So lame.

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    Sep 11, 2010 5:14 PM GMT
    Time for another woe-is-me on Realjock.

    At the beginning of summer me and this guy were introduced, but he lives where I go to school so I wasn't able to meet physically all summer. We did text and msn and stuff like, everyday non-stop and skyped quite frequently. We really hit it off and got to know each other really well (as best as you can electronically I would say). And all summer I wanted it to end just so I could go back to school and finally spend some quality time together. On his facebook though I noticed him talking a LOT to this other guy, so I asked him about it and he told me the truth that the two of them were sort of seeing each other before I met him. They stopped because the other guy lived to far away and things wouldn't work out. I was told that he didn't really have feelings for him and that any feelings were just because it was so recent. He said he more feelings for me and wanted to really get to know me. Finally school starts and we hung out a bunch. But recently he seemed to be avoiding me and so I asked him if he was still interested and then I find out that the other guy is moving to Guelph. So needless to say I was just a temporary replacement until the real object of desire came along.

    So now we are supposed to be just friends lol. Thing is I'm not terribly upset, I sort of assumed this, it still hurts because I put in so much time and stuff and this was my first thing that sort of resembled a blossoming relationship, but now I'm just taunted with a taste of what a relationship is and it's only made me want one even more. There are so many really masculine uni guys, and they are what kind of guy I'm really looking for, but its impossible to tell if they are interested, is there ANY sure fire way of meeting with really masculine and athletic gay guys?
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    Sep 11, 2010 5:44 PM GMT
    I am sorry. Not most are ready for a relationship i guess or atleast to try settling down with one.
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    Sep 11, 2010 6:07 PM GMT
    Falling in love with someone over the internet is easy, but ultimately foolish. Until you are able to spend quality face-time together, all developing emotions and assurances there-of should be taken with a ton of salt.

    I assume that the guy played both his internet suitors and decided upon meeting with you that you are not IT. The other guy may get the same results upon moving there.

    How to meet athletic gay guys: Join a gay sports team.