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rm_chislut 42F
1534 posts
5/24/2006 10:51 am

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6/24/2009 7:39 pm

"Normal" personals ad


I just got an email from a friend of mine who has a cousin who wants to fix me up with one of her friends. Wow, that sounds much more confusing than it really is.

Me --- Friend --- Cousin --- Cousin's Friend

So, Cousin asked Friend what I'd look for in a guy. Cousin knows me as an acquaintance and just had a feeling that this guy and me would be a good match.

Friend writes a description of me, which she passed on to me for my approval. I was amazed. She described me better than I could have. So, I thought I'd share... I substituted names between *s.

Physically, she seems to be attracted to pretty thin, lanky type of guys - not really into the burly, teddy bear type. They'd have to be pretty intellectual - she's a librarian and an avid reader. Poor grammar and spelling drives her crazy and she's very witty and silly at times (like the rest of us) - they would need to appreciate that. And I hate to sound brash by saying this but I couldn't describe *her* without mentioning her interest in and openness with sexuality. They'd have to be comfortable with that too. She does live at home with her mom and sister (they can't be bothered by that), she loves kids (she's over at *friends of ours* all the time to see *their daughters.*) and she did recently quit smoking which we are all very proud of. She's also a bit of an introvert favoring small groups versus large parties and not a big fan of the telephone - prefers e-mail and text messaging to phone conversations.

I'm still in shock at how well she described me. I mean, I've known her for, oh, almost 20 years. But still.

Djeeper1987 47M

5/24/2006 1:00 pm

And as the world turns......


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Wordsmith2004 36M
7233 posts
5/24/2006 2:15 pm

"Physically, she seems to be attracted to pretty thin, lanky type of guys - not really into the burly, teddy bear type."

---check, and almost everything else checkidy check check....

...but then in my hot bodied haste I came...to this....

"She does live at home with her mom and sister (they can't be bothered by that)"

Umm is the fact that I live in a Quaigmire-esque personal pimp pad gonna be a problem? lol

Seriously I can so definitely tell a chick-friend wrote that for you!

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rm_chislut replies on 5/24/2006 7:06 pm:
The "pimp pad" is no problem. The pimp pad being over 900 miles away and in a foreign country (there is NO way Texas is not a foreign land, IM is a problem.

Is an obviously chick-friend written description a bad thing?

AGNJoe1 46M

5/24/2006 9:02 pm

"Physically, she seems to be attracted to pretty thin, lanky type of guys - not really into the burly, teddy bear type."

---Ok I'm kind of in-between on that one. I'll let you judge that. I've kind of got the Capt. Kirk belly going, but I'm not obese.

"They'd have to be pretty intellectual - she's a librarian and an avid reader. Poor grammar and spelling drives her crazy and she's very witty and silly at times (like the rest of us) - they would need to appreciate that."

This I have no problem with. I'm just wondering if I might be on the same or close too that same level.

"And I hate to sound brash by saying this but I couldn't describe *her* without mentioning her interest in and openness with sexuality. They'd have to be comfortable with that too."

You're a nympho, I'm a nympho. We match there...

"She does live at home with her mom and sister (they can't be bothered by that),"

Well I live with my wife. I think we'll both have to work on this one.

"she loves kids (she's over at *friends of ours* all the time to see *their daughters.*),"

I have kids.

"and she did recently quit smoking which we are all very proud of."

Awesome. I don't mind a woman that smokes a cigarette once in a while but chain smokers are a huge turn off. Congrats, and keep up staying strong on staying away from the cigs.

"She's also a bit of an introvert favoring small groups versus large parties and not a big fan of the telephone - prefers e-mail and text messaging to phone conversations."

Same here.

Well it seems we match up on a lot of things. The only problem is I'm still waiting to hear from you!

I'd really like us to meet sometime soon. IS there any chance for that or do I have a nasty booger hanging from my nose or something?

AGN Joe

p.s.---I'm serious about this. I'd really like for us to get together. Shoot me an e-mail at agnjoe1 at the place that where the guy yodels his excitement, if you get my drift. Can we talk at least?


Wordsmith2004 36M
7233 posts
5/24/2006 9:33 pm

"The "pimp pad" is no problem. The pimp pad being over 900 miles away and in a foreign country (there is NO way Texas is not a foreign land, IM is a problem.

Is an obviously chick-friend written description a bad thing?"


Nooooope just simple deduction...

(besides I thought YOU were suposed to be the 'Bad Thang' back-peddlin' from all that hot hyperbole are we? )

Typical chick-testimonial: " Waaah waaah waah, wo-wah waah whaah wah wahh...and all that yadda yadda epic resume' stuff up there and Ooo ooo!! She's just WONDERFUL with kids and animals!!!"

Typical Guy TESTE-monial about a chick friend to the prospective guy:

"Dude, just look at her!! AND she give good head!"

'Nuff said lol

Don't even TRY to pull a pout, you KNOW this is true!!

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rm_onlineparty 33M
23 posts
5/24/2006 11:14 pm

I agree with Magahee77, Your best friend should be able to describe you the best. They see you in your best of times, and at the worst of times, and hopeful after 20 years she would know this things, and hopeful your friend, got it to your friend's cousin, who got it to the friend cousin's friend, with out the message geting messed up , and it all works out, hehe after writing it just does not look right.


rm_wadude99 51M
108 posts
6/22/2009 11:24 am

Surprising how our friends can describe us usually better than we would think. I must say that the fact you are a librarian really is quite a turn on. I could only imagine what checking a book out from you would be like, or say asking for help locating some reference material. Just typing it makes me want to go check out the local library.


rm_chislut replies on 6/24/2009 7:40 pm:
This is my librarian-side that needs to give people info coming out: Usually the person checking your books out is NOT a librarian. Usually, but NOT always, the person at the reference desk is.

However, I don't do either.

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