Mr GW, I have to straighten something out here ... I didnt write that Facts thingy, I just thought I was a nice fantasy for us ladies ... I am not looking for love, cause disaster usually follows after the "love" comes, I am usually happiest when I am single, I am by all means not needy, I am very self sufficient and dont need a man for anything .... and I am loved by many a person , I am not lonely, nor will I ever be :) so I am sorry if thats the message this post sent, but I am none of what you wrote, thanks for your concern tho :)
Its nice to see everyone picking the sh1t out of this post anyways .... go for it !!! ;) I really need to shut up sometimes, I get so mis-understood
Well Jack, I want to thank you for that one. I have not laughed that much and that hard in a long time. I as still laughing while trying to type this. It was great, keep it up. I love your sense of humor.
Rockchick et al, that is quite interesting. What I've never understood is why are beautiful women like yourself so very (seemingly) paranoid? Just try to look at things from a mans point of view. A woman, no matter how beautiful, who is constantly self-depreciating is NOT going to form a long-term relationship. I don't mean to hurt you or anything but just consider this; would you want to have a Mate who is worries about whether or not you're going to disappear? Not many men are likely to want that kind of strain on their relationship. Plus, how could you possibly endure the strain of uncertantity and still think you're in Love? The best advice that I could offer to women would be to stop LOOKING for Love; doing that is like looking for your kitten in a large house. The more you walk around, look in every room, check-out every possible place; is just going to scare that kitten away. But when you resume your everyday routine is usually when you understand that the Kitten was always there but you were too busy looking for it and didn't recognise it or even scared it off with your clodding. I know that is a very crude anology but I do hope that it does shed some light on a possiblesolution to your consernation.
LMAO!!! Too funny Jack! You nailed, that's for sure!
The one about missing him reminded me of what former congressman Richard Armey said about former pres. Clinton's little indiscretion: "If I did that the last thing I would ever remember would be my wife standing over me as I lay in a pool of blood saying 'How do I reload this thing?' "
Weird, I couldn't put down his nickname (variation on Richard), which is what he goes by. Hey, LF, context is everything you know.
That was funny jack, did you make that up yourself ....??? if u did thats way cool, great imagination, and I have to say, mine may be more a fantasy, and maybe yours is a little more of a reality .... sad but true !!
Well, the sad fact is that was a bit depressing...........nah....only the bit about laying on the chest. I can't even remember how long that has been for me. Maintenance is good - - don't get me wrong, but at times I miss true intimacy.