Strike out on AFF  

lkng4lotsasex 54M
7 posts
10/13/2005 7:00 pm

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Strike out on AFF


I know...its kinda of unrealistic to assume that every contact attempt on AdultFriendFinder is going to be successful. I had arranged to meet someone thru AdultFriendFinder and when I emailed they told me that they forgot about it and wanted to know the details again, and that they MIGHT meet me. Well, okay...we're all human. I know we tend to forget things but jeez, I was thinking about - anticipating - this meeting all week. Should I let bygones be bygones, let it pass, and attempt a meeting, or is this a warning to just move on and try to meet someone else? Decisions, decisions!!!!

Ultraviolet_69 62F

10/13/2005 9:37 pm

If you enjoy being stung along, then let bygones be bygones and expect to be disregarded by this person. I suggest you move on and try to meet someone else. Best wishes in your search for a playmate.


guynamedjim 58M
729 posts
10/14/2005 12:27 am

Success only comes before work in the dictionary. Meaning I struck out so many times the swing feels like a hurricane! But a last still singing and keeping on regardless. Theres a whole nother life worth living. The music keeps echoing inspiring hope. Rock on!


MochaMoxy 49F

10/15/2005 7:37 pm

Let it go. It sucks when there is a lot of buildup and anticipation and you are really looking forward to meeting up with someone after nice communication via emails or phone calls and then......NOTHING!!! They either fall off the face of the earth or they stand you up. It happens. It's annoying and irritating and bewildering...."Did I imagine that they were into it too?"...but, guess what? People do change their minds. They have that prerogative. It doesn't feel good on the receiving end, but it does happen for whatever reasons. I've been stood up and I have also been the one who went a different direction. Sometimes the heat stirs you up and you really think it might be a go, but then you think about it with a cooler, more logical head and then perhaps you see that this is not a good idea, the person is not a good match, you are pursuing them for the wrong reasons, someone else or something else in your life takes precendence or regains importance, etc etc Who knows? Keep trying. Many of us have been there. Just don't let yourself be a whipping boy, don't put yourself in a position to let this person treat you poorly WITH YOUR PERMISSION. Draw a line as to what you will tolerate and then don't allow yourself or anyone else to cross it. Happy trails, M.


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