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02-Jun-2020 04:07

as a matter of fact, you might want to actually use those words to describe what you're looking for in a partner, if you're not already.

i, for one, would welcome with open arms a LTR with a man who was around only 50% of the time.

lol So do something about it, if someone is going to judge you for your career, guess what??? Quote: I would like dating a trucker, that way I wouldn't have him around 24/7.: Quote Nice one!! My partner works on the oil rigs and is away for months at a time. Without trust you have no relationship and no HOPE of establishing one. I think he and I were both lucky that he fell and broke a bone right when we started dating.

Be mindful OP of the separation and if you can trust each other. It would have been very difficult to get a relationship started if he'd been working his normal "schedule" (if you can call it that) and I imagine that will be a big challenge for you.

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lol Or maybe you get on of those decals on your windshield which says,"' No Lot Lizards" might help your girl back home easy her fears...lolimo, your 25,wtf!

Methink when your over 30 or so you might rethink in finding a woman if you are still otr and it's responsibilities in such as job is and in being away.imo,your profession is what it is.

I was a local union driver and never was into the otr thingy.

Only thing I seen about semi drivers is they can be wreckless at times in the big ole rigs.

That dont aplly to all of them but, I drive up north on I-74 alot and those semi's are pretty dicey on that road.

lol Or maybe you get on of those decals on your windshield which says,"' No Lot Lizards" might help your girl back home easy her fears...lolimo, your 25,wtf!Methink when your over 30 or so you might rethink in finding a woman if you are still otr and it's responsibilities in such as job is and in being away.imo,your profession is what it is.I was a local union driver and never was into the otr thingy.Only thing I seen about semi drivers is they can be wreckless at times in the big ole rigs.That dont aplly to all of them but, I drive up north on I-74 alot and those semi's are pretty dicey on that road.I am a student so I guess you know what that means.