Have you seen my balls?  

ruready4adark1 56M
143 posts
9/12/2005 5:40 pm

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Have you seen my balls?

I admit, I don’t fit the typical “manly man” mold. I admit there is a certain softness inside of me that I don’t try to hide. So?!

Call it what you want, soft, whipped, emasculated, pussy-whipped, I‘ve heard them all. Some see it as weakness, but I know it is part of my strength. If you know me you know there is nothing soft about me, yet everything about me reeks of tenderness. Just like Secret, I’m strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

Without further ado, I admit...

I like to cuddle. Wrap your arms around me and snuggle up close on a cold, snowy Sunday morning in bed as we sip hot chocolate and check out the sales in the paper. That makes me feel warm inside.

I like romantic, sappy movies and, yes, I cry. Sleepless in Seattle, Doctor Zhivago, It’s a Wonderful Life, Breakfast At Tiffany’s…

I would rather spend a night with a glass of wine, a couple good friends, and conversation about love and relationships than be out at the bar with “the boys”.

I love kittens and puppies and little baby elephants.

I love to bring you flowers just to see the look in your eyes as you inhale and smile.

I sometimes cry at weddings. I like weddings.

I love to look at myself in the mirror, especially after I workout and get pumped.

I love myself.

I love the smell of a newborn baby.

It warms my heart to see old people holding hands. Still.

I believe in forever.

I believe in love

I love to be in love.

Sometimes I cry for no reason at all.

I always read all the directions before assembly.

rm_mustluvplus2 57F

9/12/2005 7:34 pm

Yes RU...I've seen your balls. I love the softside of a man...it actually turns me on. But I've seen you when you have an opinion (you know what I mean) and you fight for what is right! I've not seen the literal ones but you have them...they are there.
I love a man who can cry at a wedding with me, loves puppies, will cry at movies and isn't afraid to show he's in love.
There is certainly nothing wrong with it. Just shows what a great HUMAN BEING you are.
** Aren't those directions a bitch sometimes?

rm_saintlianna 45F
15466 posts
9/13/2005 3:21 pm

Only a true man could admit those things about themselves, I love baby elephants too.

BenefitsFriend69 57M/60F

9/14/2005 11:13 pm

AH come on ru, you're just saying all that stuff to get laid! Or, you're gay (which I doubt).

Joking of course. Beautiful. Again we find more evil twin connections.

BenefitsFriend69 57M/60F

9/14/2005 11:15 pm

PS--Where's your top 100 list? Splippyjo, kick his ass!

ruready4adark1 56M

9/16/2005 10:55 am

Mustluv, thank you for your kind words.

Saint, that's what I was thinking, but a lot of women don't want a man with "feelings".

BF (smartass) I actually thought this type of stuff would diminish my ability to get laid here. Since I'm not looking for a relationship (or a woman who is looking for one) I can only assume those qualities aren't as important as the quality of the sexual experience we would share.

My top 100. . . Um. . . I'm a little bit behind but I should have one here soon.

sis38 49

9/19/2005 8:57 pm

i really enjoy what you got to say up front honest and willing to be open feelings are good and for me it is growth.

ruready4adark1 56M

9/22/2005 10:54 am

Sis, I'm all about growth (pun intended) and moving forward. It's an easy thing to say it in a blog or letter, but also easy to stumble on good intentions and fail to live it. I've always been told that it doesn't matter how many times you fall down, it's how many times you get back up. However, I think after making the same mistakes over and over we have to say enough is enough at some point. I think by living with more feeling in the open I am less likely to stumble. I profess my beliefs and expect to be held accountable.

I'm rambling.

Thanks for stopping by Sis. Come back soon!

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