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#16 Post by TemeculaWarrior » Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:23 am

wyokie wrote:
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808 wrote:I vote for Michelle.
aaaahhh, 808, a hopeless romantic!!!

TW 8)
What am I...chopped liver!!!

BTW, I'd vote for Michelle Kwan partly because she reminds me a little of a certain Sports Angel. :-
Chopped liver? Chopped liver!!! Well, now that WOULD explain some things, Wyokie.
You're probably right on target there. I honestly hadn't thought of you in that sense.
Now that you bring it up though, and I think about it, yeah, you probably are chopped liver.
Heck, who'd have thought that you'd come up with the explanation for your behavior all by yourself?
Nice work. Good thinking, Wyokie!
I’m curious, though, have you known this about yourself all along?

TW 8)

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#17 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:38 am

TemeculaWarrior wrote:
wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote: aaaahhh, 808, a hopeless romantic!!!

TW 8)
What am I...chopped liver!!!

BTW, I'd vote for Michelle Kwan partly because she reminds me a little of a certain Sports Angel. :-
Chopped liver? Chopped liver!!! Well, now that WOULD explain some things, Wyokie.
You're probably right on target there. I honestly hadn't thought of you in that sense.
Now that you bring it up though, and I think about it, yeah, you probably are chopped liver.
Heck, who'd have thought that you'd come up with the explanation for your behavior all by yourself?
Nice work. Good thinking, Wyokie!
I’m curious, though, have you known this about yourself all along?

TW 8)
Apparently you didn't see my humor. I'm the romantic on this board.

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#18 Post by BigWave96744 » Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:55 am

wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote:
808 wrote:I vote for Michelle.
aaaahhh, 808, a hopeless romantic!!!

TW 8)
What am I...chopped liver!!!

BTW, I'd vote for Michelle Kwan partly because she reminds me a little of a certain Sports Angel. :-
Wyokie,
I'm getting a little worried about you..
Anybody who looks Filipino, has long hair, and some curves reminds you of a particular Sports Angel..

Since you are into the long distance, internet, virtual GF search, you may on day be surprised with a partner with spare parts :o [-X

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#19 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 9:14 am

BigWave96744 wrote:
wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote: aaaahhh, 808, a hopeless romantic!!!

TW 8)
What am I...chopped liver!!!

BTW, I'd vote for Michelle Kwan partly because she reminds me a little of a certain Sports Angel. :-
Wyokie,
I'm getting a little worried about you..
Anybody who looks Filipino, has long hair, and some curves reminds you of a particular Sports Angel..

Since you are into the long distance, internet, virtual GF search, you may on day be surprised with a partner with spare parts :o [-X
Well, in hindsight, what I could've said was "...reminds of a friend of mine" and let it at that.

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#20 Post by BKWarrior » Tue Feb 14, 2006 12:26 pm

I'm the romantic on this board.
I beg to differ. No one else here can put game on a woman in Italian, French, spanish and ebonics like me. But don't tell my girlfriend (that stuff didn't work on her, I just happened to trip over her, and things went my way after that) :-$
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#21 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:04 pm

BKWarrior wrote:
I'm the romantic on this board.
I beg to differ. No one else here can put game on a woman in Italian, French, spanish and ebonics like me. But don't tell my girlfriend (that stuff didn't work on her, I just happened to trip over her, and things went my way after that) :-$
I'll give up my "title" to BKWarrior. That way I can keep my big fat mouth shut in things. That's scarasm to you, Mr. TW!

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#22 Post by BigWave96744 » Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:49 pm

BKWarrior you never lost the Title of "Romantic Dude" and Wyokie you never had it so you can't give it away...

To be the Romantic Dude, you gotta have the track record of success..

But dreamers with no results are call "Hopeless Romantics" :cry:
Hopeless romantics believe in love and fairy-tales. They dream of roses and candlelight, walking on the beach at sunset, and dancing in the rain. They know that somewhere out there is a knight in shining armour ready to carry them off, or a beautiful princess waiting to be carried off into the sunset. Hopeless romantics believe in true love, and the eternal bliss that comes from being united with one's soulmate is what they crave most.
Hopeless romantics recognize in themselves the ability to love infinitely deeply, and they ache to be loved with the same fervour in return. When a hopeless romantic has someone to lavish their affection on, lavish they do. Hopeless romantics sometimes write love letters full of poetic phrases and send flowers, but mostly they try to find a thousand thoughtful little ways to show their love. They make romance into an art form.

Hopeless romantics wear rose-coloured glasses. In their eagerness to find "the one", a hopeless romantic may either be extraordinarily picky or not discerning enough. Hopeless non-romantics think that hopeless romantics are delusional and too intense. Other than the seeming futility in the search for a soulmate, nothing frustrates a hopeless romantic more than a significant other who does not understand the hopeless romantic temperament.

Sometimes, in this cynical world, it seems like the population of hopeless romantics is declining. One has only to look at the number of movies and songs about love that are currently popular to prove otherwise. It may also seem that there are many more hopelessly romantic women than romantic men. This isn't surprising in a culture where a man might get snapped at for opening the door for a woman. Men and women often have different ways of expressing their emotions, and the number of hopelessly romantic men is probably much higher than anyone could tell simply by observation.

