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1 hour ago, Mr22putt said:

You also need to qualify...lol....not all the girls want a BF.....a few simple questions will allow you to determine if these gals are in the 'buying cycle". 


Oh ya...one last piece of advice....practice your driver/tee shot a lot...all the chicks dig the LONG BALL 😂.

I’ve got two questions:

1) What kinds of questions are you talking about? Just to clarify.

2) You weren’t saying ‘long ball’ talking in just golf terms were you?? 😉

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10 minutes ago, dagolfer18 said:

I’ve got two questions:

1) What kinds of questions are you talking about? Just to clarify.

2) You weren’t saying ‘long ball’ talking in just golf terms were you?? 😉


1) There are no right or wrong questions...it always depends on the individual and situation...just have a chit chat and you can get an impression how a gal might feel about dating/relationships.

Girls like to chat/gossip...you can also find out from some of your gal pals you are close with....and find out from them if you have a chance with gal A.B, or C. etc.


2) Keep your mind out of the gutter...lol....there's a common sayin...well at least here in Canada....that...all chicks love the LONG BALL.

As I said before...being 16 is a great time in your life...go with the flow and don't over think things...just go with the flow and have FUN. 

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On 1/6/2020 at 7:42 PM, Mr22putt said:


You'll know within 2 minutes if a girl is interested in you.



Why? Because she will! A lot of guys think that they picked the woman they married. Fools! The woman picked them! 

Besides, you're 16. Don't think that the girl you start dating at that age is the one you will marry! I'm not saying it never happens, but it's rare! 

Just be honest with her and with yourself. Never be phony. If the real you doesn't agree with her, move on! Plenty of fish in the sea. 

At 16 you're looking for a girlfriend, not necessarily a soulmate! Although you might find one. 

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You just need to worry about going out and having fun with her. When she wants something more than just going out she will brought it up. You never have to do it.

If you speak about relationships in the beginning of the interaction with her she will feel that she is going to loose her freedom with you and she will run away.

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