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BT:

"Oh, how I miss Rodney."

Rodney ROCKED! He captured and delivered a certain essence of humor, and those facial expressions ...... priceless! He will not be forgotten.

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A bit over 2 years ago, NaughtyandNice said this in a post on this thread:

"Anyway i have found that 99% of SM are the same. Excuse my rant Mr. Nice"

99%? Really?? 99 out of every 100 SM's are the same?

That number seems awfully high. If 99 out of 100 continue to send emails after they've been rejected, use poor grammar and spelling, etc., that's really depressing. It makes me wonder why SM's are even allowed on the site at all aside from providing a source of revenue.

But anyway, isn't that number a bit high? I find it hard to imagine I'm in such rare 1% company seeing as how I don't do the negative things mentioned. My results may be no better than those obnoxious clowns, but hey at least I look good while being ignored! LOL

So what's a more likely estimate? Half? Maybe 70%?

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Oh, you have class on Monday? How about Tuesday? No? Class again? Why don't you call me some time when you have no class?

BT

Oh, how I miss Rodney.

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thank you S, yes it was the premise of i might've been interested at a future date until...and then, well.

so not interested now. ;)

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Njny....dearie, you could benefit from being "not so polite or informative". If one doesn't have the time or any interest in an invitation, it's best to refuse the invitation outright without providing any quantifying reason they can object to. Simply say "no" and if they protest, block them without answering because they may lack the basic understanding of "No equals No."

If it is someone that you actually have an interest in though, carry on with the dialogue til they display signs of stoopidity like you mentioned.

Just my $.02

Shelly

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hint: if a SF or couple politely declines your sight-unseen invite for a playdate--because they have children, it really isn't a good idea to say: "well can you slip out late at night? or maybe i could slip in and out discreetly?"

um: NO.

yeesh. SMH. A

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Just the intro emails. He's got good taste and a great sense of smell. He's never allowed in the bedroom.

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Really BT? Your dog did your homework?

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I came home this morning after a particularly pleasant evening to find my iPad in a different location than where I'd left it plugged in and charging. There were also black dog hairs all over the place. I didn't need to be Columbo to figure out that my dog's been on my SLS profile sending emails again.

My apologies to the good looking couple, here in NOLA, for the late night note. It was my dog. I have to admit though, the fucker's got great taste and by the look of the email, game too. Feel free to respond if the mood strikes.

BT

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I have my black lab type out all of my intro emails. He's the good looking one in "our" profile photo. If SFs and couples don't like dogs, then I don't wanna meet them. It's that simple.

So, if anyone is wondering about all the typos in my intro emails, now you know.

Here for fun,

BT

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