hmmm, I could probably rant on about this myself all day but shall leave it there..now. I've had the "we should meet for a drink after work" thing a few times, which is pretty casual and fine with me but I get the feeling we're all drifting, rudderless, in a sea of confusion. I've long since held the belief that Kiwis, in general, don't know how to date.
Bring on the singles revolution, complete with proper dating! In the traditional Americanised sense that I subscribe to, dating is a vastly different animal to what it is here in NZ.
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Got to take a breather for now, reconciling with an old flame I found here.
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