Ohhh! You want a <i>date</i>! Dating is fine.<br>
Don't confuse dating with couplehood <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><br><i>Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!</i>
Yes, being alone is better than being in a ho-hum relationship, in my opinion. I just ended one of those. He didn't have any time for me. When we would get together we had a great time, and I do like him a lot, but I didn't feel like settling on being one more thing he had to work into his already full schedule. So I let him go. I'd rather be alone then in a going-nowhere relationship. I deserve better.
I'd rather be alone then hanging onto some mindfucking, half-assed "relationship."<br><br>
At least it gives you more time to develop a relationship with God, or the Universe or whatever you want to call it. Or heck, even yourself.
Thanks, it's the same as what I've always thought.." I deserve better" but now that I am a bit older- it's tough to get a date with someone that is compatible in so many areas.<br>
They have no desire to hike, bike, take a walk<br>
they're tied to the TV and it's schedule.<br>
no desire to travel.<br>
haven't picked up a novel since HS.<br><br>
I've tried chipping away at the stuff I want- the last couple of girls that I've dated didn't have all the things I am looking for..
For the love of God man! Stop dating those sedentary smoker TV watcher non reading non travellers!<br>
Make your list. If girls meet the list requirements- they get a date. If things click- welcome to relationship world. Population: 2. <img alt="icon_salut.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/icon_salut.gif">
I confess. She moved in after one month of dating. It was just cause her work had a little bump in their financial department. I offered my place for fwee, and we're madly in love.<br><br>
It was originally planned as a temporary thing, and we're sticking to the plan. She moves out next month and we're both kind of wondering if she should... but she's going!<br><br>
I agree with aphi, but damn girl, you said you weren't a bitch or assertive! <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">
Many many years ago, I had a boyfriend like that. He was nice and it was okay, but I wasn't in love with him. We had a good time. I kept feeling dissatisfied and wanted to break up with him, but I didn't because of inertia. First I didn't want to break up with him b/c it was near his birthday, then it was Christmas, etc. That son-of-a-gun ended up breaking up with me at my own birthday party. Gah!