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Touche!

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Yeah, Jim, that NEVER happens here, LOL!

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Cpl4PLAY, we used to visit that site frequently. We learned, though, that it's an awfully "cliquish" site, and they can be incredibly narrow-minded for swingers, who are supposedly open-minded people.

Try posting an opinion that is clearly out of synch with the majority and see what happens! LOL

Jim

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usually we do not make dates via emails.we use the phone or instant chat.What gets me, we are chatting they want to go out, we give them our telephone number , a few days later they give us theirs and want us to call when they contacted us.I guess it does not matter who calls whomwhen they contact us, we expect them to call. When I make contact and suggest a playful night we always call the person who we invited to come along. As far as how long to wait for a response,that would depend on how active you are or wish to be.

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We scheduling dates the old fashion way by phone....

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Giving an RSVP date works well for us!

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We always try to suggest SEVERAL possible dates to meet, knowing full well that other people have lives too that create scheduling problems. We would also suggest simply saying something like "We request that you respond to us ASAP and at least 3 days before each suggested date, so that we can make alternative plans if you are unavailable."

That way, even if you don't hear back from them at least 3 days before the suggested date, you have alerted them that you will no longer be available to meet them if you haven't heard from them by the requested deadline.

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After a few days, particularly if they've been online and just haven't responded, we'll go ahead and schedule something else should the opportunity arise. Our time to get out is pretty tight and we hate wasting a good weekend. We always reply ASAP and if there will be a delay in replying (trying to move things around to see them for example), we'll tell them why and always give them the option of moving on to another time. This usually works for us and we haven't had any negative reactions to this method.

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