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Is the 'Waiting Game' Old-fashioned?

Is the "waiting" game "old fashioned"

I am beginning to wonder why our youth no longer exercise patience any longer these days, especially when it comes to the issue of relationships. These days a guy or lady wants to get attached at all costs. If we can exercise patience and wait till the right person comes along, I think the world will be a better place to live in.

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Mr destiny, it is now our destiny to forfeit waiting games

its such a big puzzle

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Waiting for who?

Are you 15, called Mary and a virgin?

If you are not, join the queue.

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Right on Sea~Goddes

Those dayz are truly gone.

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I don't think it is ooo

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life is 2oo short 2 be waiting 4 opportunities

when da chance comes GRAB IT

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I certainly do not consider it old fashioned, neither does my holy bible.

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it really is not old fashioned, but you have to stick your bosoms out a bit for someone to have look at some nice natural endownment and decide to wait no more.

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Nah!!Its no old fashion......one needs to be patient to get mr./miss right cos if u rush into marriage,u're definitely gonna rush out,aiite?? SO IT AINT OLD FASHION.

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nah...it ain't old-fashioned

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The waiting game is certainly not old fashioned. I av friends that are waiting, some already married, as virgins. So it is not old fashioned. The bible is not old fashioned is it?

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I think you're right. There is a lot of pressure put on people to be attached and in a relationship. Even I would like to be in a relationship but at the same time I appreciate that rushing into one is not the right plan so I have been "waiting" for years now. I would rather be single than be in a crappy relationship.

Hmm, it depends on how you define waiting.

I'm almost 26 and I'm waiting for the right person to come along, but not in the sense of sitting around doing nothing. I'm trying to establish a career and save for my future, regardless of whether I end up spending it alone or with a man.

So, I'm an advocate of waiting, but not waiting and doing nothing, if that makes sense.

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