I have my cake, now where's my fucking fork?  

virtualgirl81008 47F
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3/30/2006 9:08 pm

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3/31/2006 6:29 am

I have my cake, now where's my fucking fork?

The age old saying of having your cake and eating it too has really come to light lately in my life.

Very much like eating cake in reality, you get a huge piece and as much as you like it, there comes a point where if you eat one more bite, you'll be sick. You have to stop dead in your tracks and put it aside.

Someone recently asked me to clarify what it was that I wanted. In general, I want attention from the opposite sex. That might be intellectual, sexual, or emotional on any given day. But whatever my appetite for attention, there comes a point, just like the cake, that it becomes overwhelming and it just needs to be set aside until my stomach can tolerate more.

Sometimes that attention can be forced upon us, like Aunt Betty who slices us a 4 inch slab when we asked for a sliver. Other times our eyes are just bigger than our stomachs. Regardless, the outcome is the same.

Maybe some people can't imagine how the attention could get overwhelming and not just feel great all of the time.It can really vary depending on what is going on in our lives.

Personally, things came to a screeching halt for me. I am mourning the loss of a special relationship. Now although it didn't crash and burn, it ended with a loving friendship. I find myself having my cake and being able to eat it too, and I just can't stand one more bite.


GardenGnome2006 60M

3/30/2006 9:51 pm

I promise to give you all the sexually intelligent attention that I can, in a way that is sincerely emotional......

... now gimme that cake

Seriously, thanks for an intellectually provocative post. For my part, I have lived by the belief that its not possible to stop loving someone, so if a relationship "ends" it mereley moves to another stage.


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