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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Being single does not mean your social-life is filled with FWBs, nor does it mean you're "missing something" by not being a spouse o...See More

Single. (adj.) (1) Choosing to wait until God gives me the discernment to love and accept the one He has placed in my life to love and accept me. (2) Choosing to wait until I have reached a state where my career and my love-life do not fight for my time or attention, where both can live peacefully in unity. (3) Choosing to wait until I have grown to love myself fully, learned what makes me happy, and have learned enough about my past and present to sustain a bright future (4) Accepting it as a choice and not rushing into anything despite the fad, the baby-booming, or societies idea of where I "should" be. (5) Being a FRIEND to the opposite sex and Enjoying my single life.

Gents, this is the year to $h!t or get off the pot. Pick a chick, and stick with her. Commit to the one you want, and leave those others alone. If you like it then you should put a ring on it (at least a promise ring). Women are hitting the exit like no other. No time for grey-areas, FWB, or GF#2. D@mn near 30 is too old to have a "boo". Pursuit, courting, monogamy, and exclusivity in 2013! Anything worth having is worth working for! #GetRightorGetLeft#

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PHATPAT18 4/18/2013 10:26AM

    38 years of having a ring on it and very happy. Today is my groom's 64th birthday.

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JLEMUS1 4/18/2013 10:16AM

    I got married this year and couldn't agree more!! Lets get back to core values and stand strong!! emoticon

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