Jim Bob

Bowling Green, KY

#22 Aug 29, 2013
Im not in to the social scene but I do like younger women.Im am looking for nsa fun and younger
women to me is 30 and up.If your lonely and need some daytime company let me know.

lff11126@rocketmail.com
Lori

Sebring, OH

#23 Aug 29, 2013
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>
How about "I aspire for people to speak to me once in awhile and treat me like a human being and not some rapist or criminal." I know that's asking a lot. As for churches, Jews don't belong in a church. They just don't. They belong in synagogues, if they belong anywhere. And there are no Jewish houses of worship in this town, except for the fake one that serves the Jews for Jesus. Those aren't real Jews.
You're right. We had dear friends move to a larger city because they were Jewish and felt Bowling Green didn't offer them an opportunity to raise their children in their faith. I'm sorry there isn't a stronger base for you to practice your faith here. While they were here, our friends traveled to Nashville Metro to find a good place for this, inconvenient thought it was.
Lori

Sebring, OH

#24 Aug 29, 2013
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll say here what I've said to others who have left replies: Jewish people do NOT belong in a church, period. Gym classes don't help, and the meetups in this town are a dead end. Tried them already. As for my personality, no one has any way of knowing that I'm not positive, and oh-so happy if they never look at or speak to me. If I'm just sitting around in a park with nothing more than a book, there's no way for anyone to know that. Are you going to tell me sitting alone in a park on a Sunday with a book is creepy and off-putting, too?
OK YDN2K, you really want advice: If you're buried in a book, people will assume you wish to be left alone. Bring a dog instead. It must be a male dog, preferably a hunting or sporting breed, preferably puppy. Male say's you're alpha, puppy says you're not afraid of hard work, commitment and gentle discipline. If you show up with a Bichon Frise, Maltese or other hypoallergenic dog, people will assume you are gay and/or high maintenance. If you have a "Doodle" breed, people will assume you're impossible to please because you want everything in one package. The dog reflects the man. Get a Lab or Pointer, or adopt a retired Greyhound if hair really bothers you, plus they look rather refined but masculine. If your driving a Volkswagen, Cube, Prius or other vehicle that's obviously a Democrat's car, get rid of it, unless that's the type of girl you want to attract. i.e a Ford Truck will attract a certain kind of woman. If you're looking for single women, try taking a Concealed Carry class. There are tons of them in there. But don't show up with a .38 special or other girly gun. Don't play that Jewish card until at least the 3rd date or you'll chase them away before they have a chance to love you for yourself instead of any of these labels. Labels get you the date. It's up to you to keep her.
single dad

Canton, OH

#25 Aug 29, 2013
Lori wrote:
<quoted text>OK YDN2K, you really want advice: If you're buried in a book, people will assume you wish to be left alone. Bring a dog instead. It must be a male dog, preferably a hunting or sporting breed, preferably puppy. Male say's you're alpha, puppy says you're not afraid of hard work, commitment and gentle discipline. If you show up with a Bichon Frise, Maltese or other hypoallergenic dog, people will assume you are gay and/or high maintenance. If you have a "Doodle" breed, people will assume you're impossible to please because you want everything in one package. The dog reflects the man. Get a Lab or Pointer, or adopt a retired Greyhound if hair really bothers you, plus they look rather refined but masculine. If your driving a Volkswagen, Cube, Prius or other vehicle that's obviously a Democrat's car, get rid of it, unless that's the type of girl you want to attract. i.e a Ford Truck will attract a certain kind of woman. If you're looking for single women, try taking a Concealed Carry class. There are tons of them in there. But don't show up with a .38 special or other girly gun. Don't play that Jewish card until at least the 3rd date or you'll chase them away before they have a chance to love you for yourself instead of any of these labels. Labels get you the date. It's up to you to keep her.
I agree with Lori
oh my

