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There have been 16 items by highlanders
(Search limited from 22-January 19)
I haven't read the books but I get the feeling Cersei's prophecy is totally going to happen. Myrcella is practically screwed. Tommen is a weak as hell. Joffrey was an [wagon] but you gotta appreciate that he would have cut off the heads of every one of the sparrows that had disrespected him.
Nah, you are misunderstanding me, Low; I met him online.
I'm not really comfortable with asking someone about their relationship status, because that's fairly personal information, and I think a lot of people would feel offended if somebody asked personal questions like that right off the bat.
If I ask him if he's single, it's pretty much guaranteed he would know why I ask. Don't want him to feel like I'm going too fast... give it enough time to let the both of us know more about each other, you know.
Men don't understand subtle hints. Tell him how you feel in the plainest words possible.
I'd be shocked if he got offended that you asked his relationship status. "How dare you LIKE ME?!" Hell most guys get flattered when gay men hit on them, I think you're in the clear.
The guy might not even understand that you like him from your asking his relationship status. In fact, it's a high possibility. Subtlety doesn't work.
I think it's a case of certain women being brought up to feel ashamed about their own sexual desire and projecting out their insecurity onto so called slutty women. Kind of like those politicans who are aggressively involved in anti-gay campaigns, to an almost suspicious degree, and then later get caught with their pants down bonking a man haha
Girls want sex just as much as guys, but with men typically being dominant and women being typically submissive you need to run the show. I've lost track of the fun I could have had by being more assertive. Women like sex. If they don't have it with you they will have it with someone else. If they aren't, they are probably secretly wishing someone had the balls to make a move. (It just occurred to me that some people reading this may be in high school, people in general are less comfortable with sex then and I'm referring to over 18s)
I think part of that is due to the slut stigma. Women are not afforded the socially acceptable opportunity to aggressively initiate. It's quite sad really. By being assertive you're giving her an opportunity she was uncomfortable grasping on her own. If the stigma didn't exist, I think a lot of women would naturally take the assertive role.
Out of context micro-payments quote aside, I'm far more interested in the fact Cousens was accused of corporate fraud, pocketing a 800,000$ "bonus" while Acclaim was going bankrupt. I can't find any information on how the lawsuit was settled. Then he goes on to join codemasters as CEO, does well for a while, until things start taking a nosedive and keep getting worse for years. This guy leaves destruction in his wake and Runescape is his next plaything, I think you should be worried.