Petty, girly ramblings.  

luv2sucuoff 39F
69 posts
10/18/2005 2:39 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Petty, girly ramblings.


I have a roommate - who nearly drives me to drink on a daily basis - we live together, work in the same office, and know the same people. We couldn't be more different - although she seems to be mimicking me lately, it's kinda weird. Anyways, not my point - I work hard to cultivate relationships and friendships, and she doesn't. She bails, doesn't go anywhere, never makes plans with people, or organizes anything social.
I do. All the time - I am a social butterfly.
I feel guilty about not inviting her along, as we are roommates first, and friends later.
Do men ever feel stupid guilt about stuff like this? What the hell is up with women feeling guilty about other peoples feelings all the time?!? Does this change with age? Will I outgrow my obligatory feeling to include everyone and their mother when I am doing fun things on the weekend or whatever?
Suffering from the need to please, and looking for justification...

LovelyLadyLumps2 40F

10/18/2005 7:46 pm

i read a post that you put on the bbw group about squirting, and I just went to a seminar on g spot stimulation on the weekend, and found out that pretty much every woman can squirt. You just have to learn the technique. Its really pretty easy, but you do need a partner.


rm_hot_in_ott 46M

12/4/2005 11:24 am

I would like to assure you that the guilty feelings about social involvement are not at all gender based, they are a personality trait. Everyone, no matter the age race or gender, needs social contact. The fact that you worry about making your roommmate feel accepted speaks to your personality and sub conscious desire to ensure that everyone you know is as fulfilled socailly as you are. That is a very admirable trait. I would like to offer you a little advice:
1 - Don't stop asking, but just ask once don't beg them along
2 - Don't let the fact that you didn't ask everyone everytime lessen your own enjoyment....ever.


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