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LakeheadM 41M
26 posts
6/13/2019 3:11 pm

In my last post I talked a bit about how I've felt more intimidated by women on here than by women on other dating sites, but there's a flip side to that too.

With women I've met on other sites they often come across as so straight and narrow that I tend to hold back on some of my more carnal desires and step a little more lightly than I might if I really knew what was going on behind their eyes.

And I have a specific example thanks to a profile I just spotted on here. For the sake of anonymity, we'll her M.

M caught my attention about 9 years ago on another dating site. We're in the same city, I was newly single. She was about 6 years older than me, also single, and I liked her attitude in her profile. She's thin and fit, has a bit of an odd to her, but I tend to like that.

We met for a meal at the Java House on Queen at Augusta and to be honest, there wasn't a lot of chemistry. I thought she was cute and I tried to be flirty, but I had the sense she was sizing me up as potential husband or material. I made a couple of dumb jokes she didn't really laugh at, but overall it wasn't a terrible date. At least she looked like her picture!

After, we chatted a bit and she let know that she thought the age difference was too much for her (6 years? really?!), and we didn't see each other again.

Flash forward 9 years later to last week and I see her photo attached to a profile here on Adult Friend Finder is hookup site with a lot of sexually explicit content of all places!

Her profile on the other site had come across as a bit up tight, reserved and even a bit suspicious of online dating as a concept. still saving up points to be able to view her profile in full on here but the preview lines explain that she's feeling a bit of spring fever and hoping to meet someone downtown who can host.

That might not sound too exciting compared to some of the profiles on here, but compared to my original impression of her, it is quite a leap!

Maybe she's changed since then (who doesn't change in 9 years?!), but if I'd known there was minx in her back then I might not have been quite as timid as I was.

I sent her a note to say "" and her only reply was to demand a pic, which I sent immediately, but she hasn't responded. Maybe she remembers me and is stuck with her own bad first impression of me.

I can't help but think of how fun it would be to erase it from her memory.

LakeheadM 41M
26 posts
6/13/2019 4:25 pm

Ha! Wouldn't you know it! This post earned me the tokens to be able to buy a profile view, I click on her, and it says her profile is unavailable. I can still see her on my hotlist, but I guess you can block people from viewing your whole profile or something. Oh well.

Then I accidentally clicked on someone else's profile and wasted the tokens. Haha! That's life on the internet!

bitchkitty2017 69F

6/13/2019 4:58 pm

yeah i knind of know what you mean about profiles on here and profiles of the same people on another date site., I ran into a guy who talked smack and trash on here and seen him on another date site and he messaged me saying how he couldnt get a date on there because the women thought he was too I asked him if he ever seen me before and if he remembered me from another place nope he didnt and sorry but i wasnt his type...bye bye Mr. Jaguar lol

cinnamon0133 30F

6/13/2019 5:50 pm

Just a thought, 9 years is a long time. Many women and men want to leave the past in the past. I dated a guy when I was 23 I am 54 now. It's been 31 years since then. He found me on FB and will NOT leave me the fuck ALONE. I block him and he just makes a new profile. Leave the past in the past

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s2ndegree 62M  
9797 posts
6/13/2019 9:15 pm

One thing you find on your standard dating sites
Are a lot more women that have to compete.The
majority of which are much more approachable,
don't think like men and their profiles don't read
like thinly veiled threats.

Using more than all the road!

author51 58F  
126120 posts
6/14/2019 12:09 am

6 years is not a big age gap at all.. People do change over time but in my own experience, if there was no chemistry in the past, there isn't going to be any now...

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