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Mr. Kinks has asked me to let you ladies know, "a Man who is supposed to be interested in a lady shouldn't text more than 4 words and you as a lady shouldn't respond let's him know your ok with text conversations"

Here is my response, hush....he wants to justify his lack of texting skill. His texts include, "call me back pls"
He won't admit it but he is still stuck in the beeper era. I don't agree a man should court a woman via text msging but sending a text now and then isn't so bad if its a sweet text and definitely not a fwd.

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Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks

LOL @ "call me back pls".

We're on the same page....I'm talking about communicating a serious lack of interest, when you take a woman's number and rather than CALL her, you send a text...and it's a week after you saw her in Starbucks, or Chicken Shack...or wherever. The dude ain't pressed. I'm not saying that a phone call communicates serious interest, but I am saying a text message usually does not.

I believe men often throw behavior out there, to see how much play they can get, especially if they're not serious, but open to a casual sexual encounter.
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I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. It's either they are ignorant to that fact that it's all a game, or they become way too invested/pressed and it goes the other way. And who is telling them to want more for themselves? Beyond the yaki sew-ins and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music) or how women are portrayed on tv. The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
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Last edited by artemis513; 04-18-2012 at 03:29 PM.
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Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks
Only 2 that I've seen so far... and well that's always an option. If things are that bothersome..no one is being forced to stay.
I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. It's either they are ignorant to that fact that it's all a game, or they become way too invested/pressed and it goes the other way. And who is telling them to want more for themselves? Beyond the yaki sew-ins and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music) or how women are portrayed on tv. The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
Originally Posted by artemis513
LOL!
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Mr. Kinks has asked me to let you ladies know, "a Man who is supposed to be interested in a lady shouldn't text more than 4 words and you as a lady shouldn't respond let's him know your ok with text conversations"

Here is my response, hush....he wants to justify his lack of texting skill. His texts include, "call me back pls"
He won't admit it but he is still stuck in the beeper era. I don't agree a man should court a woman via text msging but sending a text now and then isn't so bad if its a sweet text and definitely not a fwd.

...tell PETA my mink is dragging on the floor...
vIa tHiS rAgEdY aSs pHoNe
Originally Posted by Chicago Kinks

LOL @ "call me back pls".

We're on the same page....I'm talking about communicating a serious lack of interest, when you take a woman's number and rather than CALL her, you send a text...and it's a week after you saw her in Starbucks, or Chicken Shack...or wherever. The dude ain't pressed. I'm not saying that a phone call communicates serious interest, but I am saying a text message usually does not.

I believe men often throw behavior out there, to see how much play they can get, especially if they're not serious, but open to a casual sexual encounter.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
+1 to the bold. All day long. If they get rejected enough (in the right way, I should say), they'll eventually learn to get it together. This is where a woman being assertive rather than aggressive comes in handy, I think (I mean in regards to what her standards are. I am not a fan of the term "independent woman" b/c of this.)
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Last edited by artemis513; 04-18-2012 at 03:36 PM.
I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. And who is telling them to want more for themselves, beyond the yaki and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music). The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
Originally Posted by artemis513
I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
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I am in training for my new job all this week and next week. It's really cool because it's all virtual/online. Like The Sims and Avatar mixed together. I never was a PC gamer, but I see why ppl like it.

In other news, I really want to buy some b.a.s.k. Like badly. It just might get got, as I have no willpower against the pj.
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I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. And who is telling them to want more for themselves, beyond the yaki and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music). The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
Originally Posted by artemis513
I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
This is how I feel about my friends. I'm willing to talk to them for a long time on the phone. But when it comes to a guy that I like, all that your saying here works best for me in-person. Thus, me and long-distance relationships never work. I need to see your face for the same reasons you stated here in regards to phone convos. My preference is to be on the phone briefly with a guy who is in the car on the way to see me.

And I refuse to skype. It freaks me out.
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I am in training for my new job all this week and next week. It's really cool because it's all virtual/online. Like The Sims and Avatar mixed together. I never was a PC gamer, but I see why ppl like it.

In other news, I really want to buy some b.a.s.k. Like badly. It just might get got, as I have no willpower against the pj.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Oh wow..that sounds cool. I love The Sims games. I used to play all the time on PS2 and PS3. It's fun!

What kind of work will you be doing if you don't mind me asking ?
I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. And who is telling them to want more for themselves, beyond the yaki and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music). The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
Originally Posted by artemis513
I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
This is how I feel about my friends. I'm willing to talk to them for a long time on the phone. But when it comes to a guy that I like, all that your saying here works best for me in-person. Thus, me and long-distance relationships never work. I need to see your face for the same reasons you stated here in regards to phone convos. My preference is to be on the phone briefly with a guy who is in the car on the way to see me.

And I refuse to skype. It freaks me out.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Of course. I was talking about texting vs talking. But yeah, I need to see you. That's why I never trust when a guy never has time to spend with a woman.
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I am in training for my new job all this week and next week. It's really cool because it's all virtual/online. Like The Sims and Avatar mixed together. I never was a PC gamer, but I see why ppl like it.

In other news, I really want to buy some b.a.s.k. Like badly. It just might get got, as I have no willpower against the pj.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Oh wow..that sounds cool. I love The Sims games. I used to play all the time on PS2 and PS3. It's fun!

What kind of work will you be doing if you don't mind me asking ?
Originally Posted by *Marah*
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Last edited by artemis513; 04-18-2012 at 04:08 PM.

I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
This is how I feel about my friends. I'm willing to talk to them for a long time on the phone. But when it comes to a guy that I like, all that your saying here works best for me in-person. Thus, me and long-distance relationships never work. I need to see your face for the same reasons you stated here in regards to phone convos. My preference is to be on the phone briefly with a guy who is in the car on the way to see me.