Bowling Green, KY

#26 Aug 29, 2013
Lori wrote:
<quoted text>OK YDN2K, you really want advice: If you're buried in a book, people will assume you wish to be left alone. Bring a dog instead. It must be a male dog, preferably a hunting or sporting breed, preferably puppy. Male say's you're alpha, puppy says you're not afraid of hard work, commitment and gentle discipline. If you show up with a Bichon Frise, Maltese or other hypoallergenic dog, people will assume you are gay and/or high maintenance. If you have a "Doodle" breed, people will assume you're impossible to please because you want everything in one package. The dog reflects the man. Get a Lab or Pointer, or adopt a retired Greyhound if hair really bothers you, plus they look rather refined but masculine. If your driving a Volkswagen, Cube, Prius or other vehicle that's obviously a Democrat's car, get rid of it, unless that's the type of girl you want to attract. i.e a Ford Truck will attract a certain kind of woman. If you're looking for single women, try taking a Concealed Carry class. There are tons of them in there. But don't show up with a .38 special or other girly gun. Don't play that Jewish card until at least the 3rd date or you'll chase them away before they have a chance to love you for yourself instead of any of these labels. Labels get you the date. It's up to you to keep her.
Funny!! But unfortunately some what true! Hey.. Give us the "drinks" of who you are run down. I'm interested to know.:)
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#27 Aug 29, 2013
Native wrote:
<quoted text>
You're welcome! The first step in coping with any problem is identifying the root cause. In your case, being a loser. Once identified, we can make a plan of action. In your case, move to Burkesville and live in a house full of cats. If you think people were rude here, wait till you get a taste of the real thing.
Well, I guess we see why everyone loves you so much around here. You have this ASTONISHING ability to instantly identify someone as a loser whom you've never even met. Either that, or people in this town full of married, churchy family types just love your brand of ugly, mean-spirited, and quite unfunny comedy. "No 30+ single males need apply; y'all just turn your big city asses around and get the hell out of our pure, clean, christian family-values town...we don't need none of the likes of your ilk here. If you ain't married with kids; y'all must be a sexual predator, child molester, stalker, creep, and deviant." Did I pretty much get it right?
almost

Bowling Green, KY

#28 Aug 29, 2013
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>Well, I guess we see why everyone loves you so much around here. You have this ASTONISHING ability to instantly identify someone as a loser whom you've never even met. Either that, or people in this town full of married, churchy family types just love your brand of ugly, mean-spirited, and quite unfunny comedy. "No 30+ single males need apply; y'all just turn your big city asses around and get the hell out of our pure, clean, christian family-values town...we don't need none of the likes of your ilk here. If you ain't married with kids; y'all must be a sexual predator, child molester, stalker, creep, and deviant." Did I pretty much get it right?
Or just that damn ugly!!!
Native

Bowling Green, KY

#29 Aug 29, 2013
Nope, you're so focused on losing you can't see your nose to spite your face. I'm afraid it's hopeless. Try the cathouse in Burkesville. They know how to welcome you.
Leroy Mercer

Bowling Green, KY

#30 Aug 29, 2013
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Deal, I'm afraid you are probably spot-on with your assessment. It's really pretty pathetic.
I moved away from BG for work, and I've seen everything that has been discussed in this topic... for the rate of growth in the area, the attitudes have not kept up with the pace... Too many posers around here, and what's available in the age group of the mid 30's and up are small to non existent unless you want to help raise another man's kids.....

