To you ladies, how did you meet your honey?

CarolfromTX

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Location
Central Texas
Way back in college. He saw me in a school play, approached a mutual friend to ask if he could arrange a date. Mutual friend asked me, so I said to bring him around the dorm for me to check out. He passed. We went out on the date, even though we both had colds. That made the good night kiss a bit funny. And the rest, as they say....
 

Sassycakes

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Location
Pennsylvania
I was 15yrs old and was mad at my boyfriend. A girl I had become friends with in school invited me to go out with her and her friends. We got in the car and she said they had to wait for another friend. A boy came up to the car and got in and sat beside me. Later we saw his girlfriend and broke up with her. Then they were playing music and he asked me to dance with him. While we were dancing he said that I fit perfectly in his arms. I fell instantly in love with him. That was the beginning of our love life and we are still holding on.
 

Keesha

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I worked as a quality control inspector and he worked as a production manager and we butted heads a few times. Lol. He was really smart though. He softened me up with jube jubes.

That was back in the ‘80’s , we are still together & he still buys me jube jubes and makes me laugh .He said the moment he saw me get off my ninja in pink boy runners, he knew we’d be together.❤
 
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charry

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Location
UK
when i was working in the theatre.......my man had his architectural office in the next building, he used to come into the theatre bar for his sandwich and pint........i fell in love with him, when he broke his front tooth on the sausage sandwich i made for him ..🥴😂
 

Mrs. Robinson

Senior Member
In high school.I was 15,he was 17. I was sitting by my locker waiting for my boyfriend.Mr.Robinson walked up and started talking to me and that was it. Looked over a few minutes later and there was my boyfriend,standing across the hall staring at us. I think he knew he was doomed. He ended up marrying my friend after high school,but it didn`t last.
 

Marlene

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Location
Delaware, Ohio
Honey?? What's that? :p :p Actually, after moving back to my home town after retiring, I can't even seem to find women friends let alone a honey. It's certainly not because I never get out and about. I'm always out doing something - book clubs, concerts, hiking, my regular coffee haunt (Tim Horton's). . .alas, most everyone with whom I interact is married. . .and they don't need a third wheel.
 

Gaer

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Original Poster
I met mine at work, where did you meet yours Gaer ?
Well, My husband has passed away. But on one of my treks to Alaska, my truck and I were bargeing from Scagway to Seattle. The ship docked at Sitka and bussed us downtown for an hour. ( I had written an article for an Alaska magazine and he had a profile written about him in the same issue.) I was in a downtown art gallery and it was raining HARD! Everyone was cowering; afraid to run to the bus because they would get wet. I heard this deep, DEEP voice behind me, "Walk into the storm like you own it!" I was intrigued! Looked around and "Holy CRAP! Picture Gregory Peck, a young Clint Eastwood, Sean Connery, and Tom Selleck all rolled into one! He said, "I know you! You're the lady that wrote the article about traveling to Alaska!" I said, " I know you too! You were the man featured in the magazine!" We exchanged addresses and he wrote to me, called me, sent me a ticket to fly up there again! Wow!
 

Gaer

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Original Poster
Honey?? What's that? :p :p Actually, after moving back to my home town after retiring, I can't even seem to find women friends let alone a honey. It's certainly not because I never get out and about. I'm always out doing something - book clubs, concerts, hiking, my regular coffee haunt (Tim Horton's). . .alas, most everyone with whom I interact is married. . .and they don't need a third wheel.
If you're looking,, , ,In Alaska, 18 times more men than women!
 

Marlene

Member
Location
Delaware, Ohio
If you're looking,, , ,In Alaska, 18 times more men than women!
Not looking to move anywhere. Actually, most fellows don't like what I'm looking for anyway - don't want to marry. . .don't want to live with anyone. . .just be nice to have a bit of romance in my life.
 
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Wren

Well-known Member
Location
Europe
Not looking to move anywhere. Actually, most fellows don't like what I'm looking for anyway - don't want to marry. . .don't want to live with anyone. . .just be nice to have a bit of romance in my life.
Most fellows I know are looking for exactly the same as you Marlene ! :LOL:
 

Wren

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Location
Europe
Well, My husband has passed away. But on one of my treks to Alaska, my truck and I were bargeing from Scagway to Seattle. The ship docked at Sitka and bussed us downtown for an hour. ( I had written an article for an Alaska magazine and he had a profile written about him in the same issue.) I was in a downtown art gallery and it was raining HARD! Everyone was cowering; afraid to run to the bus because they would get wet. I heard this deep, DEEP voice behind me, "Walk into the storm like you own it!" I was intrigued! Looked around and "Holy CRAP! Picture Gregory Peck, a young Clint Eastwood, Sean Connery, and Tom Selleck all rolled into one! He said, "I know you! You're the lady that wrote the article about traveling to Alaska!" I said, " I know you too! You were the man featured in the magazine!" We exchanged addresses and he wrote to me, called me, sent me a ticket to fly up there again! Wow!
Wow, that sounds like the opening chapter of a romantic novel Gaer, what a lovely way to meet
 

Marlene

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Location
Delaware, Ohio
Most fellows I know are looking for exactly the same as you Marlene ! :LOL:
Ah,. I must live in the wrong place. Most of the ones I meet are looking for a caretaker and too many of the married ones are looking for a bit on the side. Uh, thanks, but no thanks. :p
 


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