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    (Original post by sr90)
    Not really, i've never been on a date or anything. I've kissed a few people whilst incredibly drunk but that's it.

    You'd think being friends with a load of girls would make it easy to meet someone as they could introduce you to their friends, tell you what you need to change in yourself etc but nope.
    If i recall correctly you have a well paying job. Why dont you just buy hookers in poor countries?

    Thats what i want. If you want unconditional love you have your parents for that, and you could get yourself a dog. Hookers for sex.
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    (Original post by exObese)
    If i recall correctly you have a well paying job. Why dont you just buy hookers in poor countries?

    Thats what i want. If you want unconditional love you have your parents for that, and you could get yourself a dog. Hookers for sex.
    My Mum lives 300 miles away and I haven't seen or spoken to my Dad in 10 years.

    I'm not doing that because it won't solve anything.
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    I don't consider myself an introvert like some on this thread have admitted to being. I have a decent amount of friends, i love socialising. But in terms of romantic partners I'm pretty much in the same position and it really gets me down at times, especially when you see a lot of your friends getting into relationships (or at least casually dating). I'll be 22 soon and I still haven't had a proper relationship. I also thought that having female friends would mean they would introduce me to people but that doesn't seem to be the case at all.

    Think I might have to get Tinder or something
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    (Original post by VladThe1mpaler)
    But in terms of romantic partners I'm pretty much in the same position and it really gets me down at times, especially when you see a lot of your friends getting into relationships (or at least casually dating). I'll be 22 soon and I still haven't had a proper relationship. I also thought that having female friends would mean they would introduce me to people but that doesn't seem to be the case at all.

    Think I might have to get Tinder or something
    It gets even worse when you see them all getting engaged/married. My job is full of people my age yet they're all married, engaged or living together. Half of them have mortgages. It's so depressing. I'm the only single person in my team at work (12 people), the only single person in my extended family (11 first cousins and 2 siblings) and I was the only single person in my group at uni (15 people).
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    (Original post by VladThe1mpaler)
    I don't consider myself an introvert like some on this thread have admitted to being. I have a decent amount of friends, i love socialising. But in terms of romantic partners I'm pretty much in the same position and it really gets me down at times, especially when you see a lot of your friends getting into relationships (or at least casually dating). I'll be 22 soon and I still haven't had a proper relationship. I also thought that having female friends would mean they would introduce me to people but that doesn't seem to be the case at all.

    Think I might have to get Tinder or something
    I'm pretty much the same and as Sr90 said, I'm only a year older than yourself (well almost 24) and I'm seeing an ever increasing number getting engaged and married.

    Even when I was at uni I had a pool of potential partners etc, now it's just like nothing at all.
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    (Original post by sr90)
    It gets even worse when you see them all getting engaged/married. My job is full of people my age yet they're all married, engaged or living together. Half of them have mortgages. It's so depressing. I'm the only single person in my team at work (12 people), the only single person in my extended family (11 first cousins and 2 siblings) and I was the only single person in my group at uni (15 people).
    (Original post by DanB1991)
    I'm pretty much the same and as Sr90 said, I'm only a year older than yourself (well almost 24) and I'm seeing an ever increasing number getting engaged and married.

    Even when I was at uni I had a pool of potential partners etc, now it's just like nothing at all.
    I don't know what the issue is to be honest. As I said I'm not an introvert or anything and I don't think I'm extremely unattractive. I have had a some luck in clubs once or twice when I have been very drunk but nothing apart from that, not even an actual date.
 
 
 
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