At this point your only option IMO is to take a good look in the mirror and start using your brains.
“I met Jason in November 1991 in Waterstones in Bath, where I lived.
AT this point, its the only option I have left How offensive.
"Even" Homeless people do not need to be patronised and treated as a social project. Perhaps they actually don't want some snooty cow coming to bestow her favours upon them and are above being bought....
I spotted Jason reading on the floor in the self-help section, wearing a beige woolly jumper with long hair in a pony tail.
There was a wild look about him that caught my eye.
I'm sure you know more about his situation than we do, and if not, ask. I don't think homelessness is a reason to count him out if you feel you two have a connection.According to Joe, his only responsibility is to not look homeless. Joe spends whatever money he makes on keeping his appearance up, in addition to copious amounts of drugs and booze, with one goal in mind: attract as many girls as possible.For Joe, sleeping with a lady is his only chance at sleeping with a roof over his head.So i went on a few dates with a guy, whom is rather young which made me question dating him to begin with he's 19 i'm late 20's but he's very suave, and mature so i let my guard down a little and remembered i was that age once and that the age gap wasn't that bad..Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!You might have to get them out of your backside where the rest of your ego is obviously stuck too.... "Even" Homeless people do not need to be patronised and treated as a social project. Perhaps they actually don't want some snooty cow coming to bestow her favours upon them and are above being bought....Being Homeless does not mean you are toy for someone to experiment on. How demeaning to people who often have lost everything through no fault of their own and need respect and no to be condescended to. Hopefully this post is just trolling and pure nonsense , if it isn't then I hope you get turned down for your condescending attitude. If you meet someone that might be a possible partner, it's only natural to want them to have a nice house and everything that goes with it.Still, there was something about him that got me hooked, confirmed when he walked me home and hugged me goodbye.If you were homeless, could you still pick up chicks?Meet Joe, the homeless Millennial who has mastered the art of getting women to take him home with them.But, you should figure out the reason he is homeless and judge whether or not it's a good one or a bad one.I'd also maybe be careful since, he may want to move in with you or trying to find anyone with a place to stay.Times are tough for people and who knows what his situation was that lead him to that point. Look at him for who he is, not how his situation is at the moment. Well, it could be because he is "irresponsible, a bad person, or making poor life choices" but it doesn't mean he is.