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If a girl uses your name after she writes you something does it mean she likes you?

If a girl uses your name after she writes you something does it mean she likes you? Topic: How to write a happy birthday on facebook
July 17, 2019 / By Aislinn
Question: Okay, this girl that I like who has flirted with me in the past will use my name after she comments me on facebook an what not. Then there is my friend that tries to hit on her but she doesn't flirt back. Anyways, I notice for example when she wished me a happy birthday it was HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOJO! =P. But when she wished him one it was just HAPPY BDAY! Now I'm not just talking about this tha twas just an example. I know it sounds weird but I heard when a girl likes you they usually put your name after they say something to you. So girls, when you like a guy do you put his name after you send him something and for guys you don't like do you just write whatever you wanted to say? Well she has done other things like write "Hi Jojo <3" in my phone and once wiped hot sauce off my face, oh and took a burrito of mine when I wasn't looking and put it in her purse(it was wrapped)
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Traherne Traherne | 9 days ago
She seems to be flirting, but she could do that to everyone. If you want to find out, ask her to hangout sometime. Then seee how she acts when you two are alone together! :) Good luck! Maybe you can help me? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
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Traherne Originally Answered: A question for the men. What do you think of a girl who writes you poetry and/or love letters?
I think that's totally hot. Seriously. For a woman to take that time and thought, to put it into words and on paper, is very flattering. To me, this can be one of the best gifts I can get from a woman I care for. It beats the hell out of a tie, new underwear or a giftcard to our favorite restuarant. Personally, this has happened to me. Of course she did not want to be there when I 'discovered' the poem hidden in a book she had bought for me as a gift. Understandbly, it is laying out your heart and soul for someone and to be there if and when these captured thoughts are delivered could be devasting to the poet if they're aren't accepted properly. What I did was buy a nice frame and put the poem up on my wall, didn't say anything, and let her notice on her own. One word... Fireworks.
Traherne Originally Answered: A question for the men. What do you think of a girl who writes you poetry and/or love letters?
Knowing the person you love feels so much for you is the best thing in the world, letters are great cos they can be kept and especially if your partner isnt the most emotional speaker, when they write you somehting like that it means a whole lot. So go for it.
Traherne Originally Answered: A question for the men. What do you think of a girl who writes you poetry and/or love letters?
well that's a little tough to say. For me I would only pretend to like it. My wife buys me these long card full of mussy poams. My eyes glaze over and brain shuts down. I just end up staring at it and say aww that is nice. I am just glad there is no quiz about what it says.

Redmund Redmund
This isn't a "yes" or "no" kind of answer... a name is just plain more personal. She could like you, but just that isn't enough to tell.
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Redmund Originally Answered: Does anyone here watch Girl Writes What's videos on youtube? she gives commentary on feminism?
I'll ignore Jessica's derailment and focus on the question you asked. I watch all her videos. I find her to be a good help to the men's rights movement. That video shot by JtO really shines a light on the delusions and victim mentalities feminists are getting increasingly popular for. "this poster traimatizes you?" "yes it does" Lmao. Maybe the ailment of feminism is more akin to brain damage than anyone thought.
Redmund Originally Answered: Does anyone here watch Girl Writes What's videos on youtube? she gives commentary on feminism?
Sure. She thinks lots of women want to be hit and the problem with our culture is that men think they can't hit women, so men bottle it up and then beat the living hell out of women. All because they couldn't just slap their woman every once in awhile, like God intended. In other words, she uses abuser's logic. http://www.reddit.com/r/FeMRA/comments/y... ADD: By the by, notice she is discussing an article called "The Necessity of Domestic Violence" here. That article is an interesting read as well, if you think women are "chimps" who need to be beaten. But Girl Writes What thinks that article is just fine! Do you like her because of that too, John? Or is it all the racism she likes to sprinkle in as well? I know you're an open and proud racist. ADD: Not quite, John. You are being very deceptive. When she says "That's pretty much it." She's agreeing with this:"Correct me if I'm wrong, but a good summary of what you're saying is "Violence isn't right but a slap here and there is better than the guy taking all of her nagging and exploding in such a way that he beats her within an inch of her life". Which was a summary by someone else of what she writes first: I used to live under a young couple with a baby. I'd listen as she followed him from room to room upstairs, stomping, slamming things, throwing things, screaming. After about an hour, he'd eventually hit her, and everything would go quiet. An hour after that, they'd be out with the baby in the stroller, looking perfectly content with each other. A man I know who has experience with men in abusive relationships would get his clients to answer a questionare. Things like, "after the violence, did you have sex?" "If so, how would you rate the sex?" 100% of men in reciprocally abusive relationships said "yes" to the first, and "scorching" to the second. He also posited that the much-quoted cycle of violence--the build-up, the explosion, the honeymoon period--correlates with foreplay, orgasm and post-coital bliss. Erin Pizzey called it "consensual violence", and said in the main, that was the type she'd see at her shelter. It is also the type that results in the most severe injuries in women, surprise surprise, likely because our "never EVER hit a woman" mentality has those men waiting until they completely lose control of their emotions before giving their women what they're demanding. The DV in Sleeping with the Enemy is the most rare form out there, half as common as "matriarchal terrorism", and injuries are typically less severe. It's seriously foolish to treat all cases like the most rare type, and refuse to address women's instigation and participation in violence. I don't really find too much in the article that strikes me as seriously ethically questionable. DV isn't pretty. Neither is the article.

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