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Possibly never to love again- and it's just as well.

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Re: Possibly never to love again- and it's just as well.

Post by El_Caudillo » January 25th, 2017, 6:04 am

I understand that with age the desire to get married it going to get less. What about in your case, Ladislav, the desire to travel around and learn new things. Do you think that will slow down too, and you'll just be hanging out in a nika hut in the Philippines or will the adventures continue until you are seventy and beyond?
Even Billy knows that, just ask Mr S!

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