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oregoncouple 05-06-2012 03:49 AM

Eastern Oregon couple looking for a single woman
 
We are a young family in our early 30's looking for another woman to have some fun with and maybe someday share the rest our lives with us. We live in eastern oregon and because of work obligations it is not possible for us to relocate. We have two wonderful children and two great danes so caring for dogs and kids is a must if you are intrested we would love to hear from you

DJandBri 03-15-2013 05:34 AM

Have you have any luck yet ?=]

niceinjeans 03-15-2013 01:04 PM

just an idea
 
Why don't you two couples get together and see about creating two triads (if that's all you're seeking) out of the two couples. Obviously, everyone would have to be compatible, etc, etc, but a scenario like that should be easier to find (at least in theory).

NIJ

oregoncouple 03-28-2013 04:58 PM

We have not had any luck it is hard to find what we are looking for in this side of our state

Natja 03-28-2013 10:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oregoncouple (Post 193447)
We have not had any luck it is hard to find what we are looking for in this side of our state

It is not your location, it is just most bisexual women don't want that. You should consider niceinjeans idea, it is much more realistic.

nycindie 03-31-2013 02:16 AM

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Originally Posted by oregoncouple (Post 135084)
We are a young family in our early 30's looking for another woman to have some fun with . . . We have two wonderful children and two great danes so caring for dogs and kids is a must

Sounds like you really want a live-in nanny/housekeeper/dog-walker that you also get to have sex with. No wonder you're not having any luck finding someone.

clark25c 03-31-2013 04:09 PM

Nycindie- Caring for as in liking kids and dogs, not taking over all responsibilty for the kids and dogs. And if it turned into something long term, than obviously that person would need to get along well with the whole family, and that includes kids and pets.

You could try being more respectful.

BoringGuy 03-31-2013 05:55 PM

If they meant "liking" they could have said "must like kids and dogs" or "must be child/dog friendly". It is a peculiar choice of words because that is typically not how people speak: "caring for [whatever] is a must". It sounds like a job description: "must have own equipment and transportation" "must be available weekends and evenings" "must be able to lift at least 50 pounds".

Just an odd way of phrasing it when you are trying to start a relationship with someone you haven't even met yet.

Natja 03-31-2013 06:02 PM

I thought that also BG, it is the phraseology that stumps me, the caring for thing does sound more like a job (as in position of authority Clark25c) than liking, either or, I am not too certain you are in a position to answer for the OP, not specifically knowing what they meant when they used the phrase, since they haven't bothered to come back to update in any way.

clark25c 03-31-2013 11:30 PM

I answered because I've spoken to them before and I know that it wasn't meant to be a job description.


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