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TheMaverick
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10 Jan 2009, 10:05 am

ToadOfSteel wrote:
I'm not meant for dating... I'm meant for an actual loving relationship...


dito, if only we could just jump to the next chapter.



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10 Jan 2009, 4:16 pm

Diamond_Head wrote:
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If it matters little to you either way, then there's no reason to change anything. If you hope to find someone you like (as you said, a single woman you're attracted to), but you know that there is very little chance of that ever occurring through an open board game night, why not try another hobby where your chances are at least a little better?

It isn't just purely random luck, although I'm sure luck can play a role in it. You can still stack the odds more in your favor depending on the way you approach things, and how much you desire what you're searching for.

I have other hobbies, but run into the same problem with each of them. No single women when I go fishing. No single women at my fishing club. No single women in my martial arts class. No women at all at my job. And it's hard to meet women at the movies.



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10 Jan 2009, 4:33 pm

I dunno, the dynamic that arises from interaction between two people who are mutually attracted leaves me hungry for more even after I f**k it up countless times.



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10 Jan 2009, 5:12 pm

I'm not complaining about my circumstances, I've come to terms with them and just don't see any viable options for change.