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    What do you think of the expression, "There's someone for everyone"?

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    Not true, I have a relative that lived with his mother until she died . He is 83. No woman wanted him or ever will.

    Clonge

    Give him some more time!
    Ducky

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    If he ever wins 10 million dollars, he'll be very wanted! lol
    Bob/PKB

    LOL....maybe his "someone" was his mom. Not to suggest anything was amiss, just best suited for the amiable companionship of her.
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Probably. :)
    zorro

    Let me put it to you this way. To save money he drives a vehicle without a/c. He will urinate in a gallon jug , pour out when full, just to save money on water. Its not about saving water. That's just only the beginning. There is a reason why some people don't marry. That's probably best for the human race.
    Ducky

    Moderator
    He sounds like a wonderful man. I think I want him. LOLOLOL!!!
    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    No Ducky you don't want him, he'll pee in your pond. LOL
    Ducky

    Moderator
    lol and eewwwwww......
    Bob/PKB

    OK, zorro. The additional information should be included with his "cupid.com" and "eharmony.com" signups. Just a little off...
    mycatsmom

    Clonge, LOL

    It's probably true. All you have to do is search the world to see where they are hiding. Ask Country Bumpkin and ROMOS.

    Ducky

    Moderator
    <3 <3

    I do believe there is someone for everyone, but some people are oblivious when the right person comes along or they just don't want a relationship with anyone. 

    mycatsmom

    That's right

    I am 57 years old and have never been out on a date (unless lunch with a friend counts as a date…..). Was married once for 3 years and divorced before I turned 21. I’ve been hooked up with James for 13 years but don’t want to marry him. My niece put it best when she found her beau: she told my sister that she had met the man she wants to spend the rest of her life with……….

    Clonge

    I remember that date. You were chaperoned!
    Clonge

    If James' geography improves, does he have a chance?
    jhharlan

    James is too dangerous to marry. I guess that makes him exciting somewhat. His conversation skills are lacking and his sense of humor is off, somehow we can’t seem to dump one another and mean it…….
    Clonge

    Where would he go anyway, Austin, Massachusetts?
    Bob/PKB

    I've enjoyed conversation with James and heard the loving phone messages he leaves for Julie, and how considerately he cares for her when she has problems with her sugar level. He's taken care of her for years! Anyone would be thrilled to be with someone as hard-working, faithful, and supportive as James.
    jhharlan

    Clonge, his plans are to die in the mountains of the west coast. And fly fish….
    jhharlan

    Bob, got the nicest email from Jim. He hates his eyebrows…..
    Clonge

    Julie: His plans: In that order?
    Bob/PKB

    JHH: Such a nice man....the one who got away. :/
    jhharlan

    Clonge, James' attention span is fleeting. He's going to hitch hike, too.
    jhharlan

    Oh, Bob. Ye of little faith. He's not absolutely out of my grasp. But is an intellectual snob, have to find a way around this......

    From personal experience, I doubt that I am anyone's "someone". 

    Clonge

    Don't be so hard on yourself. You have plenty to offer!
    Ducky

    Moderator
    WHAT? I don't believe that for one minute. The only problem you might have, is finding someone who is as intelligent as you are but he's out there somewhere. Relax and don't settle.
    (I gave you a TU but not because I agree with your answer.)
    Bob/PKB

    Apparently, Mr. Irresistible thinks I'm a chaperone. (*)
    Clonge

    Oh......THAT date (LOL!)
    hector5559

    I told you to ware that short bowling skirt white with the pleats,
    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    LOL Dennis You are such a perv! Bob I waited over 10 years from the time I divorced until I found love with Roy. You will find Mr. Right just don't rush things.
    Bob/PKB

    hector: NO PLEATS
    CB: I agree with you. I'm enjoying a flirty WWF friendship with a local guy who is out of state for a year, which is fun. I'm sad for those who are in sick relationships and don't have the strength to get out of them...for fear, lack of self-respect, laziness, or habit....alone has its advantages, and beats sick any day.

    There MUST be some truth to it. Even Trump can't believe that someone would hook up with Rosie.

    Ducky

    Moderator
    They do, but never for very long.

    There is always someone for everyone,,and you may meet that person more than once,,however sometimes the want list is a bit out of whack,,and mister right or mrs right glides on by,,just my personal opinion folks..>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<.. 

    .... I stopped looking


    ....we are working on 44 years, Jan. 26


     

    I believe yes, there is someone for everyone, but the problem is distance. Your perfect someone for you might be on the other side of the planet or across the country. I give CB and Romeos a lot of credit for overcoming those odds  and taking the plunge. And my nephew managed to marry a girl that lived in Florida and he was  from Wisconsin. She had a lot to do with that. He said 2,000 miles meant nothing to her.

    I think it's true.



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