I want to be in a relationship.

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    Jun 07, 2014 6:47 AM GMT
    I've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?
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    Jun 07, 2014 6:49 AM GMT
    Oh gurl...
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    Jun 07, 2014 6:50 AM GMT
    ArkKid saidI've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?


    Umm, you're only 22.
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    Jun 07, 2014 6:56 AM GMT
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid saidI've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?


    Umm, you're only 22.


    Your point?
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    Jun 07, 2014 7:03 AM GMT
    ArkKid said
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid saidI've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?


    Umm, you're only 22.


    Your point?


    My point is that you're only 22 and if all your friends are getting engaged/married, they're either A) making a very big mistake or B) much older than you.
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    Jun 07, 2014 8:58 AM GMT
    bon_pan said
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid said
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid saidI've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?


    Umm, you're only 22.


    Your point?


    My point is that you're only 22 and if all your friends are getting engaged/married, they're either A) making a very big mistake or B) much older than you.


    Sez big ole clamsnapper from out his A-hole


    Maybe you can tell the OP about your grandson's dating experience. They're probably around the same age, might be useful.
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    Jun 07, 2014 9:01 AM GMT
    Grandpa talks funny...
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    Jun 07, 2014 7:58 PM GMT
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid said
    the_realz_dealz said
    ArkKid saidI've never been on a date nor have I ever been in a relationship.
    Anyone else have this problem? It's a little depressing seeing all your friends getting engaged/married while you just sit there. Is love overrated?


    Umm, you're only 22.


    Your point?


    My point is that you're only 22 and if all your friends are getting engaged/married, they're either A) making a very big mistake or B) much older than you.

    Relationships at your age rarely work out. Doesn't mean you shouldn't try - even relationships that don't work out are rewarding for a while and give good life lessons. But never having had a date - that can't be pleasant if you wanted to. (Does that include short encounters?) Little Rock is too far away? (There must be some gaylife there.) In the meantime, consider taking a summer trip to a gay vacation spot, where vacation affairs are available.

    Love is not overrated - but you can't expect to have it at any given time in your life. It comes along when you're least expecting it - and more likely later in your 20s.
  • phildec159

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    Jun 27, 2014 9:59 AM GMT
    have you tried asking anyone out on a date or are you just sitting around waiting for someone to ask you? cause if it's the latter, you might need to change that and just go for it. From the thread title, you sound like you really want to date and meet someone, so I think you just have to put in the work for it.
  • Lewnatic

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    Jun 27, 2014 12:19 PM GMT
    Grass always looks greener at this age. You see one of your friends in a seemingly happy relationship and you suddenly feel like you have a hole in your life that can only be filled by a pair of trousers. Pull yourself together! You're 22, you should be out living life, not worrying about being single.

    Personally, I prefer dating. I meet a guy, we have a few drinks, we text for a while in between going out every so often. I just enjoy the ride until it fizzles out (and no, this doesn't mean I ever do anything sexual with them). I think that's better: meeting people. If something more ever comes of it...well, that's out of my control and who knows it could be something pretty amazing, but I don't actively date guys with the prospect of a relationship in my mind. Do that and you'll be disappointed every single time.
    And hey, long term relationships at our age (I'm 21) rarely work out. I have a few gay friends who haven't even been in their relationships for 6 months and they're already arguing all the time and come off really miserable when we go out. Relationships at such a young age tend to have very, very short expiry dates.

    You wouldn't buy a bottle of milk that goes off tomorrow, you buy the one with the date most far away and get your use out of it!
  • glowstik

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    Jun 28, 2014 6:48 AM GMT
    Ill just chime in here and say I just finished a first date with a 22 year old cutie!
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    Jun 28, 2014 12:58 PM GMT
    location, location, location
    and the OP's is Arkansasicon_cool.gif
  • Apparition

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    Jun 29, 2014 5:46 AM GMT
    Take your cock out and say, anyone want to help me out? Pretty simple.