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We all acknowledge that men judge us on our appearance above anything else, and if they get to see all the flabby bits straight off the block we've got no chance!
You can't crack open a Cleo or finger a Marie Claire without reading some poor darling's despondent account of how speed-dating, and set-ups by married friends have amounted to nothing but slimy midnight texts from oversexed losers. On the weekend, as I paraded around a certain city beach wearing a silly orange hat re-doing my bronze medallion, it struck me that if a gal truly wanted to meet a healthy, community-minded fella who enjoys the great outdoors she need only join her local surf club.
My class often went to Spanish bars or films together so there is plenty of time for mingling. I know men don't like that environment, but women hit the shops by themselves as a form of relaxation or when they're feeling a bit bored or lonely.
And if nothing else, you can order tapas with classy pronunciation. I can't count the number of times I've been out and about at the shops by myself, sort of wishing that I might meet someone while I was out.
Posted by: devoid on December 11, 2007 PM As I recall, a great many people went to a lot of trouble to make many alternative (to clubs and pubs) suggestions to um - you devoid, over the past year or so? It seems to me, if a person goes somewhere or joins something "to meet a woman" or "meet a man" then the person is starting out with the wrong focus and is going to come across with a desperate vibe.
ALL sorts of suggestions which pretty much did not raise any positive comment or interest from you - I could be wrong but that was the impression - now Sam suggests a surf club and it's oh what a good idea! Of course there is no doubt that would be a great bonus ifyou are lonely and looking - but if for instance you go to dancing classes to "meet someone" primarily, rather than "have fun, get fit, learn a new skill" you are setting yourself up for being obvious, needy, overly keen - and maybe a bit boring and ultimately disappointed.
Concentrating on building balance,giving our lives meaning & wholeness *ourselves*, focusing on healthy wellbeing and genuine excitement about what we are doing, is a much healthier self supportive way to attract a love interest into our lives. This rule applies to all mixed sporting clubs...although most probably don't have such an advantageous ratio of Guys to Girls as the Surf Club scene... Why oh why didn't someone tell me all the hot women played tennis years ago?? Korfball Kinda like Netball but without the annoying rules... In Australia it's only properly played in Adelaide and Melbourne but it's mixed, good fitness and unlike tennis you HAVE to interact with the other gender!! I've been involved since 17 (now 29) and I have a solid group of mates (aged 25 to 32) all still involved either competing, on comittee's or patroling.
Clubs now days are so well set up to attract new members and get them qualified it's worth a shot. It's likely you'll end up meeting some nice, like minded nerds (that or creepy mouth breathing stalkers).
I live in London now and we have a surfboat here and train on the Thames and compete in the Cornish surf life saving events it's that good... Or if you're into cooking take a cooking class, or pottery if you like pottery, or knitting if you like old people... Sounds like great advice on the surface but unless you've got the body of a godess parading around in your swimsuit is not going to do you any favours with a bunch of lithe young men.
So for the majority of women this just aint gunna work.
I know for certain that many guys feel so bad about the whole "dating scene" that they give up and find something constructive to do instead - and I've heard rumours that there are females in a similar position, though I've yet to see any convincing evidence of it.
It'd be nice if people came up with more suggestions of alternate ways of meeting new people, I think the world is crying out for it.
It's more the relationship they have with their body - they use it, they enjoy it and they're having fun in the process.