Meeting gays from your past

  • Latenight30

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    Jan 09, 2010 12:36 PM GMT
    With the great invention of Facebook, Thanks Al Gore, there have been a few instances where I'm going back through the list of people I went to High School and I friend them.
    While looking around I found a friend who... is also a friend of Dorothy.
    We were both in the same...Drama class. I was sort of teacher pet.
    But I digress. He is cute with a capital Q.
    He has mentioned even then he was interested in getting in my pants.
    I responded. If I knew then what I know now....
    He still lives in NC and I go up there to visit my family. Would it be wrong to try and meet again?
    I don't remeber us really hanging out together...but I think like magnetic poles.. (ha it's 7:30am and I made myself laugh) we kept our distance because we secretly knew.
    I'm all about having friends I just haven't come across this before as a topic thread and wanted some discussion.
    BTW if he wanted to meet and have coffee, I would no questions asked. Both of us are in a relationship but I like talking about a simpler time.
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    Jan 09, 2010 5:51 PM GMT
    Your both in different places in your lives and hopefully have grown into much stronger people. No harm in re-connecting. A greater friendship might flourish.
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    Jan 10, 2010 6:13 AM GMT
    Interesting topic and kind of relevant to what's going on with me - getting reacquainted with folk from my past that MIGHT be gay.

    I was recently Facebook friended by a high school acquaintance, and because I'm visible as a friend on his profile the "friend" requests are starting to snowball. (And no, I don't use my cheesy RealJock profile pic for FB.)

    No indication that any are gay - so far they all seem to use FB as a venue to post pictures of their wives and kids. But the friend requests are making me wonder who else might be gay. It's hard to deploy your gaydar when it's not an actual high school reunion!