How do i get things sorted
Don Minquez wrote (see)
You didn't have your 'Special Willy' on, did you?
I am in my veeeeery late thirties
BDB... You're gonna have to temper your lezbo fantasies!
I didn't realise that KK was that EASY!!
RR Thanks did make me giggle
early 40s and single but not too worried as I know there some other things I need to sort before I am in teh right place for finding the right sort of bloke however not ruling out entertainment with not quite right blokes if they appear - but so far have turned down a couple of those this year so not even managing that at the moment
RICKSTER there have been singles threads before and they trot along nicely for a while maybe its time for a new one
Everything has already been said so I'll just add my hug (((((slowfoot))))) and confirm that when the right person comes along you'll know and you wont want to spend as much time at work.
PS Be warned for hopefully when I finally meet you at the weekend, I am a hugger... just ask Cake.
Knew there was something I meant to tell him.... LOL
Of course Bru knows silly, you don't think I could actually navigate myself around Edinburgh where we're meeting do you??? Now, please confirm that I'm not a freak in any way shape or form and that I'm a lovely huggery type person....
I think those feelings are more common than most of us believe Min - even those in relationships - though I can't really pretend to understand what it's like to be single as I've been in a relationship for 20something years. Even if you say so yourself you do look attractive - well at least from what I can make out looking at your avatar on a small laptop
Do you ask many men out yourself - some men just lack a bit of self confidence to ask a woman out - to be honest if I was suddenly single again it would frighten me to death as 25 years is a long time without practising something.
(((((((Min))))))) and big snogs to ya.
Min is right, it is bloody tough especially when people tell you you're lovely etc. I spend a lot of time on my own at the mo and sometimes need a cuddle and would love someone to take care of me and tell me everything will be alright. But I've had that and lost it and sometimes think that I wont get it back, or if I even really want it again.
I've wonderful friends who are looking out for me so I embrace that. If anything else happens at the moment, it's a bonus.
Don't be down though Slowfoot, things do happen and you can make them happen too.
Aw Min. Made me really sad to read that and I remember feeling that way and it's crap!!!
Bessie mate is a bit the same... I think she's really pretty, she's clever (senior registrar dentist in a hozzie), she's funny, kind, lovely, she's interesting (has heaps of interests/hobbies), own house (very very lovely cottage), a bit quirky (owns a 6ft python), lovely family, not at all unhinged.... but she can't get a data with a nice man for love or money... She's done the dating websites (where most men in their 40s wanted to meet women 20 years younger than themselves... what's that all about??), speed dating, singles dinner nights, singles activity weekends... but she says it all feels so contrived. Likewise my my other bessie male mate has been single for coming up to 8 years now and he'd make someone a perfect boyfriend. He's loyal, friendly, a great listener (counsellor!), has a really fab moral code and would never cheat on anyone... again women just don't seem to be interested...
I think I was just really lucky that after years of wubbish, and just about to give up on relationships, I've met someone absolutely sterling, and I do count myself very very lucky for that and don't ever take it for granted.
Seems like everybody has a great best mate who's single. We should get them all in a room together.
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