Would You Blog About Your Encounters?  

nightis 52M
247 posts
4/28/2006 11:24 am

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4/29/2006 8:27 pm

Would You Blog About Your Encounters?

I have found blogs to be more of a journal and I do like to talk about my experiences with relationsips both good and bad. When given the chance, I will even post photos of our experiences.

If you dated and had sex with me, would you mind if I wrote about it in my blog?
Not on your life. Include me and I will go mid-evil on you!
I would be awfully embarrassed, I am not sure I could handle it.
Sure Why not! I may ask you take it down later.
Ya, I have no problem with you talking about our experiences together. Just don't name me!
Ya...name names, show pictures, turn me into a star!


lustcurious42 56F

4/28/2006 11:49 am

Sometimes on my blog, I start to go there......to talk about my experiences. What I think stops me is that I'd also be talking about my feelings, my confusions, my joys and what if "he" reads it and knows what I'm thinking? What if someone else I'm extremely interested in reads it? Will my adventures scare him off? This scene sometimes confuses me.


nightis replies on 4/28/2006 12:42 pm:
I would agree with you in so many ways Lusty. Late last year, I went on a date that lasted four days. My blog entry ended up with a long discussion about how we could have improved so many things during our "date". There is no communication technique better then 20-20 vision in hindsight. I am very graphic with my thoughts including photos. I know that such blog entries have cost me potential dates because I then make myself out to be a "player". I have also found that most of the women (actually that is pretty much all) have really enjoyed the stories I have written.

I am surprised by my willingness to share such personal information. Overall, I am an extremely, quiet and shy person, but sex and relationships with women of all types thrill me to the point of exploring experiences with discussion.

It is funny, even women on AdultFriendFinder, the most liberated group of adults on the net, would be concerned about their reputations with men. It is natural to be concerned over what others think, but we all need to be reminded. If we are ourselves, and someone thinks poorly of me, should I really be motivated to spend time with them?

lustcurious42 56F

4/28/2006 11:50 am

p.s. If I was in a relationship with someone, they could give every last little detail and even sell tickets.......


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