Thursday, July 12, 2018
Nuts From The Net.
Some of my fellow bloggers will have already heard these stories. I email banter with a few of you out there, I don't feel comfortable writing everything on here but there are times I still need an ear. One of the things we discuss is the guys we talk to on line. I usually try to email back and forth a few times before meeting someone new. I think I am really good at figuring people out. I find a guy can say all the right things he thinks I want to hear in the first email or two. However by the third or fourth email he will slip up and take down the shield.
Two days ago a guy who seemed "normal" and pleasant sent me more pictures of himself from the hips up. I commented that he is in nice shape and that his working out was evident. I didn't say anything sexual or demeaning. I found it strange that I didn't hear back from him for a few days. Then I get an email saying that he gets "p..sed off when guys comment on his looks. He said that he is more than just a body. I told him I only meant it as a compliment. I was going to end it there but unfortunately passive aggressive gay Steven took over and told him he shouldn't send people half naked pictures of himself if he didn't want comments! Take that bitch!
I have been talking to a younger guy that seems to actually have a personality. I have no intention of meeting him because we are not what the other wants, however we banter at times. He says that he is "new" and is only bi-curious. He tells me that he has had sex with guys but he really wants to bottom. When talking to him further, he says that he watches gay porn to learn how to become a better sub-bottom fag, that he wants to be dominated by a guy. I had to google that to fully understand what he was saying. I was thinking, so much for the bi-curious title, when a gay man is not sure what "sexual speak" you are talking, I don't think the term "curious" fits you any longer.
Another guy I often speak to is always asking to meet, when we make arrangements every thing seems set; however on the day we are supposed to meet, he seems completely surprised that we have made these arrangements. Usually he will complain about taking on longer hours at work, that's when I say "so I guess lunch is out" and he will say, "we were supposed to meet for lunch, oh sorry man, can we do it another day"? I stopped talking to him, he seems scattered, if he say hello, I just say hello back, nice day but that's it now.
It's scary to think that amongst all the people I have spoken with, I'm the least crazy! Hey guys.... I see another t-shirt slogan in the making... yes?