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In life we all going through many relationships until we find the one who we feel is te perfect mate for us While we are datin others we may experience different types of boyfriends Based on certain characteristics an excessiv type of boyfriend can be passiv energetic or prejudiced First there is the passive type of boyfriend He is a person who doesnt like to go out He spends his free time wathcing TV and sitting on the couch He is not spontaneous at all Proballly he already planned what he is going to do over the weekend Moreover he is not able to enjoy changes and therefore he prefers to go in the same restaurant and to order the same food like last time He develops certain habits and is not able to adapt to new things easy He cannot deal well with difficulties in expounding and understandin the main problem because he doesntt get involved Overall he is restrained in his actions and the relationship may loose over the time its intesity On the opposite side is the active type of boyfriend He is socially involved in different kinds of activities He is fascinated with sports and he has different types of hobbies He is all the time busy with something He plays baskettball in league and goes out every weekend He likes to be active is outgoing and enjoys spending time with friends He also gets very easy excited about new stuff and loves challenges He is up to date with fashion and has the latest hairstyle Usually he drives a fast car and goes regulary to gym Mainly he is a good partner to have fun with but he doesnt pay enough attention to the relationship because he is too self-centered Finally the prejudiced type of boyfriend has the old-fashioned mentality He deeply believes that women are the second sex He is jealos and therefore he doesnt allow
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