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Author Topic: So, do you all like the same movies and music?

April 18, 2018, 05:57:52 PM
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Jasonn


My brother and his wife have unbelievably different tastes in things.  For one thing, she like R&B, J-LO, The Bee Gees, while he likes White Zombie, Soundgarden, and scoffs at anything sensitive or pardon me, not for teenage white boys. :o  Anyway, they do have other things in common.  They're both highly competitive, clean, and health fanatics.
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April 19, 2018, 07:21:00 PM
Reply #1

meinschatz


I think there is nothing wrong with having a different interest in a couple. the importance is they understand and respect each other's common interest and most of all they support each other.

April 19, 2018, 07:26:45 PM
Reply #2

muaaz.93


I haven't found a girl yet who is into gaming. All of them are into music and movies. But none in my hobby that is gaming at core. WHY is there so less gaming girls?

April 23, 2018, 08:28:27 AM
Reply #3

Patrick Y


To be honest, my girlfriend's taste in music stinks!  Nonetheless, we still get along great.  But anyway, we do like the same movies - those her are a little on the "ethnic side" to be honest.  ;D

May 17, 2018, 05:02:26 AM
Reply #4

Valentino


I haven't found a girl yet who is into gaming. All of them are into music and movies. But none in my hobby that is gaming at core. WHY is there so less gaming girls?

I suspect a lot of women like games like Mario but not Minecraft.  But I could be wrong and of course, some might view this attitude as sexist.  However, what do the stats actually say?

But this isn't cutting down Mario and indeed many average guys also like it and nothing else I think.

 

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