this quiz is so scarey.................http://www.crush007.com/love.cgi?id=1122508258qbp
13 years agoTearsofRed
"69, body chocolate and champagne, heavy bondage, giving you a rose oil full-body massage, using you as a human food-table, deep penetration and watching the sunset together. And all unprotected because we can....
But not necessarily in that order."
how could i ever resist the hawtness that is haydn
14 years agoTearsofRed
Lets just say it's for every guy that's to scared to come up and talk to me, because some of my guy friends say that I'm a little intimidating, anyway i love the song by the pussy cat dolls
I know you like me
I know you do
Thats why whenever I come around shes all over you
And I know you want it
It's easy to see
And in the back of your mind
I know you should be fuckin with me
Dont cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me
Dont cha wish your girlfriend was a freak like me
Dont cha, dont cha
Dont cha wish your girlfriend was raw like me
Dont cha wish your girlfriend was fun like me
Dont cha, dont cha
14 years agoTearsofRed
I asked yall's opinion about online dating with a promise that I would post my opinion in a follow up.
Pitbullnix said--I think it's a bit weird but hey, every now and then two people online get lucky and actually get something worth while. Look at that Zues fellow on the site, him and some other chick on here are getting married. And don't forget about all those folks on those e-Harmony commercials.
I agree there is a posibility two people online get lucky and actually get something worth while, but how often do you think those people actually act on it. Probably not so often because of the social stigma associated with it. It kind of sucks to think that something worth while would go to waste because of somebody being scared. It's hard enough not being scared in real life, but you through in a key board, mouse, and web-cam and that scarey factor goes way up. Not for fear that the person won't like you but for fear that people will think you're weird for finding someone online.
Oh and I really do think those e-harmony commercials are actors.
muellertime said- ok heres a plus and minus....plus....if the person is a good person, you wont have to rely on a physical relationship to make it work. that means closer mental connections and a better understanding of emotions and feeling w/out things like sex getting in the way.
minus......can u trust them?? how well can you really know someone you cant ever have contact with face to face. i had a friend i met online come visit me from canada and it was kinda wierd at first. you could tell we were both a lil apprehensive and werent sure how to be. the thing is ive known him for the better part of 2 yrs. i dont think u really know a person until you see them interact within there enviroment. on a sid note love the southern "yalls" u keep using. kinda neat that your speech is reflected in your typing.
Ok here's what I have to say about that. I agree with the not having to rely on a physical relationship to make it work, but at the same time a large part of a relationship is the physical part. It would really suck if you had a strong emotional connection with someone and then had no physical attraction. That is basically defines a relationship because if there isnt a physical attraction then that makes friends. That is on and off the net. If you meet somebody on the street and you establish an emotional connection and no physical attraction then that leaves yall as friends. That's why I find the use of a web cam rather handy.
As far as the trust thing goes. PSSSSHHH, trust and honesty is all a matter of opinion and that includes people you meet not on the net. To put it bluntly most people are dishonest, just because you met somebody on the street doesnt make them anymore honest. You can just tell when they are lying a little better.
As for my southern yalls, you can take the girl out of the south and put her on the net but you cant take the south out of the girl while she's on the net.
artmageddon said- I've been pretty lucky with it, but you have to be damn careful. For every user like Zeus(he's getting married to another RvB forum user), there's 8 others like newduke who get shafted(no offense to him at all). I'm dating a girl who I met online(well, a friend of mine met her online, then sent me her contact info), and we've been dating for two years now.
If you're gonna meet a dude online, be sure it's in a public place, and that you have a friend along with you to keep an eye on the guy. You'll get a second opinion of him right away, and hardly any of it will be lost in translation.
That's what I did when I met the girl I'm with now, her best friend (at the time) was there, and helped lighten the mood, since my girl's shy. After that first dinner, getting with her was just a matter of time =)
I totally agree that anybody who meets anybody else from the net should be in a public place, because there are instances where the person could be a complete sicko. As far as the other opinion I don't entirely agree with it at least I wouldnt use it because most of the time the person you bring along is already going to have an opinion in their head about the person without having talked to them because of the fact that you met them on the net. Some people just arent open minded
Joe123 said- I dont think its safe, Who knows you could fine a crazy stalker. It reminds me of people on this web site.......
Ok, there are chances that that might happen but most of the time its not going to if you go to a decent enough website. Just think most of the people on the net are worried about people being a weirdo that there arent a whole lot left to actually be weirdos. But I still think if anybody is going to meet off of the net that there should be some cautiousness.
Renob0202 said- i mean cause if you think about it.... its no different to meet somebody random of the street
you have no idea what they are like until you get to know them... you have to be careful anywhere nowadays
I totally agree with you on that.
Hidden_Cube said- Online dating can be a good idea, but instead of trying to find someone just if it happens it happens, and for everyone who thinks that everyone on the internet lie about themselves and who they are just stop and think for a second, do you lie on the internet? if you do then I dont think you should be doing online dating
I agree I dont think you should go looking because then that's kind of a sign of desperation in my opinion. And I COMPLETELY agree with the statement that you made about lying, that's the point i try to get across to alot of people. Though there are instances where you just end up talking to a good old dog and it wouldnt have mattered if you met them off of the net first they would have lied anyway.
ok so now you have some of my opinions on online dating. To sum it up I'm not totally against it but it just has to happen for me. It's not something I would go looking for because I don't even go out "looking" on the street or anything. It all just has to happen. If something is going to happen its going to happen.
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