Opinions of a murri woman...

Opinions of a murri woman...

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Dating for the 21st Century...




So the dating game if you didn't know, is not what it used to be.. If your my age (25) or older, single, successful, confident and independant, it seems you aren't seen as relationship material... Now I'm not an expert on the dating game, clearly, but i pose this question... what exactly do relationships mean in the 21st century? ... It seems like they're dying out and don't even exist anymore... Even if people are in relationships, it doesnt seem to matter when it comes to remaining faithful... How do i know this? Lets just say I've had my fair share of experiences when it comes to those with a wondering eye.... After all the inside info of a mans point of view, as a woman, you start to get a little sceptical of so called 'relationships'....

I personally don't feel like i am the relationship type... Dont get me wrong, i like affection and spooning like the next female, but I am yet to find a guy who is real about life and knows what it takes to be in a faithful committed relationship..

I left North Queensland in hopes that matters of the heart and meeting people would all get easier (i can hear all the city people choking on their morning breakfast right now)... I'm not wishing for a relationship and aren't even sure I want one, im just saying that 'hey maybe, moving to the big city, who knows, more options, different faces, different places to meet people, but thats half the problem... Theres TOO MANY Options....

Sydney so far has dished up to me, guys who are already in relationships, but dont mind flirting and trying to cross the line, Gay men, and Sleezy randoms in bars (usually bouncers).... So my point is.... Does anyone 'date' anymore, or is it free for all....?? Do we have it easier in the city then in the country or is it even in terms of meeting people'??? Do we settle for a good time with someone and not a long time?

Until all of that is answered, I'm happy to remain single... If anyone needs me, I'll be at the bar...


One Love, One Life....

2 comments:

  1. YOu need to move somewhere like Mackay. We have an influx of tradesmen and not enough women to go around. I seems that the 'big smoke' would be full of men. Perhaps if you keep lookig you will find him

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  2. hahahaha sis, they are all retorical questions, but thanks for the feedback LOL

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