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New Year, New Job, New luck?

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So 2015 is over and really wondering what 2016 will bring, progress is going well on my apprenticeship and soon will be starting on my diploma so that will keep me busy! really hoping to get other stuff in my life sorted like my own proper place to live, try out driving and some better luck with my love life! been single too long since my break up and need to get back out there! in sore need of a wingman or matchmaker!

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Re: New Year, New Job, New luck?

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Hopefully 2016 is a good year for you :) good luck. I wish I could get my life together but i have so many pyshical health problems right now I dnt think it's realistic to :( which sucks but oh well.
All the luck for 2016 :)
no i may not be physically alone, but mentally there is noone in sight

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uniquecharlie wrote:Hopefully 2016 is a good year for you :) good luck. I wish I could get my life together but i have so many pyshical health problems right now I dnt think it's realistic to :( which sucks but oh well.
All the luck for 2016 :)
All the best to you :)

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Felix

Godd to hear from you again n nice to read you have a new apprenticeship. Wishing you well in your goals for 2016.

Charlie

Hoping you also make personal progress too and all my best wishes
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Tom fod wrote:Felix

Godd to hear from you again n nice to read you have a new apprenticeship. Wishing you well in your goals for 2016.

Charlie

Hoping you also make personal progress too and all my best wishes

Thanks, all quiet so far especially with my love life (the girl i like at work is leaving soon, but she hasn't really shown much interest in me) but early days.

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Might be worth finding out by showing polite interest in her future plans.

If she is leaving anyway you have less to lose in terms of any risk of ongoing awkwardness about a workplace romance.

Usual warnings re Tom's Dating Advice apply 8-) . . and of course it needs to feel right for you to ask.
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Re: New Year, New Job, New luck?

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I don't really have much dating experience but as a girl I can say is I agree with Tom. Talk to her and ask her her interests and strike up a conversation, she will like that :)
no i may not be physically alone, but mentally there is noone in sight

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