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  • adj. Alternative form of undatable.


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  • Coyle, who is divorced, explains the reasoning behind "undateable" behavior with a story from her own recent dating life. Latest stories

  • If you risk losing friends and loved ones when you reveal your HIV status, and you potentially mark yourself as "undateable," it stands to reason that many people may not disclose their status because they don't want to isolate themselves from love and support.

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  • Inevitably pj's are sodden with symbolism of the kind that we might like to forget — Tennessee Williams's testosterone-fueled Stanley, Evelyn Waugh's buffoonish war hack Boot and, a little lower down the literary food chain, the angst-ridden, undateable Bridget Jones.

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  • Although still, I'm not the best person to ask for help here - I'm perpetually undateable and have no experience with boys.

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  • Seriously, I have the mind of a boy, crazily old fashioned (yuck yuck grr facebook - NEVER), and am just undateable.

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  • To sum up, you remind me and a whole lot of other people why we are undateable in the first place, and you do it by celebrating and spotlighting the people who are.

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  • The Briffa 1992 version had a very low 11th century based on only a couple of short cores which I believe to be either undateable or misdated.

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  • This is the type of thing that could only happen to someone as undateable as me.


  • So by worrying about what skin you put on your media player, you implicitly show others that you belong to one of the two above types, and that you are basically undateable material. Top headlines

  • It is a WINDOWS MOBILE and also undateable to 6.5.


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