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EU Students. Further information. News forums. Entertainment forums. Other interests. Home […] Forums Life and style Relationships. If you don't want to settle down, why? Confused about Clearing? Go to first unread. Skip to :. Useful links: 1 5. Report Thread starter 7 years ago 1. Inspired by a thread with people saying they don't want to settle down until later because they have "stuff to do", or they want to sleep with a lot of people which I don't get.

I'm curious to hear people's reasons 1 What exactly are you missing out on by settling down? Not a criticism, I don't get the point of view and am interested in responses. Not what you're looking for? Anonymous Coward Badges: 2. Report 7 years ago 2. Le Nombre Badges: Report 7 years ago 3. As my mate eloquently put it 'I want to be able to work ungodly hours and I want to be able to shag lots of girls'. I personally do, but that was his reasoning.

Report Thread starter 7 years ago 4. Original post by Anonymous Coward You kind of answered your own questions. Nope, they just want to sleep with a lot of people. Report 7 years ago Wanting to settle down not. I feel sorry for people who tell me never want to settle down because they say they will get bored of one person; I just imagine them in their 40's sitting at a bar sucking on a cigarette, pouring a lager down their necks wondering why the lays are drying up and why nobody seems to really listen to or care about them anymore.

I think it is good to work hard, especially when you are young, but even then, the reason is so that you can have a better life in the future rather than for the sake of working itself. Jebedee Badges: Report 7 years ago 6. That's the only reason people have for not wanting to settle down? In that case 1 Why do you want to sleep with a lot of people?

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What does sleeping with people do for you that sleeping with 1 can't? Welsh Bluebird Badges: 3. Report 7 years ago 7. Report 7 years ago 8. There is absolutely no way I will meet someone I will like enough to spend a lot of time with.

I hate not being able to do what I want, when I want and I refuse to compromise on this. Firure Badges: Report 7 years ago 9. ArtGoblin Badges: Report 7 years ago It doesn't look like it's worth the effort to me. You have to dedicate a lot of time and emotional energy into a relationship which I don't feel the need to do as I am very happy on my own.

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I don't know what a partner could add to my life - the only times I ever wish I was in a relationship are in situations where everyone else is in couples and that's not a good enough reason for me to sacrifice the rest of my time for. I'm sure it would be different if I met someone who I actually wanted to be with all the time but so far that's only happened once and I didn't want to have sex with him.

I feel no need to go out and look for something that's not missing from my life. LightBlueSoldier Badges: My friends think I actually have some kind of phobia of relationships. Being able to do whatever I want. I just haven't met anyone I'd like to spend lo of my time with, and if I wanted to do something without my boyfriend and he wanted to meet up, there's a good chance they'd get ratty with me.

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Whatever I want. At the moment I'm not really doing much, granted, but I want to leave uni without worrying about how to maintain a relationship if I decide to disappear to Edinburgh and they want to go to London, or whatever. When I'm studying I quite literally have my head up my ass, I would be a very frustrating girlfriend. My friend gets annoyed with her boyfriend for not texting her enough or not replying to her texts, I'm really dippy when it comes to texts, I read them and go "Ha.

So I'd be awful to keep in contact with. But mainly, I haven't met anyone I'd actually like to be in a relationship with.

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There's a guy I fancy but I don't think he sees me that way so that's cool. I don't like him enough to date him, or at least I don't think I do. Original post by yo radical one I feel sorry for people who tell me never want to settle down because they say they will get bored of one person; I just imagine them in their 40's sitting at a bar sucking on a cigarette, pouring a lager down their necks wondering why the lays are drying up and why nobody seems to really listen to or care about them anymore.

Report Thread starter 7 years ago Original post by pane There is absolutely no way I will meet someone I will like enough to spend a lot of time with. Original post by ArtGoblin It doesn't look like it's worth the effort to me. Why should I? There is no reason to. I want to get filthy rich, travel the world and serve my country.

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