Friday, July 25, 2008

Dear Danni, Q and A

Q: I need some seasoned swingers advice please.

I don't know if this is common with singles but anywho. Have you ever experienced a couple getting jealous of time you spend with others? And if so how do you handle this tactfully? Do you just need to cut all contact with them or what. I guess I am asking how would you handle it?

A: As I've tried to explain/impress, YOU are the ESF (elusive single female), the UNICORN. YOU RULE. If anyone, and I mean ANYONE tries to pull anything on you, demands anything of you, requires anything of you, expects ANYTHING of you other than the pleasure of your company (no strings, no expectations), then you should run the other way.

Guess that's why we've had such good luck with single females. We know how they should be treated, like queens (and not the drag kind LOL), putting them on a pedestal and catering to their every need. Only thing we won't do is let a single F move in, unless she's REALLY good. ;-)

You just shouldn't put up with any bullshit from anyone, whether a couple or a guy.

NOTE: We don't usually share email exchanges, but this question from a single female deserved sharing, knowing other ESFs out there may be facing the same or similar problems. PLEASE don't put up with bullshit. ESFs RULE!

1 comment:

single gal said...

I'm not the only one that felt pressure from couples.
Sounds like you 2 know how to treat a unicorn.