Top 10 Places To Meet a Man! *Chuckles*

Top 10 Places To Meet a Man! *Chuckles*


We love LOVE ku JC family and we celebrate it. While browsing through the internet I came across an article about few places to meet a man. Hahaha, so I thought let me share with bloggers who are in singleville. We want to hear a lot of congratulations this year. We love LOVE. 🙂


Meeting the opposite sex isn’t the easiest feat, especially when you work in a femme-heavy industry or any industry righSo, here are 10 tips to help you cross paths with Mr Bae according to All4women.


  1. Eat Out

Busy, single men don’t have time to cook. This is why they need a girlfriend! Just kidding. However, when they’re tired and hungry after work, they dine out at restaurants, and usually at the bar. If you want to meet a man, try a new restaurant at least once a week.

2. Join a gym

Gyms are places where all body-conscious men go to let off steam. If you meet a man at the gym, you can see what he really looks like when he’s all sweaty. If he looks good in gym clothes, he’ll look great in real clothes. People who work out are also much happier and more enjoyable to be around. (they’re a better partner to be with).

3. Pay attention to your pet

The sun is out (for now!) and love is in the air. Take advantage of the warm weather we’ve been experiencing. Give your dog some extra attention and go to the park. If you don’t have a dog, ask a friend if you can borrow theirs kikikiki, or join them and their furry friend at the park. Many men think of dogs as soul mates (who else better understands their zest for the simple things in life?) and will often frequent dog runs. If a man sees a cute woman walking a dog, he will most likely start a conversation with her.

4. Fix things

To me, a home improvement store is the worst place in the world. I would rather sit in an icebox and freeze than go to an oversized tool shed. But, guys consider it their inner handyman Mecca. Men love fixing and building things, so a Builders Warehouse type store is always filled with an array of manly men.

5. Start to love toys

Men love toys. The bigger the boat and the stronger the engine, the more powerful the guy may be. The same way women love fashion shows, guys love vehicle shows. Car and boat shows are places where single men are like a flock to a shepherd. If you attend a car or boat show, pick up on the finer things in life (um, Ferraris anyone?), while meeting a man to drive it.

6. Wash your car

Speaking of cars, most men love their four-wheelers and they like them to appear brand new. I’ve spent a significant amount of time at car washes (thanks to always dating men who are car lovers) and I’ve noticed that they were usually filled with men. Head to a car wash and remember that your car can never be too shiny!

7. Be tech-friendly

True or false? Men are into electronics. Men love technology and are always looking for new phones and exciting gadgets. If you want to meet a tech-friendly type of guy, just visit an Apple store!


8. Pick up a sport

Do you like tennis or golf? Well, start to love them both! Being active will boost your confidence and help you stay fit. Golf courses and tennis clubs are places that men go to with their friends. If you join one, you can improve your game, stay active, and meet new people.


9. Start reading

Reading is a great way to escape your day-to-day troubles. Go to a bookstore and kill two birds with one stone. You can find a book and a brand new man. Some men love to learn and are always looking for reading material. If you’re browsing the same aisle, you know you have something in common.

10. Get cultured

Go to a museum – depending on what type of art you enjoy, there are various types of exhibit you can view. If you meet a man at a museum, chances are he’s interesting and cultured. You can also brush up on some art history while looking for that prospective boyfriend or husband.

So bahlali do share where did you meet abuti Bae and hubby boo , let’s share tips to our singleville sisters

Source: All4women


By @ThatoMalau


  1. Any tips on how i can avoid gaining a lot of weight during pregnancy? Im 27weeks and have gained 20kg so far :'(

  2. I also can’t sLeep 🙁 drank Dragon ,body tired but mind alert.

    I need to recite all these 10 points! I am so done with hook ups:-/ what a disaster. LMAO! I will meet Bae the old fashion way,on the streets…Lord knows I miss butterflies and kisses.

    Try to eat healthy and don’t give in to your cravings and do pregnancy friendly exercises like swimming and walking. But if all fails,you can lose the weight post pregnancy.

  3. Kitty you need to have that weight gain investigated. It could be abnormal fluid retention, pregnancy induced diabetes, or another condition. Either way your total weight gain throughout your whole pregnancy shouldn’t really exceed 25kg and you are still a good few weeks from full term.

  4. Can I just off ramp…

    This is for Zama. I need to pick your brain. I’m giving someone a ride next week to get her viral load results. 3 months ago it was 200 something…. Questions
    1.What’s the likelihood of the results to be undetectable
    2. If it’s not undetectable what can I do to be supportive, I don’t want to stand there and say sorry

    And this is for anyone who is a Dr…
    This friend is pregnant and doesn’t have medical aid. What can she do to get an elective c section at a government hospital. We’ve been to 3 and the nurses weren’t very helpful. Can’t I pay a gynae but the c section happens at a government hospital. I’m willing to pay gynae fees but the private hospital stay is a little too much.

