home from the meet and greet -- hostage taking  

rm_abutoo2 45M
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4/23/2006 1:05 am

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home from the meet and greet -- hostage taking

Well, I had a great time. I didn't visit and chat with anyone. Since a nightclub isn't conducive to conversation. I'm pretty much a voyeur in large social situations anyhow. And man, what a view.
Love watching sexy ass women shake them sexy asses. Love watching unsexy ass drunk men and women make total fools of themselves. And then... the buffet of line dancing! Man... lol. The bull riding was awesome, except for the dude that broke his leg.
Even had sexy ass Rochelle rubbing that sexy ass up against me for a minute . And yeah Rochelle, if you read this... pretty damn sexy baby. Anyway, happy memories, and I'm glad I went. Didn't make any new friends, but didn't lose any old ones, lol.

It did occur to me tonight though. If you're in a relationshiop, and your partner doesn't understand that you talk to other MOS's in a public situation and they get mad / jealous, because you're talking to another person, in public. Is that a relationship or is that hostage taking?
I don't know about anyone else, but I don't need a woman in my life bad enough that I'm going to not talk to any other women. I'm not talking about giving them the old eye fucking and the wink either. I'm just talking being a bit friendly and extroverted. Either there is trust or there is no trust. Shit...
damn... some people need to have faith. Not only that, but there are all kinds of fish in the sea. I'm not going to spend my time wondering what other people are doing. If they're gonna screw around, they're going to screw around. Whether I worry about it or not, it's going to happen if that's the way they are. If they don't want to be with me, that's cool too. I'm not going to change myself a whole bunch unless there is something I'm doing that's harmful. Anyway, bit of a rant.

What do you think? relationship or hostage control?


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