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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 05:12

as usual they took off all my nice men's pix...but girls...here i am with some more just to please u all....LOL

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Posted on Sun, Sep 11, 2005 18:57

hehe I love men too! sometimes they cause problems but i cant live without them!



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Posted on Wed, Aug 31, 2005 03:01

and also this one



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Posted on Wed, Aug 31, 2005 02:58


1wildchild write:
Yeow!!!
My Goodness this guy is perfect!
Who is this creature? Would he pose for me?


they took off the pix...i'll put another one...just to give them work....LOL



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 03:06

But also this....LOL... sorry i am very visual...



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Posted on Tue, Aug 30, 2005 03:04

what i love about MEN?...here we go :



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Posted on Fri, Aug 19, 2005 15:19


BlondeLightning write:
Hi Bonnie,

LOL Sweetie, I just left London last week. I was staying at the Mar Thistle Marble Arch on Bryanston Street in London. Had to get out of town quick. You Brits take your football way to seriously there, lol. I went to the Arsenal/Chelsea game while there. I have an O2 Arsenal Jersey, and decided to sit in the Chelsea grandstands side of the field. I either have way too much testical fortitude of just plain stupidity. But I have fun cheering on the other team from the wrong side of the bleachers, still lol. I almost got beat up again for that stunt, but was it ever fun, LMAO. I just gotta enjoy myself ya know.

And I love Hyde Park and Picadilly Square too, along with other places there. I am leaving for Europe again this weekend, and London is on my list of places to be in. I will be staying at the Marble Arch again while there. I would love to meet up with you while there, e-mail me BlondeLightning at juno dott kom so we can meet somewhere. I might need a lawyer to bail me out if the London Metro Police ever catch up with me for my football capers, lol. Hey, I am just a young kid having fun- Right? LMAO still. Hope to see you while I am there! Do something about your weather for me please, it was somewhat cold there last week- 70 degrees daytime, 50's night time and too cloudy. Remember I am from Los Angeles where it is sunny 90's to 100's daytime, and 70's night time here. I had to wear a Parka there at night, lol. JK, but I did need a sweater at night there until I ran my daily 5 miles to warm up. ttyl



Blonde,
I will be in town , meeting up with Sharp too, so maybe we should all have a get-together! Football matches are dangerous if u are on the wrong side, I avoid the lager-louts and boorish madhatters at all cost. WEather is lousy this week but it makes us appreciate the sun even more.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 17, 2005 04:41


BlondeLightning write:
Hi Ladies,

Sorry you lil cuties for the late reply. I have been out of town in Europe since August 1st. Just returned yesterday to Los Angeles.

I would love to marry all of you, but I can not (Sigh). I would have to move to Utah first, convert to the Mormon LDS religion second, and sell my business or delegate all the traveling to someone else. I think I could do two of the three for sure, lol.

It would not be fair to all of you to be married if I was never there jetting off to somewhere in the world always. This is one of if not the main reason I wrecked my former marriage, never there for my Ex, so she found someone else that could be there for here all the time. See ladies, money is not everything. I have everything I could want materialistically, but a mate because of it. So do I really have it all? No, and I could not give you it all either- Me. Not fair to you.

But there is one thing I can give everyone- My Friendship! We can have funny and good times without the commitment. I am a hopeless romantic in my heart, but a businessman first. The two don't mix. So I guess as your friend, I will just have to come and visit you, and take you out on the town when I am there, or fly you to me where ever I may be in the world at the time? See we do have options, or a contingincy plan, lol. Bye sweeties for now. Off to Europe again until September. Chat when I return OK everyone? Have a great summer too!

Blondie, lol.



Hey, Blondie, I am the Brunette version of you..lol ..a global nomad but have been lucky that I was happily married and understood how it feels to be in a non-existent career based marriage. You are right about friendship being less committed and therefore I remain an advocate of LAT, in that there could be happy intimate relationships based on fun and happy memories minus all the other demanding commitments..Enjoy yourself..and if you are ever in London do get in touch!



