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why do i want something bad over something wonderful??
February 17, 2004
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marley,
I guess i just feel psycho...and plus Jimmy has called me that a few times because of things I have done, but i think he ment it in a joking way..u know?
I guss I created that meeting him by chance because I thougth there was a chance I would get to see him...but I had told him I might go there anyway and that my dad loves that place, so it wasn't a total shocker. And I had introduced him to my father once and I guess I wanted him to see him again. I don't know why.

I am a total control freak i think....yes, with Shane I feel that way....I am smarter than he is, more experienced than he is...more social than he is...and much more controling than he is. But with Jimmy it was always an "equal" feeling, until the crazy stuff started with him...and he got divorced and became this "single" guy and developed this "i don't give a sh_t" attitude. But when I think of my past boyfriends, they were always in control...I would fall in "love" with them and have sex with them...then in a few weeks they would move on and I would be heart broken.
But with shane it was different....I was in control and he treated me like a queen.
You lost me on the relinguish contol thing, can you please rephrase that somehow or give me an example to make me understand exactly what you mean? I read it 5 times and still got confused....sorry.

Do you think it's possible for me to just be a friend to him that just cares for him and will be there for him and try to regain some trust in that relationship? It's hard for me to imagine my life without him in it in some way....it hurts too much to think about that.

-Annette

February 17, 2004
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Annette,

If I were you, I would take tow pieces of paper. At the top of each page write a name. One for Shane, one for Jimmy. Divide the paper in half. On one side write out the pros of staying with Shane, and the cons of staying with Shane. On the other sheet of paper - do the same thing. The pros and cons of being with Jimmy.

But, bottom line this man does NOT want to be with you. So, why are you chasing him so damn hard? Give him up. Let him live his own life, and make his own mistakes, and get out of his own problems. You are not helping him one single bit. The only thing you are really doing is bringing yourself down.

From what you are saying about your husband, most woman - many right here on these boards would give their right arm to have a man treat them with so much kindness and respect.

You have brought up your sexual history numerous times on these threads that you have going. Again, do not take this as me passing judgement - but why do you feel you were so free with your being? Are you equating sex with love?

Again, I think that the easiest way to "forget" Jimmy is to stop all contact with him. I'm sorry, but I can see where he feels you are bordering on obsessive and a potential stalker. I guess the other question in this realm of thinking is who is caring for your children while you are out running all over town chasing this guy?

Z.

February 17, 2004
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A -

Sorry I have been gone all day and did not get your last response . . . will write more in a bit and attempt to explain.

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February 18, 2004
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OK A - here is what I meant . . .

When you are the type of person who is used to being in control and always having your way, sometimes what you really want is for someone to be there for you to trust, someone else who can be in control, so you can relax and just enjoy life and not get so caught up in running everything. Does this help? I think with you and feeling "equal" with this man indicates that what you are really looking for is someone that you can trust on this level. That you can just be yourself and not worry about needing to take care of things.

However, I will say that this man - although he may feel like your equal - is NOT your equal. He is not a caring, giving, etc as you are - at least not in your relationship with him. He treats you as you treat others (maybe only sometimes) it is attractive to see ourselves in others. This does not mean it is good to be with people who are like us. Maybe we need to be less controlling - maybe we need to learn how to focus more on just being.

I don't know really. I am struggling with my own issues with Dr. Jekyll - so I know that it can be hard. I have asked for my freedom and he gives it to me, but then I don't want it? Why? B/c I like deluding myself into believing that he is the one. Well if he is the ONE, he certainly isn't acting the way I want him to now and I think that is a huge sign that he is NOT the ONE! I think you are going through the same thing. This man you love - he will never change and now that he is "single" he thinks he is on to better things. Rather than worrying about that - get on to better things yourself. Your own life for instance?

All the best - hope this isn't too much honesty.

Marley

February 18, 2004
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Annette, I have been drawn to your threads because it is so similar to what happened to me. I've been on this site for a couple of years but don't often respond to other threads. This is one of those rare exceptions. I am VERY familiar with what you are feeling and I don't want you to go through years of hell like I have.

Here's a little background. I am just now coming out of a seven-year affair with Elvira. I work with her and have to see her every day. I expect that she will soon marry her fiancee who has been engaged to her throughout our affair.

I too have a loving spouse. She has her problems and I am not sure our marriage will survive. But, she does love me and I carry the guilt of my betrayal.

