Electra, you have a phone call, line 1.  

MidnightAngel325 34F
22 posts
9/14/2005 2:57 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Electra, you have a phone call, line 1.


So I was browsing through the listing of all the men out there and I realize that I'm attracted to military men. Which might not concern most women because of the cliche of loving a man in uniform, but I grew up around men in uniforms. My dad was in the army. So that throws me into a whole new spiral of thought. The electra complex might be true.

Is Freud right? All my adult life, I've thought that he was full of it, not making any sense at all. His theory propelled psychology into discovering more, pushing the science.

Or is it all a load of crap? I've never lusted after my dad...older men, yes, my dad, never. Wow, to even think about it at 5am is sending my brain into a crazy spiral...

Instead I will just focus on a tall man, with dark hair and a 5 o'clock shadow strolling up to me in his camoflauge bdu's... Picking me up, carrying me to a bed and ravaging me... Sex that satisfy's his desires built up from being without a woman while he's been away at war. Maybe he'll have a scar...maybe he won't. Either way, it'd be a night filled with lust and raw sexual energy...

Wow... back to work for now...

MisterPriapus 57M
6980 posts
9/17/2005 8:48 am

Hmmm...

Older?
Check!

Tall?
Check!

Dark haired?
Check!

Needing a shave?
(Could time it to be so, so) Check!

Scars?
Check!



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Been a while since they last let me out into polite society. Resurfacing, catching a breath, & catching up.



And while I got my Broad-Brimmed Pimping Hat on, could I cajole all of y'all to Comment on, Alone In A Cloud? It's probably the best thing that I've written!

Lately...

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MidnightAngel325 34F

9/18/2005 7:47 am

Unfortunately...distance. uncheck.

Potential Boyfriend on the horizon...check.
(Yay for me...sad for everyone else)


rm_darkhorse810 35M
1 post
10/4/2005 4:05 pm

From personal experience "attracted to a man in uniform" 90 some odd percent of the time it is more or less what that uniform stand for. Most people would look at someone in bdu and think of that person as some type of strong and brave hero. Someone with mystery and a sense of danger about them. Almost all of the time it's not true. I have met very few people that come close to living up to that image. I’m sorry if I offend you by saying so but most military men are not what would be called ideal companions


MidnightAngel325 34F

10/5/2005 3:39 am

Thanks for the info, but I pretty much know that. My dad was in the Army and I spent the first 15 years of my life around men in BDU's. I've seen the good and the bad. In no way is what you said offensive to me. Not all military men are ideal companions, but along the same lines some are for me. I know the tendency to cheat, and lie, and all the other "wonderful" things they do, but up to now I haven't dated a military man and that's what I've dealt with too. So I sort them out and I'm a little more picky now. And I like my fantasy.

Thanks for the advice, help, warnings.


random_46 31M
14 posts
10/5/2005 1:44 pm

Have you recently had a bad experience with a man in uniform, or why the change in perception?


MidnightAngel325 34F

10/5/2005 10:00 pm

No, no bad experience. Just more of a touch of reality creeping back in. I've heard stories and I lived on Army bases for all of my early years. I still honor and respect them all for what they do in their uniforms. I'm just going to be picky about which ones I get involved with.


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