I know so many people who look for love at bars and parties. What's wrong with these people? I wrote a hub on it.
I don't think parties and bars are the wrong places..... pretty much everyone goes there looking for some kind of love or attention. Think about it, single girls go there to get attention from guys and possibly meet someone and single guys go there to give attention to single girls and desperately trying to seduce someone.
It doesn't seem to be the best place to meet your mate but you never know, Mr. or Mrs. Right may be sitting at the bar. I met my hubby of almost 21 years at work. He was a regular customer, I was a cashier.
Cute. But the subject has been done to death! Why, indeed, do people behave like human beings all over the place, when they should be studying and practicing smart behavior!
I believe if im going to a bar and have the mind set that not completely trashy I'm sure some girls that go to bars are the same way.... everyone who reads this have gone to a bar most likely, are you saying you are not mr. or mrs. right to someone?
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