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    Apr 12, 2015 2:11 AM GMT
    So most of you don't know me very well and this RJ "community" seems a lot less of a community than I think it has the potential to be. So I made the decision to put myself out there like I've seen a few other do and answer any questions asked of me. I figured this would be a good way for you guys to get to know me and vise versa.

    You can ask advice or even personal questions and I will give you my honest opinion/answer. icon_cool.gif
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    Apr 12, 2015 3:22 AM GMT
    Since this is a forum-driven site, having lost the team to foster an offline identity for RealJock with continued Bootcamp Resorts and pride booths, what potential do you see in the current version of RJ? What changes for the better would you like to happen?

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    What are two of your favorite youtube channels? One for goofing off/comedy, and the other for fitness tips and inspiration.
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    Apr 12, 2015 4:38 AM GMT
    no seriously why should I even care to ask u anything?

    Impress me with something about urself that is interesting.

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    Apr 12, 2015 3:31 PM GMT
    What is your puppy's name ?
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    Apr 12, 2015 3:52 PM GMT
    FN_R5000I saidSince this is a forum-driven site, having lost the team to foster an offline identity for RealJock with continued Bootcamp Resorts and pride booths, what potential do you see in the current version of RJ? What changes for the better would you like to happen?

    Also:
    What are two of your favorite youtube channels? One for goofing off/comedy, and the other for fitness tips and inspiration.


    I think real jock could be what they originally intended it it be. A place where Gay males to trade advice and ask questions. Some people don't have a good support system and sadly have to turn to the Internet for help. Currently RJ seems to be full of bored grown men who's favorite pass time is trolling. They should set in place guide lines to keep trolling to a minimum (and actually enforce the rules)

    I'm not very loyal to any YouTube channal in particular. I really only go on there to watch music videos. There is one channal I like called the skorpion show. Very funny and they basically just talk about celebrities and current events. I get all my fitness tips from Men's Health honestly lol
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    Apr 12, 2015 3:53 PM GMT
    Import saidno seriously why should I even care to ask u anything?

    Impress me with something about urself that is interesting.

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    If you don't feel like it's worth your time then you shouldn't
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    Apr 12, 2015 3:54 PM GMT
    neffa saidWhat is your puppy's name ?


    It's actually my sisters puppy. Her name is Rosci. My dogs name was Drakeford and he passed away a little over a month ago
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    Apr 12, 2015 4:34 PM GMT
    lol what an attention whore, but that can be forgiven cuz OP is hot! Damn.
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    Apr 12, 2015 4:47 PM GMT
    You're hot. Don't you think it's wrong of you to be off the market? I mean, isn't it kind of selfish?
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    Apr 12, 2015 4:49 PM GMT
    I know! and the BF isn't even nearly as hot. What a waste! icon_razz.gif
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    Apr 12, 2015 5:00 PM GMT
    Sharkspeare saidYou're hot. Don't you think it's wrong of you to be off the market? I mean, isn't it kind of selfish?


    Haha thank you. I know this isn't a serious question I'm gonna answer it anyway.

    I think it would be unfair if everyone wasn't given the chance to find love regardless who they are or what they look like. With that being said, I also think it's unfair for someone to tell you what you are and are not aloud to be attracted to. As far as selfishness goes, I can be a pretty selfish individual from time to time. That is one of my character flaws I've been working on recently. A small amount of selfishness is health though in my opinion. It keeps you grounded in what you want out of life and encourages people to live for themselves instead of other.
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    Apr 12, 2015 6:34 PM GMT
    If your boyfriend cheated on you would you break up? What if he told you instead of you catching him? What if it was with someone you knew? What qualifies as cheating to you? Sexting? Kissing? BJ? HJ? Bottoming? Topping?
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    Apr 12, 2015 7:30 PM GMT

    Hi HolyHex, nice profile, nice couple.

    So which one of you picked up da noive and declared love first?

