“He let go of my neck and pushed my head down and sideways again. I gasped as he exited me without any warning and began rimming me.
“What did he do?” Sarah exhaled. “What did he NOT do? I agreed to meet him out front and quickly ditched my girls. I told them I was feeling sick and needed to go home. He followed me to my place and before the front door was closed, he had me pinned to it, kissing me, nibbling on my neck.
I’ve had some interesting experiences with online dating which, unfortunately, mirror real life. I’m realizing that people are people.
“Sarah,” Lori said, “You say you like sex and yet you often don’t have a sexual partner. Why is that?”
“Why’d you send me an invite on Facebook?” Clown asked.
My reply was simple. “I’m trying to drive traffic to my blog page and I had to create a Facebook profile page in order to create a Fan Page. When someone accepts my invite, I can then invite them to like my page, and from there they’ll read about my blog and hopefully subscribe to it.”
Regina tried online dating … again. She knew she was living out the definition of insanity, though she was trying desperately to not become a complete cynic.
Charles sat inside by the window overlooking the parking lot. His position gave him full view of the cars pulling in and parking, and also of the front door.