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sinsationalgent 53M  
191 posts
7/1/2016 10:43 am

Ahhhh....the chase!! It is fun, isn't it? The anticipation...the feel "alive"....desired....wanted......even appreciated, or missed. Yet, then the lonely feeling once the other person vanishes........wondering what you did wrong, wondering if it was all a lie. Has happened often to me, yet there were those rare individuals that the chase has continued and continued for years...maybe not as regularly as before, yet the chase can continue for years if like minded enough and if that mental and physical attraction is amazing.

widowedhorsecock 53M
1 post
7/21/2016 11:39 am

I'd say your experience is far from abnormal on this site. The dine-and-dash mentality seem to be prevalent, primarily because this site is made up of fakes and flakes. Many, it seems, join this site to be someone they are not. Married, but looking to cheat (but fail to mention that in their profile). Submissive, but looking to dominate. Uncomfortable around women, but looking to prove their worthiness. Sooooo many people trying to be someone they're not, that when a real life situation presents itself, they run, not crawl, back in to their shell. I joined this site after my wife passed mostly to view amateur porn. I find it a great site to see folks home movies...natural, unedited, raw. Real people, having real sex. But I was quickly inundated with bi-sexual men sending me IM's at all hours, no matter how many times I said I was straight. Ahhh yes, fakes and flakes. Put something in your profile that you want folks to pay attention to, and they purposely ignore it. Tell folks you're not interested, and they get angry, and start a flurry of IM's that make you shake your head in amazement. As if they alone can change you.

My dear, you're intelligent, sexy, and I as can only imagine quite beautiful. Keep trying, and one day the man of your dreams will arrive. Put you on pedestal, take your breath away. But on this site, that may take quite some time.

fordfire4 43M  
261 posts
9/30/2016 2:23 pm

I have had the same thing. "On paper" the person seems like a perfect match, but when you actually meet them, and see them in person, the chemistry doesn't seem to be there.

chaso5 60M  
6528 posts
10/13/2016 5:07 pm

If it is only about the chase then it will surely end that way but I think if you do make a genuine connection across several levels then the butterfly can stay!

Mykes70 48M  
46 posts
10/26/2016 7:08 am

As I read this, I was thinking to myself: Wow, she sounds like me a bit.

Sometimes the chase is better than the catch...sometimes, both work out...

angus256 64M
1 post
11/12/2016 9:56 am

Fly fishing in Gold Medal rivers, catch-and-release. Same thing. The time and effort spent, all for the landing of the "trophy". Then let it go. Only thing here is that it is two individuals, each with trying to "land" the other. Ain't life great!

cammer52 65M  
5 posts
11/17/2016 8:24 pm

Have to give nods to the "flakes and fakes" answers.
"A picture( and typed conversations) is different then reality though" and the crowd stands on their feet because they're not going to stand on their hands and shouts, bingo!!!! or maybe they knew their mate would not approve or maybe heck the Beatles song just entered my head and now I have a brain fart.
In closing, lol. Bet they thought the chasing was over and by the end of lunch, they knew it wasn't.

IAisWorthy 50M/47F
81 posts
12/15/2016 9:47 am

Butterflies do come back around if fed properly.......


BlackTieAffairUS 51M  
166 posts
2/20/2017 12:55 pm

... and if you do it right, the chase is just foreplay. Which leads to awesome foreplay. Then, who knows... fiveplay or sixplay, its all good.

DevilishForU 57M
19 posts
12/15/2017 3:57 pm

The chase does make things exciting....but and afternoon lunch isn't a "catch" IMO. The catch comes after lunch....

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