Been looking around  

freakylik 39M
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7/5/2005 9:47 pm

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Been looking around

So I've been looking around AdultFriendFinder and I can't help but to notice all the gorgeous women around here. I wonder to myself, "Why are there so many attractive girls on here? Are they really looking for someone or is this just a fun site for them to visit?" I mean, they could get a guy anywhere they go.

Now, I've heard a lot of attractive women complain about how they don't get asked out on dates, but I find that hard to believe. I think it's that they don't get the guys that they want to ask them out. They probably do get hit on all the time but not by the men they want, so the statement "I never get asked out" can be a bit misleading. Regardless, my question still stands: why would so many beautiful women be on here when they can have a chance at any guy they come across? I often wonder if they know that they have it like that. I mean, guys can act stuck up all they want but they know damn well that they don't have it like women do... at least from my point of view. An attractive woman can get a lot more guys than an attractive guy can get girls, it's a damn fact. Still, I've found that many women are very, very afraid of rejection, more than guys. This may be why they are hesitant to ever make the first move.

Anyway, I know this blog was a bit all over the place but I've been drinking a bit. Sorry folks, I promise to make a little more sense next time.

fiyagirl1105 40F  
2 posts
7/17/2005 1:33 pm

Okay, you are right in your assumption that most women don't like rejection. But, everyone on this site is basically about one thing and one thing only, and that's when are we gonan FUCK...bottom line. Sorry for being so crass.

Me personally, I have to keep a low profile b/c I'm married, and the profession that I'm in. I can't devulge to everyone I meet on the streets, that I am a very sexual and sensual person. So, this site allows me a little comfort in knowing that I am not the only that feels this way, and we're all "in this thing together", so to speak.

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