Looking to start a middle-aged friendship club
Posted in the Columbia Forum
#1 Jul 22, 2011
Hi! My husband and I are in our 50's, and it's so difficult out here to find other childless, middle-aged couples like ourselves! Would like to make some new friends for dinners out, movies, things of that nature. We are Christian and funloving people. Anyone game??
#2 Jul 26, 2011
See what I mean about how difficult it is to find other childless middle-aged friends?
#3 Jul 27, 2011
the internet is a nice piece of technology to stay informed, communicate, and to debate the issues of the day. but it is no place to look for friends. i see you have decided to skate out on that thin ice again. now if you are looking to explore partner sharing or partner swapping then this is the right place. but if you are looking for friendship that is true and innocent, cut the computer off and try a more conservative approach. what is so perplexing though, is that it seems that a couple in their 50's would be enjoying their golden years together lost in each other's love, wanting only each other. the question is: what is kiminoakland really searching for ?
#4 Jul 28, 2011
Wow. You are bizarre old school. I don't understand your comment re: skating on thin ice again. This is the first time I've posted. What did I say in my post that led you to think that I was seeking immoral activity?
Get your filthy mind out of the gutter.
Yes, and by the way, healthy adult couples enjoy friendships that have nothing to do with partner swapping. I'm so sorry you obviously have not experienced a deep and respectful friendship with others in your lifetime.
You assume I haven't used conservative methods in my quest for friendships since we moved to Fayette County. Most of our friends are from church and we love them dearly. However, we have not found any other middle aged couples that are childless. That's why I gave this a shot.
Speaking of church, you should try it. You didn't ask for it but I want you to know that I forgive you for your lack of decency in your thinking. I hope this opens your eyes to a greater understanding of God's gift of friendship that we are privileged to share with one another.
May God's peace be with you.
#6 Feb 27, 2013
I understand how you feel. I'm 46 and my husband is 49. We don't have any friends that we can do things with on a regular basis either. Too bad you and your husband don't live in Georgia. I can't figure out how to find friends. We don't go to bars. I would love to have some friends to do things with like movies, dinner out, board games, etc. We don't have any children either. You posted this back in 2011, so I hope you have found some friends.
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