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I like to remain positive in life with most things. I rarely complain unless I've been totally mislead or lied to about something or another. I have met a few men on this site but I'm still trying to find the diamond in the ruff. I am doubtful that will happen, this isn't the place for that, I am slowly learning.
Yesterday was a brilliant, warm and sunny day in SF. The city was alive and vibrant. Between my classes, I decided to meet one boy in the park that I've been chatting with here on AdultFriendFinder for a few days.
When I arrived at the park, I sat on the hill facing the city. Delores park has amazing views of San Franciso. It's often a meeting place for political gatherings and protests. There is a feeling of revolution in the park. It's also a park of great diversity, sometimes it's a freak show out there but it's great fun on a sunny day when everyone is out.
So this boy rings me up and tells me he's at the park and what he is was wearing so I can identify him. He say's that he was sporting a tan business suit since he was in the financial district earlier on. So I'm looking for this tan suit.
I must have looked like a fool sitting there as this ample guy is walking around with shades on checking out everyone. I knew it was him but I played it cool and sat quietly. I felt like I was being sized up. He circled around and around and then finally come over and said hi.
I was so put off by that and I told him lying isn't cool. He said it was a joke and that only a fool would wear a tan suit. I did not find that to be unusual, it was beautiful day and a lightly colored suit seemed fitting. Also, his photo's showed a much thinner man.
This was not a good way to start off a friendship. I told him straight up that I thought he sucked, not in those words. I said that if you were not attracted me to you would've walked... he didn't know what to say, I truly put him on the spot, it was powerful to communication that.
I avoided him, making as little eye contact with him a possible. I ended up chatting with a couple of nannies near by and played with the children instead, showing them headstands for fun.
He got the point and took off. As I've said before, be real.