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Old 05-16-08, 10:40 AM   #1
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I need a girlfriend

I really don't, actually. I think it would be nice, though. For some reason I don't have girlfriends in the summer. I seem to find them in the fall, date all winter and into spring, and then it ends. Normally this is awesome. I get to hang out with my friends all summer, go camping all the time, and in general not worry about relationship responsibilities. I think it's worked out well in part because the girls I've dated either had no time or no inclination to take weekend camping/canoeing/biking trips. If any of us had continued to date over the summer they probably would have been a little neglected, which wouldn't have been fair. They were all wonderful girls. It's been years since I've had a girlfriend during the summer. I would love to try it again if I could find a girl that was into the same summer activities I am. I moved to Milwaukee last year and now live about four hours away from all my camping buddies, so I need to find some local people anyways. I just have no motivation to do weekend trips by myself, and I don't want to be bored and stuck in town all summer. I'd be worried about camping with new people, though. I've gone camping pretty much exclusively with the same group of guys for the better part of the last ten years. I think it would be easier to get used to camping with a new girlfriend than a new group of guys. Maybe I'm just being dumb.

That's all, I guess. Feel free to comment/offer advice/ call me a asshat
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You don't need a girlfriend. You need a womanfriend.
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You know, Siu, I wish you lived in Milwaukee. I don't think I would have to twist your arm too hard to get you to go out biking with me.
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Too bad your not mormon, you could find 100s of possibilities in a singles ward. They are all desperate.
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Uh, thanks?
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You asked, I deliver.

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Sorry man, could not pass that one up.
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I mean, i'm just saying, but i find sex in the summer to be less enjoyable than in the winter. You know, not by much but...for what its worth.

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Timmy, are you sure you are quoting the same dude or posting in the right thread?
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Well, I actually am a ******bag vegan liberal. Weird.
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I mean, i'm just saying, but i find sex in the summer to be less enjoyable than in the winter. You know, not by much but...for what its worth.

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Also, i'm not sure why you're having problems. Chicks love that stuff, especially the ******bag part


Hmm, interesting - never took a seasonal approach to it - it was more of a physical place in which to do the deed that held my attention.
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Well, I actually am a ******bag vegan liberal. Weird.
It is cool replies like that that make me loves me some Foo.

well played sir.

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It is cool replies like that that make me loves me some Foo.

well played sir.

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Thanks man. No use in me denying it. It just makes me look silly. Crazy coincidence on that post, though. Also, have you notice how if you type in d o u c h e it's automatically starred out? Good thing they haven't done it with asshat. I like that one.
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You know, Siu, I wish you lived in Milwaukee. I don't think I would have to twist your arm too hard to get you to go out biking with me.
No you wouldn't. I like outdoorsey things.
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Thanks man. No use in me denying it. It just makes me look silly. Crazy coincidence on that post, though. Also, have you notice how if you type in d o u c h e it's automatically starred out? Good thing they haven't done it with asshat. I like that one.
the mystery's of the BF word filter still astound me. Try describing a domestic house cat by calling it a *****cat and see what happens.
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Maybe you should be a less picky/demanding/obsessive/anal asshat?.
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It would make my life easier, but I don't think it's going to happen.
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What do you eat when you are Vegan, camping.

Do you forage for nuts and berries, or eat delicous tree bark.
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then maybe you should spend the summer building your future home.


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I make a lot of soups and tortilla wraps with rice, beans, baked tofu, and greens. I also like clif bars in a pinch. I've never had a problem with food on camping trips. There is a lot out there for vegans. It's actually almost easier to backpack vegetarian style.
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Ooh, botto, you're pretty close, actually. I'd rather build an earthship than a shack, though. I'd totally take a shack if I had a decent parcel of land to go with it. I could start a garden, too.

Too bad I don't have the money, or I take you up on your suggestion.
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One whose head is so far up their rear end it could pass for a hat; used to describe a person who is stubborn, cruel, or otherwise unpleasant to be around.

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I make a lot of soups and tortilla wraps with rice, beans, baked tofu, and greens. I also like clif bars in a pinch. I've never had a problem with food on camping trips. There is a lot out there for vegans. It's actually almost easier to backpack vegetarian style.
Mmm that sounds goooood!!
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I make a lot of soups and tortilla wraps with rice, beans, baked tofu, and greens. I also like clif bars in a pinch. I've never had a problem with food on camping trips. There is a lot out there for vegans. It's actually almost easier to backpack vegetarian style.
Tortillas and peanut butter. Plus cliff bars and grain bars. That's how you pack to go backpacking. Forget meat. Unless you have some jamaican marinaded turkey jerkey.
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Mmm that sounds goooood!!
It's easy, too. I eat really well when I go camping. I think a friend and I are going hiking next weekend. He's being gracious enough to meet halfway between us, in the Kettle Morraines. I'm excited about it. I'll have to come up with a few new things to try.
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