The Mickey Rourke bandwagon is making the rounds, but I already hopped aboard long before all this Wrestler hullabaloo. Hollywood is working the comeback angle on tough guy Mick who may win an Oscar this year. But the real moral of this story is simpler: being a bad boy is a lousy life choice. Loving one is even worse. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
I am in dire need of venting before I explode and it irreversibly damages my relationship
I am looking for: I am in search of that special someone who feels the way I do wants the attention I have to give and likes to return it. Is positive about life and that we can share it, enjoy the good times and help each other over the bumps in our road, hopefully for a long time.. The rest of our lives. Someone who likes to travel if only just a day or a romantic get away cruise, wink... We'd enjoy romantic dining out or have fun creating our own at home. A woman who wants a good kisser. If you don't like that and me showing you that you hold my interest, even in public, ( but not to the point they're yelling "go get a room!!" lol)maybe someone less sensual, romantic and passionate would be for you... Looking for all ethnicities:
There is more than the man to blame when sh@! happens....
What do you do when your boyfriend loves you but he is so much of a flirt he can't help liking other girls?
A girl's confession that tradition and commitment actually mean something
I meet this guy online at okcupid.com (really good free dating site.) The first day he sends me a message on the site and I replied to him almost instantly. From that day on we started of messaging each other, then it develop to text messages on the phone, and talking to each other on the phone.
We Both were told not to but we did anyway
the start of a beautiful future