When @DinoNuggets fully has embraced their 8 type and opens the door to tell the rain to “fackoff” looks me in the eyes and says, “give it some minutes” fully expecting the rain to stop on their demand
Date adventures: tea boi, (swearing)
Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck. Shit.
I am going on a date.
I have so many emotions my stomach can’t handle them.
I am very nervous.
He is driving TWO HOURS.
I think I forgot how to breathe.
I am very excited.
And there are those fluttery feelings I guess.
I hope this turns out to be a good thing.
It’s. Like. 1.5 hours. Until. We. Meet.
I. Can. Not.
Dating app adventures: Tea Boi
We gonna call this dude Tea Boi. Cause that was the first thing we talked about.
We’ve exchanged phone numbers.
We’ve set up a day to meet this week.
He is driving *TWO HOURS* (and previously stated he hates driving?!) to meet up.
He also casually does photography...
Obviously I’m really just looking at good things at this point in whatever this relationship turns out to be, but I have not found any dramatic red flags.
Also. He’s bi? I can’t. *screams*
Dating app adventures??? Things happening???
So. A different person (from the one I previously tooted about) messaged me and we talked about music and tea and stress baking and outdoor adventuring.
And they politely asked if I would prefer switching apps or exchanging phone numbers because they were enjoying the conversation OR we could stay on the app if that made me more comfortable.
Heck. I like this. I’d ask that more people be like this but I found this one and they are pretty nice.
Advice for not being “out” but wanting to date?
Has anyone had experience dating someone while they personally were not “out” to people? (Like I’m not out and would like to date *not a dude* but my parents might find out and bad things happen)
Obviously different for each person/situation. But what does that look like? Can it work without hurting both people?
I’m looking for stories because my brain says there is no way this could work and waiting until I’m out and “safe” makes me sad sometimes.
Religion, mansplaining, twitter, swearing
I tweeted something about being sad because of PMS also religion not being loving or compassionate, and a dude who follows me replied that is not *all* people! *Some* people embody God’s love.
Fuck, dude, that’s not the point.
I used to follow him but he kept replying things like that whenever I tweeted. I’d complain, he’d give advice. I’d say something happy, he’d give advice.
It’s quite annoying. And really makes me hope I don’t end up doing that ever.
Likes potatoes, reading, philosophical discussions, guys, girls, humans, wombats.
Musician, artist, pretends to be special and unique.
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