Let's Fuck - The Follow-Up  

sfvppl818 51M/51F
486 posts
5/20/2006 8:01 pm

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5/24/2006 10:42 pm

Let's Fuck - The Follow-Up

48 hours ago, I posted the following in a chatroom:

I want a man to bang me hard. So let'sjust fuck like animals!
Then I want to suck your cock until you pass out from cumming so much.
Do whatever you want to me; I just want to leave your place exhausted.

Mostly, I wanted attention and that is exactly what I got. 48 hours after I posted and 122 individual responses later, this was the product (there is some overlap, as sometimes replies fit into more than one category):

7 questioned my authenticity.

17 requested a response email before they produced pics, stats, or anything of substance (these folks were not included in the "questioned authenticity" column).

3 used conventional grammar.

22 were "ready to go," sight unseen.

5 sent a cock pic (I guess guys are finally listening to females' requests not to see cock pics before face pics).

36 sent face or clothed pics.

1 promised that he was very hot.

14 gave me a detailed account of what they planned to do with me.

10 were polite.

34 appeared to use their real full names.

2 were not currently residing in America.

33 sent me stats in lieu of pics.

6 impressed me and made me really want to reply.

4 were hot enough not to give me a second look if we had met in real life.

2 made me genuinely laugh (at their jokes, not at them).

2 were married.

2 wrote me poems.

2 sent me phone numbers.

1 requested sex as a birthday present.

5 used "cum" as a homonym for "come."

17 assumed that they were too late to get my attention.

7 emailed me more than once.

7 wrote as though they were sending a very formal cover letter for a coveted job.

2 emailed me pornography.

3 sent me emails with no text, just a subject line.

1 had two penises! (I can only assume that was a lifted pic but he seemed earnest in the body of his email.)

1 had puffy nipples. (got the queasies on that)

1 sent a picture of his guitar.

1 sent a picture of a boat harbor for some reason.

1 knows me in real life (although he does not know that, and gosh don't you know I can't get creative with that?).

4 claimed to have never responded to an AdultFriendFinder profile before.

1 threatened me if I did not reply to his email.

As for whether or not someone actually got me as a result of my original post ... well, some things a lady never spreads

HotTeas4U 46M/43F

5/20/2006 9:06 pm

I'm curious about your mood--scared. Did a reply scare you? The threat? The person you know? Or is your mood unrelated to the post? You generally seem unshaken by the range of comments your posts inspire.

sfvppl818 replies on 5/23/2006 10:35 pm:
First of all, thanks for the concern. Even the slightest examples of humanity should be recognized on AdultFriendFinder these days, and every time such an incident surfaces from the bowels of dysfunction junction - I find myself drifting into that deer in the headlights glare, only because the words "concern" and "compassion" and "empathy" would sooner make it in Mein Kampf than a lifeless emotional outbreak in AdultFriendFinder Blogland.

Secondly, and you may have just inspired another rant as I consider the food chain that both bites the hand that feeds the alter-egos in distress and takes the most unimpressive members by the hand for an everloving, holy-ghost-power bitch-slap. Each lonely minion and brazen simpleton receives enough salvation and motivation to mind alter itself through the use of bizarre syntax, discordant colors and uneven font sizes.

So for me to be scared or threatened or shaken by an alter-ego's brief flirtation with harsh reality would mean that I actually took a diseased mind - or treacherous soul - for a walk across my rooftop. Some of these chowderheads now have turned up the deception rotor blades to an even darker shade of shit storm. Take any topic, any topic at all. Try global warming from a Popular Science magazine. Our lonely trailer park mutant takes just a part of the article, does a find-and replace with several keywords - perhaps using the Book of Revelations for good measure - and you have a cryptic blog entry that could mean anything to anyone because it's cryptic.

Add a regular commentor from another state, usually of the opposite sex, and Sparky the Jiffy Lube janitor from Tupelo thinks he's got a social movement dedicated to Him and his secret obsession with Roxy down at the local Denny's. Holy Pathology, Batman! Wanna know how to identify this freak?

He never has a picture on his profile but all the women do. He comments on almost every post you make or repeatedly shows up on your "recent viewer" list, choosing instead the option of using his cutesy female complimenting creation. Just think mangina scene in Silence of the Lambs.

Nope, there isn't much I fear in here. I just find some of it tragic and move along. Sparky the Janitor just wants attention, because he can't get laid outside of his mind.

rm_balls4u57 60M
125 posts
5/21/2006 1:15 am

r u a statistian?

sfvppl818 replies on 5/23/2006 10:50 pm:
kant u spill?

TTigerAtty 63M

5/21/2006 5:55 am

22 were "ready to go" sight unseen! Interesting (scary) response to your chatroom posting!

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