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Anybody In The UK Fancy Havin' A Party!!??


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A Shout Out To You All,

Anybody up for meeting up in the UK?? Male or Female, black or white, come join me and Get Ur Freak On!!  I live in the UK, more specifically in the Midlands and I will consider travelling if you're really, really charming.  It gets so boring when you get to my grand old age (Thirty-Three), everybody is settling down and I want to settle up.  Join me peeps, we can go to a club or chill or whatever you like.  All the members of this Forum seem like fun-loving, easy going Dudes and I would love to hang around with new peeps in the UK.  

Leave me a message here if you are interested.  I'm hoping that I get at least one reply from you funky people!! :lol::lol:

Mr Galls,

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WTF?! lol

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Lol this. Hey man good luck 

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You can both mock me and you have proved that, but if either of you lived in the centre of England then you'd understand how someone could post something as seemingly strange as this. There are many fantastic people here, but not a great deal to do and all too often there's too much expense involved in venues and too much drizzle (never proper rain, just drizzle) to take any season long or planned excursions outdoors, so it's much better to get to know people outside of your local area, so that you can travel around and have fun and be spontaneous and not be disappointed because one person can't make that weekend or when they can it happens to be raining (well, drizzling).  It's also enjoyable meeting other peeps, even if they're from the next county to the one that you live in.  When I was younger, I didn't do half of the things that I enjoyed, I loved the theatre, but they could all skate, I like arcades, they liked snooker clubs.  We all had a great deal in common though and sometimes one of them was in the minority and I was in the group.  Now my group of close knit-friends have gradually dispersed. They may have started to live somewhere else in the UK after University, or moved countries or maybe they've settled down and they now have kids and there are still some here with me and they still are my friends.  Those that have stayed tend to feel the same, there's still not a great amount to do and there are even fewer people to do anything with, hence there's more of a likelihood that there will be days when there's no-one to  have fun with.  Anyway, I hope that not all of you are laughing at me, the post was intended to be comical and somewhat over the top but the message was genuine; it would still be great to here from anyone who wants to meet up and enjoy themselves!

 

Mr Galls,

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Hey, we are non-judgmental here. You sound like a lively fellow and I'm not laughing at you. I've made friends here, but I did get to know them at bit here before we made contact in RL. That route may work better for you as well.

Hope to see you posting Mr. Galls.

 

PS I like your avi

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I'm not suggesting that you are laughing at me 2earls and I'm not suggesting that you are judging me either or that you have anything to judge me for.  Neither am I asking any particular person on this Forum to contact me, it would just be cool to meet up with anyone who fancies it and go to a footie game or a club, I'm not sure how much getting to know you need to do.  Thank You for replying Tho. and I am sure that you're a very lively fellow too.

 

Peace Out,

 

Mr Galls,

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14 hours ago, MrGalls said:

You can both mock me and you have proved that, but if either of you lived in the centre of England then you'd understand how someone could post something as seemingly strange as this. There are many fantastic people here, but not a great deal to do and all too often there's too much expense involved in venues and too much drizzle (never proper rain, just drizzle) to take any season long or planned excursions outdoors, so it's much better to get to know people outside of your local area, so that you can travel around and have fun and be spontaneous and not be disappointed because one person can't make that weekend or when they can it happens to be raining (well, drizzling).  It's also enjoyable meeting other peeps, even if they're from the next county to the one that you live in.  When I was younger, I didn't do half of the things that I enjoyed, I loved the theatre, but they could all skate, I like arcades, they liked snooker clubs.  We all had a great deal in common though and sometimes one of them was in the minority and I was in the group.  Now my group of close knit-friends have gradually dispersed. They may have started to live somewhere else in the UK after University, or moved countries or maybe they've settled down and they now have kids and there are still some here with me and they still are my friends.  Those that have stayed tend to feel the same, there's still not a great amount to do and there are even fewer people to do anything with, hence there's more of a likelihood that there will be days when there's no-one to  have fun with.  Anyway, I hope that not all of you are laughing at me, the post was intended to be comical and somewhat over the top but the message was genuine; it would still be great to here from anyone who wants to meet up and enjoy themselves!

 

Mr Galls,

I do live in the UK and I personally would converse with people first.

Comes across a bit Jeffrey Dahmer with your post.

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Trinity,

 

Yeah, I think I might be coming across as strange too mate, apologies guys, too much dark and light, I'm a silly sod!  Again, thanks for the heads up Trinity.  'Jeffrey Dahmerl' that guy was sick, no, I just like to party sorry, I'll chat and and build up friendships, this forum is great!

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Mr. Galls,

I'm actually a lively lass and was trying to support you, although I may have done a poor job of it. Glad you are enjoying the forum. I admit that I don't know what a silly sod is, but I'm sure it doesn't equate to Jeffrey Dahmer. @Trinity, gotta say that was a lol comment.

 

 

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Hey Mr Galls, who do you support Football wise? You may guess one of my teams from my handle? But I'm a fan of an famous South East London Club too 

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On Saturday, January 09, 2016 at 11:27 AM, PTFC said:

Hey Mr Galls, who do you support Football wise? You may guess one of my teams from my handle? But I'm a fan of an famous South East London Club too 

Bloody hooligans that PTFC lot?!.

Only joking pal but there's a few hardness  go to the dell eh bud....

Peace

Bliss....

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Hey Peeps,

2earls, my apologies on the gender mix-up.  You're a lively lass?  That's good to know, I can deal with that.  Thank You for the support. A 'silly sod' is a jocular putdown for someone who displays an ineptitude for something but tries anyway. I'd rather be a silly sod than Jeffrey Dammer tho, altho he did succeed, at murdering and eating people, all the same, he met his life targets!!  

PTFC,

I can't really get to a game more than a few times a season so I gave up following a football team of any stature.  Leicester are doing well at the mo (they'll finish fifth I reckon) and that's pretty much on my doorstep, I can't bring myself to jump on the bandwagon tho.  And travelling to Northampton, nah.  I can't stick following a team for season after season and watching them grow ever more shite.  I used to go watch Villa a lot when Ugo and Bosnich were still playing (I was fifteen so it was 6 quid, bargain).  If I'd have carried on following Villa, well.  I still have a soft spot for any team that defies the odds.  I like watching Palace play, they always make a game of it and Leicester I suppose.  But the thought of travelling to Yeovil (my hometown always seem to be playing Yeovil) would drive me nuts.

And Bliss, the dell, LMAO!!

 

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Yeah bliss, come on, it's THE DEN!!!!!!!!?

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Lol just looked at my post there I think I was having a LOOONG new year! !.

Of couse it's the den as that's where lots of dangerous things are found?...

Btw Mrgalls Yeovil the (hoops) like my team!!

Peace 

Bliss ....

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Try supporting Newcastle Utd - you'd need a lot of vålium...

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