And I refuse to skype. It freaks me out.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Of course. I was talking about texting vs talking. But yeah, I need to see you. That's why I never trust when a guy never has time to spend with a woman.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
Yeah, I know. I was just sharing my own gray area. I don't like talking on the phone unless it's with my best friends (2 ppl) but I understand why ideally it's better than texting, esp nowadays. So I'd rather just skip it all and go to dinner lol.
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I am in training for my new job all this week and next week. It's really cool because it's all virtual/online. Like The Sims and Avatar mixed together. I never was a PC gamer, but I see why ppl like it.

In other news, I really want to buy some b.a.s.k. Like badly. It just might get got, as I have no willpower against the pj.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Oh wow..that sounds cool. I love The Sims games. I used to play all the time on PS2 and PS3. It's fun!

What kind of work will you be doing if you don't mind me asking ?
Originally Posted by *Marah*
Clinical Research/Human Subjects Protection. So, when companies conduct clinical trials prior to putting new drugs on the market , I will be overseeing the training and proper execution of these trials. Making sure everyone in the studies and doing the studies stay legal.
Originally Posted by artemis513
Alright! Congratulations! Keep your eye on em girl! LOL!
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LOL! Thanks Marah
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I feel like some women are okay with the lack of effort and creativity from men because they don't know any better. And who is telling them to want more for themselves, beyond the yaki and the outfits and what they sing about in those pop songs (I don't really listen to today's music). The younger they get the worse it is.

I'm cool with texting throughout the day, but if you don't call me and have real convos in the beginning you won't get much more out of me beyond "Hey", "Ok", "Cool", or "ttyl". Each of those words covers every possible lame question a lame would ask me via text.
Originally Posted by artemis513
I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
This is how I feel about my friends. I'm willing to talk to them for a long time on the phone. But when it comes to a guy that I like, all that your saying here works best for me in-person. Thus, me and long-distance relationships never work. I need to see your face for the same reasons you stated here in regards to phone convos. My preference is to be on the phone briefly with a guy who is in the car on the way to see me.

And I refuse to skype. It freaks me out.
Originally Posted by artemis513
My husband and I had a long distance relationship for a few years. He was in the Navy. We talked on the phone often, wrote letters weekly, and he would come drive 5 hours back home every single month to spend 3 little days with me when he had leave. This is before the everyone had a cell phone and internet era. Back then beepers were more popular. My husband did have a cell phone..one of those great big ones that look NUTS today. LOL!

He never EVER missed a month to visit me. And it was amazing. Our relationship got stronger and stronger during that long distance when we talked on the phone actually but I think it's because we knew we really wanted to be together. I have to give it to him.. he went all out calling, writing, and visiting every time he could. And I know he was exhausted..he actually came to visit me in a snow storm one year and got into an accident on his way back. Totaled his car.

But thank goodness he only got a small bump on his forehead and hurt his wrist a bit. And would you believe this fool was right back to driving seeing me again the next month. RENTED a car. Said he ate soup and crackers for 3 weeks just so he could rent the car so he could come back home to be with me. ROFL! Thankfully, he was able to find a reasonable car he could afford not to long after.
Wow, that is awesome. See if I had a guy do all that for me, I would definitely change my mind about long distance relationships. I just haven't met a guy that is "into" me like that yet. Some have been close, but they end up unable to survive long-term.
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I think texting is fine, for certain conversations, at certain times. But if I care about somebody, I want to hear their voice - part of my attraction to a man is his voice.

You can tell a lot more about what's going on with a person, when you hear their voice. So, if a guy only wants to text...and ESPECIALLY in the early stages of getting to know one another, I would take that as a possible indication of intimacy issues, among other things.

If I wanna REALLY know how your day was, I'm going to call you. If I wanna know what movie we're going to see, I'll probably text you. If you text me, "I'm having a really bad day", I'm going to CALL you, and talk to you and try to make it better, or just listen to you. But "I'm having a real bad day" could mean,"I'm about to lose it", and I can hear that, better than I can read it.

Technology is wonderful...I love it. But it doesn't come close to real, human contact.
Originally Posted by Ninjarette
This is how I feel about my friends. I'm willing to talk to them for a long time on the phone. But when it comes to a guy that I like, all that your saying here works best for me in-person. Thus, me and long-distance relationships never work. I need to see your face for the same reasons you stated here in regards to phone convos. My preference is to be on the phone briefly with a guy who is in the car on the way to see me.

And I refuse to skype. It freaks me out.
Originally Posted by artemis513
My husband and I had a long distance relationship for a few years. He was in the Navy. We talked on the phone often, wrote letters weekly, and he would come drive 5 hours back home every single month to spend 3 little days with me when he had leave. This is before the everyone had a cell phone and internet era. Back then beepers were more popular. My husband did have a cell phone..one of those great big ones that look NUTS today. LOL!

He never EVER missed a month to visit me. And it was amazing. Our relationship got stronger and stronger during that long distance when we talked on the phone actually but I think it's because we knew we really wanted to be together. I have to give it to him.. he went all out calling, writing, and visiting every time he could. And I know he was exhausted..he actually came to visit me in a snow storm one year and got into an accident on his way back. Totaled his car.

But thank goodness he only got a small bump on his forehead and hurt his wrist a bit. And would you believe this fool was right back to driving seeing me again the next month. RENTED a car. Said he ate soup and crackers for 3 weeks just so he could rent the car so he could come back home to be with me. ROFL! Thankfully, he was able to find a reasonable car he could afford not to long after.
Originally Posted by *Marah*
That's what I'm talking about. That's love right there.

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