Oh friends...  

rm_loneremily 34F
380 posts
7/27/2006 8:40 am

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8/8/2006 4:58 pm

Oh friends...

My days of pissing around on the comp all day will come to a close on Monday--as the background/credit/piss checks all came out clean.

But this is GOOD news (it's boring lazing around the house... And it will be GREAT to go grocery shopping with more than one or two essentials to buy (I'M THINKING--PIZZA, ICE CREAM, BEER, CHIPS, COOKIES, STEAK, TILAPIA, AND ALL OF THE FRUITS AND VEGGIES I CAN THROW IN MY CART WITHOUT CRUSHING CHILDREN!!!)

Anyhow, I'd like to thank my friend, Gossip_Anyone for the high praise (because I like a good ego-stroking)... Hers is one of my fav blogs because she always has funny stories and pictures. Whatever her job is, it's the coolest in the world--because she surf the net all day long.

To the topic I wanted to post about...

A little more than a month ago, I got this message from this guy named FLAW_LS. He said he wanted to meet, or whatever--and that the reason his profile stated a couple was a long story that he could tell me about...

WELP--I didn't believe him. I figured his g/f wanted to try (or was willing to appease his desire for) a threesome. He didn't want to pay for another profile, so he was a double-dipping cheater.

He sent me a couple of messages that I didn't bother to read--and then he gave up (thankfully).

As my readers know; my bud Elsabet joined up with AdultFriendFinder. She's only been on but a few weeks--and she's been going at it like crazy. For those of you that think I have no restraint... You need but meet my good friend--she's a freak of nature (I love her to death, though).

So, yesterday, I get a message from FLAW_LS with the subject line: "Meet your friend"

He meant to type: "Met your friend" but he's an idiot.

Anyway, his message was to the effect of: "I met your friend yesterday and she told me a lot about you and told me to message you because we have a lot in common."

It struck as horrifically creepy--red flag if ever there was one. I replied: "What did she say?"
Meaning: "what did she tell you about me?"

He sent a message back: "She said you relly missed out cuz you got kids an I like kids an we like the same stuff and you should email..."

He left all of his contact info--I GOT PISSED!

I flipped open my phone and asked her what she told him about me.

"Nothing. I just said that you had three kids and were really busy and that's why you didn't get back to him."

I sent the lying sack of shit a piece of MY mind:


I realize the message was tactless. Don't mess with a single mom of three like that. I'm sorry--don't tell me that I've "Missed out--" That shows that you're full of yourself.

And as far as the liking kids thing... If I'm seeing you from this site... You WILL NOT have any contact with them, unless you actually plan on being my FRIEND.

My night life and day life WILL NOT mix, unless I wish them to.

Golly he made me angry--I had to spit! *Giggles*

Wouldn't YOU feel uncomfortable with messages like that?

rm_JPinBR 47M
3 posts
7/28/2006 3:43 am

ok, THAT would just be creepy.

LunarIncubus 38M/35F

7/28/2006 8:12 am

Lol Yeah a bit scary. I hope you don't view me sending you some of my contact info like that though. *hides under a rock and peeks out watching for impending doom*

Choozmi 51M

7/29/2006 12:51 pm

The guy was a dork, of course, but the person I would really be mad at is your friend. She had no business leading the dork to believe he had any sort of chance with you.

What she should have said to him was "If Emily (?) had wanted to reply to you she would have. Move on."

rm_loneremily 34F
328 posts
7/29/2006 2:17 pm

I'm not too happy about her bringing me up whenever she goes on a "date" with someone from a f f. Frankly, I'd rather she didn't.

Believe it or not, she's shy--she doesn't know what to talk about.

I'm also a bit pickier than she is. So someone SHE has no problem casually screwing--I may very WELL have a problem with screwing.

But you know--I don't think she lead him on. When I was on the phone with her, though--I told her: "Look! I didn't answer him for a reason!"

It's ok. It's no big deal.

And the creepy part wasn't giving me the contact info... It was a stranger inquiring about me so much--knowing information that I didn't share. That shit gives me the creeps. I think my friend doesn't mind losing control because she wants to be a sub.

I think that PLAYFULLY that could be fun--but not to any degree that I might ACTUALLY lose control.

Gossip_Anyone 42F

8/5/2006 2:35 pm

I am a full time mommy! owning a retail business isn't too bad!

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