'I gave him a hug and said "you did brilliant last week in the arena" and he replied saying "thank you", he was really nice.'But I noticed his clothes didn't look in a good condition and still dirty and I asked him "do you still need money?Before telling you about the mistakes expats often make when dating a Dutch man, here’s a story about an incident in Amsterdam.
Seek out your veteran's representative, and tell them your situation. If your situation is infact true, then spend less time on dating sites and more time looking for a home. Hate to be harsh bud, but your priorities are messed up big. Focus on getting your act in gear...a job, get a home/apartment...figure your life out before you go looking for romance.
In time, yu will have your life in order, and some sort of stability . Hate to be harsh bud, but your priorities are messed up big. If this is a fake situation, then shame on you for using someone elses hardships to poke fun at. Seriously, I don't see how you could think about dating when you obviously have much bigger issues to worry about ie shelter! Well given the responses from the ladies, it is clear that no job means no date! I'm just curious, if OP was a female, would his situation be more socially acceptable. No you ladies ought not be so hard on the poor thing...
A homeless man who risked his life to help people caught up in the Manchester Arena attack has been reunited with his mother - but he's still living on the streets despite £50,000 being raised to help him.
Chris Parker, 33, was in the foyer area of the arena - just yards from where Salman Abedi detonated a bomb which killed 22 people.
I only give money to people selling Real Change and homeless shelters.