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Men don't "want to take it slow" or they do but only when that person isn't special to them... Oh and never ask a guy "where this is going" or "what are you looking for" If it's not obvious then there's your answer. I will make you to take off your shoes in my house. And never, ever try to get on the bed with your shoes on. I like to use chopsticks in new and interesting ways. If you pour tea for yourself before my Yeh Yeh, you will be judged accordingly. Having been taught to use chopsticks before I learned to speak, I consider them to be the best utensils. I don't understand why anyone would eat Flaming Hot Cheetos without chopsticks (keeps the Cheetos dust from getting on the fingers). Don't assume I know how to speak fill-in-the-blank-Asian language. Doesn't matter who's with me, when I'm eating out, I'm going to reach for the check first. With parents and aunts and uncles getting into physical altercations over who gets to pay for dinner. My best relationships have always been when I delayed having sex out of respect for my partner, until the time we were sure of our feelings for each other.
(I have not been pressuring him into a relationship BTW) He says that he likes me and it is not that he is unsure of me, but he needs to be sure of what he is ready for.I yawned my way through weeknights with a tutor or at a prep program, and I spent my Saturdays at Korean school hating life while learning how to be a better Korean. "You're not married to this so-called boyfriend of yours yet — what's the big deal? Pro-tip: Refill everyone else's cup before your own, going from oldest to youngest. Prepare for a lifetime of finding knots of long black hairs in the shower drain, in the vacuum cleaner, on the carpet, everywhere, all the time. I'm used to people butchering the pronunciation and spelling of my name. I blame the Asian-language TV soaps I was weaned on. Which is why I always ask for hot sauce and have an emergency bottle of Tabasco in every purse. So strike the phrase "Asian persuasion" from your vocabulary.