My house ;)
You mean online dating? I tried that and I got nothing but cyberbullies
i didnt know you could get all that in one guy lol.<br />
when you find out PLZ tellme lol x
Right here on EP...<br />
Anywhere you have a common interest, really.
i would add "good,humble,spiritual,wise men"<br />
well!i don't know if such a place exists<br />
one good thing could be to ask myself if i deserve such a man<br />
maybe,instead of looking for the prince of the fairytales, i could try to work on myself and become a better me<br />
now,loneliness is horrible;being transparent,when everyday i meet couples who seem to love each other<br />
so,for Xmas,this will be my prayer to Father christmas
That's what I do too
Without trying, I've met quite a few great guys here on EP; two of which became very special to me.
Only if you're a med student
go tolunch in a bussiness office dressed bussiness style and ask someone who is eating alone if you may sit down, tell him your there for a job interview and that you arrived early, and then start up a conversation
you can find right here on EP. you actually talking to what you just described.<br />
stay away from the bars and clubs by the way. I recommend the supermarket or universities because thats where the women in my area try to pick up guys
well, most people are too embarrassed to admit that they look for love, online. but, i have. and, no i'm not from a company that is trying to scam you and, take your money. lol. but, i have found interesting and, nice men, very attractive and, local on plentyoffish.com. it's free, and you can search through hundreds of men. well, good luck. i have used the site, and it's great since it's free!
in new orleans they all can cook and some are really what you are looking for but i think you should have looked when you were young
Being an intelligent attractive young man I would have to say here (H) I kid...<br />
University is probably best, young enough to still be honest and accepting and old enough to be mature and dedicated, and the environment automatically means that the idiots women make mistakes with tend to drop out. I don't know if it differs from country to country but that's my experience from here in the UK.
What if college isn't your thing? I tried it, went back home, and attended a different school outside the university life.
Good one but too quiet.