Pandora's Box????  

yagottalikit 49F
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6/23/2005 3:10 am

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Pandora's Box????


Ahhhhh...the beautiful world of technology we live in! You can find ANYONE you desire.....and they can find you, as well. I've suddenly been thrust into the middle of memory lane....no! Memory Freeway! During rush hour!

The last time I played this game of "How have you been the last 20 years?"......I ended up a completely changed woman. I somehow started corresponding with my first love, thanks to the Almighty People Search Engines. Alas......my heart still skipped a few beats (probably because I was still looking at our pictures as 18 year olds.) Nonetheless, eventually his work required (allowed) travel to my hometown! Imagine the odds. By this time nothing could stop me from that "for old time sake" week of pure ecstasy. This led to my acceptance of the back-door entry thing. Yes. 15 years later the love of my life....my everything.....taught me to love anal sex. Well. That was about 4 years ago.....

So, now I have been contacted by yet another fond memory. Imagine my eyes widening with (almost) fear of what THIS will lead to. I'm sure you all will find out as soon as I do.

My question is this........should we really be trying to find those long-lost loves? I wonder what the statistics are regarding successful reunions vs heartbreaks....

Whaddaya think?

Yagotta get it soft and wet so we can kick/stick it


Nubiandream004 55M

6/25/2005 9:17 am

I think it's natural to wonder how life turned out for people who were once important to us but are no longer a part of our lives. The key to answering your question lies in your expectations once you've found the person. If many years have passed, 'life experiences' may have caused changes to the person and you may not 'recognize' them or see them as you did before. If distance is also a factor it becomes even more difficult to re-establish a romantic or emotional bond. Re-establishing a purely sexual bond is much easier, and as you found in your previous experience, can be very rewarding because you're more apt to experiment since you already have a connection with the person.

I guess what I'm saying is if distance and time are factors and you're trying to have more than a purely sexual relationship, you'll be back to "square one." You'll need to get to 'know' the person all over again, establish communication, trust, etc. If all you're looking for is a sexual reunion...it's a lot less complex.

That's my fifteen cents...


gooodslammin7 49M

7/1/2005 1:45 am

Wow, my High School Sweetheart...Love to see her again. I like your writing style.


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