I would love to know how a very attractive woman in her early 70s living in Brooklyn can even get a date in this city.
It was devastating, and afterward I was so heartbroken – even though there were many problems with that relationship. We may be miles apart in geography, but the world is getting smaller every day.
I would like to relocate to another State, so don’t let New York throw you. If you live far away and you are interested in talking to me that is a good start.
He supports animal causes, civil rights, and fair play, and opposes political correctness, bicycles on the sidewalk, and most other forms of selfishness and stupidity.
She got a lot of embarrassing attention after suing a dating service that promised her introductions to wealthy, high-profile bachelors for the purpose of canoodling and maybe more.
I joined Smokenders because I wanted to meet a woman who smoked. I can understand the instinct, but if it’s love you are looking for, wealth and fame are bad measures.
I signed up for dance lessons because you were guaranteed to have a woman in your arms. In the twilight of the 20th century, along came the internet, which killed personal ads, such as the very popular ones in Philadelphia Magazine, back when “SJW” meant Single Jewish Woman and not Social Justice Warrior. I had a lot of first dates, a few second dates, but nothing permanent. Most sites “suggest” people they think would be a match. Her true love might have been a scenery painter at QVC, but would she have even looked at him? Fix #2: You’re saying, in essence, “I don’t care where you live, write to me.” So that’s what men do!If you want people who live in Brooklyn or at least New York City, kill those first two paragraphs. Your first two paragraphs say nothing about you or what you’re looking for. They don’t read them word for word if the first paragraph doesn’t grab them.Witty and with just the right creative juices to keep my man entertained and never bored.I enjoy all types of music especially Classical and Alternative Music.I am willing to move in the future for the right person if that should happen.