How's your love life DiS?


#5

Same as last time we had this, largely fine but with an impending sense of doom over the vastly different aims between us in the next couple of years…


#6

Good thanks. I have managed to keep things fresh by displaying my awning skills.


#7

I did, and I didn’t really enjoy it, tbh.


#8

:100:


#9

in conclusion: there’s nothing to enjoy


#11

I track my wife’s movements on an app.


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#12

married for 6 years and borderline non-existent at the moment :cry:


#13

Bit up and down to be honest.


#14

I’m two years into a crush on someone I never see. Makes me feel like a total weirdo that I like someone so much that I’ve hardly talked to, but she is the coolest/kindest person, and has said some really nice things to me. It’s actually quite painful.


#15

Decent. Need to find a job soon and settle into a routine in a new city, but apart from that it’s good thanks m8


#16

finished (by mutual agreement) with someone I was seeing for nearly 3 months the other day

It was by far the most civilised break up I have ever had - we just wanted different things

Not sure whether to dive straight back into dating or hang back. Should probably hang back


#17

Single and relatively content with it; occasionally bone my ex, but not often enough to be crying about wanting him back, or to feel guilty if I were to get off with someone else. (Not that that’s really happened.)


#18

Massive crush on a girl at work, who I’ve quickly become really good friends with. She’s absolutely incredible. Far too anxious to do anything about it :frowning:


#19

even playas like marckee wish they could have fucked more people. grass is (was) always greener innit.


#20

I have dished out likes to all the happy ones.

I would like to offer a warm hug to the unhappy ones.

And encouragement to the nervous ones.

Great #content team


#21

Recently split with my fiancee, so I think I need to spend some time remembering what being single is like! Also creating a lot of anxiety about being 31 and suddenly having a lot more uncertainty about what the future holds.

I’m not sure what picture would accompany that, really.


#23

^this!

(link her to this thread etc)


#24

Married for 13 years. And yeah, actually things are going pretty well at the moment. Hasn’t always been plain sailing but yeah. I’m happy.


#25

I know this sounds so much easier than it actually is to do it, but I have been in this situation a few times before. Every time (more or less) I’ve said/done something I wished I had done so sooner. Every time I haven’t done something I have found out later that the feelings were reciprocated but the other party didn’t think I was interested or was too shy etc.

Say something, you’ll regret it if you don’t! Good luck.


#26

It’s potentially pretty good except she’s significantly more intelligent, ambitious, cultured, and successful than me. I might be her “bit of rough”. NB I am not rough.