Farmer dating site adds
The ad from the local paper resulted in a relationship that over the years has developed from dating one another to a firm friendship. The relationship that came from the ad in the broadsheet resulted in me losing the roof over my head,nearly my business and the loss of a child I loved dearly .You never know what (or who) is out there,folks or what will come of it..... In the dim and distant past i have used adverts in the lonely heart column to some success, but that was before the internet and mobile phone.Also unlike the perception at least of dating websites there usually seems more women than men.Something different I guess but just like it can be hard to judge if you like a person from their profile and pics would it also be difficult based on someone's voice.
In mine its under the headline of 'Meeting friends' although in reality its for dating.I try and match up the men and women to each other. Twice in the distant past I used dating ads in newspapers.I managed to find a farmer type and also a woman who wanted a farmer type. One was a local paper that I replied to, the other a broadsheet that I placed an ad in.The simple answer would be for us all to hire a huge hall, maybe the Albert Hall, and lock all the singles in until either they found someone they like or they have talked to everyone in the hall.I placed an in a London paper a couple of years ago and had a voice message reply.
But to retain the Walt Disney allegory: Always bear in mind that the Scrooge Mc Duck types,Â in the real world as in Duckburg, are often luckier with girls than the Donald Duck types.