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Old 01-20-2014, 07:15 PM   #1
 
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What do we think???

I met a guy this weekend that would take longer to get ready to go out then I would, and I can be pretty girly when I want to!!!

I blew him off right away. He also drives a Porsche and has some big money job with Microsoft. While he didn't brag about them, it was mentioned enough that I remember after a lot of vodka and wine.

All signs point towards no, I think. I spent a fair amount of time with him (met him at a party) and the boy tried like a sucker, but just no chemistry. The pretty boy thing kept coming back to me.

He definitely wasn't as stuck up as I thought though, and we had a couple of good chats.

Going to see him at a wedding this weekend, so see if I think any differently.

Just not a type of guy I've ever been attracted to (and if I was with this one, it would definitely be the personality, cause the looks just aren't doing it), what about you??
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I am not huge on the pretty boys either. That being said, I did fall in love with one guy that was absolutely the fussiest I have ever dated. He took 2 showers a day, every single day. Exfoliated twice. Fixed his hair, etc. He was rather OCD about it and I got the impression he wanted a woman who was much the same. He is wealthy by no means. Grew up dirt poor, loved working on cars, hunted (which I had never dated a hunter either and that is a small miracle where I live). I think it was these qualities that drew me to him despite his appearance infatuation. The overwhelming majority of guys I have dated are rather rough and tumble when it comes to that stuff. They like it when a woman takes her time and dresses up, sure, but are just as happy if you are in sweat pants with no makeup.

Never been impressed by cars or jobs. Sure, it's better if they have a job (lol) but the caliber and what type of car you drive are lower on my list of important things. I dated a very nice guy twice in high school who has a wealthy family and always attempted to hand me a gold card (his parents, mind you) when we were near a mall. It made me very uncomfortable. He was absolutely in love with me, but I felt out of my element.
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^ I will say, when it comes to the last one, he was just trying to do something nice. It felt weird because it was his parents money, we were young, not in a serious relationship, so on and so forth. Also because I am/was not very good at easing up and allowing someone to do something for me. He was not trying too hard to impress. I have been around several guys like that and am immediately turned off.
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I've never dated a pretty boy and don't know if I could. I'm not a "pretty girl" in the sense that I don't take too long to get ready and would rather wear jeans than dress up most of the time. I don't know if I could handle someone taking longer than me to get ready and someone who cares about how they look more than I do. I would probably feel inadequate most of the time when going out.
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How can you tell he was high maintenance? Clear nail polish? Complicated hairstyle?

That part I would hate.

I once started seeing this guy who, a few weeeks into our relationship, I found out that he drove 2 hrs to a different city every weekend to get his hair washed and his facial hair trimmed. I was appalled. I mean, we lived in the state capital...a big city w/ all manner of barber services imagineable right here. Plus, we were both college students. I was in grad school and he was an undergrad, working at JC Penney in the sporting goods section. I didn't nderstand why he couldn't have maintained his own hair!

It was very telling that he picked me up for our first date in a brand new Lexus...and found out on the second date (when his roommate refused to loan it to him again) that he actually drove a 12 yr old Honda.

He was cute but...bye!

I personally love Porsches and would love to get driven around in one. Always loved them! I also love it when ppl are successful in their chosen career. So I'm not had at him for having a good car and job. I hope you're not counting those things against him!

I've met guys who were complete tools who had it going on and also ones who couldn't make their rent.

Does he have narcissistic traits? Is he always boasting and name dropping?
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Not holding those things against him, it just seemed that they were mentioned a few times.

I own my home and drive a nice sports car, but unless it came up in conversation, you would never know. I'm not used to being around people who talk about that sort of thing.

His hair was perfectly styled. This weird floppy thing, just looked like a fair amount of product and like some time went into it!

I'm just so used to guys who wear tshirts and jeans and are kind of rough, if that makes sense.
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Not holding those things against him, it just seemed that they were mentioned a few times.

I own my home and drive a nice sports car, but unless it came up in conversation, you would never know. I'm not used to being around people who talk about that sort of thing.

His hair was perfectly styled. This weird floppy thing, just looked like a fair amount of product and like some time went into it!

