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I think it's always a game before you meet that special person. It has to be. We all try to deny that we are game players. Everybody seems to say "no games" but it has to be a game, somewhat. Ever hear of "the game of love?" Just give it a think. You're interested in someone, and in finding out whether they're interested or not, you must play some sort of game. You have to send an email and wait for a response. You've got to possibly receive a response and wonder whether it is genuine. When you get as far as setting up a meeting, you've got to see if they actually show. When you finally meet that someone, then you've got to face the possibility of not making a connection. If it fails, the first thing we seem to say is that the other is a "game player."
Under the above circumstances, I don't consider that I have been "gamed" so to speak. But I have seen times in my life where it seems a gal just might want to be made to feel good by being liked by a guy, namely me. hehe. It's not a lot of fun, but it happens. I think that's where the actual games come in, not just the regular lack of interest, but when someone has an ulterior motive or two going on. I hate that.