Elvira has drained me emotionally and financially. Elvira is a classic narcissist and survives by using other people. I'm not sure that your Jimmy is a narcissist but I know he is a user. You might want to read up on Narcissistic Personality Disorder and see if it fits Jimmy. But, I do know a user when I see one and your Jimmy is a user. I think that you would see that if you would open your eyes and be truthful with yourself.

I have spent a lot of time looking for the roots of my obsession with Elvira. I know it goes back to my childhood. I don't have a clue what is driving you. I know it's not Jimmy and it's not Tony. It's something much more fundamental than that. My guess is that it is something related to your parents that began in childhood. That's just a guess. I'm no expert here.

Nevertheless, it's important for you to see the real Jimmy, the Jimmy you can't admit to yourself right now. And, it's important for you to discover the real roots of why you are doing this to yourself. I just hope it doesn't take you seven years like it has taken me.

Here are the facts as I see them.

There is something very WRONG with your relationship with Jimmy. He is just using you and playing with your emotions.

This relationship will lead to nothing but heartache. It doesn't matter if you end up with Jimmy or not. Whatever pleasure you receive from this relationship will be far outweighed by the pain.

You will not find your way out of this until you see the ugly face behind Jimmy's smile. And, you will never be able to find real happiness until you discover and accept the real person inside yourself.

I'm sorry I am so blunt. But, the place you are headed is not pretty and itโ€™s not romantic ... it's hell on earth. Trust me ... I'm there ... I should know.

February 18, 2004
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Marley you amaze me. Really and truly. I am sitting here gaping. The picture you just painted in your posts above -- it's like someone looked into my heart and typed out some issues I struggle with. I never even thought of things in that way before. You just gave me a nugget to mull over. Thank you for the insight. I know it was meant for onmymind but you have no idea how it just struck me. This may be the line of reasoning I've been searching for and struggling to understand about myself for years.

Thank you again!

February 18, 2004
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One more thing...

You asked if it might be possible to just stay friends with Jimmy and to keep him in your life.

I am still friendly with Elvira to maintain our working relationship. But, the very sight of her repulses me. I know how much better and happier I would be if I didn't have to see her every day. It's like an open sore.

It might be possible for you to remain friends with him. But, you will never really heal from this if you do.

February 18, 2004
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jwt,
I just read your responses...and thank you so much for them. Today is only my third day doing this, so I am very new. A very dear friend of mine uses this and I have been trying to talk to him about my situation and he knows that I need to just get away from Jimmy, but he know how much I love him also. I feel like I drop so much on him (which I do), and he told me monday that I should try this site out...that the people on here are very insightful and could possibly help me. I am very hard-headed...I will admit that. But I am a very giving and caring person. Jimmy told me that I have a huge heart. And he has told me that he would probably never find someone who loves him as much as I do. It makes me feel good that he does know that, but it hurts that it doesn't seem to matter to him.
One thing i noticed on your response is that you never once said you "loved" elvira. You only used the word "obsession" with the relationship. Have you ever loved her or was is just a sexual relationship? I honestly feel in my heart that I love Jimmy. Maybe he is a user...I don't know how to truely diagnose his behavior, but I will look up and research the Narcissistic Personality Disorder and see what i think.
I spoke to Jimmy on my way home from work yesterday. He actually beeped me to just tell me he was sorry he didn't get a chance to call me back earlier. We talked about his work mostly and how his goal is to be the store manager in three years and he was on his lunch break and sitting in the parking lot and he would say "here drives up the store manager in his BMW"...or "here drives up XX in their XX" every now in then when one of the head people would get there. He really wants to be rich, that is so obvious. Anyway...I feel like he looks to me for friendship. I honestly do. He doesn't have many true friends. I don't really feel sorry for him, but I feel like that if i just stop talking to him and tell him that I can't be his friend or anything anymore then he will just think of me as just someone else that has let him down in his life, and i don't want him to remember me that way. I wish I could just get over the strong feelings I have for him and just be his friend and be there for him as a true friend. Am I crazy for wanting that?? What do u think??

