Drinks, anyone?  

rm_jasmine_girl 38F
195 posts
2/27/2006 7:36 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Drinks, anyone?

I was talking to an AdultFriendFinder member and he asked me if I had learned anything from my experience on the site, not in terms of being better in bed, but whether I think I understand men's behaviour more, the cringing of their heart and so on. He said he would divide the people he met into two groups. One is the fuck-and-go group, people that he isn't interested in knowing. The other would be the few special ones that he has feelings for. It doesn't have to be romantic feelings. It can be random feelings/sparks that you want to be close or more than friendly with a person.

The meaning of "intimacy" does reinvent itself from time to time. That's why I like the book/movie so much. Even though I don't agree with everything it says, it is definitely thought-provoking. Sometimes, complete silence can be good. No mundane background check / introductory conversations. All you need is one good kiss to be completely overwhelmed. Other times, if I'm not interested in getting to know a person, chances are I'm not interested in his cock.

Recently, I have been contacted by a group from London, asking if I'd be interested in joining their upcoming party. I'd if the time is right. They sent me some photos as well - no nudity, sorry to disappoint, just beautiful people mingling, having a drink, having a snog, having a great time. Their parties are not full-on sex parties, but friendly, social events for like-minded people to meet up. Say goodbye to those time-wasting online chats/flirts that lead nowhere. And if you do meet the people in real, you might find yourself being attracted to people outside your "box".

I receive quite a few messages a day and I do wish I could meet and greet them all (well, most of them anyway) in person because you can tell from their words that they are nice, genuine and intelligent people. I know I have my requirements but to be honest when it comes to great sex, it's your attitude that counts, that your partner has an affecting attitude ...


cyrus_mp 44M
23 posts
3/3/2006 7:15 am

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