Hmmmm...what to write...and why...and warnings  

rm_Sallypus 52F
1056 posts
6/8/2005 9:06 pm

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Hmmmm...what to write...and why...and warnings

The idea of a diary appeals to me. A private place to write your thoughts and dreams and hopes and fears. I always thought a blog was the same. But it's not. Because a blog is up for public perusal. People are going to see my thoughts and dreams and hopes and fears. So I wonder why I'm doing it?

I wonder what has prompted me...an extremely private person...to 'go public'. In reality few will bother to read this. So I suppose it's relatively safe to assume that only those that know me or are geniunely interested in me will get insight. And I suppose I have to be honest and say that I want those few to read this. Want them to get to know me better.

I'm intrigued as to my sudden turn around on this site. The very moment I joined the groups I decided I didn't want to be here for the sex anymore...but for the people. I think perhaps it was that the whole thing became real for me. Here were people expressing their opinions, etc. Not just a bunch of people with one thing on their mind. For that had been my only experience here before. Real people...hmmm.

I enjoy the groups. I hope my stay in them does not become dragged down with pettiness. Already I have been subtlely warned to stay away from one man. I do not like being judged like that. Warned off doing something I had no intention of doing. It annoys me...so presumptious. And judgemental...how on earth did they come to the conclusion that they knew me well enough to assume I was a maneater. Because I flirt? Who doesn't here??? Agh...read my profile...I am not here to find a man. And even if I was...or even if I do choose to have some fun...please don't assume that I would want to take another's man. And please get to know me better to realise that I would only be interested in a man if he caught my mind. Am not going to be turned on by crude wolf whistles.

*lol*. Good to get that off my chest.


E2DIR
442 posts
6/9/2005 1:21 am

I WRITE FOR YOU IN YOUR BLOG BECAUSE YOU ARE A BEAUTYFULS EYES.JOINED MY HUBY-BLOG.


nightstogether 56M

6/9/2005 1:56 am

It's surprising, amongst the Bloggers, how many really are more interested in the communication rather than purely to find a partner. As to few people reading Blogs, you might be surprised there too ...

nightstogether
private-intellectual (.de)


guynamedjim 58M
729 posts
6/9/2005 8:09 am

The personal contact isn't happening. I wonder if I exist! ( )
Only visiting this planet. I wonder what intelligence is out there.
Indeed alot of this is self fullfilling. I truely not a writer as I am a photographer ( thats wildlife/landscapes ), but having a riot
writing and even some poetry. Mental intercourse happens before the physical anyways. I wonder does anyone think anymore? This world of instant this and instant that worries me. I got news for you these instant cameras for digtial are only for our instant fix for instant communication. We are not building bridges to relating we having illusions of being in supersonics minimizings our contacts. It's actually a form of rudeness in polite matter.

So with this I say: HELLO blogger. I thank you for this opportunity. Another joker sitting by the mighty steam sharing a joke/life, with a tune in my heart!


CuteAZguy27 39M
1545 posts
6/9/2005 8:29 am

Sallypus- Welcome to blogland, i want to personally shake your hand and say welcome....you expressed everything very well, When you come in here, be yourself and just pour out whats on your mind and heart...your questions, anger and fustrations, or just your day- even if you just want to blog about something yet nothing in particular-go for it, glad you could join the blogging and feel free to read other blogs and comment on them as in return, they might have an interest on your statements and scope your blogs..have a great day and have fun !!

-CuteAZguy27


AltumHunksUnite 53M

6/9/2005 8:32 am

The Internet has always intrigued me in the sense that it brings people together from all over the world. There's even a blogger in Iraq with whom I've been in contact from time to time. We all come from different backgrounds, and we have different needs and desires, but the one thing we in Blogland have in common is that we want to reach out, to see who's out there, to see if anyone might care about what we're thinking, about what we're experiencing. We want a connection. It doesn't have to be physical.

If you don't mind, I'd like to visit from time to time to read your postings and share my thoughts.

Let me drive. I like the view


gemini0157 59M  
6842 posts
6/9/2005 9:32 am

Nice post.... You will be much more pleased with the "clientele" over here.... That is until the Wolves (as you put them) sniff it out!.... maybe they won't have the patience...ha!


rm_bonfireguy 49M

6/9/2005 8:13 pm

to: "My Gal Sal"

very nicely put...welcome...I also look forward to being a fellow TLMO group member...lots of nice people there.

I am new to bloggerville as well...so I hope to grow my own writing skills and make new friends...

I hear you loud and clear on the mental stimulation that can be had here on AdultFriendFinder...there are alot of very witty, funny and intelligent people here...

The advise lines, group and blog posts can be anywhere from pathetically stupid to tear jerking to facinatingly erotic to creative...I look forward to you being part of that!

Yours truly,
BonFire


rm_bonfireguy 49M

6/9/2005 11:56 pm

well...not the pathetically stupid part...hehehehe


wineanddine4 56M
8 posts
6/10/2005 3:24 am

Yes, when one can sift through the "what's not been said" because of the "what is being said", it all bodes well!

Shame no woman responded to your block yet.

I raise my glass to thee fair maiden, and whist that thou wouldst find all that would fancy thy heart. As for thy servant, I am but a mere mortal in thy hands.


DRaven11ck 49M

6/12/2005 6:50 pm

Sallypus, i enjoy your blogs and i know what you mean by the groups and blogs ( read my post in the new guys of LM
funny stuff with the spider, reminds me of a Robert Fulgrum story i read.


rm_reisaree 42F
611 posts
10/13/2005 12:26 am

Well.. i didn't read everyone.. but i did read this first one.. and I'm wondering who told you that and which man they were speaking of..well... I can *guess* who the man might've been at this time...but I can't for the life of me figure out who would've told you to stay away..

It wasn't me was it?? lol...


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