rm_markidx 51M
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11/1/2005 9:31 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm


I don't even know where I am tonight. I think the best I can manage is disgust. I must have hit a string of bad profiles today and they just irk me. OK, we all agree that we have our individual tastes, and we're all here for our own reasons. But is it really necessary to go to the extent of being offensive?

Has someone really messed with these women that they would go immediately on the offensive and exclude, oh, 99% of the potential matches, some of which might actually be decent guys if given half a chance? Talk about glass houses.

I was surfing the cams, and while there are some very attractive women on, their profiles leave me wondering, "Why are you here then???". Don't get me wrong, there are some very attractive, sweet women on the cams. I don't know if I can (or should) mention them by handle, but one very attractive blond nurse is always fun to watch, because she's having fun! Imagine that!

I also saw the first the woman I ever saw on the cams here at AdultFriendFinder tonight. She never gets undressed, she chats with everyone, she is one of the friendliest people I know of, and she is gorgeous. I haven't figured out how to keep my eyeballs from spinning in the Webcam Fun Room, otherwise I'd be right there talking with her.

Unfortunately, these seem to be the exception, not the rule. The rule seems to be predicated upon exclusion, not inclusion. So many profiles talk in such subjective terms that one could easily find themselves asking, "is that me, or not?" Descriptions like, "they must have a large c***", leaves me wondering, "what do you consider large?" I consider myself strictly average (6 to 8 inches, although I've never actually measured), but some women will consider this small, others large. Size is literally in the eye of the beholder. But it's not just about men. Women as well have the stigma pertaining to breast size. I don't care about size, they're all beautiful. Besides, I consider HOW you use what you're given to be far more important. What good is a big anything if the person it's attached to has the IQ of a common garden variety mushroom? There are stores where you can purchase equipment that big without having to be concerned that you might actually have to talk to it!

These trappings are all so superficial. But more to the point, I really wonder if the people writing these profiles truly understand that they might actually be putting off their dream mate just by the attitude they've choosen to adopt? I think most people realize that they can't be all things to all people, why is necessary to tacitly rub it in their faces?

So how about it, folks? So you get the occasional email from "sweaty betty" or "elephantman Earl", or worse yet, *ME*. Use the "Delete" button, that's what it's there for. But try to be considerate of your audience in your profile. This is your public face here and should reflect openness and acceptance, not closed minded, self righteous rhetoric that seeks to shut out your idea of "bad" people. In the end, I'd bet that your hits on the "good" would go way up if you just lightened up a bit on the people who are your idea of the "bad". Even if I'm not your ideal, at least allow me the luxery of believing that I could be.


rm_markidx 51M

11/2/2005 8:01 pm

I just love being a bad influence!!!


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