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magnolia
07-26-2012, 05:36 PM
So because you actively sought out gay men on straight dating sites, met two, declared them to be gay, even though you don't actually know for sure that they are gay, you gave up on internet dating?

Did you ever consider actually looking for someone you were interested in rather then carrying out your perverted experiments on people? :rofl:

What I choose to do in my private time is really none of your business, but thank you for your kind encouragement to not give up on finding someone that interests me. I still hope that I will, and that when I do, that person will also find me interesting and attractive.

Anyway, there sure are many posters here who are aggressively obsessed with denying even the slightest possibility that I got it right, that I was able to spot a closeted gay.

(Look, they're safe. I never wrote any incriminating letters to their work place, never jepordized their all-important social status, didn't ever plan on it. I was just annoyed with the smugness of the closet doctor who could blithely tell me about going to a gay nudist beach and I knew he thought I was totally blind. He was crapping on me. And I didn't threaten the third one at all and never let on I realized he was gay because I kind of felt a little sorry for him.)

sap5
07-26-2012, 05:42 PM
magnolia -- to be honest, reading your posts makes me think that you might be a closeted gay yourself. How do you know the men you saw didn't think that as well?

VIETgrlTerifa
07-26-2012, 05:47 PM
What I choose to do in my private time is really none of your business, but thank you for your kind encouragement to not give up on finding someone that interests me. I still hope that I will, and that when I do, that person will also find me interesting and attractive.

Actually, you made it our business by sharing all the sordid details. First you were bragging about your exploits and couldn't wait for feedback and words of encouragement, of course many here didn't really like your deranged activities. Now you're on the defensive and saying it isn't any of our business? Ok.

Sparks
07-26-2012, 05:48 PM
When you shared your private life and 'closet gay' hunting on the interwebs then you opened up this can of worms.

SHARPIE
07-26-2012, 05:49 PM
Ladies, if your man regularly watches gay porn then he might not really be into you. ;)
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Really? :lol: You should write a dating advice book fred!

Karina1974
07-26-2012, 05:55 PM
What I choose to do in my private time is really none of your business,

Which is why you are airing it on an online message board, where anyone who signs up for membership here can read it. :rolleyes:

SHARPIE
07-26-2012, 05:56 PM
Which is why you are airing it on an online message board, where anyone who signs up for membership here can read it. :rolleyes:


Or even not be registered and just passing through :)

agalisgv
07-26-2012, 05:58 PM
I think magnolia is hurt no guy likes her, and rather than admit it's because she has major personality flaws, she blames the men for being closet gays. Why? Because of course any heterosexual man *would* like her, so of course all the guys that didn't want a second date must have been secretly gay.

Magnolia, it's not the guys you're dating--it's you. You are seriously messed up in the head and no guy who isn't completely psycho (and probably not even then) would want to be with someone as screwed up as you've demonstrated yourself to be. Get some help from licensed professionals--not self-help books that only appeal to people with double-digit IQs.

SceneIt--you come off as needy, clingy, and beyond desperate. I would pretty much guarantee if this is clear from your posts here, it was widely telegraphed to the guy who dumped you. And I would bet that's why he dumped you. You've aleady humiliated yourself in front of him--I have no clue why you want to continue that, but my guess is you will nonetheless.

magnolia
07-26-2012, 06:10 PM
Okay, I have a confession to make:

I'm a closet gay and I want to get married so that I can pass myself off as a heterosexual person! :lol:

SceneIt
07-26-2012, 06:21 PM
With all due respect to everyone's opinions here about magnolia, she was just trying to help when she brought up the gay issue. Actually, that has crossed my mind with this guy. The details are too intimate to share here, but just his behavior in general while we were having sex together. When I brought it up to him once, he took it the wrong way, got really nasty, made a big deal about it (I thought I phrased it nicely actualy) and basically it was the beginning of the end of our relationship.

mkats
07-26-2012, 06:23 PM
SceneIt - take care of yourself and best of luck in the future.

The rest of this thread - :rofl:

UMBS Go Blue
07-26-2012, 06:30 PM
I heart needy, clingy posters who post threads seeking advice, when they really have no intention of following any of the good advice and instead seek attention and affirmation for their own negative behaviors. :watch:


I think magnolia is hurt no guy likes her, and rather than admit it's because she has major personality flaws, she blames the men for being closet gays. Why? Because of course any heterosexual man *would* like her, so of course all the guys that didn't want a second date must have been secretly gay.

Magnolia, it's not the guys you're dating--it's you. You are seriously messed up in the head and no guy who isn't completely psycho (and probably not even then) would want to be with someone as screwed up as you've demonstrated yourself to be. Get some help from licensed professionals--not self-help books that only appeal to people with double-digit IQs.

SceneIt--you come off as needy, clingy, and beyond desperate. I would pretty much guarantee if this is clear from your posts here, it was widely telegraphed to the guy who dumped you. And I would bet that's why he dumped you. You've aleady humiliated yourself in front of him--I have no clue why you want to continue that, but my guess is you will nonetheless.Above all, I heart agal! :2faced:

Nan
07-26-2012, 06:34 PM
With all due respect to everyone's opinions here about magnolia...

It would be my guess that not many people here respect magnolia, or her opinions.

Really
07-26-2012, 06:36 PM
:watch:

mkats
07-26-2012, 06:38 PM
I heart needy, clingy posters who post threads seeking advice, when they really have no intention of following any of the good advice and instead seek attention and affirmation for their own negative behaviors. :watch:


Does anybody else remember sue123 and the brother in law from a few years back? That was EPIC.