“Da Imp”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#31 Aug 29, 2013
for a moment I thought you were talking about Greenville Ohio. I guess it's pretty common, not just there but everywhere. Society seems to have it's phases of what's strange and what's normal. I wouldn't worry about it though. Just don't bother with the idiots and find good people who accept you for who you are.
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
Not sure if this has been brought up before, so I'll do it now. What the HELL is wrong with the social mentality in this damn town? What makes so many people think it's OK to treat a guy like some sort of rapist, creepy deviant just because he's in his mid 40's, unmarried with no kids, and living here? I realize this is a nice, churchy little towne with nice, compliant men and women who follow the script, get married, and pop out little snot tossers like there's no tomorrow. All before age 25. Would it REALLY kill you xenophobic bigots to show even a SLIGHTLY welcoming attitude towards someone who is a long term bachelor who arrived here from elsewhere to work and rebuild his professional life? Does it make you happy, picturing a middle aged bachelor always sitting in his apartment alone, or having to go out and do things ALONE every damn time because you have decided he's some stalker rapist creep, out to exploit you or out to steal your precious little girlfriend? Does it give some sense of empowerment telling a guy like that he should just move away because he and his ilk are obviously not welcome in an "all American" town like this? You WKU students: you think you're all going to be happily married and perfectly content in your lives when you turn 45 or 50? And you married Gen X-ers: it doesn't occur to you, for even a moment, the idea that a non-Christian, non-family man from out of state might actually be a cool person to hang out with from time to time, does it? You know, the occasional invitation to join you and your tight little clique for something social, maybe a party or something, so the loner "creep" doesn't have to feel like one all the time? Nah...better to just leave "those people" to rot in their own hell. Maybe "those people" will get the message that they don't belong in our nice, manicured family town. That guy who goes everywhere and does everything by himself must have done something to DESERVE his fate, right? And it's just wonderful that no one could find or name even TWO OR THREE single, datable women over 35 or 40 in this absurd little college town. You know, so maybe the creepy, loner guy that we all avoid and avoid talking to could maybe get a date or two once or twice a year? Nah, can't have that. Just ignore the old creep, and maybe he'll go away...regardless of the fact that there's no work anywhere else. After all, if he doesn't have anyone around who cares about or loves him, it must be his fault. Let him burn in his own solitude...as long as you've got yours, right? Now you know how I really feel about life here, day after meaningless, empty, lonely day. I hope you are proud of yourselves. Thanks, Bowling Green, for making me feel more UNWELCOME and ostracized than any other town I've ever lived in. And I've lived in plenty of them. Because I'm 48 and alone.
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#32 Aug 29, 2013
Lori wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right. We had dear friends move to a larger city because they were Jewish and felt Bowling Green didn't offer them an opportunity to raise their children in their faith. I'm sorry there isn't a stronger base for you to practice your faith here. While they were here, our friends traveled to Nashville Metro to find a good place for this, inconvenient thought it was.
Lori, I'm not surprised your friends felt unwelcome here as a Jewish family. And they are a *family,* so at least they had each other. I'm not even terribly religious. I was just trying to make a point about how someone who doesn't fit the acceptable profile of this town (college student, or married and Gentile with a family) is made to feel more than unwelcome. It's really too bad. But I can't move. My work is here, and I can't leave my work.
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#33 Aug 29, 2013
Lori wrote:
<quoted text>
OK YDN2K, you really want advice: If you're buried in a book, people will assume you wish to be left alone. Bring a dog instead. It must be a male dog, preferably a hunting or sporting breed, preferably puppy. Male say's you're alpha, puppy says you're not afraid of hard work, commitment and gentle discipline. If you show up with a Bichon Frise, Maltese or other hypoallergenic dog, people will assume you are gay and/or high maintenance. If you have a "Doodle" breed, people will assume you're impossible to please because you want everything in one package. The dog reflects the man. Get a Lab or Pointer, or adopt a retired Greyhound if hair really bothers you, plus they look rather refined but masculine. If your driving a Volkswagen, Cube, Prius or other vehicle that's obviously a Democrat's car, get rid of it, unless that's the type of girl you want to attract. i.e a Ford Truck will attract a certain kind of woman. If you're looking for single women, try taking a Concealed Carry class. There are tons of them in there. But don't show up with a .38 special or other girly gun. Don't play that Jewish card until at least the 3rd date or you'll chase them away before they have a chance to love you for yourself instead of any of these labels. Labels get you the date. It's up to you to keep her.
Lori, was that advice you just gave meant to be comedy? I can't even tell. If it was meant as satire, you presented it very convincingly as real. Where to start: first, I'm not always at the park buried in a book. I get out, go places, and do things all the time...but I have no choice but to do them alone. As for getting a dog, I would love the company of a puppy, but I live with two cats. One of my cats is elderly. That combo of pets wouldn't be fair to any of them; I can't be that cruel. A dog is not just a convenience for me. If I adopt, I do it to give a dog a happy home for the rest of his or her life, not to use her as a prop. As for the vehicle, I drive a 1989 Mazda pickup truck. Yes, it's old. But I'm allergic to car payments; achoo. I don't have an extra $300 per month to spare for a new car payment; it's not gonna happen. As for the concealed carry class, guns are boring, and I'm ferociously anti-hunting. I'm a hunter's worst nightmare, and I don't eat dead animal flesh or dairy. I side with the animals in the wild, not with their murderers. I don't think I would be welcome in that type of activity. Plus, Jewish people don't do shooting for sport; it's not our way. If someone has a problem with my Jewish origins before I even meet her, she always will. Looks like we've hit dead ends all around. Thanks anyway.
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#34 Aug 29, 2013
almost wrote:
<quoted text>
Or just that damn ugly!!!
Well, if you say so.
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#35 Aug 29, 2013
Jim Bob wrote:
Im not in to the social scene but I do like younger women.Im am looking for nsa fun and younger
women to me is 30 and up.If your lonely and need some daytime company let me know.
lff11126@rocketmail.com
I'm told that any woman younger than 43-45 years old is cradle-robbing by me. I would like to date smart, attractive 30-35 year old women, but I don't want to be called a "statutory rapist." 30 years old is 18 years younger than me. Even if I could get a date with a woman that age, I would look like an asshole to others around me, sorry to say. It doesn't matter, women in their 30's have no interest in men my age.
Lori

