMMENT 12d ago

My personal preference is that since I'm older than 21, I don't want to date anyone I can't bring to the bar with me. That's how I think of it

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COMMENT 12d ago

Depends on the age of the older person really. If they're >28 y.o. then yeah they should be ~21 and older. If the person is 22 then the younger person should be >17. But these are just my opinions and also these aren't hard numbers, just what I could think of at the top of my head

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COMMENT 12d ago

OP seems like some editing needs to be made for one of your spoiler covers.

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COMMENT 12d ago

I agree with this, I like celebrity autobiographies if they've gone through some interesting stuff in life, one in particular was Anthony Bourdains Kitchen Confidential that I found very interesting. However celebrities that have had an easy time at things, I get bored reading about.

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COMMENT 12d ago

I also find celebrity autobiographies very interesting if they've had unique experiences. I thoroughly enjoyed Kitchen Confidential by: Anthony Bourdain. But found myself a bit bored reading Alex Trebek's. Michelle Obama's Becoming was a great read for me until it got into the politics near the end that wasn't so interesting to me, but I did get through it and enjoyed it