- Peter Fox
- Witham, Essex
- United Kingdom
Should O.A.P. be extended with O. Single P. ?
(In the UK context) OAP means old age pensioner. Of course a lot are widowed but I'm thinking of something much more subtle. There are a lot of mature people (often well under the retirement age) who are single but of an age or outlook where their goal is companionship not copulation and families.
Should there be a well-recognised OSP acronym for Older Single Person? Somebody for whom going for a meal is a pleasure in itself not a invitation to hand-holding, embraces, kisses...