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Posted on Sat, Sep 29, 2007 20:52

Re: wyldechild write: I am the same online and off. Maybe a bit more wicked in person...LOL

More wicked in person?! Oh my! lol


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Posted on Sat, Sep 29, 2007 20:18

I am the same online and off. Maybe a bit more wicked in person...LOL


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Posted on Sat, Sep 29, 2007 16:23

I am EXACTLY the same in real life as I am online. I would do anything I have said or done online in real life as well. I don't play games with people in real life and I don't play games with them online. I flirt in real life just like I do online. You can ask anyone who has ever met me from the internet.... they will tell you the same. With me... you get what you see.


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Posted on Fri, Sep 28, 2007 21:03

La-Z, I wish I could use background music. You might imagine which Aretha Franklin song would be playing . . . IMHO (note "humble"), respect isn't about the ability to take control. I respect people who have . . . call it an internal consistancy. If they truly do not have a preference, they are comfortable saying so. Simply telling a man to "act like a man" etc. is too simple. If the decision is worth making, by all means, make it. But don't make a decision just to meet your male-ness decision-making quota for the day. And please don't pop open a Bud to somehow balance out the female vibe of shopping. In truth, I would find it difficult to respect a man who would take such a cookie cutter approach to any relationship. Just my pair o'pennies, Amy


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Posted on Fri, Sep 28, 2007 08:16

I am me, just more outspoken.


In your rocking-chair, by your window dreaming, shall you long, alone. In your rocking-chair, by your window, shall you dream such happiness as you may never feel. –Theodore Dreiser

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Posted on Fri, Sep 28, 2007 07:09

I am certainly someone else on line-- braver, for sure. I try to stay true, but sometimes wind up saying things in e-mail or blogs I would never otherwise say in person. I think it may be because I don't speak like I write. I am able to be very eloquent, fluid and clear when I write. However, I'm not usually like that in person when talking about sensitive matters or things close to home. I like to be able to write, go back, edit, and then post. You can't do that in real life. Case in point: I made comments about and to Travelnanny that otherwise I would not have made, especially in person. I was in a nasty mood that night, and I took it out on someone who was anonymous to me. Then I checked my e-mails and I found that she had taken the time to send me a very touching, personal e-mail. Not even my best friends take the time to do that! I felt like the crusty heel of a loaf of bread, and immediately went about trying to make ammends. But, online, sometimes, it can be too late. I hope I've redeemed myself, atleast in her eyes. Because the ones we injure are the ones who will judge us.


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Posted on Wed, Sep 26, 2007 15:18

Stacey I think that says it for me also, I am me but less bold Very good thanks Nisi32132 Re: staceynkansas write: I think I am braver online that in person, definately. But that does not mean I am projecting a different personality or image, it is me just with more boldness.


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Posted on Wed, Sep 26, 2007 15:02

I am not "braver" but I do think I am more "frisky". Happily married for 15 years but it seems all my advances are for naught. every time I do all the romantic "stuff" Flowers candy dinner wine music. NOTHING happens unless I start it. So if I don't start ...nothing happens. excuse the sports analogy but its like trying to bounce a ball without enought air. I am looking for someone who at least telelgraphs their feelings and who has enough imagination to PLAY with me. Some one who can speak the language of love once in a while.


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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 19:53

I think I am braver online that in person, definately. But that does not mean I am projecting a different personality or image, it is me just with more boldness.


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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 19:12

I am more forward in person, than online because let's just admit it, some guys can scare pretty easy. Well unless you are being forward about s*x and that I am not forward about unless I really, really know you. If someone takes the time to really get to know me, I'm sure they will be pleasantly surprised. *wink*


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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 17:57

Hey Ni! I don't think I am braver (or less shy) online than in real life. I adopted the internet pretty early on so it doesn't feel like a separate world to me. Heh - I'm also a youngest child and conventional wisdom holds that we tend to be more honest and open than is good for us. If I fear anything, it's that I come across like a really big puppy; too enthusiastic and hence scary, even if all I want to is to give kisses! LOL


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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 17:06

That is true. I heard it on the news. A marriage can break down over time. Mine did. It wasn't like that in the beginning, but over the years I stopped sharing myself and my innermost thoughts/feeling with my ex-. I didn't trust him with them. He had betrayed them too many times. And it wasn't something I could get back. I had to guard myself in order to survive. Terribly sad, isn't it? My relationship now is the opposite of that. I can tell my man anything and he does the same with me. I've told him things I never dreamed of telling my ex-. Its amazing how different that feels. How incredibly wonderful.


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Posted on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 16:01

if that's true, how vey sad.


In your rocking-chair, by your window dreaming, shall you long, alone. In your rocking-chair, by your window, shall you dream such happiness as you may never feel. –Theodore Dreiser

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