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Before I ever met you I knew you better then I should have.  

Icould 62M
309 posts
1/22/2019 1:42 pm
Before I ever met you I knew you better then I should have.


Before I ever met you I knew you better then I should have.

Once upon a time there was so much dreaming, so much imagining, so much wondering.

Now before I ever met you I have seen you naked.

I know so many little things about where and how to touch you, so many little things about what to serve you for food and drink.

Now before I ever met you I have seen you naked.

I know so much about you are we doomed to have nothing else to say?

Do we already know we will be great? Do we already know we were meant to be?

Now before I ever met you I have seen you naked.

Are we passed the shyness or past the discovering.

Could it be we have cast a net so wide we can find the one.

Is the catch so vast we would miss that little thing that lets you know it would be special.

Now before I ever met you I have seen you naked.

There you go
That's all and none of it tragic.


Icould 62M
3807 posts
1/22/2019 1:43 pm

Have I seen you naked?

There you go
That's all and none of it tragic.


Tmptrzz 58F
87135 posts
1/22/2019 2:03 pm

Such intriguing words and seeing someone naked before knowing them that's extremely hot but it doesn't leave much to the imagination once and if you do get together. Thanks for sharing this with us today, definitely gives us something to think about..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


Icould replies on 1/22/2019 3:26 pm:
I think we have lost our innocents and perhaps some of our charms.

bitchkitty2017 68F  
5301 posts
1/22/2019 2:08 pm

Nope never seen me naked and never will ...I don't get involved with attached men and you have to see my profile to get the full picture but again you are standard lol thanx for sharing anyway


Icould replies on 1/22/2019 3:22 pm:
this little ditty is more a wondering of how our online presents effects the early part of a relationship.

It actually has little to do with the idea of seeing anyone naked. It is just that we are likely to know a lot a person before actually meeting if you have spent time chatting here or else where.

Wonder167 53F

1/22/2019 2:17 pm

Very interesting ideal, but it rarely happens this way, they want to know so little before they see you naked. And even being outwardly exposed is not exposing the real you!


Icould replies on 1/22/2019 3:24 pm:
interesting point.
So our online persona is not who we end up being in real life.

Humm

So does that create joy or disillusionment when you first meet?

Heathen_G 61M
7838 posts
1/22/2019 3:54 pm

Assuming they told you the truth about themselves, yes, you might know her [some bits of her] before you actually meet. But this is your choice, to read all she says, and look at all her pictures..... you invited the pictures, you chose to look. You chose to meet...maybe.

The way, before the concept of social media, you met a girl, you imagined her.... but of course once the imagination met reality, -seeing her naked for the first time, spending time with her..-.. you kept her, or you dumped her.

So why bemoan about knowing her before meeting her? This saves some time. Dump her before meeting her, or meet her and pursue her.

So you've lost the imagination part... not a big deal.

You still have to see if you two [together] can pass the , "Being physical", together.... how she feels, how she smells, how she sounds, how she thinks, how she moves. You really haven't lost a great amount , by seeing a picture of her naked or reading what she thinks you should know about her.


Icould replies on 1/22/2019 10:17 pm:
I will equate the whole Idea to the girl in the over sized sweater and cutoff jeans walking down the beach with her shoes in her hand.
I don't know here, I haven't met her, But I certainly want her.

Wonder167 53F

1/22/2019 4:46 pm

    Quoting Wonder167:
    Very interesting ideal, but it rarely happens this way, they want to know so little before they see you naked. And even being outwardly exposed is not exposing the real you!
interesting point.
So our online persona is not who we end up being in real life.

Humm

So does that create joy or disillusionment when you first meet?


I am not saying that people online are not who they are in person. Yet, if they play that game, sure you will be disillusioned. If you're enticed with who they are online, depending how in depth the interaction was, you'd assume it could only be better in person.


Icould replies on 1/22/2019 10:18 pm:
I am guessing we all likely embellish at least a bit on line or at least default to the positive side.

Heathen_G 61M
7838 posts
1/22/2019 7:23 pm

    Quoting Wonder167:
    interesting point.
    So our online persona is not who we end up being in real life.

    Humm

    So does that create joy or disillusionment when you first meet?


    I am not saying that people online are not who they are in person. Yet, if they play that game, sure you will be disillusioned. If you're enticed with who they are online, depending how in depth the interaction was, you'd assume it could only be better in person.
. If you're enticed with who they are online,..... Best not to let your online interaction go so far . If you have their attention, set up a meeting.

The problem with spending a lot of time online with someone, this begins to only feed your imagination, but in the wrong way. You lose perception of who they are , and create an imaginary persona of who you want them to be.

depending how in depth the interaction was, you'd assume it could only be better in person.... .That can often prove to be a disappointing assumption.


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