Necrophilia: What are your chances?  

rm_qsafe 72M
7 posts
10/16/2005 4:42 pm

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Necrophilia: What are your chances?

Far be it for me, a fee paying member, to criticise our broadminded host, but has anyone else noticed how many dead people there are around offering their bodies on AdultFriendFinder?
On my hotlist page there is a link on the left “View members you'll be interested in“.
Always interested in titillation, off I go. An enthusiastic prowl through the willing and able suggested members revealed some disappointments. Ignoring the ones who haven’t been online for six months or so ‒ they might just be still busy with their last foray into the underworld ‒ I found 5 “Suggested Members” who hadn’t been around for one year (gethwood - April 11, 2004, saucynkinky - July 13, 2004, geek20003 - July 6, 2004, aprilanddawn - November 9, 2004, anytime696998 - October 10, 2004) and my dream couple
tightpussy2fuck was last online on October 27, 2003.
Since I trust AdultFriendFinder’s computer and it has my profile stored in its nether regions, obviously I am considered to be into necrophilia. Perhaps I just haven’t realised this and AdultFriendFinder is enlightening me about the joys of cold storage and deep-frozen sperm. Some of the dead meat could certainly raise an erection in the right circumstances, but will our association be everlasting? Am I that near to the great divide that 10% of my desires are already dead? Is someone trying to tell me something?
Or am I just being fucked?

ChevvyV8 69M
2 posts
11/23/2005 3:59 am

Strangely enough, I have noticed exactly the same, one lady I viewed hadn't been on since 2000, so I emailed FF to suggest that if anyone doesn't log in for (say) six months, their profile should be turned off. They replied (surprisingly enough) and said that some of these people ARE still active, but that they choose to view privately, which you or I could do too, if we wanted. Why they wish to do that I can't understand, surely they are here on AdultFriendFinder and rthe other related sites to give themselves as much exposure as possible, and hiding behind a privacy barrier, or even an "ask me for a photo" avatar seems to be counter-productive.

I have been chatting online with a couple of ladies, but their profiles both say that they haven't been on line for weeks, I asked one of them why this was, and she told me that she was inundated with emails etc., and felt obliged to turn herself off in order that she would be able to cope.

The basic problem, as I see it, is that there are approximately 33 times as many men on these sites as there are ladies, so they get all the free viewing, whilst the likes of you and me have to pay for it.

Ain't it always the same?

Regards, Iain, in Rugby.

educatedaccent 66F
298 posts
7/20/2007 10:42 am

Highly amusing.
Delighted to hear how much in demand we ladies are.

Now, I look only at men. Occasionally I find the same problem as you do. A man is clearly writing today on a magazine, yet when I click on his profile, out of curiosity, actually to find out if he lives nearby, he has vanished.

I conclude that:
a) He is married and his main activity is watching nude women perform on cam.

b) He is married and only goes on line third weekend in August when his wife is away visiting her Mum and he hopes for live action.

c) He is married and retired or works from home shares rooms with the wife. He is off line until she goes out in the garden. He hastily switches on and is there for half a minute but she walks in again and, oh, damnation, the poor guy rapidly switches off and is pretending to talk to their parrot. (I wrote budgerigar which was funnier but couldn't be bothered to use the spell checker.) If anybody knows the answer, please tell me if I am right.


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