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Hey sweetie my name is Rafael im 23 i live in NYC
I just want to say that there are a lot of things in our culture that are considered 'normal' that aren't neccesarily 'right'. Where you put your attention matters. Where you invest your energy matters. Do you invest your energy into what you have? Or do you invest your energy into something that is wasted time and energy else where? Passively looking at women online seems kind of like a waste and like you're not really enjoying life anyway. Looking at pretty women once-in-awhile on social media is one thing. And I do mean 'once-in-awhile'. But actively following lots of pretty women and spending lots of time on social media leads me to believe that this person isn't very interesting and doesn't have many of their own intersts or hobbies of their own. It sometimes seems like some men have made objectfying women their hobby onto itself because they have not developed who they really are and their own interests. But that doesn't really make for an interesting male partner. I've always liked guys that have had real hobbies they actually do. Alot of people have things they like but that they don't really do too often. And life gets in the way sometimes and I understand that. But when a man or woman is actually doing something they like other then just sitting in the dark playing with themselves, this makes for a more interesting partner all around. You can tell when a guy really likes something and does his hobby. It doesn't matter if he's a movie buff or reads or plays music or cooking or wood working or doing a sport or anything that shows he spends his time on more things then just stroking the one-eyes snake.
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