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1242 days ago

Sure, unless it is in the context of test results for certain sexually transmitted conditions.

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1247 days ago

I live life with an insanely positive outlook. People who can't deal with this just don't hang around, mostly of their own accord. I've cut a few people off, but most find their own way out, even if it involves forcing my hand on something. More casual acquaintances just drift off, it seems. Negativity is the thing that I suppose I'm outgrowing. It is tiring and leads people to do some pretty mean shit. I'll drop the hammer on deserving motherfuckers, but I'm done looking for it.

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1247 days ago

Particularly if the similar interest is performing acrobatic sexual acts in the public arena.

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1247 days ago

Particularly if you are planning on performing acrobatic sex acts in the public arena.

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1247 days ago

Particularly, well, you know.

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1247 days ago

If one's significant other is able to work and is employed, then that should count.

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1247 days ago

Similar interests are always a good thing to have in common. However, sometimes a relationship can feel more like a friendship, so other things are important too.

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1247 days ago

A great start, but hardly a finish. I've had similar interests with women that didn't exactly make the final cut.

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1247 days ago

I imagine that "Trust" isn't included on this list because Minkey considered it as a given.

But, "Compatibility" is what it all comes down do, right? Whisk all of the other items on this list together like spices in a dry rub and you may find a compatible partner. And maybe not. I'm a firm believer that all things...including relationships...last only as long as they are supposed to last, but there is one thing that can make for a stronger relationship: discussing expectations.

I always likened meeting someone new to what it would be like to meet an alien. You know very little about them; it's all a big mystery. At first there may be fear and trepidation. You don't know what they like or don't like. You don't know what their intentions are. Can you trust them? You don't know how intelligent, or how kind they may be. You don't know if they are thoughtful, or what their sexual preferences are. You don't know if they have a sense of adventure or even a sense of humor. You don't know if they are attracted to you (often the minute they open their mouth and say something you can determine whether there is some attraction or not). And on and on down the list.

This can apply to almost all relationships. When someone is looking to get hired, for instance, things will get off to a solid start if both parties establish expectations. "This is what I expect from you and what you can expect from me." Might seem awkward in a potentially romantic relationship, but will prevent many more awkward moments down the road, if there is a road, at all. Better to find out sooner than later, right? I'm not implying that you should interview someone on the first date, but if you feel that there is potential there, give it a shot at some point. You wouldn't wing the ingredients for a dry rub on a fine Delmonico Steak, would you? Follow a proven recipe.

Oh Yah, that Alien. You tell the Alien that you expect it to be kind to you and that if it hurts you, you will leave. As the Alien slowly raises its right appendage, you hear a low, high-pitched sound that gets louder and louder as the appendage rises. It's, then, aimed straight at you and you see three green dots on your chest, when the Alien speaks:

"Don't worry, human, I am not going to hurt you. Not like the other ones did. Noooooooo, I'm going to show you whole new levels of physical and emotional pain."

Ooops! Too late to run.

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1248 days ago

I'm pretty sure the listmaker was going for something like, similar lifestyle habits when it comes to health, but wasn't sure how to word it. I think if someone likes the idea of deep friend oreos with pepsi's as a snack, and the other would prefer some quinoa with sliced cucumber, it might lead to some disagreements. Or if one partner is a big drinker, and the other is a tea-totaller, someone would have to make some lifestyle adjustments. I could see differences working out here but it would take the right type of couple.

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