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so I'm a twenty-one year old art student and basically I'm trying to break into mainstream America and it's snazzy dating scene.
Unfortunately, I've got a few issues that I'd like your insight on.
If I tell you that I like a certain band and you spend the next five minutes telling me that you hate them and why.
You're going to make me feel like my opinion isn't valid and I'll likely feel like you're talking down to me and making fun of me.
I'm sure you can understand how someone can get that opinion. To process those feelings, I probably need a little space sometimes. Our hands are for creating things, not looking pretty. In fact, I've probably had all lengths and all colors in my hair at one point. I will never have a manicure that lasts more than a few hours. My appearance is an extension of my creativity so expect me to take serious style risks! Also, know that no matter what you think of it, I will try every hair length and hair color I can think of. So call me a rare flower or even a friggin' thumbprint — anything that has no duplicate is all right by me. Emily's Take: When reading your e-mail you made sure to tell me all of the things that you don't like and hardly anything that you do.I imagine that's the real reason that you're having trouble breaking into "mainstream America's dating scene." I have gone on dates with people that automatically tell me everything they hate and it is such a turn off.
Men loved to be wooed, just like women do, so you can use your skills to make him go absolutely crazy for you. Here are some of the biggest advantages artistic women have in the dating world: When you're creative, your brain is always thinking of new ways to spice up your routine.