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Waiting for Mr. Right, Is it Old Fashioned today?
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Posted on Mon, Aug 20, 2007 16:00

Hey, what's happening? Everyone needs someone to love, but sometimes we meet people we have nothing in common with, or can't get along with. we all dream of that dream person, or soul mate. What do you if you're not meeting anyone significant, and have to date just to be seen around town with anyone just to avoid being made of at the office, or your exclusively dating friends. would you consider old-fashioned or a sign of rspect and nobility, or STATE OF LOVE AND GRACE.



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Posted on Fri, Apr 18, 2008 02:42

It is old fashioned to wait for your Mr. Right. But it is not old fashioned to LOOK for your Mr. Right.

Today many of us do not meet many other people in work and at home, so if we are just waiting, that will be quite impossible.



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Posted on Thu, Dec 13, 2007 10:13

There's nothing Old Fashioned about waiting for your own Mr Right. It's common sense. I'm not talking about the illusion of a perfect man, but I do believe you should wait for the relationship that truly fits, before entering into a committed relationship.

Forget about pressures from society, live the life you want for yourself!

Go ahead and socialize with your friends out on the town. Have the patience to wait for the right relationship for you.

After all, if you could have any car in the world, would you be happy one that didn't work when you turned the key, but started for others?



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Posted on Wed, Sep 26, 2007 05:21

i want mr right too but mr right for me is not perfect i know that but will be right for me i l know him when i meet him



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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 20:26

Do you know what you want in Mr. Right? Most people want a flawless, perfect, handsome mate, and that unfortunately is a fantasy. Your soul mate will be human, like you, he will have flaws that you will need to overlook. But because he is Mr. Right and you love him you will be o.k. taking the bad with the good.