I think people should be less cautious about what they say. This does not mean be a dick and intentionally offend people but don’t walk around on eggshells with your humour. It’s insulting to think that telling an Essex girl joke within earshot of an actual Essex girl is going to make her spontaneously combust in outrage. Same goes with mentioning sex to anyone. The unconscious belief some reference to screwing is going to mentally scar some prude somewhere is laughable. Everybody who thinks like this, grab some balls and unleash your inner Dr House.
I am a romantic, I can’t deny. Rare would be the month when I wouldn’t do SOMETHING considered romantic for you. I am like this because I know a steady stream of romance helps keep a girl in a good mood and not pissed off at me. Or at least her saying “you never do anything special for me” will have less merit. I do like giving massages and I like to think I’m very good at them. I hate the whole dating game. All the "what we can say, what we can't say" thing. It's all tricks and manipulation. I have decided I'm going to be who I am and if some girls aren't interested by that fair enough.
I'm actually looking for a relationship. Shocking, I know, a guy coming right out and saying it. In modern society it seems you can admit that you're into Nazi sadomasochism (I'm not) and no one bats an eyelid. Tell them that you want a committed, loving relationship and girls seem to back away nervously. Ideally, I'm looking for someone to point out my faults with a smile. Maybe watch the odd movie with me and complain that the main actress looks too thin to be attractive. And also, if possible, laugh at my jokes in that its-not-really-that-funny-but-I'll-laugh-because-you-look-so-enthused kind of laugh. You interested?
Debates are fun, arguments are boring. Stay away from religion, it’s the devil’s work and remember that no one expects the Spanish Inquisition!