I'm just so used to guys who wear tshirts and jeans and are kind of rough, if that makes sense.
I give men a pass if they brag out their car/cars. Esp if they don't have kids or pets. Or even if they do. For some guys, their cars are everything. There were even a bunch of women over the yrs on this site who were car crazy.

I love Porsches! I'm just not mad at this guy.

Last year, one of my tenants stiffed me on rent and filed bankruptcy when I evicted them. I'd lost close to $10,000 by them time I got them out. I contacted the bankruptcy court and asked if I could have their '82 944 (on blocks) in remedy of the judgment I had won against them. I was so hopeful! But alas, it was not to be...
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Ok SL, you convinced me! Well see how this wedding goes, and if he's still interested, I'll give him a chance
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Not holding those things against him, it just seemed that they were mentioned a few times.

I own my home and drive a nice sports car, but unless it came up in conversation, you would never know. I'm not used to being around people who talk about that sort of thing.

His hair was perfectly styled. This weird floppy thing, just looked like a fair amount of product and like some time went into it!

I'm just so used to guys who wear tshirts and jeans and are kind of rough, if that makes sense.
I give men a pass if they brag out their car/cars. Esp if they don't have kids or pets. Or even if they do. For some guys, their cars are everything. There were even a bunch of women over the yrs on this site who were car crazy.

I love Porsches! I'm just not mad at this guy.

Last year, one of my tenants stiffed me on rent and filed bankruptcy when I evicted them. I'd lost close to $10,000 by them time I got them out. I contacted the bankruptcy court and asked if I could have their '82 944 (on blocks) in remedy of the judgment I had won against them. I was so hopeful! But alas, it was not to be...
Why did it take so long? You get them out and get another tenant in so you don't lose money!
Yes, these things can take too much time, but there are other avenues to pursue.
Why did you not win on the judgment? I am just wondering what happened. I know many times it depends on the judge, which is scary and fleeting.
Do you know what chapter they filed? You should still be able to recoup some funds.
Did you have a lawyer with you or were you your own lawyer?
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Not holding those things against him, it just seemed that they were mentioned a few times.

I own my home and drive a nice sports car, but unless it came up in conversation, you would never know. I'm not used to being around people who talk about that sort of thing.

His hair was perfectly styled. This weird floppy thing, just looked like a fair amount of product and like some time went into it!

I'm just so used to guys who wear tshirts and jeans and are kind of rough, if that makes sense.
I give men a pass if they brag out their car/cars. Esp if they don't have kids or pets. Or even if they do. For some guys, their cars are everything. There were even a bunch of women over the yrs on this site who were car crazy.

I love Porsches! I'm just not mad at this guy.

Last year, one of my tenants stiffed me on rent and filed bankruptcy when I evicted them. I'd lost close to $10,000 by them time I got them out. I contacted the bankruptcy court and asked if I could have their '82 944 (on blocks) in remedy of the judgment I had won against them. I was so hopeful! But alas, it was not to be...
Why did it take so long? You get them out and get another tenant in so you don't lose money!
Yes, these things can take too much time, but there are other avenues to pursue.
Why did you not win on the judgment? I am just wondering what happened. I know many times it depends on the judge, which is scary and fleeting.
Do you know what chapter they filed? You should still be able to recoup some funds.
Did you have a lawyer with you or were you your own lawyer?

I evicted them after two months of promises and no rent but they filed bankruptcy the day after I evicted them. And the eviction took a month. If you know the law, it all comes down to who filed first - did my eviction filing come first or did their bankruptcy filing come first. If I was found to have filed first, the eviction stands, and I have the right to put them out. If their bankruptcy was filed first, they win a stay of eviction and can basically remain on the premises as long as they want. I filed first, but it took two months for the asshats downtown to figure that out bc they attempted to have their lawyer backdate their paperwork.

At this point, I was more than five months w/ no rent. And it took another month to get the place fixed up bc these dirtbags brought bed bugs in and had two nasty little dogs that pissed everywhere.

I won the judgment (it was an open and shut case) but they had filed bankruptcy so I couldn't collect or pursue them. However, I just got a notice that they have failed to meet the conditions of the bankruptcy and will likey be losing the protection under the bankruptcy...so I will pursue again. I'm waiting for tax time so I can attempt to garnish their bank account. They are self-employed so I can't garnish their wages. They have an adult son who is disabled (and on the lease) but morally, I just don't feel right garnishing his SSI check. Undecided about that.

