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11-21-2011, 04:52 AM #17
i'll throw it in because i find it humorous and want to see how she reacts.
like will she still be interested if i act my weird self.
we used to work together, saw her a month ago (she lives 2 hours away), she got way too yucky and i was like whatever, bro.
she is now asking me if i'm returning to the area for thanksgiving.
i call girls bro for my own amusement
i think girls using the word dude is case dependent leaning towards lack of vocabulary (in turn a lack of intelligence) which is a turn off
one thing to use it in your standard vernacular, another thing to throw words that have questionable use in conversation into the mix for shock value
doesn't mean friend zone -- doesn't mean she likes you either
you need to give more details than that.
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dont let all these old farts hold you back broseidon.
i call girls bro,
my old FWB would call be bro/dude but it was in a meta/joking way. i would say if thats all she ever calls you then its not good. but a 'dude' here in there is fine, i think its cute actually. lets me know they are laid back and whatever
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really depends where youre from...
but no, dude is not a bad thing, its just something someone gets used to. i've definitely said "oh dude" out of a quick reaction to a girl i was getting with- no big deal, just makes you seem more legit bc you dont give a fuk.
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My girlfriend says "man" at the end of her sentences a lot e.g. C'mon man. That's basically the same as dude.♞ Misc Horse Head Crew ♞
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