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  1. Mandy

    Dating - I love the way you swipe

    This really is a major obstacle in dating - getting to know someone in a set amount of time to find out whether there is any chemistry. I also find myself becoming more attracted to someone physically once I begin to like their personality, so the online dating formats such as Tinder or OKCupid really end up selling themselves short because they are based on your initial assessment of their appearance rather than almost anything else. In the end, this is why I have found myself more likely to become interested in someone I meet in other ways, like gaming, rather than a dating site because I got to know them first.
  2. I wish I could be the one who tells George about this theory so I can see the look on his face when he hears it Thanks for the laughs, and for including me.
  3. Many of us were here before that, I joined in 2001. It's just that 2005 is when we switched over to this forum.
  4. Mandy

    Dating - I love the way you swipe

    Oh Theda I'm pretty sure I'm never going to grow up completely
  5. Mandy

    Dating - I love the way you swipe

    Oh wow. Years later this thread is still going, nice to see it. A friend of mine told me people aren't mentally fully developed until the age of 25, so as long as they're 25, it's fine. I think age doesn't matter so much depending on the person, but also think there are plenty of people over the age of 25 who don't seem very well mentally developed lol
  6. Take care of the demons :P <3

  7. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    I may pick up that Queen Betsy recommendation in the future. Glad to get recommendations, as always! I have to say, I enjoyed the first couple of the Mercy Thompson series more than the last couple. The claiming of the city felt like an after thought, something thrown in, and by comparison, the use of the same plot device by the Kate Daniels series really made so much more sense. It just could have been done better is all. I like the Alpha Omega books by Patricia Briggs better at this point.
  8. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    Yeah... I enjoyed HL, but I hear you - it didn't quite bring back Trent/Rachel flashbacks, but I definitely see how it could.
  9. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    Awesome. Thanks bunches, guys!
  10. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    My standards are falling here. SOMEONE GIVE ME A BOOK REC, STAT!
  11. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    He didn't kidnap her because he liked her though. It wasn't in a creepy "I like you, I want to dominate you" kind of creepy thing at least. He wanted to question her and get answers as to who she was working for because she was investigating the same thing he was. And she did end up kind of beating him magically when she shouldn't have been able to do so... and they did end up being on the same side... yeah ok sdo maybe I'm glossing over that small part. At least he didn't call her his slave and think about raping her *dies, ded*
  12. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    Depends on how concerned you are about your Google history haha Really? Dude in Hidden Legacy didn't quite come across that way to me, but something about the Alphaholes Ilona Andrews writes usually don't trigger my desire to murder Do you recommend it?
  13. Mandy

    Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance v. 3.0

    I feel you. I am currently without a series and I'm sad.