I like to smile  

rm_PeridotN 44F
4 posts
7/24/2005 12:14 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

I like to smile


Have you ever seen someone as you walk down the street and watched them smile and thought to yourself, boy i would like to meet that person.Those are the people i like people whos smile just grabs ya

tantrikatouch 64M

7/27/2005 6:39 am

You can be that person with the smile!!
Tantra, TM, Zen, Yoga and others point the way to opening yourself to the wonders that surround us - nature, kids, lovers, art, music, etc., The individual then chooses to allow this beauty to flow through them and shine out on the world through their smiles.


RedRover20043 63M
632 posts
9/10/2005 6:43 am

Yup, exchanged smiles are great.
now, I've made the decision to act on those impulses, and when a smile is exchanged with more than just passing interest, to actually act on the impulse, and go up and introduce myself, say hello, it's a great way to make new friends, and meet some interesting people


trulycanadian31 44M
1 post
10/14/2005 10:32 am

email me AdultFriendFinder we have sent winks we both live in kamloops......


RedRover20043 63M
632 posts
3/19/2006 9:59 am

Shared Smiles:
sometime back in the late 70s, or early 80s I traveled with my girlfriend to the Renaissance fair in Courtenay.
On one of the ferry trips, while walking around by myself on the deck, I shared a very intense smile with a beautiful young woman.
We engaged in a very few, brief moments of conversation, not much more than "hello, and it's a beautiful day"
but like I say, I was with my girlfriend at the time, and wasn't at all comfortable flirting with her.

And, wouldn't you know it,
at the Renaissance fair, walking arm in arm with my girlfriend, we happened upon the same young, beautiful woman.
And she's just beaming!
A huge beautiful smile on her face, and she comes forward to greet me.

And I really blow it.
Embarrassed, I think I actually took a step backward, looked at my girlfriend, and then back to the beautiful woman coming towards us.
as I recall, she was even beginning to open her arms as if to give a long-lost friend a big hug.

I was completely flustered, I didn't want to give my girlfriend the impression that I had been flirting with another woman.
I only smiled briefly, and discouraged her approach.
I know that I upset her, under her breath as she walked away, I could hear her muttering, something about "oh! Some people!"

That was more than 20 years ago, yet the incident is still etched in my memory.

I wish I had been more worldly, and that I had known how to handle such a situation tactfully.

And of course, knowing what I do, now,(and of course, I'm oh so much more experienced in the ways of the world)
still taking my first steps at experiencing an entirely new lifestyle, I think I'd be much more prepared to introduce the woman at my side, to some woman who had caught my eye, and smiled at me.
(I certainly hope so anyway)


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