how many of you HONESTLY think that you will find Mr Right?

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    Jun 03, 2013 12:34 PM GMT
    Obviously this question is directed towards guys under 40. gays over 40 (most who are still posing shirtless for bathroom mirror pics and posting nude pics on the net like teenagers) need not reply... your time is up LMFAO

    It's been scientifically proven that the average gay "relationship" lasts for 1 week and 95% of that time is spent having wild sex as opposed to building some form of understanding

    Most gay men are better at having a meaningless sexual encounter than engaging in a thoughtful conversation

    Most gay men never find Mr Right

    So what about you? Do you think you'll find Mr Right?

    Remember, gays are thrown into the trash can by age 40. The clock is ticking boys ;)

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    Jun 03, 2013 1:37 PM GMT
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  • Puppymuncher

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    Jun 03, 2013 7:34 PM GMT
    Fuck that shit. With these genes, a healthy lifestyle, and the wonders of plastic surgery, I'm gonna look 25 until I turn 70! icon_cool.gif

    But jokes aside..

    1) Already found Mr. Right.

    2) It's gonna be 4 years this aug

    3) Believe it or not, those 40+ year old guys are more relevant than you give them credit for.
  • Puppymuncher

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    Jun 03, 2013 7:36 PM GMT
    drew123 said

    It's been scientifically proven that the average gay "relationship" lasts for 1 week and 95% of that time is spent having wild sex as opposed to building some form of understanding




    That's bullshit. There's no science involved, just surveying people on how long their relationship lasts. Also, there's no way in hell anyone can collect enough data to represent the entire gay community.

    There. Now stop pulling "facts" out of your ass.
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    Jun 03, 2013 7:56 PM GMT
    Puppymuncher said
    drew123 said

    It's been scientifically proven that the average gay "relationship" lasts for 1 week and 95% of that time is spent having wild sex as opposed to building some form of understanding




    That's bullshit. There's no science involved, just surveying people on how long their relationship lasts.


    Exactly! If there is a supposed "scientific" evidence, then that means the research has been published in a well-known journal. So where's this article/journal link? Let me guess....I need to google it!

    Oh wait, I'm over 40. My time is up....


    ***leaves thread and shuts door***
  • WApilot

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    Jun 03, 2013 10:55 PM GMT
    Well, I'm 25 (in three days) and my boyfriend is 38.
    I don't know about 'soul mates' or 'mr. right' but my boyfriend and I are perfect for each other. We've had our disagreements, but we always solve it with good communication. We talk to each other and not at each other. We always discuss things, no matter how small the topic, before they become larger problems.

    My boyfriend is almost 40 but I find him to be the most attractive guy in the world. Our families get along well together, my friends love him and his friends love me. So, I know my guy is my guy, the guy I've wanted for a long time.
  • BloodFlame

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    Jun 03, 2013 11:25 PM GMT
    Ignoring your BS facts about how gays can't have relationships and only sexual ones.

    I'm going to be honest. I'm going to be 22 years old this year. I have yet to have a boyfriend or even a deep relationship with a guy. And honestly, I sometimes feel I won't ever have a boyfriend. Yep, I know. The whole "You're only 22, wait till your 40". But the thing is, it certainly feels like time is moving fast. And not to mention the fact that I have almost nothing in common with other guys to even have a deep thoughtful relationship (especially with guys my age).

    So one really has to wonder y' know? However, that doesn't mean I'm going to stop caring for myself. I'm still going to try to keep in shape and eat better and all that good self. Probably even invest in looking up info for coping for perpetual singleness. lol Probably get a dog. Their man's best friend and they'll love you no matter what as long as you walk, play, and feed them icon_smile.gif

    Also, I wouldn't say guys over 40 are wasted goods. That's stupid. >_>
  • ADL14

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    Jun 03, 2013 11:47 PM GMT
    I honestly don't know. As everyone says, we are young and there is so much time to meet people. But It's hard to believe that when time is moving so fast. I'm going to be 23 years old this November!

    I do try to be rational in thinking that I will probably move from Dayton and be exposed to a new, larger pool of decent guys.
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    Jun 04, 2013 12:13 AM GMT
    The chances are pretty slim. icon_confused.gif Homosexuality is like a curse that reduces the chances of you finding a partner just because we're so small in number. But I'm not worried about it, there are way more things in life to find happiness in than just a relationship or sex. icon_smile.gif If it happens it happens, then awesome! If not, oh well, I've still got my family and friends.

    Also I totally disagree about the whole "40" statement...
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:30 AM GMT
    drew said, "Remember, gays are thrown into the trash can by age 40."

    drew, I think this your perception and not reality. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:36 AM GMT
    I'm sure hoping to..
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:36 AM GMT
    It might take a bit of luck...
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:40 AM GMT
    Losing faith pretty fast after a string of getting my hopes up and then having things fall short (read: smashed into 1,000,000 pieces) but the "high" from when a relationship is really, really good is worth continued effort.
  • highinsight

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    Jun 04, 2013 4:43 AM GMT
    I do, I never had a boyfriend up to this point, but the things I value in a significant don't exactly correlate to the average gay male. A lot of guys these days only care about masculinity, and being in shape, yada yada, but they don't see what's really important. I do think I'll find mister right.
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:46 AM GMT
    grrrrrant saidLosing faith pretty fast after a string of getting my hopes up and then having things fall short (read: smashed into 1,000,000 pieces) but the "high" from when a relationship is really, really good is worth continued effort.


