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You Know You Are Dating a LEBANESE Man When...

Relationships do the arab guys who break up with their western girlfriends all of a sudden regret it later on? I have read many experiences about arab men dating western women, sometimes for years, but never say a word to their family about them and then at graduation referring to students mostly they leave them because their family either has some marriage set up for them or they didn't really see it happening. Seriously you invested years of your life just to throw it in the trash can? Why can't some of you just be honest about your intentions instead of wasting so much time and crushing the girl's feelings? There are many people okay with a temporary companionship in the west, why don't you discuss this vs pretending? How do you live with yourself if you know it wasn't going to go anywhere?

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For Guys: How To Write A Good Online Dating Profile

Most men have a very hard time figuring out what to write about themselves on a dating site, much less doing it in a way that women find irresistible. The majority never get it right. On the other hand, when you write a compelling profile, you can watch messages from high-quality women pile up in your inbox, and fill your dating calendar like clockwork. How do we know the profiles really attract beautiful women? We handle the messages and set up the dates too!

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Secrets to Date & Value Antique Furniture by Dr. Lori

It could be a pretty nice Colonial Revival chest or desk or dresser, in excellent condition, that catches your fancy. Whether it matters is a concern for another day. Today the discussion is just on determining the originality of hardware. Since changing or altering hardware is one of the quickest and cheapest ways of improving the look of an otherwise-bland piece, the pulls are always suspect, especially if they look really good. Early 18th century hardware was cast from molten brass using molds made of sand. The backs of this type of hardware were often left with the impression of the sand while the faces were polished. Around the middle of the 18th century the customary blend of copper and zinc was changed to include more copper, giving the alloy more of a reddish cast than the pale yellow brass used for hardware earlier in the century.

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