Do guys easily knock you upside down?

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    Mar 06, 2010 10:48 PM GMT
    I am normally not the type that gets attached too easily to another guy. Yesterday though, a guy blew my mind on our first date. We stood close to each other all night, went out for a couple of drinks, laughed alot, and kissed me on my cheek as he took me back to my car. I normally go into dates not thinking much and sometimes expecting it to fail. This guy however, discretely had my hormones running wild and tomorrow night is our second date. I had to refrain from jumping on him and pinning him down. I say to myself "snap out of it, stop being so flustered over this guy, this isn't like you".

    Do you fall easily with a guy you are extremely into? Does this scare you? If you don't attach easily, why is that?
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    Mar 06, 2010 10:51 PM GMT
    No, I never said he was my bf. If you had read the post, I mention that i was kinda seeing him and that he wants to be my bf but that i had to delete my profile first. Go back and read it if you like...
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:04 PM GMT
    no, I don't fall easily at all, but when I do fall for a guy it tends to be pretty deeply and on a level far beyond anything physical.. but it rarely every happens.
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:10 PM GMT
    Aggieboy said Yesterday though, a guy blew my mind on our first date.

    This guy however, discretely had my hormones running wild and tomorrow night is our second date.

    Aren't you supposed to be on this cruise tomorrow?
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:15 PM GMT
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    Aggieboy said Yesterday though, a guy blew my mind on our first date.

    This guy however, discretely had my hormones running wild and tomorrow night is our second date.

    Aren't you supposed to be on this cruise tomorrow?
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    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.
  • GQjock

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    Mar 06, 2010 11:19 PM GMT
    No cannot say that I have
    Maybe that's a good thing or maybe that's a bad thing
    I always think after a date
    He's really great ....... but icon_neutral.gif

    and I can imagine what they think of Me icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:24 PM GMT
    I have never felt chemistry on a date...the friend angle works better for me!
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:33 PM GMT
    I fell for someone in that way and boy was it like a dream. First date was awesome, followed by texting all night. Then he surprised me by joining me for shopping next day, which led to us watching The Princess and the Frog.
    It was like a Disney movie only it didn't end on the note "and they lived happily ever after" but more like "and they never saw each other again".
    So now am pretty careful about letting someone run my hormones jump so high, that I can feel the fall when its gone.
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:37 PM GMT
    Aggieboy said

    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.

    Awww, that sucks. Big time.

    Well, see you on the LA cruise in October, then.

    Can you tell, I'm hooked on gay cruises? icon_wink.gif
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:40 PM GMT
    bernd said
    Aggieboy said

    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.

    Awww, that sucks. Big time.

    Well, see you on the LA cruise in October, then.

    Can you tell, I'm hooked on gay cruises? icon_wink.gif


    Whats so cool about gay cruises?
  • Space_Cowboy_...

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    Mar 06, 2010 11:43 PM GMT
    I don't fall, I don't allow it.
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:45 PM GMT
    agri_sci said
    bernd said
    Aggieboy said

    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.

    Awww, that sucks. Big time.

    Well, see you on the LA cruise in October, then.

    Can you tell, I'm hooked on gay cruises? icon_wink.gif


    Whats so cool about gay cruises?


    I imagine they have wild orgies lasting days...
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:47 PM GMT
    agri_sci said
    bernd said
    Aggieboy said

    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.

    Awww, that sucks. Big time.

    Well, see you on the LA cruise in October, then.

    Can you tell, I'm hooked on gay cruises? icon_wink.gif


    Whats so cool about gay cruises?





    Let's get back on subject though....
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    Mar 06, 2010 11:47 PM GMT
    Space_Cowboy_89 saidI don't fall, I don't allow it.




    Why?
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    Mar 07, 2010 12:01 AM GMT
    Aggieboy saidI am normally not the type that gets attached too easily to another guy. Yesterday though, a guy blew my mind on our first date. We stood close to each other all night, went out for a couple of drinks, laughed alot, and kissed me on my cheek as he took me back to my car. I normally go into dates not thinking much and sometimes expecting it to fail. This guy however, discretely had my hormones running wild and tomorrow night is our second date. I had to refrain from jumping on him and pinning him down. I say to myself "snap out of it, stop being so flustered over this guy, this isn't like you".

    Do you fall easily with a guy you are extremely into? Does this scare you? If you don't attach easily, why is that?



    He sounds very charming. How did you meet him? Have you known him for very long prior to the date. That would make it easier to fall after one date.
    If you met him at the gym the day before.... well that's quite another thing.icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 07, 2010 12:04 AM GMT
    Aggieboy said
    Space_Cowboy_89 saidI don't fall, I don't allow it.




    Why?



    I did and I was never caught, with time I learned it's better to not to let yourself fall or you'll be trying to stand back up on your own with scratches, black and blues, and maybe something might be broken.
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    Mar 07, 2010 12:11 AM GMT
    Aggieboy said
    agri_sci said
    bernd said
    Aggieboy said

    Yes I was supposed to be. I am truly disappointed some that some issues came up. I'm going on the la cruise though. I have to.

    Awww, that sucks. Big time.

    Well, see you on the LA cruise in October, then.

    Can you tell, I'm hooked on gay cruises? icon_wink.gif


    Whats so cool about gay cruises?





    Let's get back on subject though....



