Dating goth

Hi guys, long time poster here, and even longer time lurker (was gone for a bit of hiatus). If you think it is, please refrain from replying because I need a genuine opinion here. I'm posting under anonymity for obvious reasons as colleagues/clients know me and I don't want this stuff on the net.

Here's the story (and rationale): I'm a 25yro who is apparently still stuck in my old high school days of punk rock and wearing lots and lots of black.

Shia La Beouf has confirmed he is divorcing Mia Goth as pictures emerge of him dating Robert Pattinson’s ex-fiancee FKA Twigs.

Shia, 32 was married to Mia in a Vegas chapel in October 2016 during a ceremony that was live streamed across the world, but he has now moved on with the 30-year-old British singer.

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We banter heaps, and he's very intelligent which is so sexy, and I’m pretty sure we’re flirting. Well, he asked for my number the other day, mentioning we should get coffee and go over our study notes. I gave him my number but I’m not sure if I really want to start a relationship with a non Goth. I totally think Goth/non Goth relationships can work!For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, go to Google images when you're not at work and search for "redhead goth girl"Now, THE ISSUE: I feel like I am getting too old and white collar to still be into this kinda thing, but I really can't help it.Regardless of the amount of hot "normal" women who flirt with me, either at work or after work at clubs/bars with colleagues, I can't ever find myself to want to get in their pants.It sounds like you have no problems chatting so the channel for dialogue is already open for exploration.I’m guessing you present yourself somewhat Gothically so he must have some idea that you’re into the subculture.

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