Is it just me or do most men think with the head below their waist?  

sincitybrunette 55F
3159 posts
7/17/2005 2:45 am

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Is it just me or do most men think with the head below their waist?

Tonite was suppose to be one of those nights out with a friend. Someone that has been in my life for a very very long time. His trip into town had been planned since Memorial Day. A trip planned before I met the current man in my life.

When he called me last week to remind me that he was coming, I told him that I was attached and that things would not be the way he thought they would be. We could visit and have dinner, but I would be going home alone. He said that was good with him, he just wanted to spend some time with me and get caught up. When I told my current interest that he was still coming and that we had made plans for dinner and a show, he was fine with it.

Today when my friend came into town and called to verify what the plans were....I asked him straight out, what he thought the night would bring. Can you believe he told me that we would be in bed together before midnite. I laughed and then realized that he was completely serious. I told him that it was not going to happen and then decided that it would be best to just skip the entire night completely.

So, my big night out turned into dinner and a movie with my kids. A night that I really wound up enjoying.

So ladies (and gentlemen), is it just me, or do men really think that dinner and a show actually earns them the opportunity to take us to bed?

sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
7/17/2005 3:06 pm

Kate - thank you for your comment. I guess that ALL men is being a little to general. There are some very good ones out there....

rm_Trc59 57M
2 posts
7/17/2005 3:12 pm

Well .. i know there are lots of men out there that think dinner and a movie = a romp in the sack .. but personally .. a dinner and a movie equal just that .. dinner and movie. Anything else that might happen is up to the invitation of the lady.


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
7/18/2005 11:14 am

TRC - Nice to know that there are still a few gentlemen out there.... I am sure that you get that invitation more than most....

Harshaw - 3 dates??? I guess you would know whether or not you were attracted by then. I personally like dating someone who isn't expecting a romp in the sheets just because he paid for dinner... Like TRC said...that romp should be an invitation not an expectation..

rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
7/19/2005 7:45 am

Sin, now you understand why my driver's license has No Comment under the sex designation. Most embarrassing.

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Funin89012 55M

7/19/2005 11:27 am

Thanks sincitybrunette for the compliment. By the way, I just figured out how to use these groups people join.

sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
7/20/2005 7:12 am

tall - something tells me that you are not in the category of men that I wrote about.....

funin - welcome to the world of comments

artistforexploit 60M

7/21/2005 3:20 am

To some people, going out for dinner or a night out means that there will have to be a reward for the services offered, something of a socially accepted prostitution.
Some people need to really take a look at their value systems & adjust their way of thinking, because sex can be had for a price anywhere, anytime, there are professionals out there for that.
Glad you had a good time with your kids. It's those times when you spend your time wisely that the rewards are great.

jonnyblong 55M

10/3/2005 12:55 am

No there is no sure reason to have that type of assumption, if that was the case then I'd be like wilt Chamberland and had sex with 10,000 woman. Growing up in my hometown I had girlfriends(not lovers) that did the movies, horseback riding, rapids, hang-gliding,camping, concerts,and honest truth was a virgin until I was 25. My choice had tons of handjobs from the girls no blow-jobs either.

sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/9/2005 10:29 pm

jonny - I love getting to know more about you...please keep sharing

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