Skytrain hottie
We kept smiling at each other today on the train. It was 12.30ish, you got on at commercial and got of at Granville. You were a beautiful Asian girl and I was the tall Caucasian...
While a wedding ring on a straight married man (or woman) will be assumed to mean “taken and off-limits”, the same assumption doesn’t apply in the case of a married gay man.


Our acquaintance is in the past. Still,I cant forget you. I hope one day we cross paths
Rating: +1
I want a married woman I no longer am in contact with. At one time we had a strong connection, but I started to fall for her and pulled away as I was in my own serious relationship, and she took it resentfully. This woman had some determined goals: when she would be married, where she wanted to live, how she would go about achieving that. So, I'm not sure how much the marriage is simply fulfilling her checklist. Do I respect it and attempt to move on? Do I have the right to even contact her?
Rating: -2
That I want an older man to take care of me and in exchange I would do all the house work and take care of the kind(s). To be a 1950's housewife. I don't want to work...
Rating: 0
I can't believe the amount of hate this guy got. He just asked 50 women for their phone number. That's it. He didn't harass them or anything. At least he's trying. A lot better than him giving up and then posting on here about how hard its to meet women like half the people on here. The comments from people about how this guys a loser are totally uncalled for. You should be encouraging him instead of discouraging people from trying to find love. So many people in the lower mainland are so closed minded.
Rating: +18
I confess I want to break up with my "long distance" boyfriend. He has given me many signs he wants to break up with me, infrequent texts, not phoning, not jumping at the chance to spend time with me, no more flirty comments, no more intimate moments. I'm his emotional sounding board, and no perks. I am a catch, great job, non-demanding, always ready to go. I want to date a guy in my building. My eyes light up when I am near him, he always has the most interesting & intriguing things to say, makes me laugh, and I can't stop staring at him, and he's a musician. But, I am afraid he doesn't feel the same. So, I'm going to break up with my boyfriend and deal with my stuff first.
Rating: +40
If I told them that I have never had a boyfriend before and I am in my late 20s. They all assume I am too picky and I have let them think that because the truth is not something I think they can understand. The truth is that I can't be in a physical relationship with anyone I don't have a deep connection with and essentially be in love with. When I say love I really mean it. It is not infatuation, superficial, or some cheap imitation off the shelf. Another way to put it is that for me to be physical with someone is like allowing them to touch my soul. Yes, super cheesy but it is the best I can describe it. I can't detatch my mind and body from each other like it seems everyone else can. The type of connection I need to make takes time which seems unfair to ask of someone. I guess I have been hoping to just be lucky enough to stumble across someone instead. I am starting to accept the probabilty that Loneliness will be my companion in life. No pity or feeling sad for me! There are much worst fates out there. Besides, it hasn't been as bad as the world seems to portray it.  I will end it here because my thoughts are convoluted as it is. Thanks for reading my confession and thoughts. Enjoy your day!
Rating: +43
if you still think about the night you kissed me... Waiting up to make sure I got home safe... Then for weeks we flirted around the issue... Until you told me about her... Perhaps that was your way of talking about it... You tell me how she hurts you... You play and pull at my heart strings... I never let you see it... All you see is the diligent friend. I listen to you but never ask about it... So careful not to cross any lines... you deserve better, so does she, so do I.
Rating: +7
I used to live downtown but now I just work in the city. The one thing that I really miss is the great energy from the different neighbourhoods, the greats stores, the cool multi cultured people that have blended into this great vibe. I smile much more when I'm downtown now. I suppose it's a matter of you don't know what you've got till it's gone. I would move back in a heartbeat if I could afford it!
Rating: +34