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singles night

Discussion in 'Meeting people in Stafford' started by mat, May 20, 2018.

  1. Trumpet

    Trumpet Well-Known Forumite

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    Happy days
     
  2. Jade-clothing

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    It's a waste of time paying for Match. I did that last year, most of them are on POF anyway.
     
  3. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Yeah, I noticed that too. Not really been on any for a few days anyway. TBH I'm not even sure what I want right now, certainly not a new relationship as I think I need to sort out what I'm doing with myself first.

    Was out with an old mate again last night, really lovely girl and a great laugh too. Perfect girlfriend material TBH, not that I think she's interested, but I just found myself wondering if that is what I really want right now? 10 years is a long time to get over and while most of my emotions are now clear I can't help thinking I'm not fully separated from it all. Do I want to allow that to interfere with the next person? I'm just gonna stick to having a laugh for now rather than actively looking, not saying if someone comes along I won't seriously consider it but it's not a top priority for the moment.

    I'd still come to a singles night though ;)
     
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    yeah I've been divorced for 15 years and I'd definitely recommend spending some time being single. It makes you realise who you are and what you want.
     
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    @20 'Grab a grannie night' … wow that brings back some memories …. :buddy:
     
  6. age'd parent

    age'd parent 50,000th poster!

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    How perceptions change, now I'm 72 years old, all those 30 year old grannys at "The top of the grot" are now seen as 30 year old dolly birds!
     
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    As Uncle Albert said: everything is relative. :buddy:
     

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