sensualart42 46F
162 posts
4/28/2005 9:07 am

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he didn't show as he had to meet with a client. He said he was taking Thursday off next week tho so we can get together then. Goes wiht the territory with a guy like him,disappointment,cancellations at the last minute..what u think?! He is cute and i m not involved with anyone so..somethin for me to do and someone to spend time with. What u think of it,being with a married guy?! have u ever been with a married person?! What was it like for u?!

me, I like this pic. Has an orange fil on it. Way light played on it,has shadows too,pretty. What u think of it?!

rm_tea35700 50M

4/28/2005 9:57 am

hello sensualart how are you were are you from im in philly hope to here from you buy

rm_tea35700 50M

4/28/2005 10:03 am

i forgot that picture is very sexy i would have been there.
take care and hope to here from you.


rm_txrose4uNTX 59F
3289 posts
4/28/2005 10:21 am

That is one reason I don't like dating married men. I have done it in the past, but always felt like I was second best. I remember Patrick Swaze saying to Baby "Noone should ever treat you like you are second best!" in Dirty Dancing.

I want more out of life ... and knowing that, if we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together, there wasn't another in his hip pocket. I want it all... and have the opportunity for a future with the man I am with, if there is to be a future.

There are many single men who would probably be dying to be with you.... Don't settle for second best, if you don't want to.


Wjrnewlov 46M
6 posts
4/28/2005 11:33 am

The whole married guy thing isn't a good idea because you want someone when you want them-not wait.The picture looks great,the hair and the ample bosom-please post another one.


Apolybear 55M

4/30/2005 11:26 am

I've dated married women before, but they had open marriages like I do. I just think you're opening yourself up to unwanted drama when you get involved with someone who's deceiving his spouse. You really have no idea how a spouse will respond to being cheated on. Remember the woman in the news who ran her husband over with her car when she caught him with his lover? But, that's an extreme...

wanakissuallover 58M
411 posts
8/2/2005 8:18 am

Just had a "thing" with a married lady recently (legally divorced by the time we did the "nasty"). Bad situation all around. Told her from the first i wasn't interested in anything permanent or serious with her and repeatedly told her that (we met at school). By the time i realized she was listening to what i was saying but not hearing a word of it, it was almost a fatal attraction thing. I broke it off totally with her (thankfully she'd switched to night classes by then). Don't want to see ya or talk to ya at all, even at school. A week later, she reported to the school, that i wouldn't quite following her around and she might have to drop out of school because of me.
I'm now stuck w/that on my record (thankfully she didn't make a formal complaint, no telling what would have happened then) despite having wittness(2 fellow students, both female, and 1 teacher male teacher) who could attest to the fact that they saw her looking for me on many occasions. She also brought up personal phone calls, to the school officials, that happened between us away from school (and then, only that first month we saw each other before i saw she was literally a mental case/severe depression etc./ and toned down our relationship).
Instead of investigating it the schools stand is that if i want it expunged from my record, i'm on my own to do that. Otherwise it stays on my record.
So, my advice is Don't mess w/married people seperated or otherwise.

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