-Annette

February 18, 2004
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Marley..
I finally grasp what you are saying now...thanks for explaining it!
I woke up this morning and set a goal. One baby-step. I know that Jimmy is off of work today and tomorrow and has his son these days and will probably just hang out at his apartment bc he is broke. Knowing this, and knowing him...I would be most certain he will be cruising the chat rooms. Normally, I would be cruising them at top speed trying to "find" him under an "inviting" id that I created just to get his attention. Normally he would pm me under this id and I would immediatly know it was him, so I would know his new id...and just pretend to be someone else, but he's smart now and only continues a chat conversation if they will allow him to see them on their web cam or call him so he can make sure it is not me. Pathetic, I know. Anyway...so far I have not entered a single chat room...I am very proud of myself...pray I keep this strength up!! I must take baby steps first I think before anything else. What do u think?

February 18, 2004
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Annette,

You wrote: "Anyway...I feel like he looks to me for friendship. I honestly do. He doesn't have many true friends."

Have you ever thought that this is the case because he is a user, and many people do not like being taken advantage of?

Z.

February 18, 2004
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Zinnie,
I honestly don't think he is like that with anyone besides me. I recall him telling me that he always feel like he's being used or "taken advantage of" with his family at times. And when he talks about his friends and family, it seems as though he is a giver to them. So it only seems to me that he uses me, i'm not sure why. What do you think?

February 18, 2004
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Honestly... from what you have shared - I think he will do and say anything to keep you on the line, and make him seem like he is a wonderful person to you.

In order to have friends - you really do need to be a friend.

But, again - I have to ask, while you spend so much time obessessing about him, who cares for your children and husband? Have you ever thought that if you put that much energy and effort into your relationship with them - you would probably get the attention you are so desperately wanting.

Z.

February 18, 2004
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Has any one ever thought that people use other people but really their motives are not to use but something else that is the only way they know how to relate?

February 18, 2004
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A -

I think it is wonderful that you are not in the chat rooms trying to be someone else to get his attention. I am a little concerned now to know that he seems so adamant to avoid you. Maybe he just likes looking at new girls and hearing their voices to see if they are interested - sorry if that is harsh.

Anyway, congrats congrats congrats. It is the first step away from your earlier behavior and I am proud of you!

Marley

February 18, 2004
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Annette, I don't mean to be harsh. But, what you write could have been me two years ago.

I thought I was head over heals in love with Elvira. I thought she was the one I had waited for all my life. You said you were hardheaded. You could probably look up the phrase in the dictionary and my picture would be right next to it. Hey, I spent seven years making excuses for Elvira and denying the truth that was right in front of me the whole time. I guess that is what some of us do when we want something that badly.

A counselor once told me that I would change when it hurt badly enough. Someone on a thread long ago told me that I would change when I was "sick and tired of being sick and tired." For me, that was a seven-year process. If that's not hardheaded, I don't know what is.

In any case, I just want you to save yourself from some of the pain that has left permanent scares on my heart. But, no one can do that for you. It will only happen when you see and accept the truth. It's hard and it hurts but it is the only way.

Does that guy really want to be your friend? It sounds like he avoiding you in chat rooms. And, it sounds like he is trying to hide a lot of things from you. Yes, you are playing games with him too. This doesn't sound like a real friendship to me. And, I don't know why either of you would want to be involved with something like this.

You say you want to be his true friend. First, that doesn't mean you have to give him money. That was the first thing I cut off to see if there was anything else that was important in the relationship. Second, I'm not sure that you are just interested in just a friendship. I think he means much more to you than that. And, I think it will always hurt you if that was all there was to your relationship. Am I wrong?

It's possible that Zinnie is right. He may have trouble keeping friends once they become tired of being used. And, I think that he will say or do anything to keep you on the line. That last one is a classic NPD characteristic ... he needs you for his narcissistic supply. MEC suggested that some people might use others because that is the only way they know how to relate. Yep, you call those people narcissists.

I don't mean to keep beating the narcissist drum. Jimmy may not be one. But, it seems that a lot of the signs may be there. Let us know what you think.

I know you say that you are the only one he uses. I really doubt that. Why don't you talk to some of the people who have known him in the past and see what they say?

February 18, 2004
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A -

are you there, I haven't heard from you all day. Are you angry? Busy? What is going on with you?

February 19, 2004
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Hi everyone, I became very busy at work and was unable to read any responses yesterday afternoon.
Thanks for your concerns...here goes my replys.

