I love you guys! (Not that way, pervert!) You guys (and gals-I don't want to forget kel and fieroannie) are the best. I've never felt so welcome and accepted in my life. (Yes--I do lead a very pathetic life!) I'd cry but I don't believe in it (only twice that I can remember). I had a real ***** (can I say that?) of a day at work and when I finally got home and logged on I already found that some of you missed me (well, you know what I mean!). Where's the Kleenex? What can I say? You all deserve another 20 years of me and my bs!! (Just kidding-sort of! )
Posts: 4635 From: Mashpee, Ma. USA Registered: May 99
Ok, I guess it's time for me to come out of the closet. I'm a lesbian! There, I said it. Yes, I like women. I'm also a flaming heterosexual. I hope you guys aren't too shocked. Actually, right now I'm nonsexual. ***sigh***
Jan 22nd, 2000
Posts: 4667 From: St. Cloud, MN Registered: Apr 99
batboy--I was gonna say "lesbian" but I didn't want to offend anybody! Lez hear it for all the lesbians!!!! What ever happened to the cute gal who posed for your pics? For some reason I got the impression that you were stepping out with her.
mutfish--Um...I don't think any of us will touch your comment. Although I do have a nasty habit if tormenting homos. Since this is getting decidedly un-family forum like, I believe I'll quit while I'm behind.
Monkey, if you really want to hear about my failures with women... well, I took that young lady (the one who posed with the Batmobile) out a few time, spent a bunch of money on her at fancy restaurants, was a perfect gentleman, bought her a nice Christmas present, etc, etc... Then I asked her out for New Year's Eve and she told me she was holding out in hopes that another guy she liked better would ask her out!!! Gee, thanks for crushing my ego to dust!!! And I didn't even get a kiss!!! The kicker is that the guy she likes don't give a crap about her and is unemployed most the time. He also got arrested for evading the police in a high speed chase because he was driving a stolen car just before New Year's Eve anyway. I sat home alone wishing I was with her and she sat alone wishing she was with him. Crazy! Why are nice girls always attracted to the bad boys. This is exactly the way my dating luck has gone for several years now. Blah!!!
Posts: 1437 From: Interior Alaska Registered: Dec 1999
'nice girls','bad boys',gee lets put on our one dimensional glasses and chase our simple objects. Oops, sour grapes from the dating challenged, time to go shovel snow and burn away some attitude. Its been forty below or colder since christmas and I got cabin fever really bad. Two feet of snow blew out the cold and its going to take about four hours of shoveling to get the Fiero a path to the road. There is a youg (40 is young to me) lady at my new job that has only seen my beater Eagle, I'm sure she will enjoy driving sideways, sometimes simple things are the best.
Batboy: I feel your pain. You like them, you think they like you, then whamo!! You know what I did, I went and got me a new attitude. My new attitude was and still is “LIVE LIFE”. Hold that head up and smile a lot. Be careful though, it got me married.
If you would like me to speak at your company or organization I will send you a info pack(just kidding)
I liked the flaming heterosexual reference.
Posts: 15796 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
Wow, batboy! What can I say except...been there, done that. I finally got hooked up with a nice Monkeygirl a couple of years ago, but I can still remember what is was like to be lonely. It's a real kick in the kahones when a girl you like tells you that she's waiting on someone else. Maybe you could ask her for a refund on the $$ you spent on her. (Just kidding-maybe) At least you have something to occupy your time (Fieros). Most of the time I was alone, I was driving a truck. There's only one thing to do when you're driving. Think, think, think. (OK, that's 3 things!) Stay busy and it might take your mind off of women. (Probably not, but it's a thought! ) I'll send you a "special" batch of medicine that dog and I whipped up!
Thanks for the support guys. My attitude had been improving over the last couple of years until this little setback. Wintertime is always the worst for me too. We may have much milder and shorter winters here than in Alaska, but I still get "cabin fever" sometimes. In the warmer months I'm busy and on the go constantly. Work's been a bummer lately too. Don't worry about me, I might do some whining, but I'm tough and I'm a survivor (once the broken heart heals back up again). Well... now that I've depressed everyone, let's cheer up and party. I raise my beer to toast all you wonderful Fiero Fanatics. It seems strange how we get to know each other and become buddies over the internet, even though most of us have never meet each other (and may never). Dogtired only lives a couple hours drive from me, so one of these days, we're going to do lunch and B.S about Fieros, I hope.
Posts: 121 From: Fawnskin, CA USA Registered: Oct 1999
I can relate, just got a dear john letter from a girl I have been chasing for a while, she said she is still in love with her ex-husband (he cheated on her all the time and tried to get married to another girl recently). My brother is living in a back room on my garage and can't hold a job and has more girlfriends than anybody I know! There is no logic to it so don't get frustrated. Remember you are dealing with women, the most unlogical, unreasonable, unstable, etc. creatures on earth. I'm sure this one is going to get me in trouble, oh well, that is nothing new.
Phil--Congratulations! I'm working on my 3rd (I'm pretty sure I got it right this time.). It'll be 2 years in March (either the 7th or 8th. Neither one of us is absolutely sure! It's strange because I'm the only 1 with the cool medication! )
batboy--I'll email you.
Jan 24th, 2000
Posts: 2799 From: Alabaster, AL USA Registered: Apr 99
GOD said to Adam in the garden of eden, You have done such a wonderful job here, I have decided to create a creature that will bring you joy, be your survent, cater to every one of your needs, and make you happy in every way possible! Adam says "sounds like that will cost me an arm and a leg! What can I get for a RIB???
OK so much for my lame attempt at humor?? I keep telling my wife that things will be different with my next wife!
Women!!! you gotta love em! Otherwise you would be Gay??
Posts: 2683 From: Onalaska, WI, USA Registered: Dec 1999
24 yrs next June. I knew her 5 week when we got engaged. A year later we had people asking "what did you have?". My response "a poodle!". We waited 6 years before our son was born (took that long to convince some that we didn't "have" to get married).
It'll be 23 years for us next Oct. She got me on the rebound.I wish I had found her first. my first wife had a terrible elastic problem, she couldn't find any strong enough to keep her underwear on. Life definately got better after I met my second wife. Now 23 years later (almost) We have two great kids and a 3 month old grandaughter. The only way it could get better was if I were a millionaire. Anyway hang in there batboy it'll happen.
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Posts: 15796 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
kel--Most, if not all, of the other forum members (including myself!) would have to agree with you. I am 110% totally, certifiably, absolutely CRAZY!! Most members (and all of my friends, both on the forum and off) think that's a good thing, but there are some (such as my "special" doctor) who think otherwise!
wkayl--I've got you beat, buddy! I knew my wife about 5 weeks when we got married! 3rd best thing that ever happened to me!!!!! (Jesus and my son were the 1st 2)
kong--I feel your pain. My 1st wife had the same "elastic" problem. We don't have any children together, but we do have well over 300 "kids". (Monkeys, apes, orangutans, gorillas, etc. Where do you think I got my name?? )