A real person OMG!  

Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F
1147 posts
7/2/2005 9:50 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

A real person OMG!

WOW! Hit the jackpot!

This weekend we actually met an AFFer in person, and everyone showed up, on time!

The person was polite, funny, open, and not annoying. Wifey was very comfortable with him, and they chatted and chatted and chatted and chatted, oh yeah they chatted too. We knew less about him than we did about most others we meet in person, but we ended up knowing a lot about each other. There really are polite, attractive, intelligent, witty people who shower on AdultFriendFinder, really no lie. Bekka rarely says” I like him” about any body, gasp! So far so good.

So after we chatted a while, we did our Satanic religious cult dance, while stunning our new friend with electric tazers. We then branded Evil hieroglyphics on his forehead with a hot iron. Then we made him run naked through the mall while holding a banana in his butt cheeks, and then he had to sing, “loving you” to the security guards. After that ruckus, we hired a plane to fly over a stadium full of people with a banner saying “Willy Walker of Middleton Idaho likes Swinging and Threesomes, please call ###-###-####” (his cell phone number). This banner was then posted on a billboard along the interstate, a full-page ad in the Statesman paper, all over the Internet, along with photos of our new friend holding the banana.

Just wanted everyone to know this place really does work if you are patient and persistent.


expatbrit49 62M

7/3/2005 4:18 pm

Hmm sounds suspicious……. Real person, this site, Psychotropic drugs…… Yes that it

Thank You for Your Time and Attention


JNikolai 52M

7/3/2005 7:58 pm

Hard to believe. I contacted a couple here. We met in person, talked a while, chatted online for weeks, finally scheduled our first "meeting" and ....POOF! No reason, no explanation. Stopped chatting, stopped talking, and just went about their business.

I sincerely hope they don't do the same thing to the NEXT person the contact.


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/3/2005 9:15 pm

Well I am sure they meant nothing personal. But a lady is entitled to change her mind, and often does. again, and again, and again.


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/4/2005 8:32 am

Ok, it seems the couple was too polite and too forgiving for too long. This is addressed to one we will call “John Smith.”

Dear John (dear john a little ironic, don’t ya think?)

Lets recall the events as they unfolded shall we?
Yes we chatted online for several weeks, and yes the male half of the couple did like you. While chatting you said
a. You wanted friends first, and family obligations would sometimes happen, and that you would be cool with if things got canceled.
b. You would never consider the wife you personal call girl, but always a person
c. You were totally discreet
d. You could meet at the times we talked about
e. You hated drama, and would not involve yourself in it

So Yes we met in person, but when leaving when the wife says, He looks nothing like his picture, the picture must be an old one. However the hubby advocated for you, and the wife over looked that part.

So we said we might have a time, because the kid has Y camp, an afternoon might work. But once the schedule of camp settled it left only 15 mins, hardly enough time for married people to “hit it”, never mind a new lover you never touched before. So we said it would have to be nights, and that was met with balking. And saying 15 mins was plenty of time? What you wanted kids to walk in during something? How discreet is that? What happened to gladly meeting at night? This did not set well.

Then we said we had something bad happen, because you stated you did not want a lot of personal drama, we never told you an Aunt died. This meant my folks were distraught, needed help with the legal stuff, needed people to sit up with them, and needed family to watch their place while they took care of the services and other things in another state.

We said we needed some time, something bad happened let us take care of this. Then comes the reply “so we are not meeting Wednesday?” No. How about Thursday or Friday, Geez! So the wife logged off in disgust.
When the wife or hubby would log on there was nothing but messages saying when will we meet, I am needing to meet ect ect. How is this treating her like a person? So dealing with family issues, then being bombarded with when are we going to meet every day the wife says NO, not him.
After speaking up for you saying you were cool about the issues important to us, not going to be disrespectful, you go and do this. Thank you very much. I appreciate made to look dumb in front of my own spouse. Solo guys wonder why couples/ladies are so defensive? Add this to the list.

Then the couple sends a message saying thanks but things will not work out so “no thanks.” John this is a swinger’s site, and in the swingers world thanks but no thanks means we all go our merry way no harm no foul. But You John choose to log onto the forums and post cheap shots and create drama, after stating several times you despise drama.

We know that no matter what you will consider this our fault, and assume we are paranoid psycho that get our jollies from playing games. Well you can think what you wish. Out of the list of things you said you were, you ended up breaking all of them, actions speak louder than words, and you have spoken. You displayed your true colors, and we are glad it happened before you entered our lives. We are not about to apologize for putting family over you getting your piece of ass.

We wish you well, and hope things work for you. Maybe next time you will improve your record and only tick off one spouse, instead of both. Also to calm your worries the couple will not jsut vanish with out good reason.

Sincerely
The Couple


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/4/2005 8:36 am

Ok, it seems the couple was too polite and too forgiving for too long. This is addressed to one we will call “John Smith.”

Dear John (dear john a little ironic, don’t ya think?)

