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  1. 7 hours ago, CamelKnight said:

    Depends on your age. If you went to school somewhere way off but you're still a minor, I'd understand the parents.

    If you're an adult, living on your own and, very important, providing for yourself then you should definately tell your parents to mind their own business. You're a grown up, so own up.

     

    What do you mean went to school somewhere way off? Like a boarding school?


  2. severus: good luck finding a Asian boyfriend with that friends poster lolol...

    She is probably not going for Asian boyfriends..

     

    Okay but I mean white males average about 5'9-510 (1.77m-1.78m) so it's still under 6' get it?

    When you set your requirements really high, it'll be wayyy harder to find your future spouse/bf/gf/etc...

    A much better chance than finding an Asian guy 6' and/or above...

     

    The thing is it's not just HER who wants tall guys, it's EVERY SINGLE GIRL OUT THERE on this planet maybe I'm exaggerating a tiny bit but you get the picture lol...like I go on all these dating websites and stuff and they all say they want tall guys BUT realistically speaking, a lot of guys aren't even that tall especially Asian men yet they're still able to end up finding girlfriends and wives regardless of the situation...so...these girls can set their height requirements as high as they want...it just results in them being single in the end for a loooonnnngggg time because it limits their choices by ALOT.  But then again what they listed on the dating websites is their IDEAL height and not a MINIMUM requirement get it? so I guess that's a little better.  In the end, they'll have no choice but to settle with a 5'7 or 1.70m guy which is actually considered average height for Asian men, but to women is classified as short so it's by nowhere near being short statistically speaking.  Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there aren't any tall guys around, they definitely exist but their numbers are ALOT less than guys at average height.  In other words there're WAYYYYY more Asian guys at 5'7 or 1.70m than guys at 5'11 or 1.80m get it?

    If she lives in the West, which I think she does according to some of her past posts then White males are most likely more abundant than Asian male.  She would have a larger pool to choose from. Not to mention there are other races besides White and Asian too. So it is actually not as hard as you would think. Height isn't the entire picture. I don't know why you initially think that she would go for an Asian guy.

    Honestly there are Asian, Caucasian, Black, and Hispanic guys out there. There are a lot of guys for girls to choose from. Even with a hefty height requirement (granted if they are decent looking).


  3. severus: good luck finding a Asian boyfriend with that friends poster lolol...

    She is probably not going for Asian boyfriends..

     

    Okay but I mean white males average about 5'9-510 (1.77m-1.78m) so it's still under 6' get it?

    When you set your requirements really high, it'll be wayyy harder to find your future spouse/bf/gf/etc...

    A much better chance than finding an Asian guy 6' and/or above...


  4. Meany-chan said: Well, if you mean "girls" as in teenagers or younger, then I guess they mean no immature subjects. If you're talking about women, then I would take it as politics, things happening around the world, sharing opinions on issues that affect us. Whatever subject the woman is interested in. Like me, for example, I would like to discuss the process of storytelling, what symbolism could've been in a movie, etc.


  5. UnicornGummi said: Crunchyrunchy said: [hF9] said: Dude, grow some "apples"!it's not considered childish not to want your parents to see you.In fact, my parents are not "mean" but they are old-fashioned about the dating thing, like "finish college, get a work, then you can start dating". Therefore, i was always afraid of meeting my parents when i hang out with a "guy friend". Anyways, you just want to have fun, i guess if it's not fun enough for you, break it off. I'm sure you will do the girl a favour! 
    Crunchyrunchy said:UPON FURTHER REVIEW, I have decided that termination of this relationship should only be a final option. I am open to proper and logical resolutions. I am going to have a conversation with her and hopefully we will be able to negotiate a fair settlement, but as for now I will need a back up plan in cased she refuses to budge.

    The main problem is that I don't really like hiding. I don't care if she never introduce me to her parents during the course of this "relationship" or if her parents see us.  This is not my main priority as of now. I am simply trying to assuage the tension that this is causing for the both of us.
    Now if I do have to hide every-time her parents get close then well.. That is a final resolution WHICH I AM CONSIDERING.

    Now to address some of these obstacles:

    • She doesn't drive so her parents are usually her ride.
    • We live in a city where public transportation are not widely available

    I am open to more suggestions on what to do.

    To eliminate the obvious though, I already stated that I am going to be negotiating with her. So yes, I will be going to talk with her about this problem soon when I see her.




  6. [hF9] said: Dude, grow some "apples"!it's not considered childish not to want your parents to see you.In fact, my parents are not "mean" but they are old-fashioned about the dating thing, like "finish college, get a work, then you can start dating". Therefore, i was always afraid of meeting my parents when i hang out with a "guy friend". Anyways, you just want to have fun, i guess if it's not fun enough for you, break it off. I'm sure you will do the girl a favour! 
    Crunchyrunchy said:UPON FURTHER REVIEW, I have decided that termination of this relationship should only be a final option. I am open to proper and logical resolutions. I am going to have a conversation with her and hopefully we will be able to negotiate a fair settlement, but as for now I will need a back up plan in cased she refuses to budge.

