Not going to happen, because no-one is as sad as you.
It is not difficult to make friends online, but it is hard to keep them when you continuously post negative comments, or (worse) comments that no-one understands.
"paradigmsearch wants a mate"
Perhaps you should clarify if "mate" is being used in an Australian, English or American context. You don't want to hear from potential beer buddies if you need a life companion, and vice versa.
This thread is so... eww. Creepy, dude.
Looking for a MATE?.....to one of your socks? a lone shoe? Or, a room mate, ship mate, class mate, travel mate........or a chess partner.....CHECK MATE!??.......Wishing you luck...hope it's not too Late, Mate!
Paradigmsearch has come down with a bad case of Forumitis and is awaiting recovery. He would like to convey that his desire is: "I want a female partner in life."
Paradigm is one of a kind. Love and happiness to our forum king. His comments keep us entertained.
Send me your resume and if you aren't too particular about where she is from, I'll find you an island princess
I have a feeling that this thread will sort the chaff from the wheat.
I have a puppy that is great company, funny, smart and extremely affectionate. She needs someone too!
Sleepy time here, so I am glad that you turned up. I hope you will keep the unkind from turning this thread into a stream of wicked malice.
A man has a right to say to I want to mate, from time to time.
@ Writer Fox: Can Mr. paradigmsearch decribe his ideal mate? Astrological sign preference...etc.?
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