I’m a loser, baby

I’ll file this under “things that piss me off”.  

So there’s this guy at my gym– nice, gay, etc– with whom I’ve struck up a “gym conversational” relationship. We chat when we see each other there, and it’s more than just the “hey, nice seeing ya” chatting. 

I’ve also run into him out at the bar before (at a leather night no less!)  and while he’s tall and handsome, I also know that we’re both catchers so…… 

*sad trombone*

But I still thought he was a nice enough guy, so while chatting at the gym the other day, I suggested that we should hang out sometime. Like maybe hit up the bar again and have a beer– JUST a beer.  He said sure, and he took my number right then so he could text me his. (I don’t ever have my phone in the locker room.)

Well, it’s nearly two weeks later and have I received any sort of text?

Nope. 

Although he was again friendly enough at the gym this past Wednesday. 

Maybe I put him on the spot by asking to hang out and he felt obligated to do the Minnesotan passive-aggressive thing by nicely taking my number while never having the intent to text?  Or maybe he couldn’t come up with a good enough excuse like, “Oh, I rarely go out, and if I do it’s super spontaneous.”

Or even the brutally honest approach of “Yeah, I have enough friends already so… No thanks.”

Meh. It is what it is and he’s definitely missing out because I’m pretty awesome. However, I get so tired of continually putting myself out there only to be dismissed.

Again. 

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About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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One Response to I’m a loser, baby

  1. Martin says:

    Well, it’s really stupid on his part. You made it clear it was a friendship thing. We’ve got to bring in new friends on a regular basis because frankly, old friends are moving on and out. New friends bring new ways of looking at stuff which makes life interesting. Damn, you might learn something new! mwg

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