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Posted on Mon, Apr 24, 2006 22:47

If you're new to online dating, you'll probably meet a lot of frogs before you find a prince or princess. Even then, they may not turn out to be what you're looking for. But don't give up and don't get jaded.

At work, school, in church or in your community, there are dozens of eligible partners all around you that either appeal to you or don't, but even if you chose one and started a relationship, it would take time with them too.

Online dating is different. We don't know what all the rules are because none have really been defined defore ... officially. But this is still a better way of meeting hundreds of people you'd never meet otherwise. These are strangers you'd never see on your street or in your office, but online dating has provided you with a wider base of potential yummy, and not always so yummy, partners! That's a GOOD thing!

So, hang in there. Take a break if you need one. But have hope. Your true love may be only a couple of weeks away. And the goofy thing is ... he or she may only live around the corner!

Cheers.

  


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Posted on Sat, Jan 30, 2010 09:39

Oh, and there was me thinking this is a friendly site...I just joined...lol...sob



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Posted on Tue, Dec 29, 2009 17:38

I hate zombie threads... if its been dead a year or more for gods sake, let it rest in peace!

Now, having said that, I just love posts like these:

"I've found that unless you're a 20/30 something female, forget being emailed or being shown any interest on this forum."
Ever heard that old saying, its not you, its me? You should say it a few times!

"Men in the 40/50's year range only want young women to respond to them. Most of the profiles of the men my age, specify that. Very few go past the age of 50 and there aren't many of those."
LOL Generalizations will always get a woman dates!

"I have yet to understand why a MAN whould want to date a girl in their 20's/30's who's young enough to be their daughter."
OK, lets do the math and see if we can help you figure this one out!
1) She's not in or near menopause which means she doesn't have more facial hair than we do, she's not gonna keep us up all night playing with the thermostat and she can still remember what sex is!

2) She doesn't come with all the emotional baggage as demonstrated in your post.

3) She's still willing to stay out all night dancing AND go to work the next day without whining about it!

4) Your friends will think she's hot/cool/funny.

5) She can have her belly button pierced and the jewelry wont look like its going to explode and put someones eye out!

6) If you have to get rid of her, it will be comparitively cheap.

7) It will piss off your ex wife.

8) She doesnt spend more money on hair die than most small countries spend on oil.

9) It gives you actual sins to confess to the priest! (Bless me father for I have sinned... and sinned... and this morning we sinned again in the kitched!)

10) She can actually wear a pair of Louboutins without requiring a trip to the podiatrist.



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Posted on Mon, Dec 28, 2009 12:09

Great information. thank you



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Posted on Sat, Aug 02, 2008 09:27

I've found that unless you're a 20/30 something female, forget being emailed or being shown any interest on this forum. Men in the 40/50's year range only want young women to respond to them. Most of the profiles of the men my age, specify that. Very few go past the age of 50 and there aren't many of those. I have yet to understand why a MAN whould want to date a girl in their 20's/30's who's young enough to be their daughter. Go figure.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 20:29

Katie...you're correct that the friendships are cyber, and not necessarily real...but they can become real. I know...I've made new friends from this site around the World and will make more I'm sure. Friends are small treasures to be treasured. :-)

Grant it, just like in real life, we will get along with some people and not others.

Bonnie88 made an interesting comment on one of the threads...she said that how some people come across on the forums, in real life are completely different...then there are those who are the same in real life as they come across on the forums. I believe the comments made to me in Vegas were, "You're nothing like on the forums!" lol butterfly thought in my pictures I looked heavier than when she met me in person. And my personality was bubbly...something I'm not good at portraying on the forums...but c'est la vie, eh? :-))



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Posted on Mon, Apr 24, 2006 23:20

One more thing:

Contribute to the forums only if you have a thick skin. It's a good way to get noticed, by forum posters and by many other people who read the forum regularly without writing responses ... but sooner or later ... someone will turn on you and you'll be fighting for your cyber-life.

Sometimes people stick up for you. Sometimes they leave you to the wolves or become a wolf too. It's not REAL friendship online. It's "virtual" friendship. I just don't want anyone to get hurt, because even tho it isn't real friendship with tangible friends, the betrayal hurts just as bad.

So be careful with this nitroglycerin forum. It could end up biting you. You have to decide at the onset if it's worth it or not.

This week ... I'm thinking ... maybe not.



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Posted on Mon, Apr 24, 2006 23:18

One more thing:

Contribute to the forums only if you have a thick skin. It's a good way to get noticed, by forum posters and by many other people who read the forum regularly without writing responses ... but sooner or later ... someone will turn on you and you'll be fighting for your cyber-life.

Sometimes people stick up for you. Sometimes they leave you to the wolves or become a wolf too.

It's not a REAL friendship online. It's a "virtual" friendship. I just don't want anyone to get hurt, because even tho it isn't real friendship with tangible friends, the betrayal hurts just as bad.

So be careful with this nitroglycerin forum. It could end up biting you. You have to decide at the onset if it's worth it or not.

This week ... I'm thinking ... maybe not.



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