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I met M on the site about 2 years ago and we are now about to move in together. I keep recommending people to OD as it's been fantastic and I've loved being part of the 'family'.Thank you for everything.Vee
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I have found someone and we are getting along very well. I am pleased I heard about your Site from a friend as I consider it to be a good genuine site for finding someone compatible. Many thanks
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RuthieA   on 01/06/17 @ 18:53 said:

Welcome yo OD Alan. You seem to have mastered the forum..you have just started your own thread!! You can access the threads other members have started, basically a topic of conversation, and comment or just have a nosey to get a feel of the site. If you have a look at the invitations sections you can see if snything takes your fancy and let the organiser know if you are hoing to attend. Hope this helps.

womble   on 01/06/17 @ 19:03 said:

A thread is a topic of conversation; start one or join in an existing one. Sometimes it's just a bit of fun, sometimes it's something really serious like arranging the food for a weekend gathering! As long as it doesn't cause hurt or offence, it's appropriate. Welcome to OD.

Philtheetiler   on 01/06/17 @ 19:12 said:

womble: On the subject of food for weekends, Everyone sends their thanks for your Dartmoor breakfast contribution.
And welcome Alan

AtaLooseEnd   on 02/06/17 @ 0:13 said:

Ah, I see! (I think!) Thank you

womble   on 02/06/17 @ 7:00 said:

Philtheetiler: And thank you, Phil, for driving for miles at the crack of dawn to pick it up!

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