No PARKing Allowed  

HotTXpussy4U 49F
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3/9/2006 5:53 pm

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3/10/2006 10:39 am

No PARKing Allowed


I've heard of "parking" before, but never actually came across the term - until last night.

I had made a date for dinner. Yes, with someone from this site - which I've yet to determine if this was why the term came up or not.

Anyway, dinner went good. We talked about all sorts of topics. The one thing I have determined in meeting guys from this site (compared to "normal" dating sites) that conversation flows pretty easily. If you have taken some time to get to know each other..then that makes it all the easier. Yes, we talk about this site, people we've met, weird emails that we come across, webcam shows, etc. I think it's great that all topics can be spoken about. What a great way to get to know someone.

But I digress from the dinner - sorry.

So we had a good dinner and conversation. He then walked me out to my car...as we getting closer to mine.. he asked if I wanted to go sit in his car. RED FLAG...I had given him no indication that I was on that path of thinking. Not through dinner conversation. So, I politely said "No, I'm going to go home and beat the weather, and get gas" (Yes, there were severe storms in the area). He says okay...and we move to my car.

Right there I had thought I had made it pretty clear I was leaving.

Let's just say that after putting my stuff in the car and turning to give a quick kiss - Yes, he was a nice guy and we had a nice time during dinner...so I gave him a kiss goodnight. It was nice. I turned and got in the drivers seat. He then made a comment about "was I sure I didn't want to go PARK"...and I said, no thank you.

As I said in the beginning...I've heard the term, just never aimed towards me. "Parking" was something that my parents did. Or was it my grandparents.. I don't know. LOL - But it struck me as odd...which is another RED FLAG. Did I mention that he is at least 10 years older than me...does that make the difference?

So whether it was the age...or just ploy to get me to do whatever in his car... I left.

Since then he and I have communicated. I knew he would probably ask to see me again. I told him pretty much word for word whatI said above. Flags and all. He was very polite and seem to understand.

So What Did I Learn:

That different generations handle dating differently.
That I should always keep my guard up.
That I am a strong woman and I can say No
That it's okay to be honest with someone if it doesn't click.

I didn't mean for this to sound bad against the guy I saw.. 90% of the time, perfect gentleman....the 10% just didn't match what I was looking for.

Hope everyone is doing well!

gnr8nrg 47M

3/9/2006 11:43 pm

I had a cop come up on me and a date when we were making out. That was embarrising, but I was 22 and it was her idea. Really, it was.


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