Damn ! Things are moving too fast now, need a female partner. How bout you ?
I am sure that all of that works, but it sure sounds like a lot of work.A single person (male or female) who wants to find partner has to make it known to the opposite gender that he is available.
The best way to do that is for him to start dating women---whoever he can---without regard to whether the othet person is attractive or has a good personality.
What evolves is the available man gets into circulation with other singles. He runs into single women and eventually he will find one who meshes with him.
He also needs to do things like go to church, join social or charity organizations, etc., wherever people mix and mingle.
I think of it like the little black bugs that zip around on the surface of a lake. They bump into a hundred other bugs and eventually they run into one that is compatible.
The other place I met women when I was single was in grocery stores. It's really easy to start a conversation there. Ask a woman who is by herself about some food or whatever to get the ball rolling. Something like, "Excuse me, can you tell me which one of these roasts is the best one?"
Heck, I have had women start conversations with me in grocery stores. Once, when I was looking at frozen pizzas a woman came up behind me and asked, "See anything you like?"
But at that time I was too ignorant to catch her drift.
Hubby broke both those rules about 38 1/2 years ago. We've had rough patches but we were determined to make it work.Do not commit to marry ANY woman until you have known each other for at least 2 years. People (men and women) will pretend to be whatever you are seeking in order to get you to make a commitment. Then their true personality comes out.
Do not marry any woman who is under about 25 years old. They will grow up into someone different. There is an old saying that men marry a woman hoping that she won't change, and women marry a man hoping that he will change---and both end up being disappointed.
You could always work cattle while still dating. That's guaranteed to bring out the worst you. LolBill Murray reportedly told a couple he met not to get married until they had traveled around the world together. Most can't afford a trip like that but there is something to be said for spending a lot of time together during trying situations. The real you comes out. Dating gives you an idea of what someone is like when they are on their best behavior. A 24/7 life together is not like that.
No. I don't swing that way 🤪
Or dock a sailboat 🤣🤣🤣You could always work cattle while still dating. That's guaranteed to bring out the worst you. Lol
Not really. Sometimes the one you think is not the right one turns out to be a life-long partner.You date women you have no interest in to get into the crowd NRA?!! That is seriously a low life thing to do.