..those shingles need more than a paint job I reckon .they need a complete overhaul ...and what better time my friend than now..
take on a big bill board sign on the hi-way leading to your front step..and a huge webpage..with professional makeover..sign should read:
BIG GIG -
2 miles to GO
for sated GLO
2% for a friend in need...but don't reckon there is gonna be much trade...you need a lot of make-over and PR work ..also need seductive pose...hmm, I think you could give Clint Eastwood a run for his money..
The aspiring gigolo who dreams ...do be do be do...
first u need to put up your cv with real experience, your forte..some great flyers (not fly) ...lots of PR selling from women who know you...as the real dandy with alot of spirit and spunk..and you are on your way...so find yourself a good spin doctor..it is a world of spin and lies that sell a good story and a good line..so go get um..need me to do the selling for u I take 2%..but might be a hard job I reckon..
OK, OK. I guess I had better come clean. I am not really a gigolo, but if you bring out the checkbook and write enough numbers on the check, I will become one.
Well, I guess that is incorrect also. I am a gigolo right now, but still waiting on a customer -- to become a practicing gigolo.
Heck, Clinton was a lawyer, but have you ever seen him take a case yet??
The folks who visit dating websites are a representation of the reality that surrounds us all.
There are liars everywhere, it isn't unique to dating sites.
I personally had an epiphany as a teenager. I told a lie, and then later, in order to cover that lie, I told another person another lie. One lie begat another and before long, I had woven the proverbial "wicked web". The dread of being "discovered" overwhelmed me.
And despite my best efforts, and as is often the case, my lie was exposed for all to see. Mind you, the thing I lied about was a minor thing (in fact, although I remember the lesson, I don't actually recall the lie itself!), but the lesson was ingrained deeply.
And ever since I have found it exhilirating to not tell a lie and never have to worry tomorrow about something I said today!
A great way to live your life...
I agree with you totally, Minerva. And with Chazz and lioncourt also.
We've covered that topic in Romance/Honesty and the input was very good.
I've been lied to too often on the net, I've become very categorical on the subject. The ONLY thing I can tolerate is the age thing, IF the person tells me his real age on the first date or on the phone. Apart from that, pictures not matching the real person, marital status, smoking/non smoking, all leave me with a very sour taste in my mouth. I find it even disrespectful because it is a complete waste of everyone's precious time, so WHY on earth do it??? Like wellab said so well, where do you draw the line afterwards???
Chazz, I can understand your frustration! Both men and women lie, makes no difference. I posted a message about this I think under Romance (?) not sure... I said that most men lie about their height and most women about their weight and also it seems that both lie about their age! Don't see the point at all. If someone portrayed himself as being a certain height and weight and being fit and muscular etc... had a nice picture and then we met and he turned out to be much shorter and heavier or suddenly had no hair - sorry but I would be put off. I have absolutely no problem with bald men or men who are starting to lose their hair - many times I think it's sexy - but I want to know that from the start! I don't like bad surprises like that... and it's not about being shallow - I'm not. I just know what I'm attracted to and I would like that "what I see is what I get".
Chazz, sorry to hear that some women on MM lied to you. The men and women who are honest are few and far between. Personally I don't understand why anyone feels the need to lie about their age, or about anything else about themselves unless they have something to hide. If you're secure with yourself, then you feel good no matter what age you are. I've never lied about my age and never will. I'm proud I've made it this far, and life is good. Don't give up and good luck in your search.
It is most frustrating for me to continuously hear about "US MEN" and our inability to tell the truth, be honest and honerable. Granted there are some on here who deserve this, but then, there are those of us who are very honest and become a "typical shallow man" for having done so. I have had the misfortune of meeting several ladies from this site, who not only lied to me, but did so in a most blatant fashion. I am frustrated also with you women asking where are the "REAL MEN" on here? Do any exist? We are here, and just as frustrated as you are. One lady even wrote about my rudeness for commenting on her deceit about her age, however she has since taken her profile off. This site is obviously no better than any others, because the people are no better, some of them anyway.
Hellow there........ good for you for exposing someone if they have lied to you I personally have no respect for people that will not be truthful and totally honest and that goes for both men and woman and you can't personally take offensive what others say on this site these forums are to basically have some fun and make some friends which is a great way of doing it and I think this is why this site is different if we choose to do so and be kind and considerate of others!