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Tinder

Group Thread in love & dating
escapefromearth

Has anyone had any experience with this app?

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sugarcunt:

Ok so I joined Tinder in Jan. I have matched with 31 guys, sent messages to the first 20 guys I matched with and after only one answered me I decided to just wait till some one messaged me. Of the next 11 guys 2 have messaged me.

The 1 guy to answer my message was amazing. Super sweet. We talked for two weeks and then we met in person. We had a great time. We talked about being just friends with benefits. Totally fine with me. I'm not really looking all that hard for a relationship. But if it happens it happens. We were in constant contact morning to night for 2 months. Seeing one another at least once a week and usually spending the night at his place. Then like a flip of a switch. Nothing. Just stopped talking to me. I'm not gonna lie it hurt. But not because of any sort of romantic feelings. More because I feel sort of disrespected, like I know there's a reason and he either doesn't want to tell me or is afraid to. Either way I feel more disappointed. I mean i make it clear, if you don't want to see me anymore just say so. I would rather be told blunt and straight up then to be left wondering what I did, what I said, or whatever. Being left in the dark even on something simple isn't fun.

The first guy who messaged me first was in a Poly relationship. We talked for a week or two. I've never been involved in a Poly type relationship, so I was a little stand offish. But like always I was upfront about how I felt. He was looking for some one who wanted to move faster then me. so I told him it was fine he could move on and he didn't have to keep talking to me if he didn't want to. Which he didn't and he moved on.

The latest guy has only been talking to me for a day or two.

Out of these experiences I feel Tinder is very much like digging in the thrift store looking for that one really good find. I don't take it very serious at all. I don't really think you can. I don't really see myself finding the love of my life on it. But it is getting me looking outside my tiny little social bubble for new people.

jdaddy8:

Currently dating the love of my life from Tinder. Just sucks it gets such a negative connotation of being a "hook up" app. so I'm not always willing to tell people where we met.

What is the soundtrack of your life?

I'm a little bit late with this homework @lyxzen @rambo and @missy gave us but it's nice and I wanna share with you my fave music =) so, let's go!

GUSTAVO CERATI is the soundtrack of my life ♥

I started listening to his music when I was a child (my uncle was a fan) and he
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catdad:
I like that first song the best, but he did well moving across genres.  Obviously a great talent.  A shame he's gone.  Thanks for sharing. 
joshuaferrero:
Genio, eso era Cerati, un genio. Comparto contigo 100%. Es difícil elegir una música de Cerati, pero "Puente" me trae muchos recuerdos lindos. 

cars

For the motorheads, gearheads, enthusiasts and the auto-curious. All makes, models, mods and vintages welcome.

So, this blog assignment is dedicated to the hardships of discrimination. I've read a handful of posts discussing tattoo or alternative body modification in the workplace, the struggles of being a woman or any other identity on the gender spectrum other than a white cisgender hetero-affectionate male, and those giving a from-experience lens of the racial discrimination still occurring in 2016. These are all...
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pilotracer:
 I grew up in the South and experienced a lot of the discrimination and many of my jobs. Even from simple things like dying my hair a non natural color and having my tongue pierced. I got passed over for a couple promotions as a result of it. I moved to Colorado a while after that and realize how much different things could be in an area where people are open and accepting of body modification and body art. As I begin to have influence in hiring practices I made sure of that I did everything that I could to try and shift the ideas of professionalism that have haunted individuals who have the desire for self expression.   I have recently I have recently moved back to the South and had forgotten just how interesting it is here. Even my cousins have had issues at their places of employment do to tattoos on their arms. Being required to wear bandages or long sleeves to cover it up at all times in an office environment. It's definitely something as a society that we need to change at least in this area of the country.
orenda:
@pilotracer very interesting story!  I have actually considered moving to CO after finishing graduate school next fall.  I love living in Mississippi because of all of the gorgeous nature, interesting food, and quick drives to Nola or Gulf Shores, but the community here as a whole could definitely use a steer in a more progressive direction.  Even at my program, when I am providing therapy to a client, all of my tattoos must be covered while in sessions.  So silly.  Hopefully our generation can be the push society needs to become more accepting of diversity in a multicultural environment 💗
theprophet36

Has anybody gone to one of these? Thoughts? Recommendations?

I'd post this in the Psychedelic Rainbows Group. But, my membership has been 'pending' for a couple months now 😕

I'm liking the sounds of this retreat:

http://www.kapitari.org/ayahuasca-ceremonies/authentic-ayahuasca-retreat-in-iquitos-peru/

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roxas:
My best friend was lucky enough to find  a shaman from Peru where she lives, he holds ceremonies in his house periodically. She and her boyfriend did it together, and she said it was an experience of a lifetime.
drslump:

I don't know about this curandero, but at least it doesn't seem suspicious! Ayahuasca ceremony can be indeed a strong experience, but be aware that it can be tough as well. The cleansing/purge preliminaries can be quite unpleasant, depending on how authentic their methods are. And last, drinking Yage is no joke, don't go there thinking you'll have a "psychedelic" experience. It's another world, I suggest you consider it with respect, and with the desire to learn. I've seen enough irresponsible, unprepared ass-holes go nuts during the ceremony, or behave like damn tourists, wasting the opportunity they were given.

So, I decided to do round 2 of my blog series on "The Story Of My Tattoo".

I have the lyrics "I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way" from Gainesville Rock City on my lower back. It's about 7 years old now and is going to have wine work on it eventually.

I do love Less Than Jake, they're amazing, but this
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sweetcookie:
😳
bradster:
LTJ is awesome! I see them every time they're in town. Great idea for a tatt.

yoga

This group is for yoga instructors, yoga enthusiasts, and yoga beginners alike to discuss teaching strategies, courses, retreats, therapeutic yoga, and anything else yoga. Namaste.

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meidymei:
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Good Nights Babies! Theme this difficult huh ? In my life I have many soundtracks. But I think the song " Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana " , it is my soundtrack. This song makes me feel a young and yummy spirit , makes me feel free to jump in and feel good , makes me excited . No doubt even after more than 20 years , this song will be mine forever...
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brisen:
Yeah Nirvana!!!
alessiasnowhite:
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Just yesterday I was discriminated against because I am a girl photographer.

Yes, that's right, people still don't take females seriously when it comes to live music photography, and i'm sure many other areas of photography. Not only was I discriminated against because I am female, I was also discriminated against for being naked on the internet, AT THE SAME TIME.

It...
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phoebe:
I agree with @trisha! 
ondinae:
True words @trisha