Sunday, May 15, 2011

The devil made me do it

A newly divorced friend recently joined  She's not active in the church and I couldn't understand why she would go to that forum to look.  What's on there?  A bunch of old, widowed guys looking for another little wifey or maybe closeted gays trying to appease their TBM families?  This blew my little mind.  I simply had to see for myself. But you have to make a profile to even take a peek at the meat.  Damn.  But maybe I could have a little fun with this.  So I found a picture on the internet of an anonymous woman who shares my hair and eye color and wrote me up a little introduction, sticking to 99% fact.  Everything has to be approved before they will publish it to your profile so I didn't want to be too racy but I wanted to see how far I could push the envelope.  You also have to confess how often you attend church (I put never) and whether you are endowed or have served a mission. So here's what was approved and is on my (fake) profile!

"I'm ready to start living my life to the fullest! I'm hoping to find a man who can match my passion and youthful outlook. I love rock and metal music, spontaneity and I have my own business selling adult toys. I'm looking for someone who, like me, is no longer active in the church and understands what living after Mormonism is like. If you're ready for adventure and living larger than life, hit me up!"

Amazingly, men started viewing my profile left and right!  An inactive dildo seller!  Flirts and messages were sent.  One simply said "how resfreshing".  I'm not really sure what he meant by that but I can take a guess.  Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) I cannot view his complete message or send one of my own with paying up and becoming an actual subscriber instead of a looker.  No chance of that.  Meanwhile, let the games begin!  This could be fun. Completely anonymous, no actual contact fun.


  1. I have it on excellent authority that is the best hookup site for casual sex in the white and delightsome state of Utah.

    Excellent. Authority.

    No, I've never used it or any other dating site. But. Trust me, all kinds of men are intrigued by your profile and would do you in a heartbeat. It should be called

  2. CD, my friend told me she got most of her "good lovin'" from there but I didn't believe her. Unitl today, when a 22-year-old who "attends church regularly" tried to IM me today. He wasn't trying to get a date to the YSA fireside.

  3. LOL! Less just say I may know of a few people who got into a lot of trouble via hooking up on that righteous site. It's a snake pit. And if you tell those mo boys who "attend church regularly" you're exmo? They hear, "I'm easy and kinky!"

  4. I have a friend who has been married and divorced 4 times. He always got some with the chicks at that site. Probably why he was married and divorced 4 times. However, I suspect the men are much more terrifying than the women. Be careful!

  5. For the record, I wouldn't touch any of the guys on that site. I've had it with the self-righteous, hypocritical priesthood holders that lie to themselves as well as others. Give me a straight-up heathen any day! I hear craigslist is good... lol.