Lets recall the events as they unfolded shall we?
Yes we chatted online for several weeks, and yes the male half of the couple did like you. While chatting you said
You wanted friends first, and family obligations would sometimes happen, and that you would be cool with if things got canceled.
You would never consider the wife you personal call girl, but always a person
You were totally discreet
You could meet at the times we talked about
You hated drama, and would not involve yourself in it

So yes we met in person, but when leaving when the wife says, He looks nothing like his picture, the picture must be an old one. However the hubby advocated for you, and the wife over looked that part.

So we said we might have a time, because the kid has Y camp, an afternoon might work. But once the schedule of camp settled it left only 15 mins, hardly enough time for married people to “hit it”, never mind a new lover you never touched before. So we said it would have to be nights, and that was met with balking. And saying 15 mins was plenty of time? What you wanted kids to walk in during something? How discreet is that? What happened to gladly meeting at night? This did not set well.

Then we said we had something bad happen, because you stated you did not want a lot of personal drama, we never told you an Aunt died. This meant my folks were distraught, needed help with the legal stuff, needed people to sit up with them, and needed family to watch their place while they took care of the services and other things in another state.

We said we needed some time, something bad happened let us take care of this. Then comes the reply “so we are not meeting Wednesday?” No. How about Thursday or Friday, Geez! So the wife logged off in disgust.
When the wife or hubby would log on there was nothing but messages saying when will we meet, I am needing to meet ect ect. How is this treating her like a person? So dealing with family issues, then being bombarded with when are we going to meet every day the wife says NO, not him.
After speaking up for you saying you were cool about the issues important to us, not going to be disrespectful, you go and do this. Thank you very much. I appreciate made to look dumb in front of my own spouse. Solo guys wonder why couples/ladies are so defensive? Add this to the list.

Then the couple sends a message saying thanks but things will not work out so “no thanks.” John this is a swinger’s site, and in the swingers world thanks but no thanks means we all go our merry way no harm no foul. But You John choose to log onto the forums and post cheap shots and create drama, after stating several times you despise drama.

We know that no matter what you will consider this our fault, and assume we are paranoid psycho that get our jollies from playing games. Well you can think what you wish. Out of the list of things you said you were, you ended up breaking all of them, actions speak louder than words, and you have spoken. You displayed your true colors, and we are glad it happened before you entered our lives. We are not about to apologize for putting family over you getting your piece of ass.

We wish you well, and hope things work for you. Maybe next time you will improve your record and only tick off one spouse, instead of both.

Sincerely
The Couple


Apolybear 54M

7/4/2005 5:40 pm

Wow P&S, that’s some email. They must not have appreciated the satanic rituals, the banner, or the nasty banana as much as you thought…

I’d say you guys were lucky. Imagine if you had gotten involved with this couple and then the wheels came off. That could have been ugly. I’d chalk it up to grief on their part and move on.

Usually, I don’t offer unsolicited advice, but I’m going to make an exception here because I know you’ll take it in the spirit it’s intended. You have an exceptionally dry sense of humor like I do. While you and I would understand that your “15 minutes was plenty of time” comment was meant to be playful and humorous, others (including this couple) may not see it that way.

I’m very careful about showing my completely warped sense of humor too early in a friendship. Until people get to know you and trust that you’re a sane and decent guy, the more edgy humor may not go over so well with some. You might wish to tone down the more edgy humor in the beginning and gradually let people become accustomed to it. Then, you can let it all hang out once they’re more comfortable with who you are. Just a thought…


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/4/2005 6:08 pm

Hi Dr. Bear I can see the lab coat and glasses were on today

I/we do try to be more "formal" with people we just met, and do slowly drift into being our selves. Yes perhaps it was a bit over the top.

Also humor is a fantasic shield from reality. You see what can be perfect, and what you been hoping for, and know it can blow up at any time. I will stop the psycho babble

I do see your point bear, and you can advise any time. Thanks


keithcancook 60M
17718 posts
7/4/2005 6:09 pm

LMAO! Interesting rituals y'all have P&S.


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/4/2005 8:06 pm

One of our posts doubeled so we deleted the double.


idahoSmile 51M
27 posts
7/4/2005 11:16 pm

Banana in the butt,huh? You people need help.


AmberSolaire 42M

7/5/2005 8:08 am

Found myself curiously turned on by these activities.


Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

7/5/2005 10:43 am

HAHAH
you people said we are sick hahahaha


ExploreMore4Me 59F

7/9/2005 9:51 am

P&S..is it your personal intent to have me hospitalized from a ruptured diaphgram? OMG...to laugh this hard, it can't be healthy? (Well..I take that back...it is...helps one lose weight too!) On another note...I agree with Doc. You were very fortunate this did not go any further. The chaos that would have infiltrated your lives would have been disasterous!

I absolutely adore your sense of humor and frivolity! The truth behind the comedy is also refreshing!

EM4M


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