However, you’re unlikely to have problems if you prepare well and research your destination before you go.
A polite, respectable, well mannered young guy wanted for an evening of adult entertainment.
We won't be meeting until sometime in March or April, but we want to familiarise ourselves with you first.
We're not going to be defined by our relationship with you.
I can't even begin to count the number of times I've dropped the "b-bomb" and the girl I've been talking to has suddenly needed the toilet and then a few minutes later been seen chatting someone else up on the other side of the room. Woody Allen has a lot to answer for with his "doubles your chances on a Saturday night" comment.
Ideally looking for longer term friendship not a one night thing (no i don't want a relationship with you!!
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