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    Apr 12, 2015 7:32 PM GMT
    highforthis saidI know! and the BF isn't even nearly as hot. What a waste! icon_razz.gif


    Yeesh. *facepalm*

    That beer you're holding has more depth to it. icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 12, 2015 10:44 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi saidIf your boyfriend cheated on you would you break up? What if he told you instead of you catching him? What if it was with someone you knew? What qualifies as cheating to you? Sexting? Kissing? BJ? HJ? Bottoming? Topping?


    I believe any sexual contact with another guy is cheating. With that being said I would be upset if I caught him sexting and would assume he is cheating, but I wouldn't consider the act itself cheating. It's just dishonest in my opinion. Some people consider dancing with another guy cheating but I don't see any harm in that. Unless you are grabbing on each other inappropriately.

    If my boyfriend cheated on me that would be the end of our relationship. If he told me that he cheated, maybe we could be acquaintances later down the road. Cheating is a betrayal I could not look past. If it was someone I knew very well like a good friend or something, they would be on the same boat as him. If not, I would remove them from my life completely.
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    Apr 12, 2015 10:54 PM GMT
    meninlove said
    Hi HolyHex, nice profile, nice couple.

    So which one of you picked up da noive and declared love first?



    I met him here in Baltimore at end of December 2012 prior to going to training in California. He approached me at this gay bar/club in baltimore called Grand Central. We really hit it off then I had to leave town a little over a month later. We kept in contact and Skyped almost every day. On Memorial Day weekend he flew out to California to ask me if we can be offical. Training was over in July and I returned to baltimore. We have been together ever since.
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    Apr 13, 2015 7:36 PM GMT
    highforthis saidI know! and the BF isn't even nearly as hot. What a waste! icon_razz.gif


    I disagree with you , they both are bloody handsome !!
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    Apr 13, 2015 7:38 PM GMT
    Who has the biggest one ?
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    Apr 13, 2015 8:17 PM GMT
    HolyHex001 said
    meninlove said
    Hi HolyHex, nice profile, nice couple.

    So which one of you picked up da noive and declared love first?



    I met him here in Baltimore at end of December 2012 prior to going to training in California. He approached me at this gay bar/club in baltimore called Grand Central. We really hit it off then I had to leave town a little over a month later. We kept in contact and Skyped almost every day. On Memorial Day weekend he flew out to California to ask me if we can be offical. Training was over in July and I returned to baltimore. We have been together ever since.


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    Apr 13, 2015 8:31 PM GMT
    I'm going to sound like a total dick, but I'm going to ask anyway.

    You are in or near DC, possibly the biggest black gay mecca in the country, and yet you are dating a white guy who is not even half as attractive as you are. So my question is, have you tried dating black men in DC? If so, what was it like, and if not, why?

    EDIT: Also, what is it like dating a white guy? I'm just curious.
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    Apr 13, 2015 8:38 PM GMT
    neffa saidWho has the biggest one ?


    First, thank you for the support. I find my BF very attractive and obviously love him a lot. He's a great guy. He is bigger than I am
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    Apr 13, 2015 8:39 PM GMT
    HolyHex001 said
    neffa saidWho has the biggest one ?


    First, thank you for the support. I find my BF very attractive and obviously love him a lot. He's a great guy. He is bigger than I am



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    Apr 13, 2015 8:56 PM GMT
    Mulignan saidI'm going to sound like a total dick, but I'm going to ask anyway.

    You are in or near DC, possibly the biggest black gay mecca in the country, and yet you are dating a white guy who is not even half as attractive as you are. So my question is, have you tried dating black men in DC? If so, what was it like, and if not, why?

    EDIT: Also, what is it like dating a white guy? I'm just curious.


    Well I disagree with you. I found him very attractive with a contagiously positive personality. He is many of the things I looked for in a mate. I'm attracted to tall, masculine, and stable men. He is all three plus much more. With that being said he is not the only boyfriend I've had. The other two serious relationships I was in before him were with black guys. My other relationships ended because both of them were in the closet and I knew eventually I wanted to get married, have kids, the whole nine. My first BF told me straight up he is never planning on coming out. The second told me he would when the time was right. I started getting the feeling he never would and he never did. When we broke up, he started telling me if I got back with him he would but I was tired of the back and fourth. Obviously there was other issues with my past relationships but openness was the main deal breakers for me in both cases.

