Not dating - simply looking for new friendships

I know this is a predominantly romantic sub-forum. Not looking for romance here, but simply for some friendly human interaction. :unsure:

I recently got very interested in different breeds (cattle and sheep), and now have this weird (for a city dweller) idea of attending a livestock show / event, to see them live. So far have my eyes on the Winter Stock Festival (Peterborough). Problem is, I am suffering from a severe impostor syndrome - never had any experience with animals apart from a couple of pet cows and goats in my childhood. And pretty much no hands-on farming experience since the age of 16. :D
If anyone knowledgeable is planning to attend and is feeling bored or lonely, let me know - I can come along and keep you entertained with remarkably stupid questions / buy you a drink / admire your expertise. Gender blind, of course.
 
I know this is a predominantly romantic sub-forum. Not looking for romance here, but simply for some friendly human interaction. :unsure:

I recently got very interested in different breeds (cattle and sheep), and now have this weird (for a city dweller) idea of attending a livestock show / event, to see them live. So far have my eyes on the Winter Stock Festival (Peterborough). Problem is, I am suffering from a severe impostor syndrome - never had any experience with animals apart from a couple of pet cows and goats in my childhood. And pretty much no hands-on farming experience since the age of 16. :D
If anyone knowledgeable is planning to attend and is feeling bored or lonely, let me know - I can come along and keep you entertained with remarkably stupid questions / buy you a drink / admire your expertise. Gender blind, of course.
Like most things in life and with regard to severe imposter syndrome, fear not, you do not have to know exactly what to do ,all you have to do is look the part and act convincing(y).
 

dstudent

Member
I know this is a predominantly romantic sub-forum. Not looking for romance here, but simply for some friendly human interaction. :unsure:

I recently got very interested in different breeds (cattle and sheep), and now have this weird (for a city dweller) idea of attending a livestock show / event, to see them live. So far have my eyes on the Winter Stock Festival (Peterborough). Problem is, I am suffering from a severe impostor syndrome - never had any experience with animals apart from a couple of pet cows and goats in my childhood. And pretty much no hands-on farming experience since the age of 16. :D
If anyone knowledgeable is planning to attend and is feeling bored or lonely, let me know - I can come along and keep you entertained with remarkably stupid questions / buy you a drink / admire your expertise. Gender blind, of course.
Predominantly romantic??:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Have you read any of the threads?o_O:LOL:
 

JMx

Member
why no to dating?...

u realise that a stock farmer will likely suffer some upfront costs eg labour just in order to attend...
 

Ukjay

Member
why no to dating?...

u realise that a stock farmer will likely suffer some upfront costs eg labour just in order to attend...
Wow: just because a farmer may incur costs to go to a show (for his own benefit don't forget) - why should that invoke someone having to date them to tag along.
Can man and woman not cohabit this land without having to / be pressured into jumping in bed with one another just for sake of a feeling of obligation!!
 

JMx

Member
no sorry for the misunderstanding, did not imply any connection...btw never mentioned bed as well!
was just wondering why strictly no dating...

on the costs topic, was just trying to explain that there are some cost barriers to small stock farmers attending major events...

apologies for any offence caused
 

dstudent

Member
no sorry for the misunderstanding, did not imply any connection...btw never mentioned bed as well!
was just wondering why strictly no dating...

on the costs topic, was just trying to explain that there are some cost barriers to small stock farmers attending major events...

apologies for any offence caused
You are not getting one right are you?:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
No to worry I had to go through an apology tour when I started on this forum.
I seemed to offend everyone:scratchhead::scratchhead::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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