" — Taylor, 34"My Tinder tagline is "Lettuce Turnip The Beet," which I felt was appropriate since I'm a vegetarian who likes loud music.
I always get interesting responses to it from pun-lovers — but all-time favorite was from a guy who's first message to me was "Your tagline gives me a chard on." Naturally, I replied "Thanks a latte!
For the most part (aside from perhaps two ‘near misses, completely, in fact) it has been me in other relationships (my partner has never been interested in looking, or hasn’t reciprocated others’ advances).
Our stated ‘rules’ have been around safer sex, and a rule of not getting involved as someone’s affair. I love her, but I’m aware that my thought processes have changed.
same thing as the previous location but the opposite side.Sure, you could complain about the unbearable summer weather, or talk about your job or how your team lost the game again. ' I was totally caught off guard, but the way he asked was so funny that I couldn't help but blurt out about the time I fainted right in the middle of my high school music recital.And if worse comes to worse, you can always "accidentally" glance at your phone and realize you were supposed to (insert ridiculous, obviously B. But then, he shared his embarrassing story with me (not telling!The latter rule sprang from me entering the relationship with her fresh out of BEING someone’s affair. She tells me she doesn’t really care about the ‘affairs’ rule now – she knows I do but she doesn’t see why she can’t do this, given that it’s so rare for her to have these feelings. I cannot currently say I feel proud of her, for example, and I hate that. The December one noted below will be our five year anniversary.We both decided we didn’t need that – there was potential for drama that would involve each other etc. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, SE1 8XX near Waterloo station, 11th November, 12pm onwards. Louisa May Alcott, the beloved writer of Little Women, which was basically a model of her own life with her sisters and her mother, asked this question, "What do girls do who haven't any mothers to help them through their troubles?