RW dating thread
by 'eck, it's hilly wrote (see)
I saw a Valentine's card the other day - "to the love of my life, from the dog"
Waking this thread up with newly acquired expertise on Internet dating sites
headline your ad with the words
it’s been done a bazillion times
Use a spell checker FFS especially for words describing concepts that are important to you: words like solemate, liers, faithfull ect ect.
er, that’s it.
Oh – and just because I am 50+ does not mean I long to be approached by bare-chested boys of 22 so don’t send me any more pictures or suggestions on how to spend my afternoons…although presumably that means I can’t be a complete dog
I can see that Internet Dating is the new way of meeting people, indeed, a friend of mine met his Wife via t'interweb so I won't knock it too much but I can't see it's for me.
The Internet is full of looneys, I'm not sure I would like to invite some of them into my life.
I think anyone who uses the term "Soulmate" would send me running for the hills for a start. "Wow, there are 65million odd people living in Britain, let alone the rest of the world and you've managed to find your "soulmate" in the same post code area!? that's amazing!!"... Pull the other one.
Our local paper has a dating section (you wouldn't want a date out of that paper!!) I read the same quote fairly often "I've kissed a lot of frogs, now I'm looking for my Prince". Hahaha!! I would never ever want to date anyone who came up with that!!
I gave up on internet dating after just over two years of wasting my time on various sites. I can provide the female don'ts.
And trust me that's the short rant version!
Yes the lol after every sentence is dreadful! A lot of chaps have dogs, love dogs, love to walk their dogs, or like going to the dogs on a Saturday afternoon. Or have a photo taken in a flash car that is not theirs.
I don't get to see the ladies' ads, but I have been matched up with two transvestites.
One of them looked like a lot of fun actually
Singles ads should be more like real estate ads.
"Good kerb appeal, but the inside needs a bit of work." - nice looks, crap personality.
"A diamond in the rough." - I might be rough, but you should see my mates. I'll be the best you'll get around here.
Thank you David. I should have realised you'd pop over to offer some advice .
KK i fink i love you for starting this thread
Ja5onW wrote (see)
Hey ladies! jason, 24 (well on the 18th) not single- getting married on April the 3rd just thought id add myself into the mix training for a marathon ATM
jason, 24 (well on the 18th)
not single- getting married on April the 3rd
just thought id add myself into the mix
training for a marathon ATM
jason you are banned as you are married(nearly)
SuperCaz wrote (see)
Jason, please don't go! I must have been about 24 when I got married. Technically still married until that bit of paper comes through.
Jason, please don't go!
I must have been about 24 when I got married. Technically still married until that bit of paper comes through.
supercaz, me too...i was 24 and waiting for my bit o paper too now
Would you ever go on a blind date with someone who's profile simply says 'Dont judge a book by its cover'
red flags galore there!
my profile would just have to say' generally im a bit of a handful really - lets see how you cope'
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)
Would you ever go on a blind date with someone who's profile simply says 'Dont judge a book by its cover' red flags galore there!
that would bore me instantly DF
I like the ads on TV where they say they have been a member for 6 months and theyve been really good with their matches ..... if they were that good, why are you still using them???
I know in hindsight I wasn't happy for a number of years, but I thought I had the perfect relationship at the time. We never argued or disagreed and people commented on what a good couple we made. But over time you can drift apart without falling out with each other.
I know in hindsight I wasn't happy for a number of years, but I thought I had the perfect relationship at the time. We never argued or disagreed and people commented on what a good couple we made.
But over time you can drift apart without falling out with each other.
SC, i agree, you carry on thinking its the way everyone is too but at some point you have to admit to yourself that its not working and you need to be happy and change things for both of you.
hey handsome , how you doing?
cant see anyone else
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