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    The answer should be:

    Nah to the Ah to the No No No
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    No.
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    Yes
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    nope.
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    Everyone finds love at their own pace. Don't worry, it isn't bad at all
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    it depends if you have always been single before you reached 30.

    If YES, it is very bad. No one's wanted you for the past 18 years and they most likely won't for the next 18 either.

    If NO. It's not bad at all. You're now free to sample all the other meat in the market.
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    It isn't something we have the weight to consider ourselves, the more important question is whether you are satisfied yourself: if there is something in your life that can fill the space that a relationship would otherwise take up, who am I to judge the way you live?
    If you want a relationship, put yourself out there and all that, you know how the drill goes, comfort zone and stuff.
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    Yes
    Explain why.

    To the OP - obviously not.
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    Not really a "bad or "good" thing, it boils down to what your life goals are.
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    It is very very bad I'm afraid.
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    Not at all! I know plenty of people who were happily single at 30 and are now engaged or married, just enjoy life and take it at your own pace 😊
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    (Original post by nonotyoutoo)
    it depends if you have always been single before you reached 30.

    If YES, it is very bad. No one's wanted you for the past 18 years and they most likely won't for the next 18 either.

    If NO. It's not bad at all. You're now free to sample all the other meat in the market.
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    Not at all! I know plenty of people who were happily single at 30 and are now engaged or married, just enjoy life and take it at your own pace 😊
 
 
 
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