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Like the night out I'm having at a local restaurant next week with two (maybe three) natal girls. It's not to everyone's taste - hence the big sale discount - but I can't help liking it as a fun thing to wear.
As often happens, sleeping on an intriguing idea brings you down to earth next day.
This was the first draft of that personal description: I am a mature woman looking for a person - it could be male or female, actually - to share a social life with. I have a grown-up married step-daughter, but no children of my own, no pets, and no special commitments. My personal history and circumstances have made me a very self-sufficient person, and I value my present independence.
My enduring interests are travel and photography, good food and interesting company.
You had to say what kind of person you were, and who you were looking for. You'd have to pay to set up a chatting facility and to negotiate an actual date. I'd rather use the money on diesel for Fiona, and have an exciting 95mph blast up the M23. At first blush the online dating process feels contrived and lacking in magic - quite apart from the risk of meeting some slimeball who has cynically faked a photo and a false description of themselves.
But the choices offered could only be 'woman looking for a man' or 'man looking for a woman', when I really wanted to say 'woman looking for both'. I may come to feel differently on more mature reflection, but for now I think I'll leave it all to blind chance.
And do you know, I'm sure that - subconsciously - that's how I want it to be.
My instinct is to be offputting, to make it hard to fancy me, to keep most people at arm's length.
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