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  • tinak33tinak33 Member Posts: 9,887 Member Member Posts: 9,887 Member
    boehle wrote: »
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    does that mean bumble isn't still around?

    Bumble guy ghosted after 2 months of dating. :/ No clue what happened.
  • boehleboehle Member Posts: 5,064 Member Member Posts: 5,064 Member
    tinak33 wrote: »
    boehle wrote: »
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    does that mean bumble isn't still around?

    Bumble guy ghosted after 2 months of dating. :/ No clue what happened.

    Ah man, I am sorry. I had high hopes for him.
  • Sentinel_UKSentinel_UK Member Posts: 213 Member Member Posts: 213 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.
  • eatpolerepeateatpolerepeat Member Posts: 25,489 Member Member Posts: 25,489 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    Really? Wow, I thought we were all adults here
  • Mama_runs_slowMama_runs_slow Member Posts: 1,067 Member Member Posts: 1,067 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    Tisk tisk tisk... shame on you lol
  • Sentinel_UKSentinel_UK Member Posts: 213 Member Member Posts: 213 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    Tisk tisk tisk... shame on you lol

    I know right, I’m usually so polite 😔

  • Sentinel_UKSentinel_UK Member Posts: 213 Member Member Posts: 213 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    Really? Wow, I thought we were all adults here


    True! , it wasn’t directed at any person. But any foul language is not allowed.
  • VersicolourVersicolour Member Posts: 7,000 Member Member Posts: 7,000 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    I clearly missed something here
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Member Posts: 265,124 Member Member Posts: 265,124 Member
    mattig89ch wrote: »
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    If I understand dating and relationships correctly, the living together part is for those that don't have kids to worry about. I thought it was common for parents not to move in with someone, while they were dating. Is this not the case?
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    I love this!! I have a 6 month rule when it comes to my daughter, no one gets to meet her or even come over.

    And I have been told I need to lower my standards and stop expecting so much from people. The moment I feel like something is off, I call them out and walk away..

    I also thought this was normal as well. Though the idea of a single warning sign, and you walk seems a bit extreme. Doesn't everyone have a warning sign or two, that people see? I thought that was just a part of puzzle pieces working together to fit with each other?


    Btw, if anyone's wondering where these questions are coming from, I've never been in a relationship. Well...outside a 6 month fling in high school. As a result, I don't have a lot of the knowledge that the rest of humanity seems to. Hence why I ask.

    So here is a bit of back ground of why I will walk away if I feel like something is off. I started seeing someone last year, we went out three times and he invited me over to his place for a movie. I had a bad feeling and felt uncomfortable. I brushed it off and chalked it up to nerves. So I went to hang out with him at his place, we kissed but before it went any further I would stop and he would get upset. I decided I better call it a night, I went to leave and he blocked the door. I am 5'5 and 170 lbs and he is 6'0 and 200 lbs, so needless to say that he wouldn't be easily moved. I asked him to move and he said he would if I went upstairs with him and I said no. He went to grab me and I kicked him in the nuts, I managed to get out the door. he texted me three days later to say that he wasn't interested in me anymore.

    So when I have a feeling something is off, I trust my gut and walk away.

    Oh Mel, I'm sorry you went through that.. scary
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Member Posts: 265,124 Member Member Posts: 265,124 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    Bad boy :D
  • InCogNeetoInCogNeeto Member Posts: 6 Member Member Posts: 6 Member
    Hi there everyone! Just saw this tread! I would love to meet and chat with a like minded woman..
  • Mama_runs_slowMama_runs_slow Member Posts: 1,067 Member Member Posts: 1,067 Member
    mattig89ch wrote: »
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    If I understand dating and relationships correctly, the living together part is for those that don't have kids to worry about. I thought it was common for parents not to move in with someone, while they were dating. Is this not the case?
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    I love this!! I have a 6 month rule when it comes to my daughter, no one gets to meet her or even come over.

    And I have been told I need to lower my standards and stop expecting so much from people. The moment I feel like something is off, I call them out and walk away..

    I also thought this was normal as well. Though the idea of a single warning sign, and you walk seems a bit extreme. Doesn't everyone have a warning sign or two, that people see? I thought that was just a part of puzzle pieces working together to fit with each other?


    Btw, if anyone's wondering where these questions are coming from, I've never been in a relationship. Well...outside a 6 month fling in high school. As a result, I don't have a lot of the knowledge that the rest of humanity seems to. Hence why I ask.

    So here is a bit of back ground of why I will walk away if I feel like something is off. I started seeing someone last year, we went out three times and he invited me over to his place for a movie. I had a bad feeling and felt uncomfortable. I brushed it off and chalked it up to nerves. So I went to hang out with him at his place, we kissed but before it went any further I would stop and he would get upset. I decided I better call it a night, I went to leave and he blocked the door. I am 5'5 and 170 lbs and he is 6'0 and 200 lbs, so needless to say that he wouldn't be easily moved. I asked him to move and he said he would if I went upstairs with him and I said no. He went to grab me and I kicked him in the nuts, I managed to get out the door. he texted me three days later to say that he wasn't interested in me anymore.

