Does men want old fashion romance! Romance

  • View author's info Author posted on Jan 05, 2006 11:04


    Hello. so far. been on here for few months. what am I'm doing wrong. is it my profile, leading men wrong idea's about me. so far i just got men, just asking for sex. meeting for sex. or web cam sex. It's not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for old fashion romance, Dating. going out. phone call or texting. Getting to know each other. i want a relationship. looking for my soul man. I don't mind the travel, I got family in Chicago. Have been chatting to someone from California. first, we were perfect match. told me he's looking for a wife. He coming to UK soon. now he want fun! sex. What wrong going out for few dates. see how's it goes. not meeting for few hrs, them jump into bed. Is there any real men out there, want relationship ect?
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  • View author's info posted on Apr 11, 2006 10:57


    TrueAngel, it is not your profile, it is the way most guys think these days, each generation is worse than one before, when I am thinking about my grand parents, and how men had more respect for women's feeling and how my father loves my mother and do anything for her, now I see guys who are only after free sex, before they went to bars and buy drinks for what they want, now they are on the internet and looking for getting it for free, that is terrible to think of, it may be some nice guy who are not like that, so you have to keep looking and find the right one.
  • View author's info posted on Jan 06, 2006 09:06


    sharp1 write:
    TrueAngel, there has been alot of discussion on the forums regarding this...one thing that consistently is pointed out to people is to use the spell check. It's important to proof read what you right, to ensure it comes out sounding good.

    For instance...take Bob's comment..."I does." Does that sound right to you? Don't mind Bobby...we apologize for him all of these forums...he's just being a goof..I mean he's just being Bob! lmao

    BTW. I'm dyslexic. Do try my best! working in the office in the city. Even my boss is dyslexic! lol!
  • View author's info posted on Jan 06, 2006 07:08


    sharp1 write:
    TrueAngel, there has been alot of discussion on the forums regarding this...one thing that consistently is pointed out to people is to use the spell check. It's important to proof read what you right, to ensure it comes out sounding good.

    For instance...take Bob's comment..."I does." Does that sound right to you? Don't mind Bobby...we apologize for him all of these forums...he's just being a goof..I mean he's just being Bob! lmao




    Us Redneck Boys is like that sometimes to. Ain't you never heared of using "colloquial vernacular" as a form of humor???
  • View author's info posted on Jan 05, 2006 15:59


    thank u for your advice
  • View author's info posted on Jan 05, 2006 15:52


    TrueAngel write:
    Hello. so far. been on here for few months. what am I'm doing wrong. is it my profile, leading men wrong idea's about me. so far i just got men, just asking for sex. meeting for sex. or web cam sex. It's not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for old fashion romance, Dating. going out. phone call or texting. Getting to know each other. i want a relationship. looking for my soul man. I don't mind the travel, I got family in Chicago. Have been chatting to someone from California. first, we were perfect match. told me he's looking for a wife. He coming to UK soon. now he want fun! sex. What wrong going out for few dates. see how's it goes. not meeting for few hrs, them jump into bed. Is there any real men out there, want relationship ect?



    Profile looks okay, nothing to lead a man on there, except possibly the title "Looking for Mr Right xx" maybe they read it too fast and think you are looking for Mr. "X X X" (in america, x rated films are highly adult content oriented, with tripleX being the highest rating)

    You might remove your pictures (web cam shots???) in the lingerie and bra, that might be somewhat misleading...
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