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Posted on Mon, Aug 15, 2005 16:38

I love a man that has a good cologne on from Macys..........makes my claws curl!



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Posted on Sat, Aug 06, 2005 17:17

ok back to the topic at hand "what we love about men" - how about a different twist to it and what do love about men during the email/online introduction or emails. I think I am struggling with the whole how to get to know someone through email....

Just been out of the loop for awhile and had to post something....and since we have seen cubs hands, back what more is there to say on that subject.

  


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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 16:13

Nice, strong hands, Cubbins.



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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 16:08


Minerva415 write:

katiegrl write:

BlondeLightning write:
Ok Ladies,

I have reviewed all that has been presented here by you. I have a few that I would like to add to see if you are in agreement on:

When you are feeling sore or that time of month, the way we can massage your shoulders, neck or back to make you feel better, or if needed a whole body massage including the fingers and toes. Or how about giving you a big hug and lifting you in the air about a foot, so you are free floating while we embrace. Or just leaving you a little note under your pillow when we leave in the morning for work early, just to say that we love you, for when you wake later. And there are more, but you will have to ask me. I don't give all my secrets away either- Like Victoria Secret's Ha-Ha, lol.



B-Lite,

Would you please ask me to marry you?
sigh



Me too!! Would you share him Katie?? Pleeeaaaase...??



He isn't answering me, Min! I don't think he should be commenting on a thread and then going away and forgeting all the yummy stuff he said. He could get the counter-offer of a lifetime and blow it because he's hanging out in the Message board!



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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 00:27

Actually, the reason I started this topic is because I just love men. I watch them on the streetcar, in the malls, in offices, at restaurants, and as a species... you are all really kinda lovable and cuddly especially when you're just following your girl around, helping her carry things, opening doors with your arms full, driving her everywhere, waiting in the car because she said she'd be right back .....

I love your patience, I love your simplicity ... like if there was a problem ... YOU didn't know there was one! And when we tell you, you sorta don't know how to fix it, 'cause.....

You let so much roll off your backs, you take things in stride, you're so different that our differences are what make us a challenge to each other.

Vive la difference.......

Big sloppy kiss to ALL of you!

  


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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 00:17


golfer1976 write:
At the risk of adding one more male note in this thread, I would like to say that for those that liked the 10 cow woman story, the name of the story is "The Legend of Johnny Lingo" (I rented my copy at the local grocery store).

Great info ladies. Thanks!

Now what comes first? The red rose? The opening of the door? The note under the pillow? Oh, wait. A note under the pillow first would be bad. That's just plain stalking!

(I've got the whole simple, noncomplicated part in the bag?I think)



Hey Golf Dude! Are ya gonna write a book? That's a good idea! Target market: men who are tired of trying to figure us out! Start selling the books here! ..... giggle.....



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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 00:15


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katiegrl write:

Minerva415 write:


Uuuuhmm... just one little thing.... could you elaborate on that last line:
"(I was purchasing a bubblegum pink bra; Cubster knows the size)"

I'm intrigued....



Oh. Well ... uh ... like, you know Cubbie has that great collection of Cubberbum pics, huh? Okay, well ... he was talkin' to one of the other guys and they told him my , ... uh size. I don't know how they knew.



ummmmm ... uh ... I was curious you know in a friends kind of way and so... I asked Mel and he told me.


Cubbie, Cubbie, Cubbie ... you handsome little chicken, you! If Mel told YOU ... then he must have tricked it outa me! He's good at manipulating blondes that way.......

  


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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 00:11


drrepublic write:
Come on ladies, slow down, I can't take notes that fast (he he). Yes, there are men who meet the standards and expectations that each of you have identified. However, ya gotta take into consideration that us men can be just plain dumb at times, not quite get it, but some are at least willing to learn and be taught. This doesn't mean they're loosing their identity, they are just trying to grow with their partner. Just my thoughts :) What do ya think, Katherine?

