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So, when I found out that there is going to be a FIREMAN CHARITY RAFFLE in Brooklyn Thursday night, it seemed like a perfect opportunity for me to infiltrate the ranks, posing as an innocent member of the press, and get the inside scoop on how to seduce firemen. When the weather's nice, they're often hanging around outside. I mean, when I go jogging, I often run past the fire house around the corner from me, and seeing all those big strong dudes standing around with their arms crossed--it can be intimidating! I mean, do you say "Excuse me, but might I be able to slide down your pole? F: I tell you what: If you have a nephew, bring him by the firehouse, and say, "This little guy loves the trucks--can he get a tour? I don't have a nephew, but I can't wait to find a small child to use as a pawn. F.: Well, we do like the idea of being the knights in shining armor. And if you fall, you better believe we'd be coming to get you.
After getting the event's firefighting spokesperson on the phone, I was able to, er, grill him about how we ladies can cause flames to rise in the hearts of the brave men who know a thing or two about ... And also about how we can find firemen who might save us from our otherwise lackluster love lives. An especially good time is when there's a change of tour: when some guys are getting off and their replacements are just statrting. " The firemen will be happy to show him around, and that'll be a good way to meet them. MK: I've been thinking that the next time I go jogging I should fall down and pretend to sprain my ankle in front of the firehouse. But what might be easier is just stopping by with cookies or a cake, saying you baked the stuff because you wanted to thank the guys for the work they do.
Though he was A LOT younger than I am, I decided to go out with him because he looked so hot in his pictures (kind of like an anime hero), and I could tell from what he wrote that he was exceptionally smart and quite funny to boot. MK: Is there a certain type of female who is especially appealing to a fireman? If you're willing to have fun, that's more important than looks, to tell you the truth. We're supposed to be tough guys, and to pretend the stuff we do doesn't scare us. F.: I feel like I should give your readers fair warning: If you date a fireman, he's not going to want to stay home with you, watching a movie.
Plus, I figured that, if nothing else, I'd have something to blog about. But seriously, go to any watering hole that's close to a firehouse and ask if it's a firemen hang-out. But sometimes it does, and sometimes your best friends die. We like to go out a lot, have fun, go to bars, be with our buddies.
What should you say if you run into a fireman at a bar? F.: Say, "I figured you were a fireman because you looked so strong." Act impressed--we eat that up! I mean, all that gear you have to wear--how much does that weigh? F.: When we're all suited up, with our masks and tools and the helmet, we've got on about 115 pounds. F.: We don't like jokes about how much time off we have. F.: Being able to hold your liquor--that's also a good thing. If my drink costs .50, I don't want hers to cost --unless we're going Dutch. F.: Come by the firehouse any time and we'll make it happen.
Not entirely my style--but for firemen, maybe I can compromise. F.: To tell you the truth, Maura, I'd prefer it if the girl ordered a Budweiser.
As the police had the building surrounded, our truck company was dispatched to “assist law enforcement.” When we arrived, our company officer was advised that they needed us to raise our tower ladder to go up and get the crook.
For example, PTSD and depression rates among firefighters and police officers have been found to be as much as 5 times higher than the rates within the civilian population, which causes these first responders to commit suicide at a considerably higher rate (firefighters: 18/100,000; police officers: 17/100,000; general population 13/100,000).
This will enable our heroes to identify issues early, and get the help that they need.
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. ------------------------------------ Lovelies: Which ones among you are going to try these tips out? xxx (ps--commenters: everyone had good points about the cheating business.
The white paper study, the Ruderman White Paper on Mental Health and Suicide of First Responders, examines a number of factors contributing to mental health issues among first responders and what leads to their elevated rate of suicide.
One study included in the white paper found that on average, police officers witness 188 ‘critical incidents’ during their careers.
I am writing about an unusual situation that our fire company was dispatched on recently.