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    HAHAHAHA! you crack me up. i tend to enjoy southern men or men who have the southern mentality. i'm quite a traditional girl, actually, so i like the whole look of a guy from the south. if he has a little accent, that's even better. this guy had the accent, the look, AND the terrible pick up line.

    josh, you're totally right about the women there--everyone is so put together. they all have this wonderful curled hair that's all big. they definitely have pageant syndrome down there. i feel totally under-done when i'm there. haha.

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    You know, I've lived in the South for over 20 years, and still the southern accent kinda bothers me. I'm originally from Ohio, and I've kept that boring Midwestern dialect. Although it is nice down here when men DO hold the door open for you, and it's considered rude if you don't acknowledge people on the street when you walk past them (at the very least smile and nod, if not say "Hello" or "Good morning). Charleston ain't rated the #1 friendliest city in the country for nothin'! It should be easy to meet guys here when you're a 20-something, but my lifestyle while I'm in school is very...monastic, and sometimes I feel like all the book learning is intimidating to most guys around here, so that makes me less attractive. Sniffle.

    Whenever I want an ego-boost, I go do my work at the library at the Citadel (my MA program is a joint program between the Citadel and another school). There you have all the cadets who haven't seen a woman NOT in uniform in months. Wear a v-neck and they gawk, and they also stand there holding the library door open for you before you've even gotten out of your car. Granted, they stare pretty unabashedly at a particular area of my torso that is not generally a PC place to stare at, but, hey, they're sweet.

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    Citadel? Weird... that is what security company I work for... even though I work AT a Fed Ex.

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    Yeah, I know it's weird. I'm getting a degree from a military college and I don't even need to wear a uniform.

    My brother graduated from West Point - he never stops making fun of me.

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    <-- Is standing at attention and will be holding the door for ANY lady regardless.


    That is just me of course.



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    Hey dudes from Ohio cant hold doors open because we cant figure them out....I mean do you push or do you pull?........At least we try ;)

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    Hahahahahhahahahahah!

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    LMAO!


    :fenster:

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    Josh - Around here, they actually put up signs that tell you whether to push or pull. I feel that's awfully considerate. Ohio should really get with the program.

    My cat seems to think that if you stare at the door long enough, it'll open by itself, but I think that's a very inefficient system.

    The last time I got hit on was by my friend's "friend with benefits" a few months back. I thought he was a tool the moment I met him, although he was pretty excited that I was a Capricorn because I'm apparently the perfect astrological match to his Virgo self. At one point that night he put his hand on my thigh, at which point I turned to him, deadpan, and calmly said, "Please don't ever touch me again." This all happened in front of my friend at the time. She thought it was hilarious, and he's been terrified of me ever since.

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    Yay! Capricorns! I'm a cappie too.

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