Wondering  

VeniVici 46M
8 posts
1/23/2006 11:23 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Wondering


Well, so they say in life, everything for a reason.
No word from 'her'. I do miss her. I think she is now ignoring my one or two emails I have sent in the last 2 months. *POOF*
She is like a ghost now. I guess it would have been better to stay friends....Im not the one who jumped on someone, started kissing them and said 'now we made out'...argh. OH well!

So, a new thing happens. A lady I worked with years ago (whom I was damn close to having a crush on)... Suddenly comes out and tells me 'Oh, btw, Im not married anymore, and living on my own'...
OH REALLY!

Man, I just dig her smile, INCREDIBLE. Sexy, sassy, quick...and cute. Would really like to get to know her! I gave her my card....asked her to call me.
No call yet. Why would she come out and tell me that she isnt married anymore? I KNOW she knows I like her. Mabye I have to go back to the restaurant?
36 yrs old, and I still dont have a clue about women!
Im tired of games... say what you want, say what you mean, and mean what you say! Could she just come out and say 'wanna go out sometime' or .....

sassybelle21 32F
13313 posts
1/23/2006 11:34 pm

Well I hope she calls and maybe asks you out sometime


hungry4sex180 38M/36F
9 posts
1/23/2006 11:56 pm

Me as a woman. I am very straight forward about everything. Just ask me Boy freind. Though I know alot arent. Don't worry you'll never have a clue on women.. were to complicated...lol Hell we cant figure oursleves out half the time. Though something funny I am only 25 years old. 2 divorces 1 serious relationship break up and 4 kids. The Boy Freind I have now. Comes out two years ago and tell me that he has been in love with me for 8 years since I was 15 (Weve been dating for 2 years now, so now it is 10 years) and that he stepped aside cause my first husband was his best freind and asked him to cause my 1st husband liked me. Well Frankie being who he is stepped aside and away from me for his freind. I was in love with Frankie back then and just thought he didnt like me the same way. So the moral is If Frankie would have been more straight forward I would have been less 2 divorces, one serious relationship breakup, and he would have been the father of my kids.. So not only is it women but some men also. So I deffinatley know where you are coming from on this.. It sucks.... ~Heidi~


angelwoarose 41F

1/24/2006 5:34 am

I've always been straight forward...but I only meet guys that want to play games. They want someone coy and shy and innocent....yet they come here to find it LOL. Guess I should start stressing the INTELLIGENT part of what I'm looking for.

If you want something...go for it. The worst she can say is she has to wash her hair....


VoluptuousXotic 40F

1/24/2006 5:58 am

Man up my friend. This is the gift the Creator saw fit for you Men to have...the desire of pursuit. It is for us, the females, the controller of the gates of gold, to be courted and romanced or simply be given chilvarous curtousies to prove yourself worthy.

PS - I like a confident man. If I am approached, and directly pursued, I toy around a bit - I let you know I like you, but I keep it exciting and challenging. Especially as women age, we don't like to seem desperate, so we like YOU to make the first move (not all women of course, there is always the 10% rule).

Next time you embark on an opportunity such as this, ask for her number first, then given her your card as an exchange or in lieu of her number.

Or, you could have given a direct response to her statement of not being married anymore. You could have said something like, "Yes! I was waiting for this day!" and then shyly explained that it was not for the downfall of her marriage, just the opportunity to get to know her better.


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