    So so true when you have its sooo good, but when it's gone one can forget how great it is to simply be loved, though honoring love lost is a good philosophy to go by I have found.

    I don't think I will ever find Mr. Right, no one is perfect or that 'right' haha, the more issues you have with yourself I think the more perfection your going to seek in the person your looking for, anyways that's just what I think.
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:55 AM GMT
    Heynice2meetya said
    grrrrrant saidLosing faith pretty fast after a string of getting my hopes up and then having things fall short (read: smashed into 1,000,000 pieces) but the "high" from when a relationship is really, really good is worth continued effort.


    So so true when you have its sooo good, but when it's gone one can forget how great it is to simply be loved, though honoring love lost is a good philosophy to go by I have found.

    I don't think I will ever find Mr. Right, no one is perfect or that 'right' haha, the more issues you have with yourself I think the more perfection your going to seek in the person your looking for, anyways that's just what I think.


    ..or, your issues, (although I don't think of them that way) will dovetail nicely with those your partner has; and perhaps his will be ones that you can help him navigate, and he yours. You may find his foibles attractive and exclusively yours to observe, to love, to wonder over. In this way, I think, is Mr Right. And even better, there are several, even many, that may fit the bill. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 04, 2013 4:57 AM GMT
    There is no single Mr. Right. There are several viable options that can work out into a successful relationship.
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:11 AM GMT
    drew123 saidgays over 40 (most who are still posing shirtless for bathroom mirror pics and posting nude pics on the net like teenagers) need not reply... your time is up LMFAO



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    Wow... that's pretty immature.
  • RaggedyMan

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    Jun 04, 2013 5:14 AM GMT
    Already found him.
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:16 AM GMT
    First of all, I don't think anyone ever has to give up hope for a lasting romantic relationship, no matter what age. Secondly, the mentality of gay men only wanting sex is diminishing. Gay men are becoming more comfortable, and, therefore, less immature when it comes to things like that. I believe that in this era of gay marriage, gay men will realize that, yes, they can establish lasting relationships. It may take some time, but I think that it will happen. Lastly, Mr. Right could be a number of people, but I do believe that I will find that one man with whom I will be able to share my life. Call me ridiculous, but I don't think I could ever give up hope for that.
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:19 AM GMT
    drew123 saidObviously this question is directed towards guys under 40. gays over 40 (most who are still posing shirtless for bathroom mirror pics and posting nude pics on the net like teenagers) need not reply... your time is up LMFAO

    It's been scientifically proven that the average gay "relationship" lasts for 1 week and 95% of that time is spent having wild sex as opposed to building some form of understanding

    Most gay men are better at having a meaningless sexual encounter than engaging in a thoughtful conversation

    Most gay men never find Mr Right

    So what about you? Do you think you'll find Mr Right?

    Remember, gays are thrown into the trash can by age 40. The clock is ticking boys ;)



    Nope , if he has not appeared by now it pretty much means most of life I was without him and probably never meant to find him.
    I have two options
    1) Go to therapy and find out why I ever felt I needed another person
    2) Just go and live an amazing life doing wonderful things, having great food, looking as hot as possible and just go through life laughing and happy.

    I will pick 2. It's damage control at it's finest.
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:21 AM GMT
    I do.

    Period.

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    Jun 04, 2013 5:22 AM GMT
    texas24 saidFirst of all, I don't think anyone ever has to give up hope for a lasting romantic relationship, no matter what age. Secondly, the mentality of gay men only wanting sex is diminishing. Gay men are becoming more comfortable, and, therefore, less immature when it comes to things like that. I believe that in this era of gay marriage, gay men will realize that, yes, they can establish lasting relationships. It may take some time, but I think that it will happen. Lastly, Mr. Right could be a number of people, but I do believe that I will find that one man with whom I will be able to share my life. Call me ridiculous, but I don't think I could ever give up hope for that.



    Alllllllll this!
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:23 AM GMT
    I am pessimistic when it comes to dating so I believe my chances are pretty slim. Who knows? I still have a lot more years to find out what I want in a man.
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    Jun 04, 2013 5:23 AM GMT
    texas24 saidFirst of all, I don't think anyone ever has to give up hope for a lasting romantic relationship, no matter what age. Secondly, the mentality of gay men only wanting sex is diminishing. Gay men are becoming more comfortable, and, therefore, less immature when it comes to things like that. I believe that in this era of gay marriage, gay men will realize that, yes, they can establish lasting relationships. It may take some time, but I think that it will happen. Lastly, Mr. Right could be a number of people, but I do believe that I will find that one man with whom I will be able to share my life. Call me ridiculous, but I don't think I could ever give up hope for that.


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