By dead - 09/03/2010 00:49 - Canada
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...and he let's them flirt with you why??? Sounds like he doesn't have the confidence to be with a girl like you... Keep searching, there are guys who wouldn't let that happen out there...of course there are also guys who are too protective... i'm sure it will work out for you in the end :-)
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Why didn't he marry you? If he got you a big rock, then most guys (decent ones, at least) would back off. On another note - I totally sympathize. My boyfriend always gets frustrated because TONS of guys flirt with me and ask me out. I think when you add guys' fragile self esteems to that, its tough on any guy with a super attractive girlfriend. Not saying it was right that he broke up with you for that, of course... You can't help your looks. Find a more confident guy. :)
So... He should marry her because he's insecure? A lot of guys won't care if she's married anymore than they do now. He just needs some self-esteem. I've dated a couple girls who always got hit on, and I get hit on a lot, but we both knew that we could trust each other no matter who flirted with either. It's just a matter of not letting your insecurities affect the way you see your significant other. Or OP could date guys who are more attractive than she =P I dated girls less attractive back in high school when I was insecure =D
umm... why would guys ask out a girl they know is in a relationship? i mean like, random guys flirting i can understand.... but after a while when guys flirt with me i just say "sorry, i have a boyfriend." and they'll either stop flirting with me or continue flirting... but wouldn't go so far as to ask me out.
would you rather have people be utterly creeped out and disgusted by your significant other, or be attracted to their good looks and charm? stfu and choose. I'm not upset when women look at my husband in THAT way. he's good looking and he's got great personality. if anything, it's flattering to me, because he's faithful and mine!
From what I can tell, Luce is not ugly, but I have to admit I find it a little difficult to believe "TONS" of guys hit on her. Exaggeration, maybe? Maybe just wrong wording. I know an absolutely GORGEOUS woman who gets hit on often, but "tons" is even strong for HER. BTW, snickerdoodles is a fuckin idiot.
Really? This many people are conceited? Some guys like having a pretty girlfriend to make other guys jealous, and if they trust you enough, it would never be an issue. That being said, I really hope some of you ladies aren't as vapid as you sound. "I'm so pretty. It's hard for my boyfriend to be with me." I feel bad. Really. I do.
Yeah, I agree. It actually makes people less attractive when they go on and on about how beautiful they are. You can be confident, but to say "TONS of guys want me omggg" is annoying. Everyone is flirted with. It depends on how you respond. I am completely dismissive sometimes, or I mention my boyfriend because that's what makes him comfortable. My boyfriend is flirted with too, and it bothers me some, but I know he'd rather be with me than anyone else in the world. I guess the OP's ex bf lacked the needed trust. It's tough when most people don't respect if you're in a relationship or not.
I find it HILARIOUS that the girls on here are trying to reason that the boy may simply be insecure, and then they cite personal experience to bolster their arguments. Then, these morons (like 94) get mad and say something to the affect of, "Well, you shouldn't go around saying that you are beautiful all the time." Note the important words: ALL THE TIME. As in, it's O.K. to do it sometimes (for example: to make a POINT in a related discussion) but not to do it all the time. This would be fine to say, if he weren't referring to people who did exactly NOT the thing he's complaining that these selfsame people did. It's as if somewhere in the back of his mind, he subconsciously knew his argument was balderdash, so he slightly altered the wording so that it really did not apply to the very people he is clearly castigating.
He sounds brilliant.
too bad you're ugly