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Hello all, I have been in CT a while now, but got sidelined from dating and making new friends due to an illness that lasted a few years from 27 to about 30. I was able to find a gf for a few months from online dating but it didn’t last. Looking to branch,out I enjoyed new haven post college till about 25, but looking to stay more local for now.
I am in farmington, moved from the west end of hartford as it was getting seedy. I like it up here so far, very nice scenery and calm.
A few questions:
Now that I am 30.
Are there any bars that a solo guy could hit up in the hartford/middletown area without looking like a weirdo? I say this cause some of the spots around west hartford center looks like everyone is in groups. I found it bit intimidating. I am into UFC. Not a huge drinker, but willing to suck it up to get out there more. I would be ok with long-term relationship and flings
Where are good spots to meet some new friends? I am a part of a dojo, and its fun while there. Not many people hang out after so its disappointing from that respect.
I also bought a yoga punch card to a new spot. And trying out a new fitness place in west hartford. I’ve been to the West hartford center a lot for coffee and some food. It does seem like a place to take dates. I am little hesitant about rolling solo there as i feel i might stand out
Any ideas you have, please let me know…
I am not originally from here so its been an everlasting struggle to make some solid connections with people. I am fit, have a great job and now place. Never thought it would be this difficult to find a decent gf.
Story #2: A single 31 y/o software developer
I agree with you for the most part but from the other side, one of my favorite things is definitely finishing up some evening work or research with a scotch. I like the noise and ambiance of a good bar and will have a drink and take some food home.
Forget bars. The kind of people you meet at bars are the kinds of people who are likely to hang out at bars.
Find a group activity you enjoy that women might also be interested in. You can meet someone in a no-pressure setting and get a chance to know them a little before hand. Plus, you’ve already got a built-in mutual interest beyond alcohol to share.
This, look up waka sports. Most people who go are either single or with someone and bring a single friend.
Great way to meet active and fun loving people 🙂
Story #3: A 34-year-old full-time female grad student
As a 34-year-old full-time female grad student, I have the same issue. All of my friends are married and I haven’t enjoyed the internet dating scene. My friends as school are younger than me, so I don’t really meet anyone through them either.I would suggest joining Meet Up and searching for different groups you may be interested in. I would also say the brewery scene is more social than the bar scene, and would try to attend some events they might have. While I haven’t checked it out personally, there are also some Young Professional clubs that have social events that are generally on Facebook.
Glad to hear I am not alone. I will give meet up another try and see if I can make a brewery event work. I think I am the one percent of guys that doesn’t like the taste of beer haha. Amazing how that happens but at least I won’t turn into an alcoholic. I did go in the past with my ex and board games were always fun. Message me if you are ever interested in doing something, Doesn’t have to be dating.
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