i'll never find my soulmate  

Gossip_Anyone 42F
974 posts
7/2/2006 1:20 pm

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7/5/2006 2:39 am

i'll never find my soulmate

short and to the point


bigboysat23 48M

7/2/2006 2:17 pm

Keep looking....you'll find your Prince Charming...or princess.....maybe yoou need to look at some guys who are 36 years old and is typing this post...wink wink say no more....bigboy


Dowd3 44M

7/3/2006 6:30 am

Well... I have my doubts about that. You have a great deal to offer a man (it IS a man you're looking for isn't it?) I'm sure I don't have to point out that you are a woman, and that seems to be a popular choice among men for soul mates. Surveys show that men of finer taste do prefer women nearby (James Bond, Romeo, Casanova, just to name a few.) "Men, as an organization, are getting more women than any other private interest in the world," to paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld. Where women are concerned, we men have a man working on it.

I also have to point out that as for emotional ties, you have enough to spare. Kids, endo, family, medication, etc... it makes for more than enough for any two men (do I remember you saying you were a freekaziod in bed as well?) You have enough emotion to require specialists soul mates for every hour of the day (it's lunch time, send Humphrey over. The kids are due back from school, send over Brad to scandalize them with the racket from the bedroom.) In my experience it takes a team of trained professionals to deal with a modern woman anyway, so a man (IT IS MAN YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ISN'T IT?) would never be bored with you.

From your posts, I gather you have many varied interests. While some call this hedging your bets, I prefer to point out that this merely narrows the field down to a few, quality men. It isn't everyone who can keep up with you, so you can afford to be choosy.

I keep telling you about your beauty (and I'll keep at it until you believe me) so you have nothing to worry about. Well... maybe I'm being a little naive here. I'm sure every low-life, peckerhead on Earth flock to your door wanting a piece of you mixed in with the quality candidates. Separating the pricks from the soul mate must be a tiresome chore, and I'm sure the process begins anew every day. So yes, I suppose you do have something to worry about.

I'll admit this is a bad place to judge how good a friend you are (skepticism about the genuine qualities of someone you met on line? Who'd 'a thunk-it?) But the depth of feeling you have, the humor you manage to maintain, and the mind lurking on the other side of your words leaves only the final tests of greeting and time.

As for the commitment: it's my opinion that the final, clinching proof of that takes a lifetime. All else is gamble.

Should I throw my hat in the ring? Probably not. It is one thing to talk of such madness, but quite another to give in to it. As a man (oh dear Lord! all I have is a wang between my legs to offer for your affections! I'm soooo screwed!) I'm necessarily flawed. My life has produced it's fair share of baggage that any good friend wouldn't burden you with. My interests may be varied, but I have no idea if they coincide with yours. My capacity to commit has been tested and proven to be, if somewhat stronger than my contemporaries, somewhat lacking just the same.

So what should I tell you when such a simple statement is so terribly, terribly wrong. (Quite allot so far.) Keep hope. ...And! accept any invitations I might throw your way.

Take care.


Gossip_Anyone 42F

7/4/2006 2:48 am

what kind of invites?


Dowd3 44M

7/4/2006 9:33 am

Nothing you couldn't handle on a dull day. My sister's family is heavily into fireworks and they give a display several times a year. Trouble is I don't have much to say to these people, so the time spent waiting for the sun to go down is usually spent in some fair degree of boredom. Someone to converse with while I'm in town. Stuff like that. If you think I'd be so bold as to make a grab at you under such circumstances, let me assure you I believe every word you say when you describe yourself as a bitch not to be trifled with. I think my simple mind can grasp that reality.


Gossip_Anyone 42F

7/5/2006 1:42 am

im not a bitch.....but thanks for the compliment??????????
I joke with all those things...I never thought someone would believe it... um thanks for the insult


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