WildCuddler I’ll never understand why guys will have a picture of their cock on their phone, but not a shirtless pic of themselves.
You sure sound like one. Creepy!!!
Sunday evening – i’ve seen you a couple of times and was psyched to see you there today (tall, cap sometimes or dew rag).
You were helping that lady who dropped her weight on the floor. Listeing to you speak
gave me goosebumps – not only are you hot but you sound smart. I was going to walk up to you and
ask how tall you are – always been turned on by taller dudes. Was trying to cruise you while you were in the shower but you
were in your own world. I wish I would have taken a pic of your tight bod and (gulp) impressive manhood. I think the three guys
who kept pretending to tie their shoes/wash their hands right next to you invaded your space. I tried to follow you out of the gym and in my car but
you speed off in your sportscar and I couldn’t tell which direction you went. I promise I’m not a stalker. Really, I’m not. Just thought it would be cool to say hi.
I hope I’ll see you again
[Craigs List – Missed Connections]
If you’re trying not to stalk someone, I’d recommend not following them like a stalker.
Looking to meet people online, but not getting the amount of responses you want? There is one simple way to just that… post a better picture and check out my guide to profile writing.
The site that did this analysis is a straight-oriented site, but I have a feeling it’s not that much different for gays.
Similarly, OKCupid found that photos posted by your typical meathead are pretty successful among women as well. With an overall average just below 6 women met per 10 attempts, men who posted photos without their shirts on met almost 9 women—an average only bested by photos taken with an animal. The site warns, however, that the entertainment value of a half naked man only lasts for so long; as a guy gets older, he’s less likely to get a response out of women with such a picture.
So it sounds like if you want to get the most traffic to your profile, you should post a shirtless picture of you with an animal. Your own animal would be best.
And if you feel like people never respond to your messages that you send out, you really shouldn’t. You have a better chance of getting a winning hand in blackjack than having someone respond.
According to OKCupid, the average chance that any message will lead to a back-and-forth discussion is at about 27 percent, but a photo of a person doing something interesting (say, playing an instrument, playing a sport, crafting something, etc.) is much higher at a hair over 40 percent. Second to that is posing with an animal (hey, people like animals, okay?) at about 37 percent, while a travel photo sits at just over 30 percent. The categories that are below average for conversations are cleavage shots, MySpace angles, having fun with friends, and most dooming of all, photos of the subject drinking.
Here’s what’s gotten some of the most traffic since this blog started:
folsom street fair 2009
I’d like to thank everyone that’s visited this blog. If you have any suggestions for articles, polls, or just want some advice… let me know.
One of the best shows in Las Vegas is Zumanity. I just got back from Vegas this past weekend. It was an amazing time with some old and new friends.
Zumanity is the “Sensual Side of Cirque du Soleil” and that is so very true. It’s full of hot, sexy men… and tons of tits. No full nudity, just tits. It really is an amazing show and worth the money. I’d even spend a little extra to make sure you get a center seat rather than a side seat (where we were).
There is one issue I have with it, and that was one performance about bondage, leather and auto-asphyxiation. If you’ve followed this blog for a while, I wrote about this earlier, which was why I was so startled to see a nightly show that fantasized this EXTREMELY dangerous fetish.
I understand that there are people out there that do it and that it can be done safely, but in a performance environment like Zumanity, I don’t feel like those issues were able to properly be addressed. I’m as kinky as the next guy. Ok, maybe a little more.
I thought maybe this had slipped past people and they may not have noticed that the performer was choking herself 20+ feet above the stage in an artistic manner, but nope… they noticed and even commented about it. They actually thought it was kind of cool.
Watching someone walk a tight-rope isn’t something that you’ll probably try, or go swinging from a rope with no harness. But with how sensual and erotic the show was, I could see someone potentially going home and trying that. I was mortified to see it, and it will likely stay a part of the show, but in the kinky world the lines between fantasy and reality aren’t as blurred as they are for many people.