Motorcycles  

rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
7028 posts
12/15/2005 6:21 pm

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Motorcycles


Somehow, in spite of what I say in my profile, I continually get men (and some women) who want me to go riding with them on their motorcycles. And GOD! are they persistent!

Even when I try to explain that I don't like bikes, won't go near them, won't date a man who rides one (am I being too subtle here?), some guys want to argue with me and convince me that I really want to go riding with them.

Do other people have this type of problem? I mean, if you say no smokers, do smokers still contact you? If you say no blacks, or whites, or men, do they still write and try to tell you that you're wrong, and that if you meet them they can prove you wrong?

I had an older brother, who was handsome, smart, and funny. I remember him swinging me when I was a little girl, and whittling whistles for me, and taking me to the movies, and helping me with a bully when I was in grade school. He was the most wonderful brother a girl could have.

When I was 18, and he was 24, he had a wreck on his motorcycle. My parents were out of town, and I had to go to the morgue to identify the body. My lovely brother. Do you know what a person looks like when they hit the freeway at 70 miles an hour?

rm_art_persists 51M
1789 posts
12/15/2005 7:16 pm

Is it alright to offer you a ride on my pedal bike?


AughtMusedSpill 48M

12/15/2005 7:53 pm

I will never understand the arrogance of a person who will write to a person that has clearly and concisely ruled them out, thinking that they can change your mind.

If you were at a restaurant and ordered a steak, and got a hot dog, what would you do?


rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
5220 posts
12/15/2005 8:19 pm

art, as long as it has training wheels.

tedzilla - perfectly stated. Wish I had thought of that analogy.


The_Wraith_1969 47M

12/16/2005 12:10 am

Unfortunately Kelli, if you ask around you will see that not many take to heart what is stated in your Profile. They just keep on coming. But with the absolutley gorgeous pic you have there, it is no wonder that they try and change your mind.

BTW, wanna go for a ride on my Harley? Just kidding

Kisses and Hugs Kelli!


AnEnigma517 59M

12/16/2005 3:32 am

I think a lot of people try so hard to fit themselves into someone else's mold, and when that doesn't work, they then determine that it's you who needs to fit into their mold. Yeah, sometimes opposites do attract, but it's the things in common that build whatever is meant to be built.

At any rate, just keep being yourself... and those who can't handle that will eventually go away.


rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
5220 posts
12/16/2005 9:10 pm

Brew, you're a jerk.


JudeL5 46M
1550 posts
12/17/2005 1:02 am

Forget the motorcycle.... love your pic!

You can't make out in the back seat of a motorcycle (or maybe you can! might be fun to try)

Seriously though, if there is no match, it seems like a waste of effort, and very arrogant, to try and "change your mind"....


ScarlettWebb 45F

12/17/2005 1:08 am

I know what you mean Kelli... I have the following disclaimer in my profile and yet all of these types still email me. Are they THAT bored, have no life, can't read a profile or do they just think that my disclaimer applies to everyone BUT them?...lol

SO many idiots on here...lol

**MY AD DISCLAIMER**
Do not waste your time contacting me and don't expect a reply if: you could be decribed as "a country boy", if you have a strong southern accent, if you email photos of just your cock and no face pic, if your email simply says "wanna fuck", if your email has more typos than words spelled correctly, if you are a woman, if you are a couple, if you are married, if your are not a white male."


MillsShipsGayly 51M

12/17/2005 12:52 pm

Very sorry. Situations liek that never ever leave you completely. We move on but always can remember the sick feeling.

After finishing my freshmen year in college, my grandfather picked me up and drove me home. He was 72 at the time. We had the best time, especially when he made a wrong turn and we got lost in NYC for a bit.

Anyway, he had a heart attack that night and my brother and I tried reviving him. We did not succeed. To this day, I can still remember (and won't gross anyone out here) most of the event.

As you know and probably have succeeded in doing, the best way to crowd out the bad memories is with good ones. Am sure you cared for your brother as much as we did for my 'pop-pop'.

That might have been sharing more than required but reading your post reminded me of him.

Good luck blogging. There are same good guys on here like ted and tiger. Don't let the jerks and morons get you down.


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