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Yep, thanks. And by "guys like him" I only mean men who think women alone in public must be wanting to be hit on, or more generally, with the mentality that leads to this type of nonsense. I'm only playing devil's advocate based on his silly remark about "special flowers". I hope I haven't said anything offensive to men in general, as it wasn't my intent.
i note how many times i get told on this forum that i conform to certain stereotypes, yet i note that everyone here is conforming hugely to the INTJ stereotype (to a much greater extent than I reckon most of them do in real life). i don't really consider myself in terms of my age actually, though i do notice changes in social patterns amongst my peers which i can only attribute to linear shifts between life stages.
haha! it's a strange obsession, that I didn't have at all before I did my own washing! Your girlfriend is reaching that stage early in the process! ha.
yes, me too. you know what I just found myself wishing I could do - sit and watch Grand Designs. I don't even remember liking it when I used to watch it, but it just seems like a nice cosy thing to do. Too busy for cosy, now!
ha, yeah, i did 4 loads of washing, cleaned the sink and hoovered my room. rock n roll. i know 2 people who have cleaned ovens, and noone who has had any fun. I think the late twenties are when you start savouring days off to get boring practical stuff done. i, for example, am disproportionately happy about the smell of fabric conditioner on my sheets.