Sebring, OH

#37 Aug 30, 2013
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Lori, was that advice you just gave meant to be comedy? I can't even tell. If it was meant as satire, you presented it very convincingly as real. Where to start: first, I'm not always at the park buried in a book. I get out, go places, and do things all the time...but I have no choice but to do them alone. As for getting a dog, I would love the company of a puppy, but I live with two cats. One of my cats is elderly. That combo of pets wouldn't be fair to any of them; I can't be that cruel. A dog is not just a convenience for me. If I adopt, I do it to give a dog a happy home for the rest of his or her life, not to use her as a prop. As for the vehicle, I drive a 1989 Mazda pickup truck. Yes, it's old. But I'm allergic to car payments; achoo. I don't have an extra $300 per month to spare for a new car payment; it's not gonna happen. As for the concealed carry class, guns are boring, and I'm ferociously anti-hunting. I'm a hunter's worst nightmare, and I don't eat dead animal flesh or dairy. I side with the animals in the wild, not with their murderers. I don't think I would be welcome in that type of activity. Plus, Jewish people don't do shooting for sport; it's not our way. If someone has a problem with my Jewish origins before I even meet her, she always will. Looks like we've hit dead ends all around. Thanks anyway.
So you eat the animals alive?! Probably not, but I couldn't resist. I know you have an extra $300 and just don't want to spend it #stereotyping. So you're 48, childless, never married, Jewish, employed, cat-loving, naturalist, vegetarian with a beater of a Japanese truck (just checking all the labels here, correct me if any of these are wrong). I'm guessing you're also a Democrat just by the collection heretofore mentioned, but I could be wrong about that. I'm really trying to help, and while this is slightly fun to do, I don't want to rip you apart either. Honestly trying to figure out a good suggestion for you that will work. There's not a really hot market for someone with all of these types of labels in one package. I would advise you to prioritize your values and figure out which of these are absolute, and which you might be persuaded to be flexible on.

For example, you hate hunting, but what's the harm in having excellent marksmanship in skeet shooting? It's like golf in the air! It's a sport, not something to judge people as bad for participating in. Now killing a 5 year old gorgeous specimen of the cervidae order may be considered a waste of God's (your's too) creation. However shooting a clay disc would be considered trivial and no more harmful that if it were a carnival game. And it's kind of hot to a woman to know a man could protect her if he had to. Again, this is Just an example of rationale used to compromise on labels.

Picking up women at the gym is also not advisable. How about joining a civic group like Rotary Club? You're too old for Jaycees. Volunteering at the Hospitals, or other community places, volunteering at local charities like the horse riding place for handicap kids, etc. is a good way to get yourself busy interacting with people (one of your goals to not be so lonely), may allow you to network with others who may have eligible connections you'd never otherwise find out about. Sitting at Spencer's/Panera clicking on your laptop will not help you reach your goal.

One rhetorical question is: are you throwing the Jewish thing in their faces right away, just to see if they run? I once had someone introduce himself to me, "Hi, I'm Mark. I'm gay." It was really awkward and irrelevant (I'm married). Nothing we interacted for involved sex, so I don't think I needed to know that. Similarly, if you're interacting with people outside of your church, why should they care if you're Jewish. I wouldn't. If you wish someone a Merry Christmas, you're not denying your faith. Just affirming your respect for theirs. When in Rome....
You Dont Need to Know

