Here's an easy first step, wear clothes that fit and compliment your body. Baggy clothes and poor fashion choices are unbecoming to most women given their inherent nature to care about their own looks thanks to pop culture. Women don't want men who care more about their looks than they do, but grooming and some nice clothes go a long way in meeting women.
Beyond that, have some character and personality. Easier said than done, but once you get them interested at the first impression, your wit and charm are going to keep them interested.
Nope didn't ask a specific question. I was waiting for someone to answer so that I'd know I could ask something. I didn't wanna end up talking to myself
I'd love to send him to MFF but it is really too far away for us. They also just merged with CT Yankees so the future of that team is unknown. Lot of politics going on from what I have been hearing.
Wow I'm surprised I never heard of Riverbank? What league do they play in?
Right now I've been considering putting him to the Bayonne Rangers program or to Icehouse in Hackensack. Both supposedly do a great job with the youngsters.
Riverbank generally schedules twenty or so non league games and then a tournament or two. The schedules a little different for the younger age groups, but I was on the ice 4 times a week, $200 is a steal for that. You could even put him on another team in addition to Riverbank. The Avalanche play out of the Icehouse right? That's an awesome program.
I go to Baruch and commute every day. It sucks but it's a good school so I'll deal.
I used to work there way back when at the pool. With my current luck with interviews it looks like ill be working there again after Labor Day.
Ive had so many interviews, and I always feel like I nail them, and then I get the you're a great fit for the company, but this job may not be interesting enough for you line. Then they keep my resume on file, and of course you dont hear back from em.
Got a phone interview in about 10 mins, so maybe my luck will change.
Anyway their apartment is in Endicott--in that area behind that long line of strip malls. Binghamton is a really good school and only about an hour away from us. Haven't seen much of her this summer though as she's working all the time.
University Plaza. Off campus apartment housing. Built 8 years ago. She's probably in an apartment up Vestal pkwy - the "safe" area
Time for some dating advice, I feel like I didn't do this right... Please answer people, I need
I'm right with ya, bud. Anyone out in SI, BK, or North NJ wanna hang out and help this guy (me) find a date lol? I feel like I gotta do this before hockey season starts (also before I get too old haha).
This summer has made me realize how much I dislike college. So far to me, it's been like a glorified high school. So many unbearable people. After spending basically 4 months with my best friends straight it's going to be hard to go back and not hate everybody.
I'm just glad my roommates are really cool or else i'd be absolutely miserable. Hopefully sophomore year I meet some cool people and finally get some good classes, but freshman year would've sucked if not for like 5 people I met.
I felt the same way my freshman year, except I commuted to school all four years. For me it sucked hearing all of my friends talk about how much fun they were having in school, while I was living at home commuting every day. After that I liked it more though, especially from Junior year on.
It seems quite a few of you guys are into classic rock and the like. Do you guys have any love for the newer generation of music like Breaking Benjamin? Chevelle, Disturbed, Tool (not new but more recent than LedZep), Trapt, etc. Any bands of that nature?
I saw The Dark Knight Rises a couple of days ago, it was amazing. Seeing it again tomorrow. In my opinion, the only trilogy that tops Batman is the Godfather trilogy (with the third one being pretty damn crappy too).