Hopeless romantics are the idealists, the sentimental dreamers, the imaginative, and the fanciful. They give the world its once-upon-a-times and happily-ever-afters. Hopeless romantics may have their feet on the ground, but their souls fly somewhere over the rainbow.
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#23 Post by TemeculaWarrior » Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:54 pm

I think that if one were to ask a woman her definition of "romantic," and compare that to BK's definition of the same word, you might find a bit of a discrepancy.

Try this… give a woman a copy of the international best seller "POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE PROCUREMENT AND USE OF EARTHLINGS OF THE FEMALE GENDER," (the autobiography of the world-renowned B.K. Warrior,) and ask her to read and review it, I suspect that the word "PLAYER" would probably be the word she comes up with and not "romantic."


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#24 Post by TemeculaWarrior » Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:58 pm

wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote:
wyokie wrote: What am I...chopped liver!!!

BTW, I'd vote for Michelle Kwan partly because she reminds me a little of a certain Sports Angel. :-
Chopped liver? Chopped liver!!! Well, now that WOULD explain some things, Wyokie.
You're probably right on target there. I honestly hadn't thought of you in that sense.
Now that you bring it up though, and I think about it, yeah, you probably are chopped liver.
Heck, who'd have thought that you'd come up with the explanation for your behavior all by yourself?
Nice work. Good thinking, Wyokie!
I’m curious, though, have you known this about yourself all along?

TW 8)
Apparently you didn't see my humor. I'm the romantic on this board.
Why, if it isn't the famous Inspector Jacques Clouseau?
You were in disguise, Inspector. I apologize for failing to recognize you.

TW 8)

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#25 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 2:03 pm

Why do I even bother with you two boys?

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#26 Post by TemeculaWarrior » Tue Feb 14, 2006 2:27 pm

wyokie wrote:Why do I even bother with you two boys?
That sounds like a multiple-choice question:

A. You covet the attention;
B. You love us both, dearly;
C. You are bored with the routine and crave beauty and excitement;
D. You're bored and have nothing better to do;
E. All of the above;

Make sure to circle the letter that most closely reflects the correct answer.
You have 60 seconds to complete the question.
You may begin.


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#27 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 2:49 pm

TemeculaWarrior wrote:
wyokie wrote:Why do I even bother with you two boys?
That sounds like a multiple-choice question:

A. You covet the attention;
B. You love us both, dearly;
C. You are bored with the routine and crave beauty and excitement;
D. You're bored and have nothing better to do;
E. All of the above;

Make sure to circle the letter that most closely reflects the correct answer.
You have 60 seconds to complete the question.
You may begin.

TW 8)
I'll circle D and leave it at that! :roll:

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#28 Post by BigWave96744 » Tue Feb 14, 2006 3:25 pm

wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote:
wyokie wrote:Why do I even bother with you two boys?
That sounds like a multiple-choice question:

A. You covet the attention;
B. You love us both, dearly;
C. You are bored with the routine and crave beauty and excitement;
D. You're bored and have nothing better to do;
E. All of the above;

Make sure to circle the letter that most closely reflects the correct answer.
You have 60 seconds to complete the question.
You may begin.

TW 8)
I'll circle D and leave it at that! :roll:
BKWarrior and TW,
Wyokie was give a multiple choice question and he only anwered "D"??? :o

I guess he doesn't love you both.... After all you folks do to console his poor soul [-X

BKWarrior all those tips about how to win a gal's heart and you get no appreciation??? [-X [-X

TW you gave him 60 seconds and he took 22 minutes to contemplate his answer.. Sheez, good thing he wasn't referring to me... :- I wouldn't know what to do with those pictures I took of the Sports Angel at Abbe Brewster in her camoulflage crop top :-?

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#29 Post by wyokie » Tue Feb 14, 2006 4:14 pm

BigWave96744 wrote:
wyokie wrote:
TemeculaWarrior wrote: That sounds like a multiple-choice question:

A. You covet the attention;
B. You love us both, dearly;
C. You are bored with the routine and crave beauty and excitement;
D. You're bored and have nothing better to do;
E. All of the above;

Make sure to circle the letter that most closely reflects the correct answer.
You have 60 seconds to complete the question.
You may begin.

TW 8)
I'll circle D and leave it at that! :roll:
BKWarrior and TW,
Wyokie was give a multiple choice question and he only anwered "D"??? :o

I guess he doesn't love you both.... After all you folks do to console his poor soul [-X

BKWarrior all those tips about how to win a gal's heart and you get no appreciation??? [-X [-X

TW you gave him 60 seconds and he took 22 minutes to contemplate his answer.. Sheez, good thing he wasn't referring to me... :- I wouldn't know what to do with those pictures I took of the Sports Angel at Abbe Brewster in her camoulflage crop top :-?
Could WE PLEASE end this conversation???!!!! I regreted making the comment near the beginning of this thread regarding certain people. I should've just KEPT my mouth shut!!!!!

So, we Please just end it NOW. Thank you.

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#30 Post by lewpac » Tue Feb 14, 2006 5:42 pm

I'm stickin' with Dorothy Hamil!

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