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Old 01-04-2010, 10:22 PM
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Sounds like you are near my hometown, nice part of ontario. I don't know how poly the area is, but in my teenage years it was a very open minded hippy town. Probably the greatest thing my wife and I miss about it.
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Old 01-04-2010, 10:38 PM
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Kitchener is becoming more and more open, slowly, the way it should be.

We now have our own Pride Day without having to share with Toronto. No parade or anything, yet, but there is a day in Victoria Park with music, food, auction, vendors, Miss Drew (our very own Drag Queen ). It's a fun day out.

The local poly group--kwpolyfolk in the yahoo groups--isn't very active YET but we are working on making it so.

For active poly stuff we have to go to Toronto where there's a meet up each Monday night..

What neck of the woods might you be, any way?

London's also got a poly group but it's sort of melded with the KW one.

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Old 01-04-2010, 11:01 PM
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Welcome to the forums! Sorry about the cold...I was fortunate enough to go for a nice relaxing motorbike ride with friends yesterday LOL! Not all of Canada is cold luckily
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Old 01-04-2010, 11:03 PM
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Ahh good ole KW...I am actually from Guelph, lived there 24 years before moving out west to BC. I spent a lot of time in London and Kitchener (as well as Hamilton) having some good times.

Guelph was a pretty open town when I was there, kind of had to be with almost 7 to 1 Girl to Guy ratio when school was in. Hillside festival always made for some interestng times. Met my Wife in town and flew out West to be with her

Where I live now is a very young town (18 to 25 is the average age and they tend to only live here for 6 to 12 months), so to be a practicing poly can be tough, there definitely aren't any groups for this location. Vancouver has an active scene, but at almost 2 hours away, makes it a chore to travel down sometimes.

Nice to meet you and good luck with the yuk yuk idea. I know Guelph for a while had a roaming yuk yuks roll through 2 or 3 times a week when I was younger. Seemed to do ok back then
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Old 01-04-2010, 11:06 PM
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You can keep the motorbike ride, it's not my cuppa. I need a roof and 'walls' around me, lol. My days of enjoying the wind NOT blowing through my hair are long gone, lol.

I would LOVE to live somewhere where you don't need to dress like an eskimo just to go to the corner store for 4L of milk! Of course, that's why Canucks have children isn't it? So the kids can go to the store while the parents stay home nice & warm!!!! lmao

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Old 01-04-2010, 11:16 PM
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Hmmmmm, a roving Yuk Yuks, unique idea . I'll have to run that past him. His first response, after asking me how he'd manage to cook, would be "& you'll do the driving, right?" lol


The man has no self confidence when driving. That COULD stem from the fact that he hardly ever gets to, lol Not having a vehicle sucks big time!
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:28 AM
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You can keep the motorbike ride, it's not my cuppa. I need a roof and 'walls' around me, lol. My days of enjoying the wind NOT blowing through my hair are long gone, lol.

I would LOVE to live somewhere where you don't need to dress like an eskimo just to go to the corner store for 4L of milk! Of course, that's why Canucks have children isn't it? So the kids can go to the store while the parents stay home nice & warm!!!! lmao

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Old 01-06-2010, 11:29 AM
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Hi, Robin

I am 43 as well. I'm open to bi, although I prefer women, so I'd be very picky on that one. I can be kinky too, with the right person, or at least have kinky fantasies otherwise. .

I am extremely new to this, but it's something I've wanted for quite awhile now. (I'll write more about that later.) I'm interested in starting out as friends, and then seeing where things will go from there, if there is a mutual interest in anything beyond that. I am living with my fiancee, who I will write more about later as well. We've been living together for a little over 6 years.
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Old 01-07-2010, 12:31 AM
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Well hello there.

I'm not currently looking for another male partner but thank you . I am, however, always looking for friends of any type, gender, etc.

Anyone please feel free to leave me a message if you like. I will respond when I have a few minutes to do so.

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