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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by JMS, Aug 12, 2020.
What is the source of this data?
You'd be impressed by me. I don't need no expensive car.
My memory. Just for kicks, I just looked at google. When dating, most people’s limits for finding a partner are their state borders. Two-thirds (68%) say they’d look for a partner within their state borders or closer; this includes a third (35%) who wouldn’t look for love outside their neighborhood or city.
There is a dating expression GU. This means geographically undesirable.
In looking, it turns out that the average single goes on 41 dates a year. I actually did more when I was actively dating. (Now, I passively date).
How does that Grindr one work?
I was single for about 10 years. Spent about 8 of those years on POF. Got so much tail, even I can't believe it. I'm surprised my pecker didn't fall off.
Been dating someone for 3 years now (a coworker, not an internet 'date'), so no more of that. Sometimes I miss the online dating thing though....
I still think Hannie is a dude.
There's a guy at work that married an online woman from Venezuela, she had a kid. He started cheating on her within a year.
I met some great chicks on Craigslist back in the day.
One might have been a keeper but I was working a temporary job in New Hampshire.
25 miles of me is slim pickings, 50 miles takes me to DC/Northern Virginia. I think the traffic down there and the amount of liberals has me very hesitant to “swipe right.”
Who do you think the guilty party is here? HH
Coworkers are not always a good idea to date.
Only one way to know...
You always impress me, sweetie.
Don't stay away so long. I missed you.
As did I. So good to see you back, Burno!!
I was a temporary contract worker. If it all had of gone south, I would have just bailed.
What do you do when they work for you?
I have seen another good solution is to date the interns?
In this case, she became a contract worker also, and we just travel and work together.