Yes, I had a lawyer. I pursued every avenue. There's only so much anyone can do when the bailiffs at the proecutors office don't understand the law and the tenants fraudulently tried to backdate their bankruptcy.

I'm writing the loss off on my taxes. And if their bankruptcy protection is lifted, I will be on their asses for the rest of my natural life!

I'm actually dealing w/ two almost identical scenarios now. But only one own a Porsche! LOL
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About dudes and cars -

I agree him mentioning it w/out it coming up naturally would be a red flag. My ex has a porsche and great job but it never came up unless I asked, and his car, I just saw it the 4th time we met because he drove me. I know guys love their cars (I love mine too) but if we're not talking about cars and whats important to you, then I see it as bragging. My ex(like many guys) likes fast good cars, as do I(although I'm not a porsche fan and I finally told him and he was a little offended but he doesn't like my car choice so whatever).

As far as pretty boy it might concern me just a little because it could mean he's not laid back and can't just wing it sometimes(I feel the same about women as well) and expect the same from you. But he might not be. I prefer guys in between, that can dress it up or down as needed.
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I give men a pass if they brag out their car/cars. Esp if they don't have kids or pets. Or even if they do. For some guys, their cars are everything. There were even a bunch of women over the yrs on this site who were car crazy.

I love Porsches! I'm just not mad at this guy.

Last year, one of my tenants stiffed me on rent and filed bankruptcy when I evicted them. I'd lost close to $10,000 by them time I got them out. I contacted the bankruptcy court and asked if I could have their '82 944 (on blocks) in remedy of the judgment I had won against them. I was so hopeful! But alas, it was not to be...
Why did it take so long? You get them out and get another tenant in so you don't lose money!
Yes, these things can take too much time, but there are other avenues to pursue.
Why did you not win on the judgment? I am just wondering what happened. I know many times it depends on the judge, which is scary and fleeting.
Do you know what chapter they filed? You should still be able to recoup some funds.
Did you have a lawyer with you or were you your own lawyer?

I evicted them after two months of promises and no rent but they filed bankruptcy the day after I evicted them. And the eviction took a month. If you know the law, it all comes down to who filed first - did my eviction filing come first or did their bankruptcy filing come first. If I was found to have filed first, the eviction stands, and I have the right to put them out. If their bankruptcy was filed first, they win a stay of eviction and can basically remain on the premises as long as they want. I filed first, but it took two months for the asshats downtown to figure that out bc they attempted to have their lawyer backdate their paperwork.

At this point, I was more than five months w/ no rent. And it took another month to get the place fixed up bc these dirtbags brought bed bugs in and had two nasty little dogs that pissed everywhere.

I won the judgment (it was an open and shut case) but they had filed bankruptcy so I couldn't collect or pursue them. However, I just got a notice that they have failed to meet the conditions of the bankruptcy and will likey be losing the protection under the bankruptcy...so I will pursue again. I'm waiting for tax time so I can attempt to garnish their bank account. They are self-employed so I can't garnish their wages. They have an adult son who is disabled (and on the lease) but morally, I just don't feel right garnishing his SSI check. Undecided about that.

Yes, I had a lawyer. I pursued every avenue. There's only so much anyone can do when the bailiffs at the proecutors office don't understand the law and the tenants fraudulently tried to backdate their bankruptcy.

I'm writing the loss off on my taxes. And if their bankruptcy protection is lifted, I will be on their asses for the rest of my natural life!

I'm actually dealing w/ two almost identical scenarios now. But only one own a Porsche! LOL
You cannot bring emotions into business decisions. It will get you every time.
Was there any red flag of credit report or background check with them?
I am wondering where things could have gone wrong.
It seems that you may lost a month here.
Wow, shady, indeed!
Best of luck to you.
Bankruptcy is not the way out. It will haunt you, unfortunately. However, many think it is the way out.
And, yes, the good news is you can claim that on taxes as a loss.

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Why did it take so long? You get them out and get another tenant in so you don't lose money!
Yes, these things can take too much time, but there are other avenues to pursue.
Why did you not win on the judgment? I am just wondering what happened. I know many times it depends on the judge, which is scary and fleeting.
Do you know what chapter they filed? You should still be able to recoup some funds.
Did you have a lawyer with you or were you your own lawyer?

