Nov 19, 2009 3:08 PM GMT
Do you get the feeling that guys who write long, intensive, "About Me's" and "What I like" in their profiles would probably be very hard to get along with in person?
wrestlervic saidDo you get the feeling that guys who write long, intensive, "About Me's" and "What I like" in their profiles would probably be very hard to get along with in person?
Pinny saidoooooo judge me next.
That said...I'm a writer and always say too much, write too much, talk too much.
Political, religious or other cultural manifestos indicate someone who likes to talk a lot but not really listen much at all. This also tends to be someone who only likes people who completely agree with everything they say and think. There is no line between fact and opinion here.
theantijock saidCelticmusl saidThis is a fairy tale. Are you saying we are all fairies? Do the fairies amuse you? j/k
Checked out a bar for the first time near my new location the other night. Some guy, guessing mid 30s, tries to get into my pants, all the while telling me how looks don't matter (but he thinks I'm really good looking), telling me it's the substance of a person, not his outward appearance (while he comments on how masculine I am) and then he doesn't even have the decency to tell me woof, (but instead just grabs my ass). I'm 52 and I've seen this all before.
So, ya, well, (got that you're kidding but since I'm on a roll) I'm not that gay. I'm not even into fairy tail. It just seemed so goldilox a presumption. This guy won't even show his fucking face, that guy told me too much about himself. My hot list precludes you from even emailing me. What's the difference between reading someone's tea leaves at a bar or ignoring their profile here? Where is that perfect bed?
Ya wanna get to know someone who said something you might have found interesting? Get your nose out of their fairytale profile; engage them instead.