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post #46 of 61 (permalink) Old 09-24-2016, 04:30 AM
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What's wrong with doctors?
For a few years I shared an apt with two (gay) girls one of them was a nurse.We lived close to the hospital where she worked and it seems every second apt had staff from the hospital living there.I swear this is the truth,I have never met more promiscuous people in my life than I did then.The nurses seemed to think that the sun shone out of the asses of the doctors and most of the doctors had a god complex.Booty calls were the order of the day.Some of the nurses were in long term relationships but none of them were faithful to their boyfriends and in a couple of cases,husbands.
At the hospital there were a few rooms for staff on long shifts to get a short sleep.Junior doctors especially, sometimes had thirty six hour shifts at a time and my friend told me there was always some nurse or other getting screwed in these rooms.She said when it came to consultants or senior staff most of the nurses would drop their knickers like a shot just to tell their friends they had fcuked such a big shot.
I screwed a fair few of them myself but I would never get involved In a relationship with any of them.
My friends Sam(the nurse) says that the worst of the lot were the emergency room staff,they seen so much trauma that sex was just an act the same as wiping your ass.Apparently a blow job was considered almost compulsory for new nurses with their team leader.


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Well I like to think that I have deal breakers, but the truth is I don't date, and I don't look. So I guess everything is my dealbreaker.
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For a few years I shared an apt with two (gay) girls one of them was a nurse.We lived close to the hospital where she worked and it seems every second apt had staff from the hospital living there.I swear this is the truth,I have never met more promiscuous people in my life than I did then.The nurses seemed to think that the sun shone out of the asses of the doctors and most of the doctors had a god complex.Booty calls were the order of the day.Some of the nurses were in long term relationships but none of them were faithful to their boyfriends and in a couple of cases,husbands.
At the hospital there were a few rooms for staff on long shifts to get a short sleep.Junior doctors especially, sometimes had thirty six hour shifts at a time and my friend told me there was always some nurse or other getting screwed in these rooms.She said when it came to consultants or senior staff most of the nurses would drop their knickers like a shot just to tell their friends they had fcuked such a big shot.
I screwed a fair few of them myself but I would never get involved In a relationship with any of them.
My friends Sam(the nurse) says that the worst of the lot were the emergency room staff,they seen so much trauma that sex was just an act the same as wiping your ass.Apparently a blow job was considered almost compulsory for new nurses with their team leader.
Well. Obviously I have been working in boring hospitals all these years.
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In no particular order:

1. Criminal record
2. Creepy, unsmiling, or psycopath-ish headshot (OLD)
3. Inability to string a sentence together
4. Racism, sexism, homophobia, anything under that umbrella
5. Gun lover
6. Alcohol/drug issues
7. STDs
8. Bad hygiene/severely overweight/allergic to exercise
9. Indifferent to good food
10. Oatmeal-ish (bland, boring, without opinions or passion)
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Hmmm, been a while since Ive been on any OLD sites, but here are a few of mine:

- Drug use/abuse, either current or history of addiction.
- No more than a 30 minute drive from home.
- No small children... mine is grown, I am not starting over and raising someone else's.
- No chummy exes!
- Must work...doesn't have to make a certain salary, but does have to work.

Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.

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1. Must be a certifiable Christian!
2. As a Christian, they must be open-minded to sex, not being ashamed or aversive of it, in both giving and receiving; but knowing that it is what God gave us to truly jell a marital relationship!
3. Must be intelligent and cognizant of world and local affairs!
4. Must love children and "old people" ~ as I am the later!
5. Must be fiscally conservative, but politically and socially centrist or liberal!
6. Must never have been a party to infidelity, albeit active or passive!
7. Honesty and forthrightness and someone who will kick my a$$ for me when I'm out of line, and vice-versa!
8. Cleanness and neatness!
9. Openly affectionate!
10. Must have, or would have been a stellar parent, to their kids!
11. No drugs or alcohol abuse of themselves or others!
12. Absolutely no tattoos or "body art!"
13. Physically fit ~ not heavy-set or obese!
14. Pictures submitted must be recent! If I want to see them in their high school cheerleader or drill-team uniform, I'll ask for it!

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1) No drugs/alcoholics/smoking

2) No infidelity

3) Must be at least reasonably fit

4) No excessive facial hair
You're kinda picky. What about back hair ?
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I'm your girl! Well... except I'm not Christian.
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This disciple of Ol' John Wesley (avatar) would be most honored to talk with you about Christ without ever twisting your arm!
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I appreciate your willingness, but your time would be better spent convincing someone else. I'm happy with my own beliefs.
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I appreciate your willingness, but your time would be better spent convincing someone else. I'm happy with my own beliefs.
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I never try to personally convince anyone! They must perform that task for themselves!

May I recommend a most compelling read, The Case for Christ, by Lee Strobel.

If it does something for you, fine! If perchance it doesn't, then no harm, no foul!

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Turn offs (people in general): cruelty, racists, liars, excessive selfishness.

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I can add one from my recent foray ...... NOT showing up at agreed upon time for a date and no call / message saying you will be late.

A-Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.
B-We know what we are, but know not what we may be
C-Never make the person in your present pay for the sins committed by people from your past
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It would be funny if you're single and you put up a profile on a dating site that is nothing but a ''deal breaker'' list, and nothing about yourself. Just a pic of yourself, and the deal breaker list hahaha I wonder how many women/men would reply.
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It would be funny if you're single and you put up a profile on a dating site that is nothing but a ''deal breaker'' list, and nothing about yourself. Just a pic of yourself, and the deal breaker list hahaha I wonder how many women/men would reply.
As C&C Music Factory sang 25 years ago.......

"Things that make you go Hmmmmmm"

A-Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.
B-We know what we are, but know not what we may be
C-Never make the person in your present pay for the sins committed by people from your past
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My deal breaker is if my gut tells me something is off, it's all off. I've listened to lies and been through all kinds of crap, so the moment things don't feel quite right, I listen to my gut and call it quits. Which is good because one guy turned out to be a known stalker-type...but I cut him off immediately and was like one text and I'll have the police on you...sounds harsh but found out shortly after he'd been seriously stalking 3 girls and made their lives miserable.
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