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I love dogs, especially big and mean looking ones (they are 3x cuter when you realize they are goofballs).

I'm not interested in having children, but would like to get married to the right guy someday. given the above, how are my chances landing a decent guy around here? I am coming to the end of a nearly 6 year relationship. With both men, we were friends first before we became a couple.

My current boyfriend has told me the best thing about me is that he can get the best of both worlds with me: I can joke around like he's with guy-friends, and I have a vagina. So I've never been a part of the dating scene and, honestly, I'm scared to death.

I will enjoy the single life for awhile once I move out of my boyfriend's apartment, but feel the need to mentally prepare myself. I take pride in my income so I like to split bills and keep things financially equal with my friends and partners.

I don't care for drama and do my best to avoid annoying women things (nagging, running my mouth, talking about girly crap men don't care about).

I'm not interested in having children, but would like to get married to the right guy someday. given the above, how are my chances landing a decent guy around here? I think you got this "income" thing a bit backwards! /jcoltrane (just the way I see it)Your not old at all.

My current boyfriend has told me the best thing about me is that he can get the best of both worlds with me: I can joke around like he's with guy-friends, and I have a vagina. So, if you had a poor income, then you'd let men *buy* you, and your friends *carry* you? There are a lot of singles of all ages, one of the benefits of living here. So many different personalities out here, but so many women tend to stick with what they are comfortable with.

So I've never been a part of the dating scene and, honestly, I'm scared to death. I take pride in my income so I like to split bills and keep things financially equal with my friends and partners.

I will enjoy the single life for awhile once I move out of my boyfriend's apartment, but feel the need to mentally prepare myself. I don't care for drama and do my best to avoid annoying women things (nagging, running my mouth, talking about girly crap men don't care about).

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