I expect people to greet me in a manner befitting my persona, and to accept any kind rejection with returned kindness. I guess it’s partly Guam, which has shown me little in the way of viable options.The one nice guy I met was ordered off to Nebraska before we got a chance to really hang out. Still, we can maintain our decency as a community, can’t we?We can be polite and encourage those who are new, or who don’t fit in quite right, can’t we?
But I have been disappointed each time I have checked it and that is too bad.
is issuing an urgent call of caution to parents that a sexually-explicit, teen-targeted program called “Dating Naked” will be airing on the teen-targeted VH1 basic cable network.
Additionally, the PTC has contacted corporate sponsors that have advertised on previous episodes of the program, urging those companies to reconsider supporting such explicit, teen-targeted content. “Buying ad time on ‘Dating Naked’ is synonymous to an endorsement of the content.
Both were jerks and I want to tell you about it because I think it’s exemplifies what I said in my last post about how dating can be hard.
Yes, there is the adventure of meeting new people and maybe falling in love. But there is also the frustration of putting yourself out there and getting back a lot of garbage.
So I will give you these two examples of garbage from my inbox this week. I said “There is a more than 30 year age gap between us, and that makes me uncomfortable because even my dad is only 25 years older than me. It would be kind of like that.” After all, I am just trying to politely explain that I am not into daddy-daughter stuff or age play or any of that (and of course my profile does reflect my interests).
Guy Number One: The first guy said: He had no profile picture, and no information filled out about himself. I am uncomfortable with older men due to being molested when I was young, and someone older than my dad just grosses me out beyond words to think about.
So for all I knew, he could be an 800 pound serial killer. When I replied back and said that he would do better to talk to women like people (i.e. I have a lot of very hot, very nasty sex and I love it. I didn’t point out the spelling or grammar errors in his original message, although there were many. So I say that it is a shame the island is so small and that we have so few chances to hang out with new people, but that I don’t think he’s my type. So naturally he sent back a nasty message about how no matter how old we get, we are all the same inside, and that I was discriminating and a bitch.
say “Hello” to them first) and to fill out his profile a little, he quickly messaged back and called me an “ugly whore.” Now, I am a slutty, dirty whore. I have threesomes and orgies and I do all the things that your girlfriend thinks are gross. I genuinely think men who message women with idiot stuff have never been taught better, and so I nicely offered to help. Because, I guess, who cares if I have hangups that are personal to my history and insurmountable in my mind?
So naturally, he called me an “ugly whore.” Guy Number Two: First off, you should know that I am 34 years old. That should give you an idea of the age range that I hang out in. Summary I understand that dating can be frustrating.
I have a friend just dipping her toes into the dating game after years of not even trying, and I have been doing my best to be encouraging and helpful. However, on I expect a certain standard of behavior.