Why are you here? What are you looking for?  

kissablemeinmn 48F
234 posts
5/17/2005 11:49 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Why are you here? What are you looking for?

How many times have you been asked, or asked, those two questions? Wouldn't it be great if they had this posted on the questionnaire? I also wish they would have a place to put down what you look for in a man/woman/partner.

I suppose you could put it on your profile, but honestly I don't think a lot of people really read the profiles in depth.

I'm not a Barbie doll type woman. I used to be. Then I had kids. And I'm still working on getting back to that kind of body I chose the extra padding option for description of body type yet I still get messages from men who want fit women. DUH! Read the profile and don't waste my time or yours, right??

I ended up at this interesting site when I took an online purity test for fun. You had to join to get the results. So I did. I am not very pure.

It's been a lot of fun here. I've met some nice people, talked to many nice people.

I'm not actively looking for anything. I have a husband and a boyfriend

I do, however, enjoy making other open minded friends. And that's what I hope to get from being a part of this website.

You know, this site could be a full time job if you let it!

So come on - share with me, what are you looking for? Why are you here? And most importantly - do you read the full profile???


papyrina 51F
21133 posts
5/17/2005 1:18 pm

company,i hate tv,so this is a great way to spend my evenings

I always read the profiles in full,some not many make for great reading

I'm a

i'm here to stay

HardNNaughty71 45M

5/17/2005 1:19 pm

Hey Miranda,
I can say that I do look at profiles . . . I get shot down enough from people that I am supposedly 'compatible' with . . . so I don't need to send messages to people that I KNOW will shoot me down, hehe.
I also look at them to make sure they are in the age range I am looking for and are an acceptable distance away, and also to make sure that they are looking for a man (not a couple or woman), AND to get some info on them to see if I think we will be at all compatible.
But I agree with you, it would make it a lot easier if they would add those things to their questionnaire.

LQQKin4one4 61M
17 posts
5/17/2005 1:19 pm

Not sure they make those barbie doll types the older I get. Lqqking more for someone white great personality and likes to have fun. The ones that are best in the sac, are the ones that want to be there and the ones that want to have fun too. Whooohooo!!!!!

rm_Here2play812 47M
179 posts
5/17/2005 1:32 pm

That's what I keep asking myself, why am I here and what am I looking for.. Like you I stumbled across this site now I am just having fun watching people reading blogs etc..

74ShovelHD 53M

5/17/2005 1:43 pm

I think a lot of people come here out of curiosity, then become addicted (like myself).

I followed a link here about a year ago, followed along as a standard member, then upgraded so I could contact members and read profiles. I spent so much time one here, it was taking up work time, home time, and was frustrating dealing with AdultFriendFinder. I had to get out. I was out for several months, then last week, I was bored, and looked up the site again. It's fun to look, chat, and this blog thing is pretty neat (didn't have this when I was on before). The AdultFriendFinder is still frustrating.... the pics I use to post are now being denied, and they are G rated!!

The question is what draws us to this site? It's exciting to know there are others who have similar desires, and it's fun to chat with new friends about anything and everything. Being married and having a family is great, but the dark, erotic desires within force us to look. It's a natural instinct to want something you can't have, to have desires for someone new. I think there are a lot of us who fantasize about having fun, exciting, discreet relationships with others who are in similar situations in life.

** I've been interrupted several times by the phone as I was typing, so my thoughts may seem scattered.

mi_mwpm 51M

5/17/2005 6:43 pm

As was said above.... I have a hard enough time getting people that seem compatible to respond to my emails. It's not worth the pain to go after those you know are going to say no. Lately though... they've been finding me, I kinda like that.

Blog On!

mnfun952 102M

5/17/2005 7:03 pm

Miranda...you have a profile?

LOL... anyway... We've talked, you know what I'm looking for. Truth be told - I'm not looking for anything. I don't know if you ever really find anything when you're 'looking' instead, I like to think of myself as a person who's open to the possibilities... we'll see what happens.

GleesFlakyShawl 50M
1620 posts
5/18/2005 9:12 am

Miranda, i guess most of the times, it doesnt matter what ur "looking for", it just matters what u find and who u meet, maybe here, in the parking lot, wherever
now about ur profile, being a standard member, im not able to read profiles

rm_fr2endofp 38M
3 posts
5/18/2005 9:48 am

I think I pretty much read most of the profile, except for that funny little part where you have to click on another icon to get more "personal responses" and when I miss that sometimes I miss the little details like "looking for someone to sedate me when i start to hear voices" or that their favorite music is a rabbit's death rattle. The more I think about it, the more freaked out I get.

redswallow777 48M
6810 posts
5/18/2005 10:03 am

This is my first time viewing your blog....and I have found it to be quite interesting....think I will add it to my "favorites" list. It is always pleasant to find a new pearl here in blogland.

My only thought at reading your post is that I am sure there are some folks who don't take the time to read your profile much less your questionaire. But then there are the standard members who can view neither....it is even easier for them to be clueless as to who you really are.

I was a paying member for a few months and it was very nice to be able to read the profiles....since then I have had to be happy with getting to know folks by reading their blogs. This has been OK but I suspect I have missed the mark in my comments more than once because of my inablity to see a profile.

The most humorous of these gaffs was when I commented on one person's blog that I loved her picture....the pic was so sensual I thought. Well, the person thanked me for the comment.....and then told me he always does his best to show his feminine side. We standard members are working at a bit of a disadvantage sometimes....lol. We shared a couple of e-mails after that....and have since lost contact...he wasn't my type.

Enough for now...thanks for posting on your blog...loved your piece of non-fiction...look forward to hearing more from you and about you.


expatbrit49 62M

5/18/2005 3:10 pm

Why am I here, What am I looking for........Silly girl, You of Course

Thank You for Your Time and Attention

Apolybear 54M

5/20/2005 4:00 pm

I'm with Mi_mwpa on this one. It's enough of a challenge to get compatible women to respond to an email. Why approach someone who's not?

I'm looking for a true friend. Someone I can connect with mentally as well as physically. A long term girlfriend would be great, but an ongoing intimate friendship works too.

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