Bowling Green, KY

#38 Aug 30, 2013
Lori wrote:
<quoted text>
So you eat the animals alive?! Probably not, but I couldn't resist. I know you have an extra $300 and just don't want to spend it #stereotyping. So you're 48, childless, never married, Jewish, employed, cat-loving, naturalist, vegetarian with a beater of a Japanese truck (just checking all the labels here, correct me if any of these are wrong). I'm guessing you're also a Democrat just by the collection heretofore mentioned, but I could be wrong about that. I'm really trying to help, and while this is slightly fun to do, I don't want to rip you apart either. Honestly trying to figure out a good suggestion for you that will work. There's not a really hot market for someone with all of these types of labels in one package. I would advise you to prioritize your values and figure out which of these are absolute, and which you might be persuaded to be flexible on.
For example, you hate hunting, but what's the harm in having excellent marksmanship in skeet shooting? It's like golf in the air! It's a sport, not something to judge people as bad for participating in. Now killing a 5 year old gorgeous specimen of the cervidae order may be considered a waste of God's (your's too) creation. However shooting a clay disc would be considered trivial and no more harmful that if it were a carnival game. And it's kind of hot to a woman to know a man could protect her if he had to. Again, this is Just an example of rationale used to compromise on labels.
Picking up women at the gym is also not advisable. How about joining a civic group like Rotary Club? You're too old for Jaycees. Volunteering at the Hospitals, or other community places, volunteering at local charities like the horse riding place for handicap kids, etc. is a good way to get yourself busy interacting with people (one of your goals to not be so lonely), may allow you to network with others who may have eligible connections you'd never otherwise find out about. Sitting at Spencer's/Panera clicking on your laptop will not help you reach your goal.
One rhetorical question is: are you throwing the Jewish thing in their faces right away, just to see if they run? I once had someone introduce himself to me, "Hi, I'm Mark. I'm gay." It was really awkward and irrelevant (I'm married). Nothing we interacted for involved sex, so I don't think I needed to know that. Similarly, if you're interacting with people outside of your church, why should they care if you're Jewish. I wouldn't. If you wish someone a Merry Christmas, you're not denying your faith. Just affirming your respect for theirs. When in Rome....
Let's start with what I'm not. Not a democrat, or republican, or any other political label. I do my own thinking, top to bottom. Which puts me at another huge disadvantage around here, right off the bat. And no, I really DON'T have an extra $300 per month. I have to support myself, entirely. I don't and can't spend what I don't have. Also, I *don't* care if someone owns a firearm to defend themselves, and I don't care if someone wants to go out and shoot clay pots. It's just not my thing, it's boring to me. I would rather go kayaking. Now, what I do...I DO volunteer to walk the dogs and talk to the cats at the BGWC Humane Society Hildreth adoption center. It's nice, but doesn't result in any social interaction. As for the Jewish background, I only mention it here for illustrative purposes. Unless someone asks me what church I attend, they never know I'm actually Jewish. I don't bring it up. As for my values, driving a 24 year old pickup isn't a value. I just don't have any other choice at the moment. But you are right, there's no "market" around here for someone like me. Which takes us full circle, back to my original post.
Damn man

United States

#39 Aug 30, 2013
If you weren't such a closed minded, pessimistic old fart, somebody may want to be near you. As it stands though you are a serious stick in the mud! Who in there right mind would want to associate with someone so freaking negative? How about being thankful for what you have? I'm 37 and single and have zero problems meeting new people. It's called a personality man and you need one something awful!!!!!
You Dont Need to Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Lori, was that advice you just gave meant to be comedy? I can't even tell. If it was meant as satire, you presented it very convincingly as real. Where to start: first, I'm not always at the park buried in a book. I get out, go places, and do things all the time...but I have no choice but to do them alone. As for getting a dog, I would love the company of a puppy, but I live with two cats. One of my cats is elderly. That combo of pets wouldn't be fair to any of them; I can't be that cruel. A dog is not just a convenience for me. If I adopt, I do it to give a dog a happy home for the rest of his or her life, not to use her as a prop. As for the vehicle, I drive a 1989 Mazda pickup truck. Yes, it's old. But I'm allergic to car payments; achoo. I don't have an extra $300 per month to spare for a new car payment; it's not gonna happen. As for the concealed carry class, guns are boring, and I'm ferociously anti-hunting. I'm a hunter's worst nightmare, and I don't eat dead animal flesh or dairy. I side with the animals in the wild, not with their murderers. I don't think I would be welcome in that type of activity. Plus, Jewish people don't do shooting for sport; it's not our way. If someone has a problem with my Jewish origins before I even meet her, she always will. Looks like we've hit dead ends all around. Thanks anyway.
Have a nice day

Bowling Green, KY

#40 Aug 30, 2013
It's great to be alive and not be so negative.
Jim Bob

Bowling Green, KY

#41 Aug 30, 2013
Hey ladies im still looking and I love to have discrete fun
Tattooed girl

Nashville, TN

#42 Aug 30, 2013
Have you tried online dating? I do this because I work full time and have a child. I rarely go exciting places to meet new people. I am 34 and prefer
to date older men. My advice is also If you see a girl and she has no ring on talk to her even if its at Kroger or Walmart lol. I am educated, pretty and friendly yet never asked out unless its online. Odds are she's out there right in front of you:) I date 34-50. It's possible just be positive!

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