|Apr 20, 2012, 02:34 AM||#1|
ChefMacDaddy - If you see this post, please understand that it is nothing personal, just business.
I've been reading this users post and I haven't laughed like this for years.
Here are some classics
Single Heterosexual Catholic Male Has Bought the MBP!
Hi guys, I would firstly like to thank everyone who helped me make the decision on my previous forum. I have made my decision and have bought it early due to move-in-day.
I have decided to go with a 15" MBP!
After settling in and meeting my male roommate for the first time, I also compared his notebook with mine. I'm very glad to say that he has bought a 13" Macbook Air, so I will not be the homosexual when people come in our dorm. I got the high-resolution 15" so I will still be seen as the manly one.
I haven't used this machine a lot, I have only used it for some of the freshman activities. I feel that carrying this laptop will be a pain in my back after a while, but will be well worth it for when lectures begin. I did see the comments about taking notes with pen and paper, but come on guys, I bought this 2K machine to be able to show it to my colleagues, not my cats back at home. After going to NJ, I don't know if there are many Catholic girls my parents will approve of, which is a bummer, but I'm here to study! Not meet a potential wife.
I haven't been satisfied with the 15" MBP, I find that my wrists hurt after an hour of use due to the sharp edges, and the speakers aren't really too good on it. So I decided that I'll continue to use my old HP Envy in my dorm and just take my MBP to local gatherings and lectures.
Hopefully my colleagues won't think I'm not normal for having an anti-glare screen with the silver border.
Anyways, thanks again. Best wishes.
After starting college, I've noticed that I'm having trouble finding a girlfriend, or a friend that's a girl for that matter. My best friend, who is also my roommate has already found a suitable girl. I'm living in NJ so it's not the most conservative place. I bought a Macbook Pro in order to impress others, but that has been no help. So I decided to start buying designer clothing and Lacoste shoes, but I don't think that has helped too much. I'm fit and an extremely attractive guy, ask anyone, yet, I can not find anyone!
I am not picky at all. I just need a female who shares my religious beliefs and is decent looking.
I'm writing about this because in high school I had many girlfriends, sure they only lasted a few weeks on average, but hey, it counts. Now that I'm in college, I find that all the girls are "looser" but none of them want to be with me for some reason. I've bought expensive toys, new outfits, but I can't reel anyone in. Anytime I ask out a girl, which I have done about 5 times now, they have the same response... either that they are not interested, or that I'm not their type. What's up with that? I am good looking! They should be considered lucky to even be in the same room with me, it was like winning the lottery to be able to kiss me in high school. So what if the girls I broke up with said I was heart-less, that was only their perspective of things. There's absolutely nothing wrong with me, it has always been the girl. I am a great guy when I find a girl interesting!!! I can even cook! I am a catch.
I'm finding it hard to adapt to the single life now... So anyone on MacRumors who is single and in the NJ, 07205 area please give me a shot, I'm a really great guy. (As long as you meet my criteria located in my signature)
Thanks for listening to my problems. I just needed to vent since my roommate who's taken won't understand. College has been hard for me.
I can add pictures if anyone's interested.
Hello Mac Enthusiasts.
I was wondering what kind of car you would recommend for a:
-Young (Style is always appreciated, no hatchbacks and wagons please)
-Single (Prefer a coupe)
-Straight (No VW Beetles or Miatas please)
-Caucasian (Speaks for itself)
-Male (No minivans please, I'm not looking to be a soccer mom) (Sporty)
-I'm also Catholic, but I think that's irrelevant when looking for a car. So that's not really important.
My budget is $5000 and I plan on driving it for 2-4 years. This would be my first car.
I'm looking for a car no older than 2000 and it must last me for the duration I plan on using it for. Also, I want to be able to buy the suggested model with less than 120k on it. I'd appreciate it if you could keep that in mind.
A car I really would like but is a reach on my budget is an BMW E46 Series Ci (coupe). Those usually require $6000+ though.
Thanks in advance.
In a Relationship, 18, Male, †, Caucasian, 5'10", Athletic Build, $$$.
Mechanical Engineering, Rutgers University.
Still taking offers from Single Catholic Women.
Keep PM'ing Me.
It's my first day on this forum and I have never been on a funnier one in my life! He is saying how important it is to be a catholic and then while he has a relationship he's still looking for more women! And here is a photo of Mac Daddy:
So here are a few beliefs of mac daddy:
13" macs are gay
Being a catholic makes a difference to what computer you buy - there are no "catholic approved" macs!
Racist (As seen on the Caucasian (Speaks for itself) post)
-I'm also Catholic, but I think that's irrelevant when looking for a car. So that's not really important. - SO WHY DID YOU SAY IT!?
I'm very confused with this member, can someone help me out?
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I personally am on your side in thinking that he isn't liked, but this could be seen as a personal attack. You may have unleashed a beast.
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|Apr 20, 2012, 03:06 AM||#7|
Your whole agenda is to mock him.