My daughter lives in Norwich - she's only 19 and moved up with her boyfriend - we kept thinking she'd come back but she has been there since August last year. She loves it but gets lonely. As we all know its easy to meet people but harder to become friends. She told me this week no one has still asked her to go to their house and she hasn't asked any one round. people are so insular now -
I love it up there - really beautiful. when the sun newspapers do their cheapie holidays I book the Caister Havens and its great, right on the beach, near to Great Yarmouth which has been re-generated and 15 minutes from my beloved daughter
so which supermarket do you go to Chris? And what do you look for when you are flirting in the aisles???
Myself I like a man laden down with sweets and biscuits
Yes - more gags - post them on the non-divorce part and we can access them there
Norwich is a fantastic place to live - its a nice area, its clean and safe, theres lots to do and its surrounded by countryside, its fantastic!
The downside is that people can be really hard to get to know round here - not much smiling or eye contact in case someone gets offended... Its crazy!
lol, I used to holiday at caister haven, my mum owned a caravan there! was fantastic fun, took a girlfriend or two there in my younger days - hey, I knew how to show a girl a good time!
well, should I admit to being an ASDA price man, or go with the better class image of Sainsburys? And I'd have no idea how to flirt in the isles, what do you say? Whats shopping flirting technique? And how fussy can you be when shopping? I'd like to order a nice girl who enjoys cooking, maybe I should hang around the spices....
I did get chatted up by one of the shop assistants on a night out when she recognised me from shopping, unfortunately it was before I split so I told her I was sorry but I was married... These things never happen at the right time!
I was in a relationship for eight years, and been seperated five months - that whole chatting up thing seems a scary option for the future!