How Does a Prince Get the Word Out that He Needs a Princess Charming 2 Save Him?

@mythociate (15946)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
September 21, 2011 8:55pm CST
I might wonder how all those fairy-tale princesses got their 'Prince Charming's to find out about them; but let's focus on me, and how I'm locked in this dungeon. See, I'm really not; and if I acted like I am locked in a dungeon, I'd be taken away to a 'hospital.' The dungeon I AM in is more 'a dungeon of knowing that I'm eternally trapped on this little blip of existence, doomed to be nothing but "another brick in the wall" unless Princess Charming rescues me by continuing our lives forever through our children.' And I CAN'T do the 'active man'-thing and Go out and find a girl & Take her out to dinner and the movies & Buy her expensive things & Woo her to be my bride & Provide for the family etc.... I NEED HER to do all that (or at least the first few things, heavily-support me while I do those last things). And I'm cool-with having to spend eternity single-and-free (never-minding the destruction of the planet and the favor that society shows to those of us who are chained-&-weighed-down) ... which I'm sure is bad for me and bad for you, but what am I supposed to do?
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• United States
22 Sep 11
Hmm, I don't know anyone in your area I can recommend and with your limitations I am not sure how to go about it other then saying that maybe a dating site might work for you. However, keep in mind that there are many on their who may not be on the up and up so prepare to perhaps be disappointed and or lucky per chance. With the limitations you describe, I think that if you start out slow on a dating site, keeping all options open you might just be blessed with your princess.
@mythociate (15946)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
22 Sep 11
Most dating-sites are not usable without "money" (not real money, but rather "credit" ... I suppose that is 'real money' nowadays---literally (& etymologically) "the power to come into ownership of things others manufacture"; but ... uh-oh! my _acker-type brain is scorning me for not coming up with a shortcut for that ages ago ) But no, the dating-sites pretty-much condone and promote the 'pay for your living'-philosophy the market- and industrial-world force upon the true, romantic world. That's why I'm against most Quid pro Quo-thought: because most of it doesn't build in space for those of us who win by losing ... oh well Do you know of any dating-sites that are 'if you're on the Internet'-free?
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• United States
23 Sep 11
I have not looked at them in years. Isn't match.com still up and running? If so, though I have not used them I believe they are free.
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@mythociate (15946)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
27 Sep 11
Oh, they all START OUT free; but you gotta PAY if you want to READ any of the messages 'people' (might be human, might be computer-generated) send you!
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