To be or not to be, is the answer really the one stated?  

hott4uin32179
(Neil M)
46M
56 posts
4/22/2005 9:57 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

To be or not to be, is the answer really the one stated?

Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed that most of the ones saying they don't want to get into a relationship usually do want to? I've been talking to a few people lately about this and so far the verdict is that they just don't want to admit it. My neighbor is in an open kind of friends with benefits situation with a guy from her work, and she had admitted to me that she wants to get into a more 'dedicated monogimous' kind of relationship, that the FWB thing is getting old. Oddly enough, some of my buds here have said about the same thing. People that out-right say they just want a FWB now comming clean saying they do want a LTR.

This being the case.. what other statement made are really the opposite of what's being said? Better yet, why not just state what it is you are looking for in the first place? Let's at least be honest with ourselves..


leyndokona2 49F

4/23/2005 4:08 am

Maybe they are affraid of admitting it to themselves, that way they don't get disappointed if they don't find what they are looking for. And then it's also a fact that most of us always want what we know we can't have and even though we have everything we ever thought we would want, we always want more.


angelwithahalo 59F

4/23/2005 8:11 am

Women as we know think differently then men do.Men just want a variety of a piece of ass they are capable I think of turning off their emotions, and just getting down to business.Women for the most part cannot,its nature's law for women to be more upfront with how they feel.AdultFriendFinder isnt built for relationships it is built for sex plain and simple.If a woman indicates they want any type of relationship a big red warning flag goes off in men's head and they avoid her.


hott4uin32179
(Neil M)
46M

4/23/2005 10:27 am

I'm tending to agree with you leyndokona2. It's a fast-paced world out there now, and no matter what you have, we're always wanting more. It's like complacency is a taboo thing now a days.

Sad, eh?


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