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Old 29-01-2011, 12:35   #166
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Being in a relationship with more than one person at a time is very time consuming and can at times be very difficult, I would imagine-- the 2 other partners being resentful at you at times-and then how close will you really get with either of them- is it really worth it?
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Old 29-01-2011, 12:45   #167
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Oh Saucy,

What a traitor to you sex! LOL. Now if you had said some of us are better looking, some of us have more stamina and some of us are more fun, I could agree. But come on - people are individuals. I'm way fun, and no risk of more kids!!

1 - they're higher maintenance
2 - they're more demanding
3 - your have to pay for your fun, one way or another

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i we upset any body sorry,if you got a few giggles,the more the better.

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Old 29-01-2011, 13:02   #168
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thanks to all that contributed to this serious and at times tongue in cheek thread.

i we upset any body sorry,if you got a few giggles,the more the better.

"life's best medicine laughter"
Wait!

Is that it?

The End????
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Old 29-01-2011, 13:05   #169
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Wait wait! I still wanted to argue for trading UP to an older woman! LOL.
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Wait wait! I still wanted to argue for trading UP to an older woman! LOL.
sometimes a mature wine is far superiour to wines of more youthful vintage.................
and a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush..............
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Old 29-01-2011, 13:32   #171
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and a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush..............
Just takes a little salt on my tail!

Arguments for the older woman (maybe even me?):
1. been there done that -ready to leave it behind to go sailing
2. knows kindness and a sense of humor are much more important that good looks
3. if she's looking, means a high libido
4. appreciates the 'morning surprise'
5. doesn't care if you look, 'cause she's lookin' at the young ones too!

There's more I'm sure!

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Just takes a little salt on my tail!

Arguments for the older woman (maybe even me?):
1. been there done that -ready to leave it behind to go sailing
2. knows kindness and a sense of humor are much more important that good looks
3. if she's looking, means a high libido
4. appreciates the 'morning surprise'
5. doesn't care if you look, 'cause she's lookin' at the young ones too!

There's more I'm sure!

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RESUME: HAVE SALT , WILL TRAVEL!!
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RESUME: HAVE SALT , WILL TRAVEL!!
Aw, Joey. You're such a romantic.
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Old 29-01-2011, 14:07   #174
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AAAAAHHHHHH LOVE ON THE NET,who needs marrige counseling,or dating sites when you got..........CRUISERS FORUM................
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Aw, Joey. You're such a romantic.
I was told by a friend that I was a "hopeless romantic".
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ok. I finally looked it up......definition:This person is in love with love.They believe in fairy tales and love.They're not to be confused as stalkers or creepy because that's not what a hopeless romantic is. All hopeless romantics are idealists,the sentimental dreamers,the imaginative and the fanciful when you get to know them.They often live with rose colored glasses on.They make lovelook like an art form with all the romantic things they do for their special someone.
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Romanticism can be a bad thing. If you imagine perfect romantic scenarios, reality can then sometimes be a disappointment. After all, romantic images never have flaws, but in reality we all do. Better to embrace them. Being in love can often mask the flaws at first in all the excitement, but the truth will out!

Perhaps that's what you friend meant? You tend to over romanticise situations and then reality jumps up and slaps you!

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AAAAAHHHHHH LOVE ON THE NET,who needs marrige counseling,or dating sites when you got..........CRUISERS FORUM................
and with Valentines Night just a fortnight away, this forum could turn into the Luuuve forum
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and with Valentines Night just a fortnight away, this forum could turn into the Luuuve forum


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Old 29-01-2011, 15:15   #180
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r only as young as ?

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Casanova had it correct.
High and proud, hard belly, their eyes as they experience new things, but if you keep them, you have to listen to them.
Younger women are like a properly cooked meal. You eat your fill and throw the bones away!
When you need a friend, an older woman is the correct choice, always!
-theb gal u feel,,doesnt work 4 me but im still under 50 and after that blood flow is max with viagra,,so drop 75mg of viagra and go work the stern and if u have a heart attack at least u died happy?,,u ever been called a dildo?,, think about that sytatement next time your buying batteries,,
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