anyone got any advice for safe dating. lol. just thought this might be ANOTHER fun topic for you all to enjoy.
Hey Hokey I had faith you would be back woo hoo. SO where we going?
yeah um don't do anything that you know that will be wrong and if he ask you some thing and it's to personal then don't tell him trust me .
dont mean to highjack here. . but BP do you know what is going on with Rawl?
BP -he is fine. . .maybe just a bit tired of it all .. . but he is FINE. . and healthy and same sense of good humor!
Decide wat risks you believe are inherent to whateva dating methods you wish to cover then think up ways to remove those risks. Make a list of risks and their solutions. Or if you want get a risk assessment form from an OHSS worker and fill it out fir dating.
Make sure the wine is more than $20, and your shirt is tucked in.
Stay in public places:) My grandfather said, in the old days, the kids would meet at the soda shop, and get to know one another. A person would find out, they liked someone else, before they kissed the girl:)
If you can avoid inappropriate touching you won't get hit as much! I wouldn't know though I still get hit. She's really quick!
I like to meet the person at the place as opposed to picking them up, because then you're given the freedom to leave when necessary. Plus, if it goes bad, there's no awkward ride to her house.
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