Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Those Three Little Words.
Every gay man loves to hear those three little words, I... love.... porn? I want sex? Want to hookup? Actually straight guys are the same no matter how much they say that they are different, like my women friends say, they only behave better because they are trained that way! I left my profile up on two different sites because I do talk with some guys that are lonely and I have met a couple of guys. It is however a waste of time, I heard that over and over but I'm thinking that maybe one day I will be contacted by someone just like me, a gay or bi man not sure how to go about meeting people and trying the site.
I don't mind the guys that are pretty direct, nude pics and specific likes and dislikes. They seem cold or aggressive but when you talk to them, they are usually really nice guys, they just don't want to have to play games before connecting and I respect that. The guys I have a huge problem with (and there are many like this) are the guys who write up a really nice profile, say they are looking for friendship or friends first, seem really down to earth, then I contact them and get the three little words. "Any cock pics"? What the hey??? What happened to "really friendly guy, down to earth, say hello" Sometimes it's "you got pics" or "send me pics". Other times it's hard to get a sentence out of them, "hi" or "hey man", this comes after I wrote a couple of lines to show them that I am serious about meeting. The hypocritical thing about this is these guys usually don't have any pictures and have no intention of showing you any pictures but demand and expect pictures. No thanks, I think their auto correct is not working properly, it changed "selfish jerk" to "nice guy" and "in the gutter" to "down to earth".
The warnings about trying to meet people on line seem to be totally true. I just don't get why you would pretend to want something completely different from what you actually want! Nothing is more disappointing than thinking you are about to connect with someone who seems to have a lot in common with you and is different from the other guys, only to discover he is exactly the same and sometimes worse.