Greaney 19.12.2018 in 20:51
Hello looking for someone to share a life with. I am shy at first and become very open once I get to know someone. Like to make jokes and have fun. Love science, history, movies, games and anime. If.
Sampada 30.12.2018 in 04:15
oh me o my o.
Disputed 01.01.2019 in 12:20
Ball sweat is disrespectful to your partner.
Sferris 08.01.2019 in 08:30
A friend of a friend has set me up with a guy who I just found out is only 45. I have seen his picture and he is very attractive. She has only met me once, but apparently she told him that I was really good looking and that she thinks I am between 35 and 43!
Heindel 09.01.2019 in 06:40
UHMMM THAT'S A GREAT ASS
Jungers 12.01.2019 in 10:20
single learning boxing like to keep fit /love tattoos like going out socialsing etc with friends aswel not putting too much alot scammers on here lts abit crap this sit.
Zinnia 15.01.2019 in 21:30
I'm intelligent, capable and considered attractive. I like to be outdoors, camping, sea, mountain and of course I love animals. Love traveling, cooking, reading, walking and enjoy the most simple.
Heartlessness 26.01.2019 in 04:33
Customer 02.02.2019 in 09:15
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Hawkish 08.02.2019 in 23:52
thanks for all of you who dumped my photos! ive been meaning to clear out my uploads anyways
Smalltime 15.02.2019 in 11:41
Basic guy love having fun always playing sports. I'm super laid back not trying to worry to much over stuff I can't control trying be successfu.
Thimber 19.02.2019 in 12:00
Hi.. I am Jim looking for new interesting friends then growing that friendship and seeing where it lead.
Slabbery 23.02.2019 in 09:55
If 2% of women are actually soldiers and police and firemen, expect 2% of us initiating contacts. In other words, don't expect much and men should initiate
Viktor 27.02.2019 in 05:26
we in the industry call the color "wine"
Dactylic 02.03.2019 in 16:41
Zoom is sweet and I think there is a little stubble there
Ectrodactyly 13.03.2019 in 06:57
Research has shown that over a sixty year period of time, ‘passionate love’ spikes in the first 6-12 months of a relationship and then peters off rapidly, whereas ‘companionate love’ only grows with time. I wrote about this particular phenomenon in my article Kindling vs. Coal: How To Know If Your Relationship Will Last.
Crueler 22.03.2019 in 09:58
Well,it all went downhill from there. He did muster a pathetic but insincere apology, but shortly after that was when the 'shoe dropped' and he told me that everything between us was just pointless and that since our 'discussion' on the weekend, nothing was changing. Well, I was becoming livid at this point. Of course nothing has changed you assh*le, you've done nothing to change it...you haven't even been able to make 5 minutes to see me (though you had time to piss it up at a bar). Then came the song and dance about how he feels like he has to explain and apologize for everything. Poor guy. How if he ever has a week long business trip somewhere, I'm not going to trust him (note: he used Las Vegas as an example....coincidence that slutty secretary had given him travel vouchers for a trip for 2 to Las Vegas? hmmm). I gave him ##### for him not having the balls to just spit it out and say he didn't want to see me anymore..and that he left me in limbo for these past few days.......that it was rude and thoughtless and the epitome of selfish. I told him that he made no effort whatsoever in our relationship......and that these past few days were the height of that....and that his priorities in life and mine are diametrically opposed. I told him that I wouldn't treat a dog the way he's treated me. He then tried to "make things better" by telling me, "Lisa, I do like you, you're a good person"...I stopped him right there in his tracks. I told him not to fekkin patronize me...that I didn't give a rat's ass if he liked me or not, and what did him liking me or not have to do with the fact that's he's treated me like crap, put no effort into anything and that now he's dumping my ass? I told him to save the niceties for someone else. I told him that i know how proud he is of the fact that he's remained friends with all his exes, but that I won't be an addition to that list. I told him that I don't consider him a friend, that i won't be going for coffee or drinks with him in the future and that basically, I want nothing more to do with him ever again. So count this 'ex' out as being a friend (I'm sure if he could have gotten me to agree to being friends, that would have eased his pea-sized conscience just a tad). He still wanted to talk but I told him there was no point at all. He said he was sorry, and the last thing I told him was, "no you're not, and I don't ever want to talk to you again."...then I hung up. I was so livid and hurt by this point that my brain wasn't thinking properly......I'm sure I could have come up with a more fitting final thought but hey, what can ya do? I'm sure he's sitting at home stressing and stewing over the fact that I have some pretty pricey belongings of his (clothes, work jacket, etc). We all know how attached he gets to his fekking possessions. I'm sure he's kicking himself that he didn't get a chance to get in there, about how he could go about getting them back. Tough sh*t, big guy. I think a donation to the Salvation Army might just be in order, don't you? I've never been one to keep someone's stuff after a breakup, but considering this guy has made it so clear that he values material things over the heart, he can kiss my ass. Yes, some of you will say, "why didn't you stick to your guns and not talk to him?"...well, why prolong the inevitable. He obviously wanted to tell me to hit the road, so avoiding him for days or weeks would do nothing...all he'd do is just assume I knew it was over and that would ease his conscience even more. So let's see, folks...because I was pissed at him for misleading me last night...and him being out at the bar instead of home in bed where he told me he'd be, that was just one MORE reason for him to end things. Can you believe that? And do I really believe he was at the bar then went home? Who knows. Who cares, I guess. God help me if I'm pregnant, that's all I can say. That would just be my freaking luck. (I'm thinkin' of ya, Raven) So there you have it. The fekker dumped me......but I'd have dumped him anyway...at least this way I got to act like a bitch, like I didn't give a damn and I let him know what I thought of him as a human being. Likely none of it will phase him, but maybe some of it will. I just can't believe the balls of this guy. On Sunday he ends the conversation by telling me he likes me and he's not ready to throw in the towel....then over these past few days, we dont even see each other and nothing has happened to change his opinion of me/us, and because I'm pissed thathe was out at the bar instead of spending time with me, that's the thing that puts him over the edge? LOL OH and get this..he says he was just spending these past few days thinking about things...and trying to put behind him/us, our discussions over the weekend. wow, I didn't know that going to a f*cking bar/meat-market could be SOOO therapeutic for one's relationship. *cleansing breath* Ya know, he didn't sound TERRIBLY sure about wanting to end things.....perhaps he was hoping I'd suggest we just be friends and start over....or maybe he thought I'd say, "oh honey, I'll just give you your space....we'll take a break and just see how we feel a month or two from now"....I made it abundantly clear that someone doesnt' get the chance to sh*t on my twice....and that he'll never see me again and that's not a promise, that's a fact. Sorry for rambling. Just had to get this out. I'm hurt and angry and I'm disgusted that he's likely lying in bed feeling this overwhelming sense of freedom to go out now and bang the first chick he can charm. L
Calistro 25.03.2019 in 20:27
I am seeking someone who doesn't take themselves to seriously but is passionate about life. I love a woman who is free spirited and intelligent. I am.