No really and truly means NO.  

FillmeCreampie 38F
81 posts
4/19/2006 11:55 am

Last Read:
4/27/2006 7:23 pm

No really and truly means NO.


It's nice to be wanted and desired, but not so much by a person who you DO NOT WANT.

There is this guy BOBW80 who keeps writing me despite the fact that I have said NO.

Says I need time to think about it

That he is the real deal

He isn't used to having to jump through hoops for pussy.

1. You are part of a f/m couple! I dont do couples unless its 2 men. I dont like to have sex with people already in relationships. My karma doesnt need the additional trauma.

2. I have said no in about 4 polite and respectful ways that brooked no argument, yet you feel I need time to think about it? Umm.. I know my own mind dude. It has no interest in you.. period.

3. It's MY fault you are jumping through hoops? Umm.. your pain is SELF-INFLICTED buddy. I didn't tell you to go through all these motions for me. NO means NO. Please allow your female partner to lessen the sting. That is what she is there for.

I wonder if you chase her with the same vigor you use to pursue me? Hmm....

4. 99.9% of the men here are serious about getting laid. Nothing new to that story and I dont have trouble finding men who want sex..

it's finding men I WANT to have sex with.. LMAO.

Jeez.. where are the coping skills gents?

Ladies, are you having this issue with the guys too? B/c really...

no means no.

twirly_girl 48F

4/19/2006 8:53 pm

Yeah... I've had a couple of those. After a couple polite emails and they still pursue me? I block them.
LOL

-Nikki


FillmeCreampie replies on 4/20/2006 7:20 am:
Amen! That is exactly what ended up happening.

rm_wind27382 34M
9 posts
4/25/2006 10:59 pm

don't be so harsh some men get side tracked and the site of a beatiful women and can't think strait.


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