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Plus, when you're screening every member of the opposite sex for desirable life partner traits, it kind of takes the fun out of dating, or most forms of social interaction for that matter.Reason #6 - The Sisterhood of the Traveling Gossip Pants People, they talk. They talk about guys at church and whether or not it would be a good idea to date them.

This person needs to have goals and aspirations of some kind.

My character will strangely adapt and change, relative to those I'm around so I'm preferring someone who has a zest for life rather than purely quiet and introverted (which is how I get if alone for too long). It could be going to a concert, a movie, a fancy restaurant/fast food, or out door activities, shopping, wandering the town, or at home stuff.

It's just that, if you like them, they probably don't like you, and vice versa.

When girls complain that, "No one asks me out," what they really mean is "No one cute (or that I like) has asked me out." I theorize that, realistically, there are one or two girls or guys everyone wants to date.

(Of course, then he goes and says something that could be construed as insensitive and we all take a vow of celibacy and/or continue to hold out for Ryan Gosling.) It's brutal. Guys I barely know have sought me out at church in order to sit next to me. Perhaps there's something about singing "Blessed Be Your Name" next to someone that really clinches whether you should spend the rest of your life with them. Reason #8 - The Insta-Wife [Add one heaping tablespoon Jesus and stir] Church engagements are known for being criminally short. Soon after becoming someone's insta-girlfriend or boyfriend you are this close to becoming someone's insta-husband or wife. "Wow, that was a really great sermon--I really felt like God was speaking to me about---whoa, that guy in the plaid is hott! This reason alone should be enough for you to never think of, or even CONSIDER dating someone who goes to your church.

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