Zinnie,
I have also wondered myself sick about why he keeps me on the line. I don't think he's a wonderful person, at least not to me. When we fight (i mean really get in fights and say that we don't ever want to see or talk to each other ever again)and then we somehow get back to being friends again...I asked him why does he still want to be friends and he just says he doesn't like to have enemies...which doesn't make much sense, but that is his answer.
Why would he lie? I've wondered if he maybe has feelings for me but just has too much pride to admit it. What do u think??
I've told him that I don't feel like he treats me like a friend, and he just gets defensive and says that I create drama and usually pushes me away for a while and gets quiet.
I work full time....my child is in daycare and when i get off work i go straight home and care for my child and my husband. I don't really think I crave any attention. I am not really the needy type. I am just obsessed with Jimmy. Do I seem needy??

marley,
Well, I made it until around 3:30...and went into a chat room for 5 mins...then realized how stupid i was and got out and threw myself into work. I know he enjoys looking at new girl and hearing their voices and he craves attention from anyone that will make him feel special. I've known that from the day we met. He also loves for girls to see him on his cam as well....and he enjoys masterbating for them on his cam. (sounds sick i know).
So don't think what you said is harsh in anyway at all....i've known how he is for a long time. He's done it with me many times and has also done it when i was pretending to be someone else. I guess he just thinks of it like reading a magazine, but only more exciting or something. Sorry if I am so blunt about all of this, but it is the truth, and I don't want to lie on here when i'm trying to get help. I am kinda knows to give out too much information and be too detailed at times.

jwt,
You say so much that really hits me. You remind me of marley in a lot of ways.

I have been "sick and tired of being sick and tired" many times!! Every time we would fight I would say "never again"....then he calls, my heart falls...and i'm back to the start.

I think I see the truth, but accepting it, or knowing for sure that what i think is the truth really is the truth is my problem. Does that make sense?? I over-analyze things slightly. He has already left permanent scars on my heart and on me mentally. I can not have sex with my husband without thinking of Jimmy and crying after it's over. How sad is that??

I honestly don't know what he wants from me. Yes, he avoids me in every way possible...and he is very cautious about what he does and doesn't tell me. And yes...I will admit I do play games with him too, which i know is wrong.
I really have no idea why either of us want to be involed with the other after everything we've been through and all the hurt we've caused the other...it makes no sense at all to me. I still care and feel what I believe to be love for him....but he denies any of those feelings for me, he says he feels nothing for me.
I wont give him anymore money, i've made a promise to myself not to do that anymore. I will admit that I would love to be more than friends with him because he does mean more to me than that, but I know that will never happen. It will probably hurt me, but I want to try to be able to deal with those emotions if it is possible.

I'm going to research the narcissist idea. Do you know of a good website I can go to?

I can't just call people he knows and ask them if he's used them. I've tried to find people in chat rooms that may know him, but I have come up empty-handed every time. I've met both his close cousins and I know where they live...but Jimmy would kill me if I ever contacted them. I also know where his ex-wife works, lives and I know her phone numbers, but again, he would kill me if i called her. And she would probably kill him if she knew he was still talking to me. I also know his ex-gf's phone number and email address....but I'm sure she would not talk to me bc I think jimmy has convinced her that i'm just some psycho ex-gf and just tells lies about him. What else can i do??

February 19, 2004
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Annette,

You ask do you seem needy?

Sorry to hurt your feelings, but yes, you do.

You are following him around in chat rooms hoping to catch up with him? You have his ex-wife's and ex-girlfriends information? Why? You want to call them and alk to them about him? Again, why?

He likes having women watch him and he likes watching women through a web cam doing sexual things to themselves? I'm sorry - but that is down right degrading, and I would honestly question a man who spent his time doing that.

Again, I think you need to really sit down and take a long look at what you are doing, and the effect it is having on your family, etc. Look at the effect it's having on you.

Z.

February 19, 2004
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Why would he lie? To get whatever it is he is after from you.

What he does on the webcam -- doesn't sound sick, it IS sick. This is what he does when he meets new people? Interesting way of relating -- some would say it was a method of degrading them right from the start, delegating them to the role of observer to his performance. If you think about that line of reasoning, it could prob tell you a lot about his true character.

Jwt is right -- the "what else you can do" is to simply at some point put yourself first. Realize and stand firm on the knowledge that your first responsibility lies with yourself and what is best for you. Until you get to the point where the current path is more distasteful to you than taking the chance to branch off, you will continue as you are. The sad but true fact is that the person you are harming the most is yourself. The more you try and justify things, the only one you are really really doing a disservice to is yourself. I made up a saying six years ago when I was going thru an affair -- "Of all the lies you tell, the ones you never can pull off are the ones you tell yourself." I was in the darkest valley of my life to that point, and realized I wasn't fooling myself. If I can't be truthful to myself, and do what is best for me as a woman, what am I? When I am content with my life choices and my views and do not apologize for who I am but rather embrace my many good qualities and demand ongoing growth and honesty of myself, I then attract like minded people instead of the users, the ones who seem to smell a weakness and gravitate to it, to exploit it.

