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Monday, April 12, 2021

Fun With My Dream Boy

Dear Sillies,
I was pretty upset over Clark, so I did something I hadn't done in years. I dove back into the risky, sketchy, weird world of on-line dating. Yikes. Boy are there winners in that swamp. Take "James," for example. He seems and looks so perfectly dreamy. Only thing is, James input the wrong age by seven years. This made me suspect. Thus I had some fun with him (or a robot).

James: Your profile got my attention 😊 , I am 55 yrs old mistake on my age 😊 

(Note: Age says 62.) Work as a Senior Project Architect and a project coordinator who supports project managers on major projects. You do more projecting than a frat boy during pledge week, sweetie.Robyn: How is it that there was a mistake on your age, James? You can simply go into your profile, click on the pencil/edit icon, and change it. James: so what you do work ?

Robyn: Are you really that stupid that you can't figure out how to change your age on your profile, even though I gave you the simple instructions to do that? For work, I'm a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigations. 

James: Awww thanks . Have a mixed background and an interesting heritage ( Swedish and Italian). I enjoy the small things in life. Would be lovely to take this wonderful conversations ahead , please leave me with contact lets connect on the phone lol  

Robyn: Awww yes. I cannot wait to get ahead with you and check out your blue prints lol I don't like small things. I'm sure yours, being part Italian, is like a fat and long sausage. Call me at (415) 926-5818.

James: Awww thanks, would text you tomorrow

*That number is a San Francisco area number for ordering Viagra discreetly. You can thank me discreetly too. Wink.

28 comments:

  1. How generous you were with your selected number. I wonder whether I would have been (and suspect NOT).

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    1. I figured an obvious fake number wouldn't work, not even on such an imbecile.
      Smiles.

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  2. sounds like he would be quite the project - abandon hope, all who enter here.

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  3. No, Robyn, NO! Don't wade back into that swamp! LOL

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    1. I know, Debra. But where were you to tell me that? I forgot to ask you and HRH for input - I was too bereft and thus did a dumb thing. Sigh.

      Cheers.

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    1. I tickled myself with this one, Alex. I certainly wasn't going to let "James" tickle me.

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  5. He seems like a weirdo! But I agree the Italian might have made for a lovely evening. And having been with a Swedish man...they ain't so dainty in the pork sausage department either.

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    1. Hahaha! Oh my, that's hysterical. I don't suspect he has any Italian or Swedish in him. I hope not. Otherwise he might be the one that got away.
      Thank you, MM. I always appreciate your informative contributions here.

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  6. Oh I think what you did was Mahvoulous (thinking of Billy Crystal impersonating Fernando Lamas). This person didn't seem to care that you called him an idiot not did he pick up on the FBI quip. I am glad you had some fun with Moroni Imbecilee.

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    1. Haha. I think Moroni Imbecilee is a robot, Birgit. I have no idea how it works, though, but Moroni ignored some comments and visited sporadically with those stock responses "Awwww thanks lol." Stupidest computer/robot/human I've ever encountered.

      Thank you.
      Hugs.

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  7. You don't need that kind of project in your life. "so what you do work" Save me, Lord. Save me.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I know, Janie. What I do work sometime, James. What I do no work with you. Call number. Take blue pill. Then we see if I do work. Oy vey.

      Love ya.

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    2. You always make me laugh, Janie.
      Love ya.

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  8. lol sure screwed with him and had some fun. Online dating is such a cesspool for the most part.

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    1. He might be grateful for the contact number, Pat. I don't know, though. I blocked and reported him after posting this.
      Smiles.

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  9. I am just saying, the on-line dating thing scares me and I think I am going to die alone. So nice job on burning this guy...

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    1. Thanks, Jeremy. Let's die alone together - shall we?
      Hugs.

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  10. If not a bot, he probably lives in the projects... But he's probably a bot, trying to gather phone numbers, but for what?

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    1. Ha. Excellent projects, Jeff.
      After they get phone numbers then they work their ways into getting your credit card info, passwords, etc.
      Stupid evil projectile bots.

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  11. Had to be a bot. I handle phone calls like that. After they say hello I ask a bizarre question that the bot can't answer.

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    1. I was tempted to ask "What's your favorite sexual position?" But I refrained. I think I will try that next time. Might as well have fun with the bots, since I won't have fun with the men behind (or in front, alongside,...) them.

      Thank you for dropping by and chiming in, Mike.
      Cheers.

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  12. What bizarre replies. I am glad you had fun with it. Had to be a bot because any real human would have been all over that sausage comment.

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    1. Buwahaha. Right? That sausage comment, I do take pride.

      Thank you, Lady M.
      I appreciate your playful comment.

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