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Danny j pasichnyk replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Yes I realized that as soon as I finished my comment. A label, yes, but not meant to offensive compared to so many labels that are quite offensive. My view:-)"
4 minutes ago
Will replied to TravelingCanuck's discussion How to close the distance?
"if you can talk for hours in person, you can talk for hours on the phone.it may not be as good, but it is still good."
9 minutes ago
UrbaNick6 replied to TravelingCanuck's discussion How to close the distance?
"This is a nice story. My last two relationships have been similar (this includes my current one), and the other one lasted a year and a half. As great as I am sure 'L' is, you have to make decisions based on what is best for you. That…"
24 minutes ago
TravelingCanuck posted a discussion

How to close the distance?

Hey folks, quick question here.I'm a Canadian from Ontario finishing up a master's in the UK before returning to the home country for professional school. Things are good and I'm very lucky.Before I left in September I got to know one of the girls at my undergrad uni a bit better. Let's call her L. I've known who L. was for a while, but didn't really speak to her much: different years and programs. We were at a party together and spent the whole night talking and flirting, and I would have…See More
55 minutes ago
Daniel Rodriguez replied to Steve Dallas's discussion First God.... in the group The Great Debate
"Not you, Muir, Terry"
59 minutes ago
Earl Foote commented on thehuhman's group Men Over 50
"You guys must not have gotten good enough drugs!  I mean the legal kind, of course ... Both times, so far, I have fallen peacefully asleep and awakened to hear the doctor announce, "It's over."  I also felt a bit groggy and…"
1 hour ago
John Muir replied to Steve Dallas's discussion First God.... in the group The Great Debate
"right you are, Will"
1 hour ago
Will replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
""Adult"?!  Another label!  I am offended!  :o"
1 hour ago

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