    So when I have a feeling something is off, I trust my gut and walk away.

    Oh Mel, I'm sorry you went through that.. scary

    Yup... I pretty much stopped dating for a year after that.. lol
  • CutemesoonCutemesoon Member Posts: 2,644 Member Member Posts: 2,644 Member
    InCogNeeto wrote: »
    Hi there everyone! Just saw this tread! I would love to meet and chat with a like minded woman..

    Hello & welcome! 👋🏿

    We're a fun & welcoming bunch. Hopefully, you'll meet some new friends.
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Member Posts: 265,124 Member Member Posts: 265,124 Member
    mattig89ch wrote: »
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    If I understand dating and relationships correctly, the living together part is for those that don't have kids to worry about. I thought it was common for parents not to move in with someone, while they were dating. Is this not the case?
    tinak33 wrote: »
    I have been single for 2 years. I have had a few first dates but no one I wanted to have a second date with.. I want someone who is going to add value in my life and my daughters. I don't believe in dating for the sake of dating or not to be alone. I am pretty content being on my own and just spending time with my daughter..

    Same. <3
    I have been trying the online dating and I make that clear pretty early on.
    I also refuse to live with someone before marriage. I make that clear, too. I know in this day and age, people are all about living together first..... but what if things don't work out? And he leaves? And later someone else moves in?
    I refuse to have a revolving door of daddy figures for my daughter. I don't want her to feel rejected by anyone she sees as dad.
    Her own dad already walked away.

    I have a lot of dealbreakers and I was told I am too harsh. But this is my life and my daughter's life being impacted. And if I want to be picky as hell, I will be. I don't NEED to be with anyone...

    I love this!! I have a 6 month rule when it comes to my daughter, no one gets to meet her or even come over.

    And I have been told I need to lower my standards and stop expecting so much from people. The moment I feel like something is off, I call them out and walk away..

    I also thought this was normal as well. Though the idea of a single warning sign, and you walk seems a bit extreme. Doesn't everyone have a warning sign or two, that people see? I thought that was just a part of puzzle pieces working together to fit with each other?


    Btw, if anyone's wondering where these questions are coming from, I've never been in a relationship. Well...outside a 6 month fling in high school. As a result, I don't have a lot of the knowledge that the rest of humanity seems to. Hence why I ask.

    So here is a bit of back ground of why I will walk away if I feel like something is off. I started seeing someone last year, we went out three times and he invited me over to his place for a movie. I had a bad feeling and felt uncomfortable. I brushed it off and chalked it up to nerves. So I went to hang out with him at his place, we kissed but before it went any further I would stop and he would get upset. I decided I better call it a night, I went to leave and he blocked the door. I am 5'5 and 170 lbs and he is 6'0 and 200 lbs, so needless to say that he wouldn't be easily moved. I asked him to move and he said he would if I went upstairs with him and I said no. He went to grab me and I kicked him in the nuts, I managed to get out the door. he texted me three days later to say that he wasn't interested in me anymore.

    So when I have a feeling something is off, I trust my gut and walk away.

    Oh Mel, I'm sorry you went through that.. scary

    Yup... I pretty much stopped dating for a year after that.. lol

    Geezus, I don't blame you.. awful to think what could have happened 😔 I'm sure the scare alone was bad enough.
  • Sentinel_UKSentinel_UK Member Posts: 213 Member Member Posts: 213 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    I clearly missed something here

    Wasn’t anything exciting. Just a picture of a Name Tag saying “Hello my name is .... F*** Y**”
    With me saying underneath that sometimes I think I give off that vibe when being social.

    😂

  • Mama_runs_slowMama_runs_slow Member Posts: 1,067 Member Member Posts: 1,067 Member
    InCogNeeto wrote: »
    Hi there everyone! Just saw this tread! I would love to meet and chat with a like minded woman..

    Welcome :)
  • Sentinel_UKSentinel_UK Member Posts: 213 Member Member Posts: 213 Member
    InCogNeeto wrote: »
    Hi there everyone! Just saw this tread! I would love to meet and chat with a like minded woman..

    Glad to have you.
  • Mama_runs_slowMama_runs_slow Member Posts: 1,067 Member Member Posts: 1,067 Member
    My last post caused me to get a MPF telling off for my naughty language.

    I apologise if anyone who liked or commented, also got a telling off.

    I clearly missed something here

    Wasn’t anything exciting. Just a picture of a Name Tag saying “Hello my name is .... F*** Y**”
    With me saying underneath that sometimes I think I give off that vibe when being social.

    😂
    Careful, you are giving off that "vibe" again.. lol
  • USAFProudUSAFProud Member Posts: 1,293 Member Member Posts: 1,293 Member
    InCogNeeto wrote: »
    Hi there everyone! Just saw this tread! I would love to meet and chat with a like minded woman..

    Welcome to the MFP singles fam!!
    Nice tats
  • TomFit18TomFit18 Member Posts: 2,562 Member Member Posts: 2,562 Member
    Good afternoon peeps! Work day over!
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