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HI IM PHIL LIVING IN WIDNES CHESHIRE 45. 6 FEET TALL FAIR HAIR BLUE EYES . XSOH . NOT BAD LOOKING AV GOT M S LOL . happy2X.  O AM LOOKING FOR A WOMAN .. XPHIL X 

Ha ha nice phill, oops not replying as I'm not gay and either are you happy

I tried match with no success, went out on a date but then you get the gentle blow off

when you tell them you have MS.

 

A serious coder could make a killing creating a disabled dating website.

 

Good luck with your search anyway.

hi phil

i met my soul mate playing scrabble on fb of all places!

hes a lovely lovely man with the patience of a saint ( just as well cos im hard work at times).

and he thinks of my disabillities as an obsticle that we can find a way around, and we do.

hes coming next weekend and i cant wait!

keep fighting the fight phil and dont limit yourself to just msers as potential girlfriends. the world is full of good people....

zelda x

Get out there Phil, put it about - read into that what you may but if your indoors all the time who knows your available.  MS is just an extra not you, the person you are.

 

I wish you all the best for finding a soulmate.  You sound a loving character to me, so show others.

 

Sock it to em P.

 

bren

x

Hi Phil, you sound nice, unfortunately I am married already but happy to be friends on here. Don’t particularly think your ms will put people off, my husband married me with it, lots of people with lots of medical conditions find people.
Cheryl:)

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Ha ha nice phill, oops not replying as I’m not gay and either are you

I tried match with no success, went out on a date but then you get the gentle blow off

when you tell them you have MS.

A serious coder could make a killing creating a disabled dating website.

Good luck with your search anyway.

[/quote] HAVE YOU SEAN THE COST . TO JOIN A DISABALD DATING SITE ITS ABOUT £ 130 . A YEAR . LMAO AND THE FREE ONES FOR THE ERRMM NORMAL LOL …O

NICE PIC PHIL … YOU GOT WOT ? MS WOT S THAT ? … YOU CAN HEAR THEM RUN AWAY LOL . SO I GIVE UP YOU WIN X

Well never give up, you can do 1 month  months etc on Match, I never knew there was such a thing as a disabled dating website.

 

Shame MS society could not offer something like that.

Ok I've googled these such places and blimey alot seam really dodgy, but I found one and now curious so

seeing as nothing on TV I shall have a quick register. Not handy any money over though! evilLaugh

Ok tried disabilitymatch and after 20 mins on it I got HTTP Status 500 - internal error blah blah.

and the cost to go click click click then to realize the pool of people is limited its a bit of a rip off and the internal error

pay ya money and you get a down site.

 


 

Hi,

I'm Luisa, 36, widowed, in Aberdeen, 5'8, slim, pretty, own house, car, teeth, hair, sparkling personality, relatively intelligent, have MS.

I joined Match after my husband died, and went on several dates - I only went on one date with each guy because no matter how the date went or what they said about wanting to see me again, one date was as far as it went.  I gave it a year and now I've given up, I do not have the time or energy to meet these guys online, arrange to meet them, get myself all psyched up and ready for the date for there to be nothing after the first date.  Apart from being totally demoralising, I find it exhausting.  I do go out with my friends for drinks and dancing (well, for me, mainly sitting watching the dance floor), and the reaction of guys when we're out is interesting - I stay sober and drive most of the time (for all I would drink on a night out, it's not worth paying for a taxi), so I notice it maybe more than if I'd been drinking - they notice me, look a little interested, and then see my walking stick and don't bother.

This stupid disease has taken away so much from me, and given me nothing but problems, I hate it!  I've also noticed that the people who tell you that "the right person will come along when you're not looking/when you least expect it" are usually happily settled in their own relationships.  I found my "mr right" but he died.

Phil, you're not on your own.

Luisa

hello

 

Hi Phil,

 

Never give up on finding someone, it will come when you least expect it,like Luisa i was widowed,when i was 37,i was on my own for 4 years, and then met, my now other half,we have been together 12 years next april, he accepted me for who i was,and has been a great support ever since.Keep smiling Phil.

 

jaki  xx

Hi Janet, hope you have good times with your fella!

luv POllx