I evicted them after two months of promises and no rent but they filed bankruptcy the day after I evicted them. And the eviction took a month. If you know the law, it all comes down to who filed first - did my eviction filing come first or did their bankruptcy filing come first. If I was found to have filed first, the eviction stands, and I have the right to put them out. If their bankruptcy was filed first, they win a stay of eviction and can basically remain on the premises as long as they want. I filed first, but it took two months for the asshats downtown to figure that out bc they attempted to have their lawyer backdate their paperwork.

At this point, I was more than five months w/ no rent. And it took another month to get the place fixed up bc these dirtbags brought bed bugs in and had two nasty little dogs that pissed everywhere.

I won the judgment (it was an open and shut case) but they had filed bankruptcy so I couldn't collect or pursue them. However, I just got a notice that they have failed to meet the conditions of the bankruptcy and will likey be losing the protection under the bankruptcy...so I will pursue again. I'm waiting for tax time so I can attempt to garnish their bank account. They are self-employed so I can't garnish their wages. They have an adult son who is disabled (and on the lease) but morally, I just don't feel right garnishing his SSI check. Undecided about that.

Yes, I had a lawyer. I pursued every avenue. There's only so much anyone can do when the bailiffs at the proecutors office don't understand the law and the tenants fraudulently tried to backdate their bankruptcy.

I'm writing the loss off on my taxes. And if their bankruptcy protection is lifted, I will be on their asses for the rest of my natural life!

I'm actually dealing w/ two almost identical scenarios now. But only one own a Porsche! LOL
You cannot bring emotions into business decisions. It will get you every time.
Was there any red flag of credit report or background check with them?
I am wondering where things could have gone wrong.
It seems that you may lost a month here.
Wow, shady, indeed!
Best of luck to you.
Bankruptcy is not the way out. It will haunt you, unfortunately. However, many think it is the way out.
And, yes, the good news is you can claim that on taxes as a loss.
Yeah, they weren't the strongest of candidates. But I was going thru a divorce and was too stressed to be as thorough as I needed to be. I rent all my other houses thru Section 8 and things always go smoothly; this one is private pay and I always a problem. Can't wait to get rid of it.

Yes, I'm too emotional for this! I bought this house on emotion and I always let the deadbeats stay too long after I see they can't pay. There was even an emotional factor that played into my accepting this family as tenants. I need to be slapping those Three Day Notices on doors when rent is five days late. I keep saying I will in the future but they tell me some BS SOB story and I'm like oh ok.

Yeah, now that I think about it, I will probably go after the son. He's probably a liar and a crook, just like his parents. LOL
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BTW...how are we pronouncing Porsche here? One syllable or two?
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One syllable!
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CC as long as he has a nice porschonality
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I don't do guys who are overly into their looks or status stuff: rough and ready, edgy, occasional shaving of face is good, ditto smelling clean, tattoos and piercings are fine by me. My husband was my only partner ever to have something approaching an office job.

I'm qualified in lifestyle healthcare (includes fitness) yet body builders at all levels turn me off. All that flexing in mirrors, removing body hair, fake tan, muscle imbalances, ugh.
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So I'm really annoyed with myself.

He brought a date to the wedding and we spoke maybe 10 words the whole night. Of course he brought a date, we've known about this wedding for months, why didn't that occur to me?

I was looking forward to seeing him, and feel like a stupid high school girl. I'm not even interested in him!!!! Why am I annoyed???
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So I'm really annoyed with myself.

He brought a date to the wedding and we spoke maybe 10 words the whole night. Of course he brought a date, we've known about this wedding for months, why didn't that occur to me?

I was looking forward to seeing him, and feel like a stupid high school girl. I'm not even interested in him!!!! Why am I annoyed???
Did he seem into her? Sometimes ppl bring friends to weddings...

It's obvious why you're annoyed -- you wanted him to let you drive his Porsche!
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Not overly, they danced a couple of times. Supposedly they are just FWBs though.

Lol @ wanting to be in the Porshe!!!!

I'm not interested in him, none of the normal stuff is going through my head like when I meet a guy. That's what's pissing me of the most, why am I annoyed?!?!!
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