Posted on Friday 8th of May 2020 09:19:02 PM
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This was my first time ever being with someone who was actually a military bride. It was really exciting to see. I had no idea what to expect but I was very pleasantly surprised.
Colombia is a very conservative country, and military brides are extremely rare. I was told by a friend that the military's policy is that "if you're not sure, don't go." I have no idea what this means, but it was good to hear that, at least for me, it is acceptable to be single.
My first few dates were awkward and awkward, but nothing really bad happened. I had a few really nice moments, though. I was always happy to talk to her about any of my interests, and she was always friendly and fun. She even got me out for coffee after my first date, which I was super excited about! She's always been really nice, and that made me feel like I was a good friend to her. She's a very beautiful girl, so she is my type of gal, although she's definitely my type of girl, not her. I'd never met a single girl who looks like me who I thought was an "attractive" person. It's not because she doesn't get compliments and likes to make eye contact, I mean, yeah, but if she did I'm sure I'd get it. I was just like, "Oh my god, you're so pretty. It's nice to meet someone so different from me. I'm sorry I haven't met you before." And then she told me that she likes to wear her hair in pigtails (she's been known to go bare-headed too!), and I had a whole speech about the beautiful things about hair in general. And she's a total tomboy, which I really liked, she's like a tomboy version of my best friend who's also got a really beautiful hair and is a tomboy as well. She's cute. I was just like, "Wow, you're really, really beautiful. This is like the first time I've been attracted to someone who's actually, I don't know, attractive?" And then she said to me, "I want to find out what it's like to date men." "Okay," I said. "Let's do this." So I took her to a party where we were all talking about things and talking about things that were different, and this was when the guys from the military came over to the party. It was all this weird stuff. Like all the guys were in some sort of military uniforms and it was a very military-looking party, and the guys were talking to the women at the party and they were also talking about the war, and the conversation was just weird and really funny, and we kind of bonded over it. We were talking about this and I said, "What is it like to date a man who is also a soldier?" And she said, "You have to be careful because he's actually a guy who is also in the military, so he kind of has a little bit of a… he's not a normal guy, like the guys on television, or something." She was telling me that it was really, really weird. And then one of the guys said, "He's so quiet. I always get a little nervous with him because he seems a little bit… he's not so confident." And I said, "Well, he isn't as cocky as those guys, but he doesn't really have that much confidence that we guys have, or the other guys in the military have." "It's weird," she said. "He seems quiet, but it's not that hard to be quiet with someone you like, but you don't know why. I mean, you're just dating a guy who is kind of different from you, and you don't know how to handle it." She said that he was really quiet, and a couple of people were sitting there and she said, "I never heard any of that. So what do you do?" And they told her. She said, "Well, I go to his classes. He gives you a little bit of a lesson, and you try to talk to him." She had talked to him a couple times before. "I think it was more like you were trying to get advice, but I didn't feel like I knew how to ask him what to do." He's been there so long, she had to remind herself what that was. "You're a woman, aren't you?" I said. "I am. But I also feel like a dude, too. I've had this crush on him for so long, and we've been together for so long." "You could ask him?" "I'm a woman, so I can't just ask somebody what to do, right?" I asked. She said, "Well, you could ask him to go out with you." "I don't know," I said. "I don't know," she said. She's in her mid-forties, tall, with a pretty face and a pretty ass. She's so good looking that it's almost funny to talk about it in this way. "She was my first boyfriend," she said. "It was a long time ago." "I can't believe you went out with her." "I couldn't, but we had a lot of fun. She's been gone for a while, I think." She was just coming out of the shower and I had to stop her. "I want to get in touch with her," I said. "I'm sorry. I really am. I'd love to get in touch." "I thought it would be good to get a hold of you so I could give you advice. I thought maybe you'd get some perspective on things." I was just as surprised to hear her tell me her name. "That's my name." "I guess I'd say your name.