    LOVE the spice girls at 5:03
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    Mar 07, 2010 12:14 AM GMT
    Not a big cruise fan but looks fun
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    Mar 07, 2010 12:18 AM GMT
    Normally not, I try to just enjoy the moment but don't look to deep into anything. Though It only happened to me once and it and felt great. It was mutual and unexpected, getting lost in each others eyes and we were unable to finish sentences from being too distracted from each others vibe. It was actually cute.icon_redface.gificon_lol.gif

    But that was the only time I've ever experienced something like that.
    I don't allow myself to fall easily for someone, mom taught me well.icon_cool.gif
  • lozano86

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    Mar 07, 2010 12:20 AM GMT
    Why yes...yes i do. i get easily attached. i dont know if its just because i want it so bad or not. but yah it scares me because the other guy could probably not even care or be into it as much as you. i get attached but i would want it to be a two street. gotta give to get kids.
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    Mar 07, 2010 1:23 AM GMT
    I always used to brag about never getting 'falling' for a guy, letting a friendship develop first, blah blah, until I met my last ex. We mutually fell in love on the first date and never looked back. It scared me so much that I ended it after about a year for reasons I cannot explain to this day, but my rationale at the time was we were moving too fast. I broke his heart and messed up something great, and while I am 'over' him and realize I blew my chance, I still think about him every day. It's been close to a year, and we are still working on repairing the hurt I caused and building a friendship. I'm not looking to fall head over heels, but I will never run from it again.
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    Mar 07, 2010 1:24 AM GMT
    ILmarathonrunner saidI always used to brag about never getting 'falling' for a guy, letting a friendship develop first, blah blah, until I met my last ex. We mutually fell in love on the first date and never looked back. It scared me so much that I ended it after about a year for reasons I cannot explain to this day, but my rationale at the time was we were moving too fast. I broke his heart and messed up something great, and while I am 'over' him and realize I blew my chance, I still think about him every day. It's been close to a year, and we are still working on repairing the hurt I caused and building a friendship. I'm not looking to fall head over heels, but I will never run from it again.


    wow, what a touching story. these are the kinds of post I'm looking for...icon_smile.gif
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    Mar 07, 2010 1:39 AM GMT
    I'm definitely capable of falling hard. It doesn't happen often at all, simply because I'm rarely in a position to have it happen. I very rarely go out on dates. There just doesn't seem to be a good place to meet guys around here, at least that I have found yet.

    I've been told that, when it happens, that it's all over my face and I do the dreamy thing until someone shakes me out of it. As it was mentioned above, it's very hard to fall and not have someone catch you. But that's the risk, I suppose. I have never fallen for someone that also fell for me. I can imagine that being cosmic, if given the chance. icon_smile.gif

    In all honesty, I think I have it in me to fall pretty easily for a guy. Who doesn't really like it when they get all weird inside and know it's because the person you're with is just setting off all the right internal alarms!? Given the choice to do so, or not...then I'll take it every time. You never know when your heart might be spot on and trying to tell you something very important.
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    Mar 07, 2010 2:11 AM GMT
    My husband and I fell in love after a phone call. Anybody remember pre-Internet personal ads? Wow.
    Seven hours one night, then six hours the next (I refused to meet him for a date the night after the first call simply because it was my "off" day from the gym, and I wanted to be pumped...yeesh!) We finally met in the freezing cold, and he still makes fun of me to this day, peeping out from a bomber jacket and a baseball cap and looking like a bus had hit me.
    We fell HARD, both of us. It was so absurd that we didn't tell friends for weeks, because they would have thought us insane. (especially mine, who were so used to cleaning up after my spills that they formed their own support group.)
    I never looked back. 16 years. We've been through a world of hurt in that time, and a hundred worlds of unspeakable bliss. He still makes me stupid, no matter how pissed off or how much we might take each other for granted in those foolish and unintentional ways we manifest out of habit. He is the kindness that has afforded me my selfishness, and the moral compass that keeps me on course. He'll tell you all kinds of shit I do for him, but don't believe him. LOL
    And yet, I fall in love with alarming regularity, or at least I could, but over the years I've learned to monitor that, and to understand the narcotic of what really isn't love, but is Limerence (n. - the involuntary cognitive and emotional state of intense romantic desire for another person.) It's fun, lots of fun, but not good to follow it to it's next logical manifestation unless you are truly available, so ... oh, man, that's another lesson.
    Look, I'll own up - men make me stupid. Well, the right men. Men who fill their space with something more than ego. That thick, full back tapering into a pair of unpretentious jeans, a set up traps pulling just the right way on a polo shirt, or, oh....man...a watch on a perfect forearm, EVEN when wearing nothing but jams and sunglasses on the beach. That turns my head, and opens up a whole sensory overload that can pretty much take me to the ground if it's backed up with something substantial, something that isn't "worn" or "advertised". It's just ownership, and you can't fake it.
    Men who are truly men and not silly, or cruel. Mind you, I may not Queen out personally, but I have dear uber-queeny friends and colleagues, but not partners. (Okay, trying too hard to appease a factor who isn't even reading this....anyway)
    So, YES, fall down hard. Go for it. It's okay. It sucks if it doesn't work, but it's better for you than booze, better than blow, and almost as good as that blood rushing into your biceps on that perfect set (almost).
    Why NOT fall down stupid crazy? There's just no good excuse in my book. And bravo to him, by the way, for playing it out and teasing the anticipation. What could feel better than wanting to grab him by the collar and cup his ears while you burn his face with your stubble a'la Brokeback? Yes, yes, yes! Enjoy the fall, pray that you don't stumble or get a hard right-hook to the heart, and get up and go looking for it again if you do.
    THUD.
  • Celticmusl

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    Mar 07, 2010 2:11 AM GMT
    It rarely happens for me too but I know what you're talking about.