Well, I'm so bad with meeting other people, I can barely find the words while hiding behind the anonymity of the internet. I'm sure the entirety of this message will have taken me a good 15 minutes to type. In a nutshell I'm 28 years old, I live with my cat in my own place, I have few friends, 2 to be exact. Haven't had a girlfriend in 5 years, has it been that long already? One of my friends came by today, we watched a movie and then he left abruptly. Not before he had to rub it in that he ran into yet another person that he's going to go out on a date with. Well I guess he wasn't really rubbing it in, my friends actually think I like being alone. I'm very shy around strangers despite my somewhat intimidating presence, I have to meet people several times before I'll actually talk to them in person. Well I decided to join this group after my friend left and I sat wondering if this is as good as it gets. I know going out and meeting people is how it works, but I don't really like to do all that stuff, I quit drinking some years ago and I can't stand cigarette smoke, so I don't go hang out at bars with my friends, which in turn leaves them to believe I don't want to hang out with them. It's not like I don't go out and do things, I do plenty, but I'm not counting on meeting anyone at a pickup hockey game at the ice arena, or running through the park trails, what's worse, I won't even be able to do those things once I go to get whatever is floating around inside my knee removed, the doctors think it's a bone chip from my kneecap. Then there's work, well I work alone, enough said.
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