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The New Singles Hangout...Come & Mingle

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  • SharsouSharsou Member Posts: 7,238 Member Member Posts: 7,238 Member
    Social distancing is quite a task.. driving me crazy!
  • mscanadianbakinmscanadianbakin Member Posts: 138 Member Member Posts: 138 Member
    Hey singletons. I've probably said 'I'm bored' more times than my 12 yr old.
  • SharsouSharsou Member Posts: 7,238 Member Member Posts: 7,238 Member
    Hey singletons. I've probably said 'I'm bored' more times than my 12 yr old.

    Bored is an understatement!
  • NotSoFat70NotSoFat70 Member Posts: 294 Member Member Posts: 294 Member
    Hey singletons. I've probably said 'I'm bored' more times than my 12 yr old.

    Yep.There's only so much *kitten* Netflix I can watch.

    Although...there is a fully stocked liquor cabinet within reach
  • mscanadianbakinmscanadianbakin Member Posts: 138 Member Member Posts: 138 Member
    I watched Tiger King which was bizarre yet fascinating. I suppose I'll start season 3 of Ozark.
  • NotSoFat70NotSoFat70 Member Posts: 294 Member Member Posts: 294 Member
    I watched up to season 3 and stopped.Maybe I'll continue with it,but right now I'm on season 3 of Peaky Blinders
  • CutemesoonCutemesoon Member Posts: 2,644 Member Member Posts: 2,644 Member
    If some of you need help with pickup lines while quarantined, maybe this can help...

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  • VersicolourVersicolour Member Posts: 6,787 Member Member Posts: 6,787 Member
    Day 1 of lockdown I rearranged my home office, finally got my 5.1 surround sound speakers set up, cleaned the bird's cage, did my karate home training program, and did quiz night over Facebook and WhatsApp group. It was so busy I didn't have time for boredom or Netflix!
  • TomFit18TomFit18 Member Posts: 2,540 Member Member Posts: 2,540 Member
    Hello singles hope things are going well in these crazy times
  • erickirberickirb Member Posts: 12,273 Member Member Posts: 12,273 Member
    1sphere wrote: »
    Life might be going one way (not a bad way). But you may have originally wanted your life to go another way. How should one react to that?

    Go with the flow... change the thing you have the power to change, and accept the things that you cant
  • XxFunctionalStrengthxXXxFunctionalStrengthxX Member, Premium Posts: 2,400 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,400 Member
    1sphere wrote: »
    Life might be going one way (not a bad way). But you may have originally wanted your life to go another way. How should one react to that?

    Life never goes as originally planned. One needs to have focus and a goal, while still being flexible enough to adapt to changes in life.

    Be thankful for where you are and grateful for all you've experienced in life (good and bad), and look for ways to improve your life if you feel it's still lacking. Never stop learning, never stop improving yourself.
    edited March 2020
  • NotSoFat70NotSoFat70 Member Posts: 294 Member Member Posts: 294 Member
    Amen. My life didn't turn out the way I thought it would ; according to how we are programmed to think it will , and other than a few minor things , I'm happy and wouldn't change it at all.
    1sphere wrote: »
    Life might be going one way (not a bad way). But you may have originally wanted your life to go another way. How should one react to that?

    Life never goes as originally planned. One needs to have focus and a goal, while still being flexible enough to adapt to changes in life.

    Be thankful for where you are and grateful for all you've experienced in life (good and bad), and look for ways to improve your life if you feel it's still lacking. Never stop learning, never stop improving yourself.

    edited March 2020
  • vanityy99vanityy99 Member Posts: 2,268 Member Member Posts: 2,268 Member
    Out of curiosity
    How much of an age gap is everyone willing to go?

    How much younger and older are you willing to go?

  • XxFunctionalStrengthxXXxFunctionalStrengthxX Member, Premium Posts: 2,400 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,400 Member
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    Out of curiosity
    How much of an age gap is everyone willing to go?

    How much younger and older are you willing to go?

    It's more a matter of compatibility than age for me. That being said, most of the women I've dated have been 5 years or less younger than me. The largest age gap was 14 years (she was older).
  • bojack5bojack5 Member Posts: 2,859 Member Member Posts: 2,859 Member
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    Out of curiosity
    How much of an age gap is everyone willing to go?

    How much younger and older are you willing to go?

    It's more a matter of compatibility than age for me. That being said, most of the women I've dated have been 5 years or less younger than me. The largest age gap was 14 years (she was older).

    Yeah this is me as far as compatibility being the main thing. I have always been in the position of dating younger women just based on the dynamic of my work and who i am in contact with most of the time. I am not very social so I dont actually see many women outside of day to day activities. All this being said, i think dating the 20 somethings are out for me nowadays.....thats just too much of a difference. At almost 50, there has to be some kind of line ;)
  • NotSoFat70NotSoFat70 Member Posts: 294 Member Member Posts: 294 Member
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    Out of curiosity
    How much of an age gap is everyone willing to go?

    How much younger and older are you willing to go?

    I dated someone who was 8 yrs older. My last gf was 9 yrs younger.

    For the most part they've been within 5 yrs of my age
  • vanityy99vanityy99 Member Posts: 2,268 Member Member Posts: 2,268 Member
    1sphere wrote: »
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    Out of curiosity
    How much of an age gap is everyone willing to go?

    How much younger and older are you willing to go?
    I Don't Know.

    How come ?
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