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Dealing with the “player” perception

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Dealing with the “player” perception
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mASF post by "OceanEyes"
posted on: mASF forum: General Discussion newsgroup, May 5, 2005

On 5/16/05 9:48:00 AM, Canes wrote:
>On 5/16/05 2:03:00 AM, bmpwe wrote:
>>To myself, I don't feel like
>>I'm becoming a "player" -- I'm
>>just dating around like any
>>other single 22 year old
>>college student should. Now,
>>I'm not normally a person who
>>cares what others think about
>>me, I'm just worried that this
>>perception may cause
>>difficulty later on with
>The player perception being an obstacle
>is something more important to you in
>your mind than it is in real life, to

I will second this from a conversation I had with
a chick who ljbf-ed me last year, but determined
I was "secret society" within 2 minutes of running
into her last week. She is on the prowl (cougar!)
for good men, so I told her that some of the local
playboys and pickup_artists/">pickup artists hang at a certain
bar on Monday nights. Her words: "I don't care if
a guy is a player as long as he is honest about it."

Run with it dude.


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