Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Coffee date professional.
Again I kept this under my hat but I had arranged to meet another guy for a coffee date. I didn't want to be embarrassed again if it didn't work out and I didn't want people feeling sorry for me. It actually went very well and I will get into it more but I saw something last night I thought was sweet.
I don't like most reality shows but I like the dance competition type shows, the ones with real dancers and not washed up stars insulting the craft. Currently I am watching World of Dance, I really enjoy the people from all over the world competing, all different styles, ages and cultures. Last night a young couple came out to dance, the young woman was very cute and the young guy was very handsome. Before they even started you could feel the chemistry between them. The dance was a contemporary piece simulating the struggles in a relationship. They did such an excellent job, you could feel the passion between the two.
When it end the judges asked if they were a couple in real life, to everyone's surprise, the women answered no, that he was a part of her but they were not a couple. The judges and audience were "awwwing" in disappointment. I was surprised as well. That just shows how much talent they had to make you believe they loved each other through a simple dance. I was extremely impressed. One judge said it seemed so real and then my favorite part of the evening happened. The young woman said "no we are not together, I actually have a boyfriend" and the young man said "and... I also have a boyfriend" the judges and audience cheered loudly with that twist and laughed at their assumption. That guy was gorgeous, I said out loud to myself, "your boyfriend is one bleep'n lucky guy"! I can't imagine getting to go home every night to that guy lying in your bed! Mostly I loved the surprise twist and the cute way he slipped it in.
Anyway back to my second successful coffee date. I got there a little early. I was nervous in the beginning. He looked a little different than his picture but still cute enough. He is a little shorter than me but that's ok. He is the softer type of gay guy but sweet softer, not effeminate if that makes any sense. I liked it, he gave me goose bumps. I was not really into meeting with this guy because I did a terrible thing and pre-judged him, basically because of the culture and country he is from. I hate when other people do that and yet here I was doing the same thing. I am so glad that I went through with meeting him. I found it was actually easier to talk to him than it was with the last guy. Plus this time the conversation was even on both sides, the last guy talked a lot about his job.
We joked about the people we have emailed with on the site, we crossed referenced the creepy ones and took notes from each other on who to avoid. After two hours we said our goodbyes, we agreed to meet again. We both want more gay friends to hang out with and he was easy to talk to. I found that I just wanted to snuggle him up like a teddy bear. As the old people used to say, "we will see".
Posted by Sooo-this-is-me at 10:55 PM
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Terrific, Steven! Goosebumps are always good as long as they aren't the "call is coming from inside the house" kind. Now you're getting choices. Soon you'll have your own posse of friends and/or lover(s). More importantly, did you ever find out what was up with the strawberries?
See, you wait ages and then two come along, one after the other!
I too love the dancing shows. Strictly come dancing starts again in the autumn and I can't wait.
I really wish I could dance but my coordination is non-existent. I can bake a good cake though!😀
I remember my dating days (back when dinosaurs roamed free). I went on a blind date with a guy who was ok, he was a good conversationalist and easy to have coffee with. I remember thinking to myself then "well, he's not the most handsome guy I've dated, but he could be fun". the more we talked the more we became friends, then lovers. unfortunately, our time together was brief; he died suddenly. (sigh)
Look at you! Out and about dating guys. This is so great! Hopefully you'll have someone to snuggle up with this winter.
Congratulations on a second coffee meeting! First a long drink and now an imagined long cuddle. Does Starbucks have a dating app?
I've been following your blog but not participating thanks to a sprained hand. I'm developing feelings for my physical therapist. Is that wrong?
Things are looking up for you! It's about time. I don't watch the dancing shows. I never got into them.
Does this mean you had an afternoon delight?
@Maddie- A delightful afternoon can be just as fulfilling as an afternoon delight.
I think it's called "dating" and it's a sweet old custom that many people in both the hetero and homo world haven't experienced. You are lucky.
Thank you Miss Deedles. As for the basket, they feel it's the work of the strawberry basket stalker, he leaves an empty basket as a calling card to say he's watching!!!
Christina, I would rather spend time with someone who can bake well, lol.
Anne Marie, I use the dinosaurs line now too. Sad your romance ended too soon, at least he had you during his short time on earth.
Walter I was enjoying your comment until you mentioned the "w" word! :( Lol
Mike, I was wondering what happened to you! I was about to send out a search party! No it's not wrong to have feelings for him, it's only wrong if something happens and there are no pictures!
RJ, yes hopefully things are looking up.
Maddie, no it would make our wedding awkward! Don't forget I come from a farm, I know enough to not give the milk away for free!
You tell him sister! I'm a very proper gentleman... well unless he looked like Ryan Gosselin then all bets are off... just like his clothes!
Will, yes it's like building a strong fire, it takes time but the results are good.
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