I can't say it enough -- the answer lies within YOU. Every time you give in and go in the chat rooms, every time you call him or contact him, the one you are betraying most of all is yourself. Just like any addiction, the cure has to be to break the habit of the destructive behavior. Also just like any addiction, this can only be achieved when the addict is ready to turn their back on that way of life once and for all. Until then, it won't work.

Be strong. Value yourself as a strong independent woman. You can do it.

February 19, 2004
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Hi JWT and SFB...

Long time no talk to - I hope you are both well.

Love,

Zinnie

February 19, 2004
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Hey Zinnie! Thanks, and it's good to see you too! ๐Ÿ™‚

How have you been feeling? Hope all is going well for you...

February 19, 2004
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A -

Sorry I have been super busy at work all day. I think that everyone has covered the basics before me, but I do want to add one thing and maybe pull some of the motifs of this saga together.

First, "they" say that you are always willing to let someone hurt you until they exceed how much you are willing to hurt yourself. Think about this? How much would you hurt, punish, degrade, debase yourself for any reason at all. Why would you act in such a manner? What is it that is fueling your desire to be miserable? When you have these answers you may start to come to some realizations about what (if anything) you ever wanted or thought you were getting from Jimmy.

Second, masturbating on web cams for strangers in chat rooms is sick. I will say that my ex, during one of his I need to grow phases, decided to try online dating and some of the pictures I saw there (when he showed me who would respond to his ad) were simply revolting. People who do this are not sexually liberated, they are self-depracating.

Third, have you seen the movie "Unfaithful"? If not - watch it and tell me why you think she acted the way she did and what you would do in her situation.

Fourth, please forget Jimmy and forgive yourself. I know this seems so terribly hard right now. I know when you love someone you want to forgive all of their faults. Have you ever thought maybe you love Jimmy b/c he is so NOT perfect? It is almost altruistic or martyr-like for you to love him because he is so not deserving? (just a thought)

I hope you are well and you never mention your children or what goes on with them - so I wish them the best too.

Everything happens for a reason and I am so proud of you for getting out of that chat room so quickly. Sure maybe you relapsed momentarily, but you realized it and that is surely a sign that you are ready to move on.

Love,

Marley

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Annette

Try this site

http://samvak.tripod.com/archive01.html

It is written by a narcissist. But, he provides a lot of information and insight into NPD.

February 23, 2004
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Hi everyone! I just wanted to thank all of you for all of your help in listening and giving me some wonderful advice!
Last week I went under an alias chat name and chatted with his ex. (I was pretending to be a guy she had spoken to a long time ago). I wanted to find out if I was the one who broke them up or if that is just what he told me. I asked her when her last serious relationship was and she told me about a year ago...which would had to be Jimmy bc I know they went on a trip to Biloxi together for Valentines day (I know this bc he actually called me and asked me to call and get room rates for him and her, which I did not do!! And I told him off for asking me that bc he knew that he and I had talked about going there together before!!) Anyway...back to the ex. She actually called him "emotionally challenged" and a narcissist!!(you must be right jwt!!) His ex is a psychology major. The thing I found most comical in chatting with her is that she said he sucked in bed...and she had to do all the work!! HAHAHA!!
And she said that she got sick of him and told him off to his face, so that means that it was not because of me...it was because of HIS behavior!!!
Well....I have not spoken to him since last tuesday I believe it was...so wish me luck this week. I am not going to call him and I don't know his work schedule so I don't know when he will be home and cruising the chat room...so no temptation this week!!
I know that speaking to his ex in that way was wrong...but i am soooo glad i did it now!!!! Now I don't have to feel like everything is my fault, and knowing that he put the blame on me makes me just mad at him!!

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ARGGGHHHH!!!!
He beeped me at 8:21(he beeps me on my nextel...which means call him back on his cell phone bc his incoming calls are free) this morning and I called him back....we just talked about what he's been up to and stuff about work....FOR 33 MINS!!!
WHY DID I CALL HIM BACK???!!!??!!!!
And i was soooo freaking nice to him, like i'm his best friend...arrghhh...WHYYYYYY

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