This is where the fun begins (with this, that & a bit of the other...).
Dang, ALREADY lowering the tone. But innuendo aside (must come from an excess of Carry On films [Ooh Matron!], Frankie Howerd [Ooh Err Missus!], etc), none of us know who we're gonna meet (or where, or when, or how...). So I say; why not try FreeDating.co.uk?
As indicated above, @ this time casual or serious are in contention (friendship's fine 'n all for sure; but to be honest, my goal is for something more substantial. Additionally of course, any of these can flow naturally from 1 into another, should we be experiencing smooth sailin'...). It's all good...I'm just chilling with the possibilities.
I say; why be in too much of a hurry, to be too strict with such distinctions? If it feels right, if we're enjoying ourselves & what we're doing (& how we're doing it...), then surely that's the most important thing.
Right, anything else for now; hmm...how about some shows I've caught, @ Yeovil's Octagon Theatre (OT) & Westlands (W):
> 'Allo 'Allo (OT, April '19)
> Dad's Army: Project Play (OT, July '21)
> Crimes In Egypt (OT, Sept '21)
> Steve Steinman's Anything For Love: The Meat Loaf Story (OT, Sept '21)
> An Audience With Lesley Garrett (OT, Oct '21)
> Ian Ashpitel & Jonty Stephens As Eric & Ern (OT, Oct '21)
> The Cat And The Canary (OT, Oct '21)
> Rat Pack Live (OT, Nov '21)
> Sh*t Faced Shakespeare: Romeo And Juliet (OT, Nov '21)
> Paul Zerdin: Hands Free (OT, Nov '21)
> The Power Ballad Show (W, Nov '21)
> The Classic Rock Show 2022 (OT, Jan '22)
> Crimes, Camera, Action (OT, Feb '22)
> Ross Noble: Humournoid (OT, Feb '22)
> An Evening Shared With Jasper Carrott & Alistair McGowan (OT, March '22)
(Prior to Dad's Army, Project Play were the same geniuses behind 'Allo 'Allo & also The Vicar of Dibley stage productions)
This list ain't exhaustive (doesn't include London, etc, for instance...); so what shows float your boat? What do you enjoy @ the theatre (& elsewhere)?
Digressing somewhat, on an orange juice bottle top (yeah; orange juice. Yeah, I know; rock 'n roll!) I noted these words:
> "Let Curiosity Be Your Compass, And Courage Your Sail"
I ended up keeping the bottle top, as can happen with such odds-&-sods. That sure is a damn fine phrase, I reckon...why not let me know how it resonates for you.
To close (& perhaps in the spirit of au revoir, rather than a simple goodbye...):
> Here's to the future...
> ...To that untrodden path (by the way, I really do enjoy a good [urban/country/coastal] stroll, where I can keep it up [ie: the walking of course, for miles]). Care to join me for the walkabout?
> ...To that unknown highway. Care to join me for the ride?
**PS** Re my profile photo; sorry to disappoint, but I'm NOT a filthy rich (yet...) "eccentric" aristocrat slumming it 'ere in Yeovil (nothing particularly wrong with the town, I should add!), with that imposing front doorway (attached to an equally imposing mansion) behind being my main "pad". Nope, it became part of an early-'21 poignantly-awesome Nottingham road trip...
**PPS** Alright, "eccentric" MIGHT be more on-target.
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