    The main problem is that I don't really like hiding. I don't care if she never introduce me to her parents during the course of this "relationship" or if her parents see us.  This is not my main priority as of now. I am simply trying to assuage the tension that this is causing for the both of us.
    Now if I do have to hide every-time her parents get close then well.. That is a final resolution WHICH I AM CONSIDERING.

    Now to address some of these obstacles:

    • She doesn't drive so her parents are usually her ride.
    • We live in a city where public transportation are not widely available

    I am open to more suggestions on what to do.

    To eliminate the obvious though, I already stated that I am going to be negotiating with her. So yes, I will be going to talk with her about this problem soon when I see her.




  7. TheJVS said:

    Crunchyrunchy

    said:

    TheJVS

    said:

    Since she doesn't know how you're feeling perhaps its time to discuss this matter with her. Since she is the one who can solve this problem for you without having to go through a break up. 
    It's not exactly your fault that you don't seem to love her enough to look past this inconvenience. Maybe there are no reasons for you to do so at this point. If she's not willing to let her parents know whats actually going on in her life and you are really bothered by her actions... then it's probably not meant to be. Say your good byes. Lots of fishies in the seaaa~

  8. TheJVS said: Since she doesn't know how you're feeling perhaps its time to discuss this matter with her. Since she is the one who can solve this problem for you without having to go through a break up. 
    It's not exactly your fault that you don't seem to love her enough to look past this inconvenience. Maybe there are no reasons for you to do so at this point. If she's not willing to let her parents know whats actually going on in her life and you are really bothered by her actions... then it's probably not meant to be. Say your good byes. Lots of fishies in the seaaa~


  9. flysolo. said: When you go talk to her, you should let her know exactly how you feel about her if you have not done so already.From there, it is up to her to make the call.
    That's the thing about this type of relationship, you are not in control
    Perhaps you might want to stay away from this one, if she was really into you, she would not let her parents to get involved in your relationship. Maybe more information? From what you've wrote I'd stay away from this one


  10. iilysium said:

    wrote:
    UPON FURTHER REVIEW, I have decided that termination of this relationship should only be a final option. I am open to proper and logical resolutions. I am going to have a conversation with her and hopefully we will be able to negotiate a fair settlement, but as for now I will need a back up plan in cased she refuses to budge.<br />

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    The main problem is that I don't really like hiding. I don't care if she never introduce me to her parents during the course of this "relationship" or if her parents see us.  This is not my main priority as of now. I am simply trying to assuage the tension that this is causing for the both of us.<br />

    Now if I do have to hide every-time her parents get close then well.. That is a final resolution WHICH I AM CONSIDERING.<br />

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    Now to address some of these obstacles:<br />

    <br />

    She doesn't drive so her parents are usually her ride.We live in a city where public transportation are not widely availableI am open to more suggestions on what to do.To eliminate the obvious though, I already stated that I am going to be negotiating with her. So yes, I will be going to talk with her about this problem soon when I see her.

  11. hishari said: Some parents are just those really nasty, judgmental ones who seem to find a million things to criticize. She said her parents are "mean" so maybe they're one of those.
    Why does she need to put in so much effort in defending you against questions like:who is he?what does he do?what college does/did he go to?what's his gpa?what's his major?is he a doctor/lawyer/engineer?does he have a phd?does he work? full time?what does he do for work?how much does he make a year?does he get benefits?how tall is he?where is his family from?is he close with his parents?does he respect his parents?ETC ETC.


  12. UPON FURTHER REVIEW, I have decided that termination of this relationship should only be a final option. I am open to proper and logical resolutions. I am going to have a conversation with her and hopefully we will be able to negotiate a fair settlement, but as for now I will need a back up plan in cased she refuses to budge.

    The main problem is that I don't really like hiding. I don't care if she never introduce me to her parents during the course of this "relationship" or if her parents see us.  This is not my main priority as of now. I am simply trying to assuage the tension that this is causing for the both of us.
    Now if I do have to hide every-time her parents get close then well.. That is a final resolution WHICH I AM CONSIDERING.

    Now to address some of these obstacles:

    • She doesn't drive so her parents are usually her ride.
    • We live in a city where public transportation are not widely available

    I am open to more suggestions on what to do.

    To eliminate the obvious though, I already stated that I am going to be negotiating with her. So yes, I will be going to talk with her about this problem soon when I see her.




  13. inxomnia said: I say break up with her. You clearly don't value the relationship enough to understand her concerns or try to communicate about it. It seems all you care about is how it would affect you and how volatile the break up would be. It just sounds like you're over the relationship at this point and frankly, I think she deserves better.

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