farmers dating

Discussion in 'TFF Matchmaker' started by kat, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. dstudent

    dstudent Member

    So yes:cautious:
    You are stalking the a new victim girl:shifty:
     
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  2. In this modern world...

    Is checking someone out on FB then messaging them any different to perving on someone who's stood the other end of the bar, then going talking to them?


    Give it a go @davieh3350 just don't f**k up like I seem to keep doing :facepalm::ROFLMAO:

    I dont mean messaging randomers on FB, I've never done that - I just mean dating in general :bag:
     
  3. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
    exactly! Well I messaged her last night and haven't got a reply, so will keep you all updated. Isn't it fun!!

    now then... Was in town fitting a bit on a hotel wall to protect a gas pipe... Wee foreign girl:wideyed::love: comes over and asks if I'd been there all day as someone has bumped her car and driven off without leaving details... Which got me thinking... Not a bad way to get someone to get in contact with you:cautious:(y)
     
  4. dstudent

    dstudent Member

    :stop: Was she asking you if you had seen something or was she accusing you of possibly having done the deed:scratchhead:
    and no that s a very bad way to try to get someone's details that's not even stalker zone anymore that 's serial killer's territory.

    I am seriously getting worried about you David man:shifty:
     
  5. No, because talking to a woman at the other end of the bar is real, where as checking someone out on Instagram ,Facebook or the like could quite possibly be anything but real!!! :eek:
    In my experience anyone who likes or passes a complementary comment about something I've written and I know they can't understand what I've written is a fraud:rolleyes:... :mad:
    Makes you wonder how many people have had their accounts hacked and their details used for scams by low life pos.:unsure:
     
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  6. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
    goes both ways. How many women have fallen for an air line pilot In a bar only to find out later that he works in an office?
     

  7. He WISHES he had done the deed ;):ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:







    Ok maybe the old me isn't completely gone :unsure:
     
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  8. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
    asking if I had seen anything. Would've been a good opportunity to have gotten her number when she showed me the pictures on her phone..
    "here, give me your number, I can't say I remember seeing anyone hit your car at the moment, But if I remember anything later I can call you":cautious:

    Are you only just getting worried now?
     
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  9. One of my cousin's would have used that line to good effect 30 years ago, then turned up to work piloting a roll start Fiat 500:whistle::rolleyes::LOL:
     
  10. dstudent

    dstudent Member

    None, zero, nada. I don t know nor I ever heard anyone saying that line or been told that line, unless it was an old episode of the Love Boat.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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  11. Canada Farmer

    Canada Farmer Member

    :eek:Are there new episodes of the Love Boat???:facepalm::stop::LOL:
     
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  12. KingArthurSez

    KingArthurSez New Member

    Location:
    Kaduna,Nigeria
    Hi guys, thinking of immigrating to Canada and want to go into agriculture as a full time career there. Have some years experience in corn production and have managed the family mango farm for over 10 years now. Any pointers on how to start? I'm CLUELESS on what I need to do...
     
  13. Canada Farmer

    Canada Farmer Member

    Heard quite a bit aboot people who want to immigrate to Canada, if you can find a woman to sponsor you it will cut down on the paperwork, if not then a lot more paperwork and "English test":eek::rolleyes:
     
  14. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
    And you think asking on a dating thread where no one dates is the right place to ask:scratchhead:
     
  15. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
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  16. Canada Farmer

    Canada Farmer Member

    Spanners?:unsure:
     
  17. Canada Farmer

    Canada Farmer Member

    You do realise its cold in Canada? Cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey atm, eh:eek::rolleyes:
     
  18. davieh3350

    davieh3350 Member

    Location:
    Pitlochry
    Morden Manitoba boasts 130-135 frost free days per year(y)
     
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