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Old 07-03-2007, 05:50 PM   #41
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I've got the cure, i think.
According to my 22yo son, bringing my grandson to the mall is the #1 best way to meet girls.

Of course I get get to suffer the consequence of him shouting "Look Popa! Theres a Hot Babe!" in the middle of Home Depot the next day.
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puppies are a great way of attracting chicks also
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single for some nice girl to throw him a bone. Just kidding on the bone. I'm 28 and still single, its getting old. Dont know if the Bonneville is bringing them around.
Like already mentioned; just get out there and be social. I'm only 20 and just going to the local grocery stores doing some normal shopping you can meet people. It'* all about how you carry yourself a little smile here or a little ice breaker with the cashier. You don't have to go bar hopping to meet women, just be a little more aware of people your around in your everyday activities.

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You mean there'* more then one Tracy on this forum.........Oh. Oh. I'm in trouble now...........where'* my post?
What??? Are you new or something????


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As if you knew what my first name was before I posted it all over the forum. New no, slow...........well....................NOT!
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I know didn't find the "one till they were like 50+ and now couldn't be happier
If I have to wait till 50 I will commit myself to the psych ward, or shoot myself. lol

Anyways, thanks guys (and girl) for all the comments. Usually I am the one doing the commenting and not posting things like this, but I figured why not. I am the counselor, its what I do professionally, but I thought I would see what people had to say. As to those offering advice and some criticizing it, I have learned there are no rules, what works, works, not all the time, not some of the time, but if it works the one time for the right person, then it works. This includes myspace, eharmony, whatever else. If someone finds the One, then who can mock it. I just haven't found what works for me yet, and/or the timing of it to work.
Some of you had some really good things to say, I could quote them but it would make this post longer then it already is. I just have never dated much, had one long term relationship, I am a nice guy, know how to treat girls, to the point no one can understand why I am single. But I am, ok enough venting on the forum, sorry guys.
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