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The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Dallas Feb 26. 259 Replies

This evening I came across this from the Independent:…Continue

Tags: aging, celibacy, bachelor

Toupée or not to pay: whether 'tis nobler...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Mar 9, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello gentlemen.I'm going to see how I look after my next visit to the barber, but purchasing a custom hairpiece is something that's emerged upon my horizon lately. I've been letting it go naturally,…Continue

What lies ahead...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Butler Jan 23, 2012. 14 Replies

Gentlemen,I understand that I'm asking something very broad here, but please bear with me. I just celebrated my 32nd birthday a couple of weeks ago, and for a few reasons, I'm taking much more…Continue

Any thoughts on long-beardedness?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Frederick Jan 14, 2012. 11 Replies

It has become apparent to me lately that the recession of my hairline is very evident, and that rather than trying to hide it, I ought to embrace it as a sign of wisdom and maturity. However, I've…Continue

 

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Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"The New York Times ran an article about married/committed couples who live apart http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/15/realestate/living-apart-together.html It is nice to have an ally at home, someone to hold up the other half, an ally who will be…"
Feb 26
Nate Thallas replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Down boy..."
Feb 25
Pale Horse replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Yeah, go right ahead. You will probably find a lot of double talk and rationalizing."
Feb 25
Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Thanks for that. I guess it's an interesting topic, if people keep reviving it, I don't happen to be a "regular" here so I understand if most of you have already covered the topic thoroughly. I am reading the previous comments…"
Feb 25
Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"I personally do not, but I also believe that you need to have "room in your life" before you decide to share it with another. It wouldn't be fair of me to date and then snap at a decent guy for "smothering" me because he has…"
Feb 25
Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Ah, okay, good, because I am actually reading the 21 pages of replies and there's much interesting discussion of this topic...... "
Feb 25
Pale Horse replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Sorry, it's been a long day. Shouldn't have snapped."
Feb 25
Will replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"As a community we do not consider topics invalid for discussion here because they are 12 days old -- or 5 years old.  Talk away!  We do!"
Feb 25
Jack Bauer replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Its fine.  He's just being fussy. JB"
Feb 25
Jack Bauer replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Its 12-days old.  That's not "necroed". JB"
Feb 25
Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Could you ask the admins to lock it then? There is no way for someone like me to know that is no longer a valid topic for discussion (given that the last response was yesterday). How about getting it locked if further responses are unwelcome? "
Feb 25
Pale Horse replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Why must this thread be potentially necroed??? "
Feb 25
Rachel Klingberg replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Please excuse me is this was already mentioned upthread, I didn't have time to read all 21 pages of comment. Interestingly, phrases like "confirmed bachelor" and "evergreen bachelor" were occasionally used by newspapers as…"
Feb 25
Rick Shelton replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"I think it is your perception of women and relationships that is the problem here.  You passed up opportunities to further yourself but gave them up for a woman, which didn't pan out."
Feb 24
Matthew Palardy replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"However, Will, there are particular societies of priests that say only the Latin Mass. A secular priest is not necessarily diocesan. Moreover, we haven't even touched the world of religious priests as yet, many of whom are formed for a…"
Feb 24
Will replied to Matthew Palardy's discussion The confirmed bachelor: a dying breed?
"Priests have to serve their parishes and do what the bishop tells them, so it's unlikely you would be able to avoid vernacular mass if you were a priest. Maybe I missed it, but I haven't read anything in this thread about how you love the…"
Feb 24

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Jai Chipperfield replied to Josh Williams's discussion The issue of height
"I'm 6'1. I suppose I'm tall but not very tall. I don't think height has any bearing on confidence."
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Michael D. Denny replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"Outdoors tasting: Dress shoes, stylish blue jeans, a polo style shirt and semi casual sport jacket is fine.   If the tasting is indoors, dress one step up from that.   If the tasting is in a restaurant, dress one more step up…"
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Steve Dallas replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"Where are you at? If you were in the Texas Hill Country for one of the many vineyards on the 290 trail, I would say nice jeans with cowboy boots and a nice button up if you are also there to network. Would say the same for the Sonoita wine area…"
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Rebekah replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"In Napa, nice jeans, non-shiny leather shoes, belt to match shoes, long-sleeve button-down, sport coat, no tie Don't know about other wine-growing regions"
4 minutes ago
Josh Williams posted a discussion

The issue of height

I am a rather average man of height standing at a regular height of 5'10. I would like to be taller because I feel it would increase my confidence and level out the playing field that is dating. Does anyone mind sharing their height and discussing how it has affected their life? Please share. Thank you.See More
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Jai Chipperfield posted a discussion

What to wear to a vineyard

I'm going to a wine tasting and vineyard tour event. There's also a bit of networking opportunities to be had. Any ideas of what to wear? My natural instinct always leads me to a waistcoat. Maybe a suit. Maybe a tweed jacket. But if I'm touring a vineyard, there's a possibility it could be muddy. Then there's the wine tasting and networking with possible future employees, I still need to be on top form with my clothes. Any ideas?See More
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Walter B. Pewen replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Also Mike clearly we're different.  Betcha I've seen more of your side of the fence than you've seen mine, huh?"
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Jason replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Sand... well damn I've been using crushed glass on my mangina... hahahaha"
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