- 1st valentines alone for 11 years, who else is wallowing in self pity?
I managed to get up off my arse and move a load of stuff to the new flat, I have no idea where it’s all going to go though, always been used to bigger places.
I’m sure I’ll get round to the beer/playstation/bars/ladies etc but not just yet. I think having some time to myself will allow me to work things out.
It’s been really strange going from a house with 5 living things (my Ex’s sister and her pet hedgehog were staying with us, plus our cat) to being totally alone. I’m so used to something moving around, even if it is just the cat.Posted 4 years agoaracerSubscriber
Meatballs for the tea with the kids. Not so much as a peck, let alone a snog. Don’t think I’ve even had a snog on VD for at least 8 years. Admittedly I didn’t really make any effort, but I’ve kind of given up having got the vibes. At least for you single chaps it’s likely to get better.Posted 4 years agopiemonsterMember
Dude. Get a cat.
…or a dog if you can take it to work.
He’s welcome to have mine.
She’s well trained. Trained that is to vomit on the bed between the hours of 3-4am
Also has reached an age where the bladders pretty loose. Doesn’t seem to like going into the garage where the litter tray is. Bitch.Posted 4 years agoHounsMember
Sorry to hear that Matt.
As others have said, you’re only 26! When you’re 10 years older like me and still single it’s time to worry/give up
Sheffield and Peak has a good number of nice women that love the outdoors, I’d imagine plenty come in to your shop at times too. Like shooting fish in a barrel!
It’ll take some time to mourn and get over the relationship/her, you’ll end up missing the routine more, but you’ll get there.Posted 4 years ago
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