    Dating a white guy is the same as dating any other guy. I've been on plenty of dates with white and black guys and as far as I'm convened a guy is a guy. If I'm attracted to him then I give him a shot. I would say the only real difference is the reactions from people outside of the relationship. Most people are pleasant but there are some that hit on me aggressively and try to get me to hook up with them, using race as a motive. The same happens to him. Sure it happens to other couples the go out together as well.
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    Apr 14, 2015 12:38 AM GMT
    HolyHex001 said
    Mulignan saidI'm going to sound like a total dick, but I'm going to ask anyway.

    You are in or near DC, possibly the biggest black gay mecca in the country, and yet you are dating a white guy who is not even half as attractive as you are. So my question is, have you tried dating black men in DC? If so, what was it like, and if not, why?

    EDIT: Also, what is it like dating a white guy? I'm just curious.


    Well I disagree with you. I found him very attractive with a contagiously positive personality. He is many of the things I looked for in a mate. I'm attracted to tall, masculine, and stable men. He is all three plus much more. With that being said he is not the only boyfriend I've had. The other two serious relationships I was in before him were with black guys. My other relationships ended because both of them were in the closet and I knew eventually I wanted to get married, have kids, the whole nine. My first BF told me straight up he is never planning on coming out. The second told me he would when the time was right. I started getting the feeling he never would and he never did. When we broke up, he started telling me if I got back with him he would but I was tired of the back and fourth. Obviously there was other issues with my past relationships but openness was the main deal breakers for me in both cases.

    Dating a white guy is the same as dating any other guy. I've been on plenty of dates with white and black guys and as far as I'm convened a guy is a guy. If I'm attracted to him then I give him a shot. I would say the only real difference is the reactions from people outside of the relationship. Most people are pleasant but there are some that hit on me aggressively and try to get me to hook up with them, using race as a motive. The same happens to him. Sure it happens to other couples the go out together as well.


    Cool. I just meet a lot of black men who intentionally date only white guys so I'm always curious. You love who you love though, in the end.
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    Apr 14, 2015 12:56 AM GMT
    Mulignan said
    HolyHex001 said
    Mulignan saidI'm going to sound like a total dick, but I'm going to ask anyway.

    You are in or near DC, possibly the biggest black gay mecca in the country, and yet you are dating a white guy who is not even half as attractive as you are. So my question is, have you tried dating black men in DC? If so, what was it like, and if not, why?

    EDIT: Also, what is it like dating a white guy? I'm just curious.


    Well I disagree with you. I found him very attractive with a contagiously positive personality. He is many of the things I looked for in a mate. I'm attracted to tall, masculine, and stable men. He is all three plus much more. With that being said he is not the only boyfriend I've had. The other two serious relationships I was in before him were with black guys. My other relationships ended because both of them were in the closet and I knew eventually I wanted to get married, have kids, the whole nine. My first BF told me straight up he is never planning on coming out. The second told me he would when the time was right. I started getting the feeling he never would and he never did. When we broke up, he started telling me if I got back with him he would but I was tired of the back and fourth. Obviously there was other issues with my past relationships but openness was the main deal breakers for me in both cases.

    Dating a white guy is the same as dating any other guy. I've been on plenty of dates with white and black guys and as far as I'm convened a guy is a guy. If I'm attracted to him then I give him a shot. I would say the only real difference is the reactions from people outside of the relationship. Most people are pleasant but there are some that hit on me aggressively and try to get me to hook up with them, using race as a motive. The same happens to him. Sure it happens to other couples the go out together as well.


    Cool. I just meet a lot of black men who intentionally date only white guys so I'm always curious. You love who you love though, in the end.


    Yeah I hear you man... In my case anyway it' was not intentional. He approached me, I though he was a nice guy. We went on a few date and the rest is history. Like I said earlier I don't really care about that stuff. As long as I find you physically and mentally attractive, I would give it a shot.