8 Sep

It just never ends, does it?

Today’s interaction is with a 22 year old male, who apparently doesn’t have a head.  Just a torso.  It appears as though he has probably been working out for about a month or so.. slightly defined, but nothing he should be bragging about.

“Into younger guys?”

“I’m not sure what you mean by that question.”

“I mean do you want a sexy athletic 22 year old to fuck your brains out or not?”

“Why would I want that from someone I don’t know?”

“because I’m insanely attractive  and it would feel so good.”

“I’ve not fucked many ‘insanely attractive’ guys that I DO know.  Your logic stands to no reason.”

“Before you insult my logic reread your sentence and try to type coherent.  Your logic is nonexistent”

I had a few moments of self doubt after reading that message..  But, I think my sentence made sense.

“Let me retype it for you, then:

I have (I’ve) not fucked many of the ‘insanely attractive’ (I am quoting your description of yourself here..) guys (males, men, boys) that I do know.  (As in guys that I know in real life.  I DO know them, versus you who I do not.)

So, if I won’t fuck them, and they are ‘insanely attractive’ (which can also be proven as I have seen their face..) Why do you think I would fuck *you* for that reason?

Does my sentence make better sense to you now?  🙂  (<– this indicates this was not said bitchily.  It is a smiley face.)”

“I do not think you would.  whoever said i thought you would fuck me? putting words into my head now?  I hate to be a misogynistic asshole guy but sometimes my physiology gets the best of me.  Yeah I think you’re attractive and I would totally love to fuck you to be straightforward.”

“How have I put words in your head?  You asked if I was into younger guys and when I questioned that, you clarified by saying ‘I mean do you want a sexy athletic 22 year old to fuck your brains out or not?’   … Were you asking for a friend or something?”

“I never once implied the slightest that I thought you would fuck me.”

“I can’t imagine your logic was ‘There is no way she’ll ever have sex with me.. I better ask her to be sure.’ “

“I’m not sober.  Idk what I was thinking and I don’t like arguing so i’m done”

“Okay.  Have a nice life.”

“Feminazi.  Fuck off.”


Umm…… ???

10 Responses to “Feminazi.”

  1. zebrawoman September 8, 2014 at 2:59 am #

    I am ROTFLMAO here. You totally called him out and he got pissy like a little bitch. Funny!!


  2. Jo September 8, 2014 at 11:20 am #

    Good looks are not everything in a guy, but they help.


  3. phoenix September 8, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

    Feminazi… what a clever kid 😛


  4. Lauren September 8, 2014 at 7:57 pm #

    Reblogged this on Cupid is on vacation and commented:
    I just have to re blog this. REDIC!


  5. virtualdiablo September 9, 2014 at 7:33 pm #

    I can’t help but think that you are reporting nothing but the worst of your experiences. This gives the impression that all men are like the ones you’ve blogged about but of course they are not. The internet is quite often the seedy dark bar corner of the universe and it’s a roll of the dice what you will find there. I understand that your blog is about the difficulties in internet dating but without telling the good stories it has the feeling that I get watching the news in that it’s only the bad that gets reported. There just isn’t any balance. So many people stop watching the news for just that reason. Perhaps internet dating is not a good way to meet people since as you pointed out you can’t see them, etc. I’m not sure what the point is of subjecting yourself to this, I think the only thing you have proven is that it doesn’t work.Do you perhaps think it’s valuable to give other women the good stories as well? In the end if you aren’t finding good men on the internet then maybe that just isn’t a good method or place to find good men. Without the balance it seems you’re painting with a wide brush that portrays all men in the examples your posting. This type of focused viewpoint tends to deep the gap between the genders, not bring them together because to your readers it seems like it is all inclusive instead of a focus group.


    • Soon2BeCatLady September 9, 2014 at 8:25 pm #

      I appreciate your comments.

      The objective with my blog is to portray why I am turning into a crazy cat lady – and not why the internet is a great place to meet new people. (And I’m the first to tell anyone — the internet IS a great place to meet new people.. I’ve made several new friends.)

      I don’t blog about the good experiences (often, anyway.. There are a few on here..) for reasons tri-fold:

      A) They are boring.
      2) You can go on any dating website and read success stories.
      3) Married people who don’t know I have a secret identity give me the advice to online date all the time.. “Its so easy to find someone online! So and so met her husband online!” THIS is a place for us singletons to send our married advice-givers who think it’s a piece of cake. Online Dating is CHALLENGING. For each “good” experience I’ve had, I have over ten bad ones. This needs to be out there, too.

      I don’t feel anyone has ganged up against men on here. The purpose is to laugh,.. Cuz, come on.. This is funny stuff! The Girls can know they aren’t alone.. And the “good” guys can see what the girls don’t like, and/or be a little more tolerant in our frustration.

      ❤ CatLady


      • virtualdiablo September 9, 2014 at 10:00 pm #

        I agree that the purpose is not to gang up on men and I honestly feel for you and anyone that goes through what you have and continue to go through. It is not easy to meet people and I truly think that technology is more of a hindrance than a help until after you have found someone. A text can not replace a look, kiss or hug and Skype on its best day is no replacement for being with someone. In reading your posts it impossible to not feel for you because the things that happen that you report are really deplorable. Online dating in and of itself can work but I think as you pointed out you will probably have more negative experiences than positive depending on the venue. The most wonderful person I have ever met was online and found when I wasn’t looking. In a larger picture my belief is that nothing is by accident and it is only our failure to see what is heading for us like meteors on any given day. I hope you find what you are looking for, I’m sure you will.


  6. virtualdiablo September 9, 2014 at 7:59 pm #

    One last comment, from what I understand Tinder is an app geared towards college students girls/guys who want to ‘hook up’ and was even piloted on college campuses. I would therefore not think that would be a place to find a lasting relationship, not that it can’t happen but I would think the odds are against you and most of what you will find are people wanting to ‘hook up’. So going to a place where people are there just to ‘hook up’ and finding exactly that, you can’t really be surprised. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein’s quote is appropriate here. 🙂


    • Soon2BeCatLady September 9, 2014 at 8:26 pm #

      I just tag Tinder since it’s online dating related. I will specify in my post when the interaction is from Tinder. This interaction was an OKCupid gem.


      • virtualdiablo September 9, 2014 at 10:03 pm #

        Thanks for the clarification. 🙂


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