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posted by karolinak1999
The Key To Speed Dating

The key to speed dating is being honest and asking the right maswali of your partner. What are some good speed dating questions?

The types of maswali wewe ask depends on the type of person wewe are and the type of person you’re looking for.

There are a few unique maswali that I’ve had success with, and work no who wewe are au who you’re looking for. Start out with some of these zaidi generic maswali before turning the conversation to your specific personality type.

“You’re cooking chajio, chakula cha jioni for a friend and wewe burned the main course. What do wewe do?”
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I'm a girl and I have a crush on this guy. I'm in school 5th grade. Here's how it works. Make sure wewe have post-its. When she au he is not looking grab the post it and pit your number on it. Don't put your name on it! Put it in his au her desk. Then when they see it make sure they don't know its you. Say that it is your friend. (Yes wewe have to lie.) Tell him au her not to call wewe just say to text. That is better off. If your name is in your voicemail change it. When he texts wewe say that is your friend. When you're ready ask him au her out. If they say no say how about some other time. Then continue from there. If they say yes then wewe should tell them who it really is. This happened to me and it worked he is dating someone else but I didn't ask him out yet. I'm have a plan. I hoped this helped!
Hello! Im in middle school, and my parents are strict! I learned the hard way on this, but then again I have smart parents!

1- Do Not Tell Siblings
My siblings decided to turn on me! I made the courageous desicion to tell my Brother and Sister, and they got mad and ratted me out!

2- Do Not Say wewe Are Ready To Go Back To School!
I told my mom that i was ready to go back to school! I alisema that i missed my friends! I made her very suspicious, but she didnt catch on until my brother and sister told her!

3- Do Not Text Around Your Parents
I started texting my boyfriend when my mom didnt know! She always was asking," Who u texting?" i always told her my friend!

After they know, DO NOT invite him over!!

My step-dad asked me (after he found out) when i was inviting him over! he then told me he had some guns that need cleaned! I said," Really?? Never!!"

I regret telling my siblings, but i don't feel guilty anymore!
Everywhere it is a lot of people. But so much do not have not enough human interaction, heat. The upendo does not suffice all. Everyone would like, that it loved simply so. Loved such what it is. Where it to take such love, wewe ask. I will answer: the Internet will help.
In upendo tafuta very much to be useful dating site. On dating site wewe will get access and will become accessible itself to a large quantity of people. At wewe to appear the choice. It is very important to choose what site. I recommend the site Dating-okey (link) . Though a site on the Russian domain, Dating-okey – international...
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posted by KateSmiley
the only thing wewe ever gave me were black and blue eyes
and it always ended in me letting out cries

wewe would come nyumbani angry and scream in my face
and waste no time inaonyesha me i was a disgrace
and always threatened me alisema not to tell
but everyone knew i was going through hell

why should i have to pay for your crime
why should i have to take the time
to cover up the scars ane emotions wewe left for me
when the teachers and doctors knew i was leaning out with my plea for safety

i will never for get how wewe came nyumbani at night
and the only emotion i felt was pure fright

now that your gone for good
i can say that i never quite understood
what i did wrong for wewe to do that to me
but now your gone and i am free
In Part I, we explored the often devastating effect of violating marriage vows, but we also saw that such an outcome is built into the structure of marriage. So we moved on to the higher swali of what commitment is best in a hypothetical world in which marriage has not yet been invented. This is the same as loving but avoiding the Marriage commitment. Okay, so now I meet the girl of my dreams, the attraction is mutual, and I have to decide how I will upendo her. Regardless of how she is feeling and how she maoni our relationship, is there an advantage if I personally commit to loving her for...
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1. Get your clothes ready, but don't wear them untill wewe need to, au you'll get make up au something on them. Think about where you're going, what you'll be doing, ect. so as not to look like a fool in a formal dress in a club.

2. Plan make up and hairstyle. Make sure your hair is comphy and simple, and try to make it look quite good, if wewe can. Choosing what lipstick/lip gloss looks nice, and won't go everywhere when wewe eat au get a little hot au whatever. And take caution when using the eye make up, as to not blind yourself, and with your base make up, so wewe don't look orange.

3. Once your...
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posted by The-Lovely-Key
Hello there! :) As I alisema in the title, this is moslty directed towards boys. I've just witnessed a lot of wewe being intolerable jerks, (not all of you, just most of the guys where I live) and I'd like to share my knowledge. SO JUST STOP RIGHT THERE and let Hazel give wewe some advice. :)

1. When wewe introduce her to your friends, introduce her AS YOUR GIRLFRIEND.
Don't just say- "Oh, this is Penelope. Anyway..." Nonono, rather- "Hey guys, this is my girlfriend, Penelope. I upendo her, so be nice." When wewe introduce her to your friends, it shows her that she will probably be around for a while,...
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Beware the Copycat! ^w^ She Wants EVERYTHING wewe Have…Even Your Man! *0*

By, Sinna Lin Song✥

 Sometimes the line blurs between what is real & the copy
Sometimes the line blurs between what is real & the copy

What wewe have wewe have worked for, right? wewe did not come kwa it the easy way. Why should someone else come along for the free ride on your skirt, upindo tails and try to STEAL it away… especially “love”?

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery No?
This may be the long time expression; however, it can take some really twisted turns! This can spell a world of trouble for the devotee of the fan. It may be a sincere compliment...
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1. A guy who showers every day! Girls dont like dirty guys!
2. Guys need to buy girls presents to onyesha that they care.
3. They must be supportive of the girl's choices.
4. Pay the girl a complimenmt every day. It don't cost nothing!
5. Girls upendo romantic guys! First tarehe Idea: Fancy Restaraunt.
6. Most girls like musical guys. So get Lost in muziki and wewe have 99% chance of getting your girl!(Why not write her a song)
7. Never say "Calm down" to a girl. They just get even madder!
8. Girls like guys who have nice friends. So give your pals an inspection.
9. Girls prefer guys who aren't game au gambling au drink addicts!
10. Don't tease her about her weight au new haircut. Insults are a garunteed break-up!

Thanks for reading!
I hope this guide2girls helps wewe in the future.
These online dating tips have been provided for users of link, but they are really applicable to all men trying to find upendo on dating sites and chat rooms. It's interesting to see the number of online dating tips and the number of people constantly posting online dating tips for men but it seems that men have tough time figuring out how to deal with a woman. In my humble opinion, things got this worse kwa those vitabu that ‘teaches’ men how to deal with a woman. Many men fail to comprehend the fact that women are, although different emotionally, normal people and communicating with them...
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posted by KateSmiley
In one siku a life can change
and only wewe can decide if it is for the better
and although sometimes it might seem strange
you relize its up to wewe to make it better

When wewe hold that little bundle of joy
you must Forget that rotten boy
that left wewe when wewe needed him most
to suck the moyo out of his inayofuata host

SO take this wonderful gift wewe recieved
and teach her not to be decieved
for wewe upendo her no matter what
so Shut Shut Shut
the door to her moyo must go until your ready
to let her go

THis time may be hard for family and Marafiki
but the wounds in your moyo will surely mend
and while...
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In my novel, link, this is a kind of trick swali that Nancy asks Wayne in her chapter six exploration of his capacity and maturity for the upendo she is seeking. It has generated a few maswali back to me about whether Wayne's affirmative answer represents the author's position. I've been ducking the swali because I didn't feel that my position was well enough developed to hold up to tough follow-up questions. It is a complex issue, one most people take for granted au rely on cultural conditioning to answer, plus it can be dealt with at multiple levels.

For instance, this is a question...
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