This thread was inspired by a conversation I had with a 30-something guy, and it kinda caught me off guard. He was talking about moving in way early on a new girl (read: while she was still in a relationship) and asking her out because he thinks that "the good ones don't stay on the market for long". This kind of raised a lot of questions for me, and I thought I'd bring it to the vag to get a few different outlooks. Do you think that how long a girl has been single is directly related to how dateable she is/isn't? Do you feel if someone has been single a short time she's less datable? Do you think if she's been single a long time, she's more dateable? Why or why not? And hell...ladies, how about you throw in your opinions about men on this too. Myself and another vag'er are pretty interested in the answers to this.