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sweethearts
joined March 24, 2006
female from Gold Coast, Australia
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Not at all. They are protecting their nest egg for whatever reason, could be children or the fact they are stepping into something quicker than they think with you. Once married then that would be a different story IMO.
    I had a pre-nup with an ex partner and in hindsight was thankful I did...only because it didn't complicate anything when we split.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    You do realise that is what tartar is don’t you? And over a period caused tooth decay...
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    I have a sensitive nose especially for bad breathe and probably due to having had gum disease myself and understanding that it’s a sign of the disease however I’ve noticed a lot of people have it too. It’s hard to keep a conversation when you’re trying to hold your breathe because of the smell, makes me want to wear a Michael Jackson mask like other asians do. Is my nose just super sensitive or is this common?
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    You went through his phone?????
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by Lioness18881
    Posted by sweethearts
    It seriously does in this neck of the woods and this day and age...

    Girls and Guys screw on the first met, not even on a date! They’re out and meet someone they like and wham bam it’s done and dusted. If a guy even asks you out on a one on one date is different these days. I’m not talking online either. I’m speaking meeting someone randomly that you click with and where from there.


    Haven't seen you post in a while. I thought you left.

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    Hi 👋
    I pop in and out to see what’s happening around the boards. So many have gone and it changes the dynamics of the place. Hope you’re well smile
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    It seriously does in this neck of the woods and this day and age...

    Girls and Guys screw on the first met, not even on a date! They’re out and meet someone they like and wham bam it’s done and dusted. If a guy even asks you out on a one on one date is different these days. I’m not talking online either. I’m speaking meeting someone randomly that you click with and where from there.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    You might attract them at first because they see a possible romance but you wouldn’t keep them because we’d soon work out we aren’t compatible and we need and prefer excitement in our relationships
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    And we’re addicted to attention so if we aren’t getting it we’ll come looking for it and because we’ve already told you we aren’t interested in settling down we don’t feel guilty if you are led on.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    But you still kept giving up sex and as I said he does like you just doesn’t want to commit.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    I forget everyone’s birthdays, my kids siblings, even forgotten my own on occasion. My gf rang me on hers before it was over, I missed the call and then the penny dropped why she was calling. She knows I’m hopeless with birthdays. I called her and as we were laughing after I apologised I said oh so it’s my daughters birthday tomorrow then :/

    The fact that he sincerely apologised I would think should mean a lot. Some people really just don’t give a F*** about it and some put too much enthusiast/importance to it.

    Is there a reason why you are particular about this guy? Are you crushing?
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    If you were the one he wanted to be with he wouldn’t let you go. If there’s an excuse it’s because he does like you and doesn’t want to hurt you in anyway so he’s thought up a way of letting you down gently.

    I’m guilty of this and always always think about if the shoe were on the other foot and premeditate my exit for least impact and/or debate.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Dumb question I think you’ll find EVERYONE hates being ignored
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    When did he confess his feelings for you and how long ago did he move counties?

    If anything like me, I pretty much map out my goals a year or 2 in advance and know The direction I’m heading. An impending relationship I Can see if they will fit my foreseeable immediate future and make a decision on that.

    Perhaps the timing isn’t right or someone else has come into his world since he moved.

    You shouldn’t have had sex so quickly until you felt you were both in the same space.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Truth is, there’s few people you want to be around like this so when you meet someone that “you” see potential in, you try and possibly stay longer than you should, hoping because “they” are few and far between!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Bad breath 😷 I got a real sensitive nose and some guys talk to you with all their breath! 🤢
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    A mature libra can and will because they’ve kissed many toads. Young ones... maybe not
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Don’t waste you time and energy, shallow unresponsive and tbh totally frustrating. He’ll never meet your desires and you’ll be left sitting waiting wishing for any real sign... then you’ll move on!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by jeane
    what do you think you'll regret the most? not going on the trip or not being with your daughter for the birth of her first child?


    In all honesty, not going on the trip and because she was upset by that and saying I'm selfish, it's why I am in 2 minds.

    On top of all this, I am not allowed around the baby to cuddle and kiss him because of "the whooping cough injection" which I am not having.

    So my role is to cook and clean to help out and wear a mask and look from a distance for the first 6 weeks. (I am happy enough to do my duty) however I personally don't think a week out will make a huge impact either way.

    Thanks all
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    I’d appreciate others opinions.

    My first grandchild (a boy) is due on July 13th to my oldest daughter. Been waiting for a while for this exciting event. My daughter had a couple miscarriages over the last year. She’s happily married (2 years) with a very stable loving husband and great support system close by. Her father and step mum who was previously a very good friend, 2 adult sisters + younger baby sister and a huge close knit religious family and my family live locally.

    I’ve been planning a trip to Europe with friends between June 30-July 21st (during school holidays so my other friends can get away.) It’s half way around the world from where we live and expensive, so 3 weeks is a very short trip, however also being a single woman, if I don’t jump on invitations like this, it rarely happens because a lot of people I know can’t afford time and money.

    So the dilemma is, my daughter is upset and thinks I should be there. Not for the birth because she’s happy and content with her husband being the only one in theatre but thinks I should be there as soon as baby is born. I have said to her that she will have plenty of support, yes it’s not her mother but if baby is born right on his supposed birthdate I won’t be too far away, a week at the most. If he’s born earlier then yes he’ll be a couple weeks by the time I meet him....

    So what do you all think?
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    As Timon, not a loner but do appreciate having alone time often. Some people just suck all the energy out of you!