April 30 2024

In the last few months I’ve come across too many profile descriptions, where people stated they are “time poor” and that made me question, how this people is doing to live their lives.
If you are “time poor” to have fun or do activities that make you happy, what are you doing with your life?
Open discussion and would be great to see some opinions..


  • ozcouple40


    2 months ago

    Kids and work commitments for us 💁🏻‍♂️

  • NeoAndTrin


    2 months ago

    Probably more so time poor when it comes to doing swinging activities.

    Also possibly code for we CBF putting much effort into organizing, communicating, in some cases.

  • MsSuperFoxy


    2 months ago

    I'm guessing it's the same for married men on here (without partners consent) seeking; No BS/drama, NSA, discretion fun.
    I don't know how they find the time either???
    Demanding great outcomes with minimal effort.

    Ms Foxy

  • Flirtydancer


    2 months ago

    And I just love.."only available week days" like women don't have jobs 🙄

  • Kokoflamingo


    2 months ago

    I dont have it on my profile but I guess I would be in thar category. I work fulltime, I love catching up with my friends and Im still very social. All of these things make me happy, even work, so any spare time I have is for dating. Meeting guys off RHP isnt in my top priority list. Ive had some great meets but it doesnt consume my spare time.

  • nightingale8


    2 months ago

    It’s a strange cultural phenomenon where being busy is considered a badge of honour. O the virtue!

    Also your friends will almost always have more friends than you, busy people will always be doing more things. Those busy people will be more likely to want to be doing you.

    As a seduction strategy, stating “busy-ness” is simply putting up a wall, I’d go as far as mild disdain, unless of course it comes with an apology that they will get back to you when they can.

    I often joke that the feminism (specifically women going to work) has been bad for humanity. Not because women shouldn’t work but that society has blindly stumbled into a working life norm. Live to work, work to live!

  • FeistyFatty


    2 months ago

    Hmmmm..... Are you implying that "time poor" equates to a dull life devoid of fun? If you are, you're completely mistaken.
    Hubby and I would likely fall into the "time poor" category (not stated on profile) as we lead very full lives ...... Both work for ourselves, 3 teenagers (school, part time jobs, sports, social lives), family time, sporting/community commitments, social lives, travelling..... All this trumps our swinging activities...... And I wouldn't have it any other way.
    I'd say most of us are actually Time Rich 🩷

  • jmmsbm


    2 months ago

    Time poor can be frustrating when trying to organise meets with people and it takes soooo long to match up availability that you tend to give up on them. We manage to fit it all into our busy work and family lifestyle but everyone has differing priorities 💜😘

  • Sawadee


    2 months ago

    On a site such as this , l really dont know why you need to state ' time poor ' at all ? Apart from yourself , who really cares ? If you dont have the time when someone contacts you ' surely its not that hard to tell them so ?

  • Flirty2020


    2 months ago

    We have seen the “we are time poor” on the bios of many profiles.

    Our interpretation, of what they are referring to, may mean a number of things, depending on that profile and how it is worded.

    They are time poor as they have young children and find it difficult to meet up with people from here?

    They are very busy work wise and don’t have much time to meet up with others from here ?

    They don’t have time for idle chit chat and would prefer to get down to business, and play with others / meet others at very short notice ?

    They are lazy and don’t want to put any effort into taking their time to meet people. They expect instant gratification?

    They are time poor as they are cheating on their wives and as such can only meet at short notice during the day ?

    They are time poor and CBF putting any effort into their profile yet still expect last minute meet ups and instant gratification ?

    We both lead busy working lives. We often start our work at 5:30 am and can still be found at the office around 6:30 pm or later. We often fly interstate, sometimes even leaving on a Sunday.

    We do however believe in time management, and also putting aside some time to enjoy ourselves and to enrich our lives.

    We don’t have that much “free” time during the week , but we do get to relax after work, cook a nice meal, enjoy a glass of wine, watch TV or read a book. On weekends there are household chores and shopping to do , perhaps out to dinner on a Saturday night, a country drive on the Sunday or even the clothing optional beach. Whilst we do have busy lives we don’t use the term “time poor” . We try to be “life rich”.

