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Sixty Fiver 11-06-12 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by ____asdfghjkl (Post 14918781)
who even goes on dates anymore?

Funny as I was having a serious talk with my 15 year old daughter tonight who was wondering how you can tell when a boy likes you and admits quite readily that she is as dim as I am when it comes to perceiving the interest of the opposite sex.

I told her that I was never much into formal dating and that my relationships have been more organic where you find that you enjoy someone else's company and get to know them before anything else happens and even then... I have always been pretty dim.

When I met my wife I told her I was planning on joining a monastery and she said, "that would be such a waste".

It took me a little while for me to completely figure that out.

I also told my daughter that the boys her age were probably pretty unskilled when it came to flirting and were probably as clueless as she is... :)

kache_98 11-07-12 07:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Lamplight (Post 14660891)
The real question is, how many of us have been 100% dateless since this thread was started a hundred years ago?

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spry 11-07-12 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by ____asdfghjkl (Post 14918781)
who even goes on dates anymore?

Any guy who want's to get lucky.

Makel 11-09-12 02:19 AM

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Originally Posted by spry (Post 14925334)
Any guy who want's to get lucky.

there is always bar hopping and various want ads

Wordbiker 12-31-12 05:01 PM

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Originally Posted by ____asdfghjkl (Post 14918781)
who even goes on dates anymore?

I've been on a few lately. Had a blast!

I have one tonight too... :innocent:

toddles 12-31-12 05:11 PM

I'm getting married and that officially takes me off the dating scenes. Does that count?

ahsposo 12-31-12 05:19 PM

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Originally Posted by toddles (Post 15105066)
I'm getting married and that officially takes me off the dating scenes. Does that count?

Did you meet her at a farm or at the zoo?

toddles 12-31-12 05:28 PM

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Originally Posted by ahsposo (Post 15105084)
Did you meet her at a farm or at the zoo?

Zoo. She has to be somewhat wild and not too domesticated. You, on the other hand, should step up and be a better husband. Be thankful somebody tolerates you.

spry 12-31-12 08:54 PM

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Originally Posted by kache_98 (Post 14923015)
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Not your fault hombre.
Ruben nailed that town pretty hard a few years back so it will be a while for women available to date again:(

Sixty Fiver 06-19-13 03:33 PM

Counting the days until I go to Oregon so I can bring my wife home... finally received the permanent residency papers.

Will need someone to take over DLA.Inc although I will retain my partnership in 2RSTG.Inc

rumrunn6 06-26-13 11:39 AM

I actually remember when you started this thread. is that sad? sounds like good news for you though. guess all the lamenting about no dates is over huh?

MangoPumpkin 06-27-13 07:23 AM

Yay for 65'r!!!

c0urt 06-27-13 11:59 AM

i have had the same chick for 3+ years. but i used to hang out here one a regular basis, amazing this thread is that old. I think it go me through college.

MillCreek 06-27-13 01:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver (Post 15760981)
Counting the days until I go to Oregon so I can bring my wife home... finally received the permanent residency papers.

Will need someone to take over DLA.Inc although I will retain my partnership in 2RSTG.Inc

I learn something every day: up until this moment when I Googled it, I did not realize that marrying a Canadian did not automatically grant Canadian citizenship to the non-Canadian spouse.

Keith99 06-27-13 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by MillCreek (Post 15790039)
I learn something every day: up until this moment when I Googled it, I did not realize that marrying a Canadian did not automatically grant Canadian citizenship to the non-Canadian spouse.

It does not in the States either. Even getting residency is far from automatic or assured.

MillCreek 06-27-13 03:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Keith99 (Post 15790186)
It does not in the States either. Even getting residency is far from automatic or assured.

So now that is two things I have learned today. So does this mean that all those emails I receive from 'Russian women who want to meet you!' are not just looking for a quick US citizenship? Hmmm.

Sixty Fiver 06-27-13 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by MillCreek (Post 15790039)
I learn something every day: up until this moment when I Googled it, I did not realize that marrying a Canadian did not automatically grant Canadian citizenship to the non-Canadian spouse.

The spouse has to meet all the requirements for immigration like knowing all the words to every Rush song, has to know the difference between back bacon and everything else that claims to be bacon, has to be able to tap a maple tree for syrup, and needs to bring one cat, two sheep, and six goats.

My wife is coming here with no restrictions which means she will be able to start working immediately and will have full health care coverage... this comes from marrying a guy who has some profound disability issues and is supposed to be retired.

I always think how lucky I am in that I was 100% and when we met and she could have bailed and when we made our vows there was nothing about "in sickness or in health" but just, "I give you my forever".

Will G 06-28-13 06:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver (Post 15790551)
The spouse has to meet all the requirements for immigration like knowing all the words to every Rush song, has to know the difference between back bacon and everything else that claims to be bacon, has to be able to tap a maple tree for syrup, and needs to bring one cat, two sheep, and six goats.

My wife is coming here with no restrictions which means she will be able to start working immediately and will have full health care coverage... this comes from marrying a guy who has some profound disability issues and is supposed to be retired.

I always think how lucky I am in that I was 100% and when we met and she could have bailed and when we made our vows there was nothing about "in sickness or in health" but just, "I give you my forever".

Doesn't have to like hockey or understand curling? When was that taken out of the rules?

skijor 06-28-13 09:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Will G (Post 15792246)
Doesn't have to like hockey or understand curling? When was that taken out of the rules?

Those are assumed/implied. However, you can get a waiver if the Canuck-to-be has been bitten by a mse.

Sixty Fiver 06-28-13 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Will G (Post 15792246)
Doesn't have to like hockey or understand curling? When was that taken out of the rules?

Nobody understands curling.

steve0257 06-29-13 06:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver (Post 15793125)
Nobody understands curling.

Including the people who curl.

pammyb 06-30-13 06:59 PM

I know this thread is old, but count me in this dateless loser club. *thumbs up*

Sixty Fiver 06-30-13 09:34 PM

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Originally Posted by pammyb (Post 15800332)
I know this thread is old, but count me in this dateless loser club. *thumbs up*

Welcome... do sit down and make yourself comfortable.

pammyb 07-01-13 03:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver (Post 15800830)
Welcome... do sit down and make yourself comfortable.

*parks bike under shade tree and makes self comfy*

ahsposo 07-02-13 06:23 PM

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Originally Posted by pammyb (Post 15803536)
*parks bike under shade tree and makes self comfy*

BOTLO for an avatar that looks like a semi-intelligent Alsatian. He's not to be trusted. He lies. Check out the "Tell a Lie about the Previous Poster" Uh, huh. Uh, Huh. They are lame!


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