  5. This list ?????. I guess I know where to go if we don’t solve this current quarrel. But wait … I have previously done most of those except for loving toys and taking pet for a walk …didn’t bump into anyone or got a “hello-Nyana” and I don’t have a ring on my finger boo.

  6. @Nomi let us prosper wethu! We also want to ‘client’.

    @Miranda are you the original Miranda? Good to ‘see’ you.

    Has anyone bought shoes at Sole Candy? How is the quality? I saw the shop for the 1st time at Cresta, loved the shoes.

  7. Guys where do y’all buy hair? Besides aliexpress? Need it in the next few days, so local preferably.
    @MommyWaCroc elective c section is usually done for a reason, like maybe they already know the baby is too big or is breech, not on request (at least where I work)

  8. 1.What’s the likelihood of the results to be undetectable
    -She must use a condom everytime she has sex. *Hoping that she was doing this*
    -Take meds(ARVS) daily at the same time. If she chose 8pm, it must always be 8 pm.
    My little knowledge.

  9. hi MamaCroc
    your friend is very lucky to Have you. for the viral load to go below detactable level, few factors are at play and the most important of them all is ADHERENCE and of cos how long has she been on her ARVs. in short I can not speculate.

    I think you’re more than supportive from where I’m standing.
    Re: elective c-section, is she high risk?

  10. @MommyWaCroc government hospital don’t do c/section if there is no risks like bridge, pelvic disproportion or previous c/section.
    if her viral load is very high they might do a c/section to prevent transmission of the virus to the baby.

  11. Matebogo the c-section at public hospital will be very difficult if there is no valid reason. Even at private hospital it has become complicated if you are with GEMS (medical aid). They now make your Dr complete and sign some forms stating why you have to do a c-ntoz. If those forms are not signed and submitted to GEMS the patiant pays 10k cash. My Dr also told me that it is not easy to do a c-section at public hospitals because Drs are always available day and night they can be called anytime when a patiant is in labour, but with them at private , they do c-section because they go home in the afternoon and should there be an emergency they need to called from home and that might put the life of the patiant and baby at risk. That is why it seems like private hospital do c-section even when there is no need.
    In my case he said I could do natural but it means whenever I am in labour he must be available within 18 minutes to deliver the baby. So to avoid any risks of it happening while he is not available at the hospital we scheduled a date. If i was going to deliver at public hospital there would be no risks because Drs are always there. In short you need a very valid reason to have a c-section at a public hospital.

  12. “We want to hear a lot of congratulations this year. We love LOVE. ?”
    Hehehehehehehe You wanna bet Kiks?

  13. Ok…
    Thanks guys. This hiv thing nna really I’m not coping. Shes never been sick even a flu niks. Then when she went to the clinic they tested her, it came back positive and they gave her ARVs same day. Next month they put her on tb prevention meds and some vitamins that made her throw up. We went to Dischem to get different vitamins. The clinic gives her good feed back. I paid for 1 sonar about 2 months back. She has a book that even nurse or Dr must write in so the guy who did the sonar wrote in there and told her to show the nurses his comments. I’ve never read that book coz I think it personal but from what she says the baby is growing at a normal rate and all is well.
    I’ve never asked about how, when she takes her ARVs I don’t wanna seem nosey.
    All she said is shes scared to have normal birth and infect the baby. Can we get like a psychologist to talk to, maybe it will help her talk about things she can’t tell me. The way she freaks out when we talk about vaginal birth I worry that mentally she’ll shut down and not be able to deliver the baby

    MrLungile thanks. I’ll contact that Dr. There’s so much information on the net but I still feel clueless

  14. They are discussing Sithelo and Uyathandeka on twitter.

    Also saw them discussing dj Zinhle’a Mr. Bond. Apparently he is a manager of the new MMM. “You should be here.” Scamming is life. Toodles.

  15. Where is she based? If in Jo’burg she must go to Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital or Hillbrow Community Health Centre…very good with MTCT @Mommy.

    @MrLungile stop being pessimistic…we also want to hear good news from you that you are finally tying the knot.

    @Kiki is JustNje blocked?

  16. @Hamilton I think I’ll mention what you’re saying about Drs being available at a government hospital.

    Thanks again guys. I feel like I’m the one going for these results.

  17. Breastfeeding when HIV positive is the science my brain fails to believe. I know there are successful stories of HIV positive women who have done it and their babies are negative but I would never take a chance with my baby.

  18. I don’t believe in going to places to meet men, stop looking all together. Stay popping, go out, live your life and have strong filters (for the chance takers). o tlo bona, you will have dates on dates on dates. Oh and interesting conversations, just turn down the “I am looking” dial a notch.

  19. I’m not being pessimistic @Mathaz,im being realistic.Randomly click on any posts and you will be met with an outpouring of “moaning,groaning,whining,bitching” about relationship problems and more “moaning,groaning,whining,bitching” until midnight.What is truly astonishing is that 99% of those problems are due to “non-usage” of the brain which results in stupid decisions which results in the comment section being flooded with cries for help.Excuse me if i find Kiki over-ambitious with her expections.

