i'm in two minds
deliberatly ridiculous thread title aside, and being serious for a moment, the monotony of single life has led me to consider attending an event like this.
is it a bad idea and depressing.. etc?....
im pretty sure it is depressing...i asked thedailybumbler and he said it was very, very depressing.....but i dunno...
i mean, i dont want a soulmate or a cloying relationship just yet, but after way too long sitting comfortably in my pants with digestive crumbs falling pathetically to my supple paunch...i could do with a few exciting months of going places, seeing things and doing stuff with a nice lass and seeing what happens from there....just to have the excitement and anticipation of a few dates with someone i could like etc, to break up the grind, would be a treat.
so i thought this might be a way to cut through the tiring roulette wheel of chance,...that foul mistress who doesn't seem to be throwing me up many oppertunities in the regular arenas (the bus stop, street corners, the cinema, my front room etc,) and instead zoom straight towards a situation specially designed for the restless lonely.
if i go with another single pal it could be a laugh couldn't it? and i might meet someone who will make the next few months that little bit more exciting.
or shall i just put it to the back of my mind and just see if i manage to bump into someone nice at the pic & mix section of Woolworths.
anyone got any thoughts?......anyone done it?....anyone want to reiterate the bumblers thoughts and slap me back from these hazy ideas...
p.s. please tailor your responses towards a man stuck, for the next six months at least, in a deserted essex backwater and not someone constantly dazzled by bright city lights where prospective partners are ten a penny. i'm pretty sure people in the cities push away dates like copies of the metro.
p.p.s i reserve the right, having posted this, to have second thoughts about the whole thing and wake from this stupor to declare the whole suggestion an elaborate gag. depending on which way it goes like.