Ron



Oh Ron ... I sure hope so! The stuff ladies dreams are made of.....
(heart thump, heart thump)

  


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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 22:18

At the risk of adding one more male note in this thread, I would like to say that for those that liked the 10 cow woman story, the name of the story is "The Legend of Johnny Lingo" (I rented my copy at the local grocery store).

Great info ladies. Thanks!

Now what comes first? The red rose? The opening of the door? The note under the pillow? Oh, wait. A note under the pillow first would be bad. That's just plain stalking!

(I've got the whole simple, noncomplicated part in the bag?I think)



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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 00:45


BlondeLightning write:
Ok Ladies,

I have reviewed all that has been presented here by you. I have a few that I would like to add to see if you are in agreement on:

When you are feeling sore or that time of month, the way we can massage your shoulders, neck or back to make you feel better, or if needed a whole body massage including the fingers and toes. Or how about giving you a big hug and lifting you in the air about a foot, so you are free floating while we embrace. Or just leaving you a little note under your pillow when we leave in the morning for work early, just to say that we love you, for when you wake later. And there are more, but you will have to ask me. I don't give all my secrets away either- Like Victoria Secret's Ha-Ha, lol.



B-Lite,

Would you please ask me to marry you?
sigh

  


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Posted on Fri, Jul 22, 2005 12:53


katiegrl write:
Min, aren't we sentimental sweeties? MEN TAKE NOTE! WOMEN ARE SENTIMENTAL SWEETIES. Well, most of us are.

I was in La Senza today. (Canada's Victoria's Secret). I was standing behind this well-dressed guy who was buying a filmy lavender Babydoll top with matching thong panties. (I was purchasing a bubblegum pink bra; Cubster knows the size). LOL

I said behind him, "Do you feel cool standing in this store in the line up, or are you freaked out?"

He turned around with a surprised grin. "I feel cool!" he said.

"You are cool!" I replied.

"I'm buying this for my girlfriend," he whispered. "I'm trying to get it before she comes by and sees me."

"What's the occasion?"

"Nothing special," he said.

Are there anymore men out there like that? Can I have the opportunity of meeting you? I want take a picture in case I ever get into a discussion on the existence of such a marvellous creature. I already have some pics of the real Santa Claus.


Not quite, Katie, it was Frederick's, was for my (now ex) wife, and it was because it was Friday. Or it was Iris Silks, by mail, for my (now ex) girlfriend, because it was for the 4th anniversary of the night we met, although she claimed not to rememnber. It wasn't enough: we did not celebrate the 5th.

Thank you all for your insights, which must seem de rigeur to you, but as I write my romance stories, it's the little things women have told me, in person or on boards like this, that make my heroines authentic. Be well,

Bill/ wilfred06/ pen name Jean de Cherie

  


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Posted on Fri, Jul 22, 2005 00:40


ScrippsRanchMel write:

Can the same outfit be purchased at Walmart and have the same sentimental value? :-)


Yes, but when she puts it on, it will probably itch, and not fit right. Spring for the LaPerla! Neither of you will be disappointed.



I'm just joking. I would have to purchase the outfit someplace special so she can have bragging rights to her friends.

Did you ever hear of the 10 cow wife? I read this story in Light Her Fire.

There was this village maiden. A father always told his daughter that she was not pretty. That when she got married that he would be lucky to have a man give one cow in trade for his daughter. It was customary to give the father of the daughter two-to-three cows in trade. The daughter always looked unhappy and not very pretty.

One day she falls in love with a man from a neighboring village. They decide to get married. The man shows up with 10 cows in trade for the daughter. The father is astonished as well as the maiden.

The father accepted the trade. Later, when they were alone she asked the man why 10 cows? He responded because you are so beautiful. From that day on she brighten up, put a big smile on her face, dressed better and the entire village noticed.

You see, it is the thought put behind the purchase to show a woman you love her is as important as the gift itself.

Therefore, no Walmart for me and my loved one.



That is so you, Mel. But as the woman on the side of the gift exchange, I wouldn't care if it came from a Thrift Store ... when a man gives me a gift, I cherish it.

  


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