gaurie49 37F
374 posts
11/13/2005 11:41 am

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6/10/2006 1:50 pm


It has been brought to my notice by a few denizens here that my blog, whilst engaging [diplomacy..tch..tch...] is sans any REAL scandal.

I have a theory about that.

Tell me honestly, for those of you feline of the species - how often do you get propositioned by terms of getting married?

In the past 2 years, I've been asked, by three men..all of

I kid you not.

Now, I know what you're thinking. Perhaps, they were joking..the excesses of drinking bad al.

Anyhow, they've all been my best mates at different points in time. One of them continues to be my best mate and sat up one night furiously messaging me about how we are meant to be together and that he'd 'change' his ways. Not only did I not believe him, I honestly thought it was a conspiracy theory concocted by the PL's [-> Another Post..]

You see, I'm not exactly a spring-chicken and the biological clock ticketh, women get married real young in my country and so, by those standards, I'm way past my shelf life.

I've always imagined myself getting married for love. To the one man who wouldn't just make the-loins-stir, but would basically ensnare me into diabolical obsession. And while there have been a precious few who've come close, nothing comes out of it for the most part.

Maybe, it's cause I'm an AGM.

Asexual - Gay - Magnet.

I have a Gay-darr...I attract them from miles..and it bothers me to know that the only men who want to be with me are the ones..who wouldn't want any part of me!

How's that for self esteem?

rm_kunaiac 35M
11 posts
11/14/2005 3:23 am

i dont think it should affect your self esteem at all.

from what i have seen, gay men are usually more in touch with their feelings. therefore the fact that you are attractive to gays proves the fact that you are very much in touch with your feelings.

and what the fuck is all that issue with marriage. marriage is when two people who love each other(or may not love each other) agree to make each other miserable for their whole lives (or at least they promise to).

you have got the better bargain.


rm_hotguy8070 34M
4 posts
11/14/2005 5:41 am

i think it's all a bit lame. life, in general, is a bitch and can be particularly ironic most times. maybe we should all follow a wodehousian proposal scheme where you ask every eligible female to marry you at least once in your prime.

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