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    its not the look,
    its as simple as the assumtion that they will admire in you, what you are most proud of. and UNDERSTAND you thats all anyone realy wants.

    just someone who "gets" you.

    anarchy symbols on the shell-toes of her converse not required.


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    Well I thought I'd update you guys on the whole art girl situation I had going on. I know we've all been discussing how sometimes that "Art Girl" is not the type of person she appears to be. I had a good talk with the art girl today that I mentioned yesterday and I ended up getting her number. Yes she wears converse shoes and yes she keeps her hair short and yes her fingers are stained strange colors from oil painting... but she ended up being really interesting. She happens to be a great artist, she is very intelligent, and strongly opinionated (especially concerning the upcoming election, oh and shes an Obama supporter like me) and all in all I'm glad I talked to her and I plan on setting up a date sometime next week.

    - the point of my long rant is this. We have all been stating that while yes the girls who sometimes dress the part of "art girl" have been known to be a let down once you get to know them. However; sometimes the girls who dress the part actually are the part and they dress that way, or look that way as an extension of who they really are and this is how they express themselves. Don't always discredit the girl with anarchy symbols on her converse shoes before you get to know the person.

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    good job dude

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    ...all this talk denigrating anarchy symbols is pissing me off....











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    Yeah, art girls are nice.

    I happened to meet a very sweet art girl, but things didn't really work out after almost a year. I blame the other guys that ruined everything for me, damn high school. She wore Converse, has short hair, was the only one in the highest art class at our school, and always had a positive outlook and helped me through many things. Like you said, they are never as they appear; for about 4 months, we were inseparable and always hanging out with each other and everyone thought we dated, then come a few guys that ruin it and just cut right between us. I thought she was the "one", ha. Come on, you guys can't say that our initials (DBL and ABL) and birthdays(2/15 and 8/15) being so similar isn't cute. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana View Post
    As far as "Art Guys"? Mine used to dress more like a skaterkid...oversized plaid shirts and baggy pants with lovely long hair (Mmm, I'm a sucker for well-kept long hair).

    I was just attracted to personalities and when I found my man I had no clue he was an artist/musician/skaterboy. I just thought "Holycrap that's my DreamGuy in looks and he's shy and reading! Yesssss!" Then I wrested him down and tied him up until he gave in to me.
    It's funny, that's pretty much my appearance, and what happened to me. heh.

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    I should mention that my last girl whom I'm now broken up with (due to silly childish complications) was of this type. She wasn't an artist but a writer and very much the creative-shy type.
    Exactly the same here too. Strange..

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    I am attracted to those types, this one girl in particular. She doesn't feel that way about me though.

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    CosmoChimp that.... was histerical lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxdel View Post
    the point of my long rant is this. [...] sometimes the girls who dress the part actually are the part and they dress that way, or look that way as an extension of who they really are and this is how they express themselves. Don't always discredit the girl with anarchy symbols on her converse shoes before you get to know the person.
    Aah, but you don't REALLY know the girl--yet. We all put on a pretty good mating show in the beginning...hopefully enough of what you show each other is really the truth. Congrats and g'luck, Toxdel! My complaints about your "art girl" definition wasn't that a girl who looks like that can't be your ideal, but that all girls who are "art girls" do not look like that.

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    It's funny, that's pretty much my appearance, and what happened to me.
    Yah? So are you now wearing nice fitting shirts and pants to show off your fantastic bod too? If so, post pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxdel View Post
    Well I thought I'd update you guys on the whole girl situation I had going on. I know we've all been discussing how sometimes that "Girl" is not the type of person she appears to be. I had a good talk with the girl today that I mentioned yesterday and I ended up getting her number.
    I just removed a few words and it makes as much sense as before.

    There is no need to use the words art or Art whenever you mention a girl. The "art thing" is part of her not the other way around.

    I don't see people mentioning the skinny, or Asian, or whatever boy/girl all the time because that is the sole factor that defines people. Don't focus on a label or stereotype.

    What happens if your art girl likes balloons too. Does she become an art balloon girl or a balloon art girl? Are you the OCD boy/girl because you like to put all the people you meet in nice little boxes?

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    Art girls are hot because they got style, they're creative, down-to-earth, like sex and are NOT afraid to admit it, and can hang with you in being a movie buff bottom line...art girls FUCKING ROCK.

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    Cosmo chimp - Hahahahahahahahaha... you gave me a good laugh hahaha. The video they made at the end was exactly like the video installation they have going at my school's gallery. I said the exact same thing after watching it.

    But the girl in that video was scary. I like the happy, lively ones, not the dark; emo girls. Beatnik girl seems more like a poet then a visual artist

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    I like girls covered in body paint.

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    Do those count?

    Also, I like girls who have wide smiles.

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    I like girls who come up to me from out of nowhere and say, "I LOVE your scraggly beard! Wanna grab my butt?"

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    wow me too 'cept i don't have a beard... i dunno

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    What happen to those art chicks wanabes in goth style, suicide girls in verry amuzing fishnet tops? Yepp it was a manner of free peepshow but i dint mind, allso i noticed that i get allot of attention of girls if i sit in a cafe and dodeling, sadly they ask often for me to draw them a portrait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingshaj View Post
    just someone who "gets" you.
    Winner.^

    Although I would expand it to ..

    " someone who "gets" you, understands that you'll always be a bit obsessive and weird and kinda expects you to stop and take photos of that awesome cloud pattern and finds it cute rather than odd."

    I know I found it really cute when my missus was ranting in her sleep about scripting router config settings for a router we do not actually own.


    They could be an artist, could be a particle physicist, waitress, dancer, accountant, whatever, they just need to "get" you.

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    Body painting = awesome! I've always wanted to try it. Have you heard of an artist named Lisa Berczel?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana View Post
    Yah? So are you now wearing nice fitting shirts and pants to show off your fantastic bod too? If so, post pictures!
    lol, I wear baggy jeans. And my ass is pretty bony, almost like a weapon actually

    But, I do wear shirts that don't drape to the ground.. maybe I should, would be quirky I started wearing a lot of brown ever since falling in love with the CA background. Pictures later maybe.

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    Eh, it's artsey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    I like girls who come up to me from out of nowhere and say, "I LOVE your scraggly beard! Wanna grab my butt?"
    Yeah, but that does get a little old after the millionth time.. especially if you're with someone already..

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    Stereotypes normally disappoint, thats why it actually helps talking to people and getting to know them before you assume they'r someone you'l like. Unless of course your just in it for the smell of turpentine...

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    uh daaaaaaaamn yeah, my girlfriend is friggin HOT!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    I like girls who come up to me from out of nowhere and say, "I LOVE your scraggly beard! Wanna grab my butt?"
    I prefer girls who are more direct.

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    Art guy:

    White smock, black beret and smoking a cigarette in a long cigarette holder. Waxed moustache and speaks with a French accent.

    Art girl:

    See above



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    you mean there are art girls other that aren't amateur (bad) photographers?

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    Why haven't I seen these kinds of art girls at my art school?

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