I’m watching… are you ?
I’m terrible at reading signs to see if a woman is into me. Ridiculously terrible. I complain a lot about women never talking to me or approaching me, and really, I never approach them. I can never be too sure if they want me to or not, and I hate rejection. So I could possibly be passing up on a ton of women who I may have a chance with because I can’t read whether or not she’s into me.
It’s all confusing.
A woman can flirt with you and do all of these things … and have a boyfriend. And get mad when you try to talk to her. Or, she could not flirt with you, give you subtle hints … and then get mad when you don’t take advantage of the situation. It’s almost a lose-lose.
I kind of like my women to be direct. I can’t really read signals, but I can sure as hell determine what “I like you” means. Women give off so many mixed signals, and I don’t want to take her kindness as her liking me, when in actuality, her kindness is just that: kindness.
I figure I should get help now so I don’t end up still single when I turn 28. I mean, that IS only seven years away.
So women of tumblr, I humbly ask you … what do you do to show a guy that you are interested in him?
Fundamental differences is all… but its all a game this dating thing… girls are players too… some may just be looking to score some points through out the game cause their not ready to be a prize or receive one
thats wat i ment to say…
and I don’t even want to meet a drunk child
… purchasing a Polaroid Camera… aaaand a Kodak Duaflex II Camera… YAY 4 me!
(Newser) – Global warming is affecting 300 million people and taking 300,000 lives per year, according to the first wide-ranging research on the impact of climate change. Released by former UN secretary general Kofi Annan’s think tank, the study says floods, fires, storms, and heatwaves are costing the world more than $125 billion annually—and will kill up to half a million people per year by 2030.
The study also predicts widespread disease, poverty, and hunger, almost solely in developing regions, where mass migration and social instability will likely follow. Comparing effects on the world’s rich and poor, the study says nations least at risk have promised only $400 million to help developing countries adapt. Annan’s thinktank released the study as diplomats prepare for next week’s UN climate change talks in Bonn.
SOURCE: Guardian (UK)