Married and looking  

redmustang91 57M  
8703 posts
1/16/2006 12:07 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Married and looking

I have gotten some negative responses from ladies who do not want a discreet relationship. I understand and that is fine. Infidelity is tough on everyone. Some simple suggestions as I do not want to make anyone uncomfortable.

Just say no on your profile to attached or married if unacceptable. I won't bother you.

If you say "discreet relationship" or decline to state your marital status, I will assume you are open to the possibility. If not, don't say interested in discreet relationships.

Don't judge others' situations without any info, and I will not judge your situation either. Jesus said "Judge not, that ye be not judged" and "let he who is without sin cast the first stone." Hard to improve on those well expressed views.

007sexy40plus 51F  
7603 posts
1/16/2006 12:45 pm

Hang in there red, we are hypocrits among hypocrits. We are considered to be people without feelings because we are here and married, and those hypocrits who judge us think that they are all righteous and just, not realizing that they too are sinning just as much as anyone else.

It has also been stated that you must refrain from sex until you are married, how many of these righteous single people can say they havent sinned. For all I they or I know is that I could possibly be seeing someone who they think belongs to them. Thats the funny thing about this site, the very person they are attracted too could already be doing someone else here too. I have talked to several men who I thought was single and they are just as married as the days exists, but they have single in their profile, hmmmm, if some of them only knew!

I am the real deal! "Come Get Me!!!"

angelofmercy5 58F
17881 posts
1/16/2006 12:59 pm

Hang in there red. You are right, that we are a group of people here who should not be judging and casting stones. I know everyone is here for their own reasons, and we cannot know the joy and pain that each person lives with. We should acknowledge our differences, and grow from our experiences with each other.

redmustang91 57M  
8567 posts
1/16/2006 5:28 pm

Thanks for your thoughts of support. I am just trying to have a few laughs and fun on the way to the cemetery! I cannot help it that my spouse is a food fiend and I am a sex fiend! I think sex is better for you as too much food causes lots of health problems, including diabetes. Sex is good exercise and good for the heart, prostate, relaxing, improves the mental attidtude, helps you sleep better, etc.

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