When you think strength, determination, and bravery, what profession come to mind? Firefighter men and women have traits that make them great partners, but they also know how to relax and have fun.
If you are a member of this important profession, or if you are an admirer of the men and women who risk their lives to help others, Firefighter is the place for you.
However, once you peel back the stereotypes you will soon realise that it’s a job like any other with its own unique dating challenges.
With that in mind, what do you need to know if you’re looking do date a fireman?
As with so many fetishes, it was born of my reaction to a single human being: a certain Baby Fireman who contacted me via the Internet personals a while back. MK: Are there any topics of conversation that firemen find especially interesting? Sure, it's true that we don't work the same kind of hours as some other people, but we also go to a lot of funerals, and visit a lot of guys we know in the hospital. But most firemen like to have fun, so they like women who can hold their own in conversation: who are capable of joking around, busting their chops, pushing back a little. MK: How about I send the bill to the Fire Commissioner, and we'll call it even? F: Also, firemen like women who know how to empathize--good listeners. Please let me know what happens if you do.xxx(ps--commenters: everyone had good points about the cheating business.
Could your true firefighter match be living right next door? There's no reason to leave that to chance: reach out and meet firefighter singles who look at life the same way you do.
Whether it's late-night calls or putting yourself in harm's way to protect others, your profession means you need a match who understands why you love what you do. Between all of your duties and responsibilities, finding the right partner can sometimes take a backseat.
We make it easy to manage both the job you love and your dating life.
A coroner’s inquest into the death of Point Edward volunteer firefighter Gary Kendall, seven years ago, is set to begin May 9 in Toronto.
The 51-year-old veteran firefighter died on January 30, 2010 during firefighter cold water rescue training on the St. The regional supervising coroner for the West Region, Dr.