    It is about life / work balance. We only have 1 life to live and we try to get the most out of it. Having said that, we do not allow RHP nor swinging, to control our lives. If we meet up with others from here, we coordinate it to take place on a Saturday evening, at a public venue, of our choice, for drinks only. A public venue that we were going to go to in any event. That way if the other party does not turn up (which could be 97% of the time ) we have fun regardless. That way we don’t waste our time.

  • RachWandered


    2 months ago

    I had time poor on mine Andres!! And I put it on there for a reason…
    While I possibly do think I’m busier than everyone in the world… I find that it’s very difficult to find time for great sex … so I had hoped that it would attract people who are more flexible not just physically but also with their approach to meeting
    I think it worked well? Would you agree 😘

  • CachelessSociety


    2 months ago

    Isn’t everyone time poor these days, who can say 100% they have the time to do everything they want to do every day.

    We always tell people - you have to make time!

    We have noticed a few profiles here and there that also have very little info and write something along the lines of ‘time poor, will update profile later’. Minimal effort = minimal returns.

  • Felicitous


    2 months ago

    I doubt anyone is putting it in their bio just to be 'seen' as being busy...
    It would be their opinion and perception that 'that' is exactly what they are, regardless of your opinion about the misappropriation of said expression...

    (Which I've lost count how many times you've
    'requoted' in "quotation marks". 🧐😂🤔)

    If people want to use that term because they're indicating they want to preface an understanding to others that they might not always be available/ or allocate time to this alone or for any other reason....
    I don't see why that's a big deal 🤷🏻‍♀️

    Many on here can have unrealistic and unreasonable expectations so some like to quantify their lack of time / or commitment upfront.

    Bigger question would be...
    'Why does that particular phrase seem to not sit well with you and if it doesn't why the need to keep repeating it in EVERY response....'

    Language is such a fascinating thing... As is perception. Both can be used as instrument and outcome... I think is a wonderful thing to be discretionary and particular with the way we choose words to shape us... I totally 'get' what you're trying to say about the use of that phrase.
    However I also think we need to allow others the same choice of exactly that and not be vitriolic.

    If people believe they are that and write it .. each to their own?! 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • sheswet_heshard


    2 months ago

    Kids and work take over

  • coastcouple2259


    2 months ago

    Time poor can mean a lot of things for different reasons . Depends if your going out for the night only meeting local people or have to travel.
    If you have kids . Finding a sitter , etc
    Then if one partner works away so you can only meet on the weekends where some couples can only meet on weekdays etc
    So it’s all about communication when you are chatting with the couple . But time poor can also be an out for the other couple if they don’t get along in chat or find other couples to pushy when asked to meet up they are to polite to say “ sorry your not our type “ they will say “ will let you know we are time poor “
    So again be polite and communicate in chat

  • SugarSugar69


    2 months ago

    Time poor could mean so many things… it’s good to establish clear communication. If someone states time poor then they are being very selective with whom they give their time too. Or it may take them longer to respond to messages… it’s just a little warning, that’s how I see it.

  • slipnslide716


    2 months ago

    They have no intention of meeting

  • Whipit


    2 months ago

    Does anybody here find that not many women dont reply to your messages , or us it just me , also seems to be lot of women with the new term sugar dating, lol, we all know what that means, why are they allowed to be on this site?

  • RHP User

    RHP User

    2 months ago

    Too time poor to write a bio but is on a dating app which requires time and effort🙄

    It’s just an excuse because they either think they’re so hot they can just run some photos because most men don’t read the bios (That would actually weed a lot of the shit ones out) or they lack introspective qualities and struggle to self evaluate who they are and write about it. Not everyone is good with words though but even a little effort in a bio will get me to not skip someone. No bio, no chance.

    Emotionally intelligent people that are neurodiverse I nearly always connect with. They always write a bio too.

  • Pretty_SaraBNE


    2 days ago

    Maybe its just code for:
    "Dont expect anything from me except for sex"