Call Me, Maybe.

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    May 30, 2013 2:14 AM GMT
    How do men ask other men to call them?

    1. I don't recall ever learning through our culture about picking up guys for conversation.

    2. Women like to talk more than men. I do remember an account of Martin Amis enjoying conversing with Christopher Hitchens.

    3. Other than Real Jock Forums, how do you get your talk on?

    4. Are you a big talker with your activity friends? I used to go out for dinner with a racquetball partner after 2 hours of racquetball. In choir, we used to have lunch together after church before rehearsals or dinner together before performances or after performances. My old Toastmasters Club had a dinner break. Yep, we did the preliminaries 6:30 - 7p, dinner 7-7:30p, speeches and evaluations, 7:30-8:30.

    5. My ex and I always enjoyed talking on the phone. We were genuinely interested in each other.

    6. I used to talk with my tennis buddies as we walked from the middle of Central Park to Lexington Ave. (96 or 86 Streets).

    When and how do you get a guys phone number?

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    May 30, 2013 3:08 PM GMT
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    May 30, 2013 3:23 PM GMT
    Seriously? Maybe try 'call me sometime'. You need a forum for this? Hope is lost!
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    May 30, 2013 3:29 PM GMT
    eb925guy saidSeriously? Maybe try 'call me sometime'. You need a forum for this? Hope is lost!
    Exactly like is it really that difficult to just say "call me sometime" and either he will call you or not.If not keep your ass moving
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    May 31, 2013 2:08 AM GMT
    I hear men have trouble getting dates.
    After they get them, a vocal amount say they get the flake run-around.

    I'm over 45.
    Isolation IS an issue in the homosexual/bisexual world of men.
    All the discreet no strings attached (NSA) homosexual/bisexual men also put downward pressures on conversation satisfaction.

    I've had more friendship conversations with women than with men, if I were to estimate and divide all of my conversations into two groups, men are second to women and if I were to divide my male conversations, the homosexual-bisexual men would be a smaller percentage than the heterosexual men (for all intents and purposes).

    Even when I was in a choir, there were more walks, meals, and conversations with a heterosexual man.

    Now, when I had a lover and after we broke up, that particular man and I did speak a lot.

    I go to a bar every now and then on Friday nights but it hasn't produced phone conversations in my domestic life. At the health club, the same thing.

    Churches and meetup.com groups, same thing. I've had other social successes but not home building relationships.

    So, clan-building does need some input as I do what is necessary to enjoy dining room table, sofa, bedroom, and car now and in the years to come.

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    May 31, 2013 2:13 AM GMT
    Currently, I have to stay in the suburbs, which makes its contribution to the situation.