I think though these men looking for sex should look up the word "fun" and see what it actually means.with the fact that this is a free dating site,they don't have to pay to look for sex..
Going to a comedy club - Having a few drinks at a local watering hole while getting to know one another - Going to an amusement park - Having dinner & then going to a movie = FUN!
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That's called dating and eventually if the fun continues and becomes exclusive, sex might actually be involved - imagine that. I've seen plenty of women put "fun" in their profile, and they are talking about wanting to go out, go dancing, go drinking, socialize, do something other than sit at home.
Why put "fun" in your profile if you don't mean sex?
If people have written in their profile HOW they like to have fun, i've no problem with that, but when their profile a two-line description which effectively reads "i like to have fun, IM me to find out" IMO it speaks volumes about themselves that they are letting their profile pic do most of the talking and the kind of fun they're talking about requires no further explanation.
For men fun means - get your knickers off love, and I will tell you if I like you tomorrow.
Don’t be alarmed though - they flirt just the same!
The thing is, in America there’s a whole "dating culture" and people go on "dates" whilst in the UK you’re more likely to simply hang out, be it alone, or with friends.
Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date.
As far as I can remember, I’d been here for about a month when a stranger asked me the question. Whilst there are many niche dating sites focusing on one nationality or other, we prefer to keep our gates open to all. As we’re a global brand (a British American dating site really, with various brands under our umbrella) we have an American dating site for British expats, as well as other nationalities in the US too.
You have to be a little more descriptive than that if you want to find someone who's wanting to do what you'd think is fun though.about time this was posted.
has been a pet hate of mine for a while, people with profiles that say "i like to have fun" or "am looking for some fun", "fun times, good times", etc. I haven't met a person yet who says they like doing things they hate! Fun as in going to the zoo and feeding the animals, fun as in watching a good movie, or fun as in something a bit more adult and risque?
What drives me up the walls is when people use "I like to have fun" as a stand in for describing what they actually like to do.