Hitting the town!!! (10)

Nov 15, 2017 7:19 AM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa
YappaYappaDeniliquin, New South Wales Australia2 Threads 49 Posts
Why is it that when we hit our mid 30's, 40's we become home bodies that prefer to stay at home and have a bbq or a few quiet drinks with the same people but then get on here to talk to different people or to try find a potential partner. I prefer to go out but I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out whether it be a night at the pub, a quiet drink in a beer garden, or anything else social. I love doing different things but want people who are interested in doing it too. We need to get out and about, learn to mingle again, try different experiences and take chances... You never know what you may find. wow
Nov 15, 2017 7:43 AM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa: Why is it that when we hit our mid 30's, 40's we become home bodies that prefer to stay at home and have a bbq or a few quiet drinks with the same people but then get on here to talk to different people or to try find a potential partner. I prefer to go out but I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out whether it be a night at the pub, a quiet drink in a beer garden, or anything else social. I love doing different things but want people who are interested in doing it too. We need to get out and about, learn to mingle again, try different experiences and take chances... You never know what you may find.

Get yourself out at night by taking up stalking or voyeurism
Nov 15, 2017 12:43 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa
YappaYappaDeniliquin, New South Wales Australia2 Threads 49 Posts
Bnaughty: Get yourself out at night by taking up stalking or voyeurism


Hahaha. Never thought of doing that. I get out and about quite a bit now but not allot of people my age do.
Nov 15, 2017 2:09 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
robplum
robplumrobplumEnsay, Victoria Australia114 Threads 1 Polls 14,617 Posts
Are you serious, you asked tow questions then you provided everyone with four answers. Well probably actually five answers its pending.

Your post

1 Question: Why is it that when we hit our mid 30's, 40's we become home bodies that prefer to stay at home and have a bbq or a few quiet drinks with the same people but then get on here to talk to different people or to try find a potential partner.


I prefer to go out but I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out whether it be a night at the pub, a quiet drink in a beer garden, or anything else social.
Q"I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out"! (with)
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

I love doing different things but want people who are interested in doing it too.
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

We need to get out and about, learn to mingle again, try different experiences and take chances...
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

You never know what you may find.

end post.

The Beatles sang I can't get no...

And I think the answer is none of those.

A friend of mine said about finding peace in everyday life.
The happiness we desire, the suffering we do not want, the happiness we try to get, the suffering we try to eliminate all come from the mind - not from somebody else's mind but from our own.
Nov 15, 2017 3:36 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
pat8lanips
pat8lanipspat8lanipsbabinda, Queensland Australia64 Threads 11 Polls 6,818 Posts
My opinion- We are very social as teenagers and in our 20's. Then most of our friends settle down and have kids etc., then in out 30's and 40's most will be separated and kind of going out again, but minus the social skills and ease of socialising we had when younger. And of course, most of the entertainment is aimed at the younger audience anyway.
We also carry a bit of baggage generally by then, and basically want all the good parts of a relationship, and are highly sensitive to the possibility of it all going wrong again.
So, by the time folks are my age, they're either a broke and damaged separated father, or the mother of 2-15 kids.

Happy times, at least there's the internet.
Nov 15, 2017 3:37 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa
YappaYappaDeniliquin, New South Wales Australia2 Threads 49 Posts
robplum: Are you serious, you asked tow questions then you provided everyone with four answers. Well probably actually five answers its pending.

Your post

1 Question: Why is it that when we hit our mid 30's, 40's we become home bodies that prefer to stay at home and have a bbq or a few quiet drinks with the same people but then get on here to talk to different people or to try find a potential partner.


I prefer to go out but I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out whether it be a night at the pub, a quiet drink in a beer garden, or anything else social.
Q"I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out"! (with)
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

I love doing different things but want people who are interested in doing it too.
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

We need to get out and about, learn to mingle again, try different experiences and take chances...
A: most stop looking for answers in the bottom of a glass, sensible people look within.

You never know what you may find.

end post.

The Beatles sang I can't get no...

And I think the answer is none of those.

A friend of mine said about finding peace in everyday life.
The happiness we desire, the suffering we do not want, the happiness we try to get, the suffering we try to eliminate all come from the mind - not from somebody else's mind but from our own.


I don't mean just out to drink. I want to do a number of things. Have tried to find people for a number of different things. Archery, house riding, movies. I go to the park every weekend to feed the ducks. I have moved to a new town where I only knew 1 person so yes, I am looking at meeting people through different avenues. I do enjoy my own company (I do have a bit of it) and I prefer to meet people in the real world, not just behind a computer screen.
Nov 15, 2017 3:40 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa
YappaYappaDeniliquin, New South Wales Australia2 Threads 49 Posts
pat8lanips: My opinion- We are very social as teenagers and in our 20's. Then most of our friends settle down and have kids etc., then in out 30's and 40's most will be separated and kind of going out again, but minus the social skills and ease of socialising we had when younger. And of course, most of the entertainment is aimed at the younger audience anyway.
We also carry a bit of baggage generally by then, and basically want all the good parts of a relationship, and are highly sensitive to the possibility of it all going wrong again.
So, by the time folks are my age, they're either a broke and damaged separated father, or the mother of 2-15 kids.

Happy times, at least there's the internet.
thumbs up sad flower
Nov 16, 2017 6:56 AM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa: Why is it that when we hit our mid 30's, 40's we become home bodies that prefer to stay at home and have a bbq or a few quiet drinks with the same people but then get on here to talk to different people or to try find a potential partner. I prefer to go out but I am finding it more difficult to find people to go out whether it be a night at the pub, a quiet drink in a beer garden, or anything else social. I love doing different things but want people who are interested in doing it too. We need to get out and about, learn to mingle again, try different experiences and take chances... You never know what you may find.
You can teach me new things anytime,,,,,
Nov 17, 2017 8:47 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
Yappa
YappaYappaDeniliquin, New South Wales Australia2 Threads 49 Posts
michaelright: You can teach me new things anytime,,,,,


Oh shucks, sounds great but you're a bit far for me to teach you!!! comfort sad flower
Apr 24, 2018 12:24 PM CST Hitting the town!!!
SweetnFunnyChic
SweetnFunnyChicSweetnFunnyChicSharjah, United Arab Emirates10 Threads 5 Polls 516 Posts
I find that when I go partying now once in a while it takes me a day or so to recover lol as for staying at home on weekends um no not for me, I don't care if I have company or not I will go wherever as long as there are other people there and its safe, only place I won't go to alone is a club unless its ladies night. My advice is go to events that interest you like women focused events...and you will make more friends, worked for me. Don't wait for anyone to accompany you just go out and have fun! join a class, look up events near you.
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