No question, I’ve said it before: it’s always best when guys are up front with what they want. Although I do appreciate a bit of teasing, a bit of mystery to be solved.
Check out a for-realz message I got in my box from a complete stranger. I’ve cut and pasted in order to present it in all its formatted and wordy and misspelled glory:
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He signed off with his phone number.
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Here’s what comes to mind when I read something like that.
1. This is not a “form” email he sends out to all his prospective buddies — I know because the same guy sends me variations of the above every week or so. He is persistent, I’ll give him that.
2. Although, as I said, I’m all about being up front regarding your wants/needs, this communiqué is more appropriate for a bareback site. To advertise as such on a non-bareback site is fine, too, but… without knowing who’s on the other end? Seriously?
3. Does dude have much luck with these kinds of shout-outs? He must: the tone certainly sounds like he’s having the time of his life. And his profile lists about a gajillion more buddies than I have.
But I chose not to block him. Why?
- He’s proudly unsafe, but certainly not aggressive (I try to only block the freaks.)
- I thought it would be more courteous to finally reply and tell him that it wasn’t for me.
His reply: lemme no if u chg ur mind!
Gotta admit, he’s livin’ the dream!