  20. Happy Friday lovies

    I have done most of these yazi but dololo bae, ingxaki ikum shame.

    @ V. Becks my friend got her husband at the gym so nawe you might just. LOL.

    Miranda Jan 6, 2017 at 7:07 am

    @ BlackHalls. Yes, it’s me. It’s good to “see” you too?.

    @Miranda hi mami, I was actually thinking about you just last week. #bear hug

  21. @Mamac, HIV positive mommies are given a C/section, no questions asked. Doesnt matter your viral load. Government or Private Hospital..

  22. @Akariya me two I don’t blv that I’d rather Bottle feed just to be on the safe side from day 1….

  23. ??? @WhiteGirl, why are you lying to the masses? Ko province e feng? Definitely not where I work. Our c section rate is high yes, but that’s only coz we don’t offer VBAC. Imagine if we did c section on every HIV positive mother yho, that would be a lot.

  24. in Newcastle we have a hospital dedicated to women(gynae/obstetrics) and children(peads) only. I can safely say C-sections are not performed on every HIV + mothers. or rather every women unless they’re high risk.
    1. gestational diabetes
    2. hypertension
    3. cardiac disease
    4. foetal distress
    5. untreated sti(syphilis)warts and sores
    6. etc!
    in most cases theres no need to operate.
    @Ntombemhlophe your comment is misleading.

  25. Back to the post
    It will be always hard for me to find a bae because I dont give out my number. When you give it out you get shelad by whatsapp and that is annoying. Or else you get calls at night asking you qustions like what are you doing? whom are you with? Yhuuuu ngase uphendule umxelele uba ulungiselela uyothakatha thyini bawo.

  26. @Akariya nothing is more annoying as that, when I give a guy my number I always tell them not to blow my bloody phone up. it snot a public phone lol

  27. kwahahahah @Akariya soz’ujole wena.I find it disrespectful xa umntu engekakufowneli nokufownela abeseshela. Hehake siphi na apha?Even nase_Saxonworld kuyafonwa ngabakwaGupta bakubizele bucala tyhin thiza.

    After taking a number, I wait for a day or two and ask how you arrived at home etc (small talk) and that I am interested in spending some time with you over a drink or two. I just found you interesting. Its up to you if you wanna accept the offer for a date or not sazane kangcono.

    If they are not in the same town, I just converse nje and form a friendship, no need to shella moss umuntu ongekho in your town until nihlangane nazane kahle.

  28. @Akariya I am the same hey I don’t like giving out my number. the small talk really eeks me.
    I also don’t like ukushelwa Men lie maan so I just don’t have time for that.

  29. Happy New Year bahlali
    @MamaCroc, is your pregnant friend the one that wanted Khune’s baby?

  30. Hehehe @Minnie, I am so there! LOL!

    @Akariya, those late calls after 10PM are the reason why I always have my phone on silent. My family never calls me after 10 so I don’t see the reason why my sleep must be disturbed. Akhant

  31. –Happy Saving guys
    https: //yourfuturenow. co .za /your-savings-plan-for-2016/
    https: // yourfuturenow .co .za /wp-content /uploads /2016 /02/ 52-Week-Savings-Plan.pdf
    Lets STOP “Men are Trash” AG and do things for ourselves ..LOL

  32. I am the market…*clears throat *

    Two friends of mine tried hooking me up with some guys they know.

    Guy1. Hot MF,we did not even meet…he is info tall,skinny women RME

    Guy 2. He needs Mens’ Clinic.

    Guy 3. Married,separated from wife since September. Wife turns out to be my mum’s friend daughter

    I will find Bae on the streets.

  33. @Zeal and @Zamokuhle, I am guessing your comments are based on your experiences nokwazi kwenu. So was my comment, in the hospitals I worked at both private and provincial we did c/sections on every HIV positive woman.
    off course times have changed and things are now being done differently. But as far as i know,refer to my previous comment..

  34. And the annoying mixit language.

    Yhazi @Ntombewhite bendisonqena uphikisa. It’s my very first time hearing about what you are saying. Is your hospital here in SA?

  35. @Soccerbabe, no it’s a friend from home. That “friend” I haven’t heard from her in months and I wouldn’t offer to pay anything for her tjo! She can go open legs mos.
    This friend makes my heart bleed. While I was busy hoe’ing she was faithful to this thing that infected her. Now IT doesn’t want to pay damages. IT is not even south african. I wish someone powerful and influential can come by the club. I’ll offer him freebies for a year if he can destroy that guy… Make his life veeeeery painful

  36. This is sad when someone faithful gets infected with HIV 🙁

    @MaCroc how does your BaeCroc feel about you owning a gentle mans’ club?

    There is another maternity government hospital in Croesus *sp* near High Gate side and not far from Helen Joseph.