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I think we're all just keeping quiet on that one ;)

One of my friends took two of his then-friends who were together at the time on an explore and interrupted her giving him 'oral stimulation' on the back seat of an abandoned bus....no joke.

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3 dates in I choose beech caves didnt understand the fascination so I left it there, I have a plenty of freaks account and if they dont wear corsets they live with their mum.... think ill stick to just exploring :)

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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.:)

Im not all that sure about dating, nevermind the whole explorer/ non explorer question... I reckon it works both ways, Where if your dating someone whos aint got an interest in splores at least they aint in your pocket like, but at the same time if they can't understand how much you get out of it, well thats a pile of fun further on!

There are ways of putting it as ive found out the hard way. ME : "grab your boots, torch and pair of gloves tonight babe we going for a leg.." Romantic ;)

I didnt get the reception I wanted

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3 dates in I choose beech caves didnt understand the fascination so I left it there, I have a plenty of freaks account and if they dont wear corsets they live with their mum.... think ill stick to just exploring :)

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I've a PoF account, when you get quizzed about photography and you end up having to explain 'urbex' I get a blank WTF in reply. I recently had to explain it to a girl who's main question was why not take pictures of flowers! :D

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I've a PoF account, when you get quizzed about photography and you end up having to explain 'urbex' I get a blank WTF in reply. I recently had to explain it to a girl who's main question was why not take pictures of flowers! :D

um Barracuda, Is that your way of telling me you wear a corset or live with your mum....? lol only kidding.

Pah Flowers? That gets a definate WTF!!!!

:)

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I gave up with PoF and 'dating' a while ago after getting fed up with trying to explain how my interests (urbex, the industrial revolution and vintage tractors) seemed to conflict with my 'professional' job, my higher education qualification and a falsely perceived middle class existence. Oh and for some reason being a female in my 40's seems to make my interests even more confusing.

Now have more time to spend doing what I enjoy rather than wasting it on dates that never got past the 1st meeting.

Wouldn't say no to the mortuary date though :)

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I gave up with PoF and 'dating' a while ago after getting fed up with trying to explain how my interests (urbex, the industrial revolution and vintage tractors) seemed to conflict with my 'professional' job, my higher education qualification and a falsely perceived middle class existence. Oh and for some reason being a female in my 40's seems to make my interests even more confusing.

Now have more time to spend doing what I enjoy rather than wasting it on dates that never got past the 1st meeting.

Wouldn't say no to the mortuary date though :)

You are Claire Barratt and I claim my £5!

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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

Ha Ha hilarious!

You would be amazed though, how many women enjoy sploring :)

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