Giving it Up  

daisy_lincoln 47F
3002 posts
11/14/2005 8:45 am

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Giving it Up

How long after you've started dating someone do you think it's appropriate/respectful to start giving up your involvement on online dating sites?

Shark220 42M  

11/14/2005 9:17 am

Well from being cheated on before in past relationships I would have to say that the best thing to do is to quit seeing other people from dating sites if the two of you have started to see one another and no one else. But if you have agreed to see other people then that's up to you just remember that the other person might get jealous about it even thou they said it would be okay to date other people.

rm_friend4funxx 60M
1 post
11/14/2005 9:28 am

As soon as we start dating....I want you to give it up......I will if you will....
When do we start seeing each other.????
You are the Hottest woman on this site.......I would want you all to myself...

gnr8nrg 47M

11/14/2005 1:00 pm

I'd give it up once I know we are exclusive. On this site I might still blog and explain it to her, but if I want less trouble I'd sign off. If we hadn't reached an agreement on exclusivity then I wouldn't give it up.

mrx7777 38M
1 post
11/14/2005 1:52 pm

Daisy are you seeing someone and thinking about giving us up? I think the sky is falling and my perfect world crumpling from beneath my feet.

NickRules999 40M
9464 posts
11/14/2005 3:29 pm

I'm not sure I'd leave AdultFriendFinder. I met most of my friends on here. Course, with my luck, I'll be looking for my fallen angel for a really long time.

Come into my realm! You aren't afraid...are you?

rm_taploverxxx 52M

11/14/2005 3:57 pm

Hey Daisy

Depends on you and how you react to men and relationships. How quickly are you sure if 'he' is the one or not? Are you serious about him or is he just for fun? If he's just for fun, keep your membership and keep looking. If he's more than that, then you need to look inside and find the reason you're out here. Is it to find Mr. Right or to explore another side of yourself? If you're exploring, then keep your membership even if he's a keeper. Maybe he'll be the type the will want to explore, too.

There is no true etiquette in relationships darlin' - do what feels right and don't worry about the clock or the tradition. As long as you're fair and honest with the person you're with, no more can be asked of you.

Good luck with your new man baby doll


rm_littlejake18 47M/49F
35 posts
11/14/2005 4:45 pm

Just be honest. Everybody should be able to handle a little honesty.

kokpelli_999 62M

11/15/2005 8:37 pm

Seven years, and if need be include it in the prenup.

RaterWivesParty 57M
51 posts
11/16/2005 3:17 am

Daisy I don't think anyone should have to give up anything they have a passion for. It doe'snt matter what the passion is, just that you have one. Passion grow's. It grow's fonder and it will regress. As we do with all things in our live's. If you can show a strong passion for something it means that you can SHOW passion for another. The more you have the more it will be able to grow. Then you will have more to give If someone was to attempt to break that passion for anything you love then they dont love you. For any passion that grows inside you makes you a better and more passionate lover as well. As people, we will leave anything behind that gives us pain and we will strive to find pleasure. Anyone who stops your passion for something will loose the passion you had for them. If they dont like what you have a passion for, they should move on. If that hurts you, you will have more passion for them than you had for the other. The disicsion to leave the one for the stronger passion will then be yours. You will live happly ever after.

davinciluv 42M
1 post
11/16/2005 5:56 am

GUYS it's a FREAKIN WEBSITE, the point is to meet a lady who feels the same way you do about sex. It's not a big deal. If it doesn't work you can always join again.I'd give it up when I decided to concentrate on the lady I was dating.

Efilnikufecin69 48M

11/16/2005 6:56 am

Well, Daisy, Lianna and I have been going for months now, and we both stay here just for our Blog friends. I enjoy writing and sharing thoughts, ideas and stupidities. We decided to stay, we just shut our Profiles down, but we are alive and well in Blogland!

rm_nzane2 51M
1 post
11/16/2005 7:19 pm

That should be up to the individual. When the time is right it will happen.

Birch_Man 54M
5 posts
11/17/2005 8:09 pm

LilJake+Divinci is the way. Honesty, passion, being true to yourself are all key. If you find someone that can accept you when you are all of those and more, then you have it and should run with it. My gal (who I met here) and I still play around here for the shits n giggles of it, though we are monogamous - we enjoy the voyeurism and the exhibitionism of it. best of luck, and be Daisey-true. xoxo

rm_operatorb 57M
167 posts
11/19/2005 1:03 am

I myself beleive that,noone should tell you to not correspond with existing friends!If the pearson turns out to be the one to make you happy,he,or she,would allow friends to exist.Only if it doesn't ruin the relationship at hand!

Texbuxguy2 49M
58 posts
11/19/2005 10:48 pm

Immediately. I guess I am a little bit on the old fashioned side of the tracks. If I am in a relationship, then I am committed 100% and I would like the woman I'm with to be the same. I certainly wouldn't like it if the person I was involved with was still a paying member of an online site. I met a woman on E-Harmony and we were together for about two years. Took her back to Ohio to meet the family, explained how we met, thought everything was peachy. A few weeks later one of my cousins calls me to inform me that he tried the site out since he saw how happy I was. Turns out that one of his matches was my girlfriend. I didn't quite understand why she was still active. Once she and I hit it off and I realized that we were probably going to be a couple, I inactivated my profile. Finding out that she was still searching kind of pissed me off. Needless to say, we are no longer together, hence my inolvement with AdultFriendFinder...This has not been a very enjoyable experience. I'm done at the end of the month. I'll keep my profile as a standard member, but that's it. As I seem to be getting off of the subject, let me get back on track. I think that if both parties involved don't have a problem with it, then it's ok. I just think that if you find someone, you should commit...


Not obviously Jaded

rm_cowboyj28 43M
9 posts
11/20/2005 2:54 am

well i dont think anybody should be on here if they find there mate.they should quite as soon as u start dating someone.

NeedyMannaIcily 47M

11/22/2005 11:29 pm

I believe in giving my undivided attention to a woman, for however long we're seeing each other, whether it be two dates or two years, and I expect the same. I believe deserve that focus and I believe that anyone I'm interested enough to go out with even once deserves the same.

blowjobshere 60M/107F

11/23/2005 3:12 am

NEVER! Now you have a partner to meet other couples and groups. Grow up!

rm_Devon220 41F
15 posts
1/15/2006 11:05 pm

Daisy just as soon I lay my eyes on you i want to naked and in your bedroom having hot kinky sex

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