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I met my other half through a PM that she sent me.

I replied...."Silent is here, how may I be of assistance"

We met up at Mid Wales Hospital Talgarth, and the rest is history.

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I met my babe in France in a well known Derp. She came in with her mates to, well bust us really.....

And a certain Mr. Bones couldn't stop looking at her...ahem, bust.

And maybe I couldn't either.

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i also met my girlfriend through this, started out by talking about access to st. joes in upholland lol

Would this be the fair lady you shared a bath with at Winstanley?

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Well from a female point of view I would say be honest as it will come out eventually, and anyway if someone doesan't like what you doing tough, you got be yourself, it's good to have different interests it would be boring if we were all the same, I would say go for it, and see what happens.:)

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How many of you have now stolen that for your bucket of fish profiles?! ;)

Anyone's welcome to it, it really doesn't work that well, trust me.

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So here's the situation, imagine your on plenty o fish or similar. Conversations going well and she asks. ... What are you doing on Saturday? To which you reply sorry I'm going round an abandoned asylum with some strangers off the Internet to take some photos of the morgue. ...... Well that's the last you'll hear from her!

So we need a dating forum where ideal first date is the disused factory down the road! :jump

Oh, that would be a winner if you were dating me :-). provided I were invited to come along, of course :-)

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I never liked boys outside the urbex clique:) Now my boyfriend is my urbex-partner. And I know a lot of couples who got to know each other in locations or sites about UE.

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How very true as is a passion that takes up so much time and to share together is so good :D

Yes and it's easier than people understand each other and shouldn't ask permission for a trip:p

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