Calling up an old non-flame...

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    Calling up an old non-flame...

    Today's letter writer is thinking about a guy she dated for a month about a year ago.  She didn't feel a spark, but there was some other drama in her life at the time.
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    Where's the "Meh" option? Undecided

     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    She says that there was a spark in the letter, but her head was clearly someplace else besides on her neck at the time. 

    Imagine you're one of those nice guys that wonder why all the good girls seem to go for the bad boys, and then his phone rings... 

    She doesn't have to say "Hi, Plan B you have one more shot. GO." 
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    I am currently dating with fair amount of interest a person from Match I blew off two months ago on Match. . .   its not the end of the world, just doesn't create alot of growth where this chick needs some good growth

    at her age though, she needs some personal work on the singleness, the self esteem, and the good guy bad guy-dar instinct.

     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    nothing ventured, nothing gained.

    really, plain and simple
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    I really don't think it's as black-and-white/cut-and-dried as so many here think it is.  So there was no spark back then - that was a year ago.  Things can change; you can't just automatically assume they haven't.  A good friend of mine and her boyfriend of just over 7 years called it quits in January because the spark was gone - but before then, there'd still been something there (he moved out here from Glens Falls, NY, to be closer to his kids, she stayed behind to work on finishing her Bachelor's Degree).  They met up at a local sci-fi con, were hanging out and behaving toward each other like old friends - not lovers.  They both realised the spark wasn't there anymore, and ended it amicably.  (They had an open relationship - he was seeing someone else, and she met a new guy, local to here, and hooked up with him.)

    So who's to say it can't go the other way?  You never know for sure until you give it a try.  It doesn't mean being someone's plan B, necessarily.  It's just a matter of being open to all possibilities.
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    In Response to Re: Calling up an old non-flame...:
    [QUOTE]Where's the "Meh" option?
    Posted by ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink[/QUOTE]

    Right here.

    Meh.

    Smile
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    BTW, two-sheds, John Steed is a really cool avatar!

     
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    In Response to Re: Calling up an old non-flame...:
    [QUOTE]BTW, two-sheds, John Steed is a really cool avatar!
    Posted by reindeergirl[/QUOTE]

    Thanks.  It was time for something completely different.
     
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    Re: Calling up an old non-flame...

    In Response to Re: Calling up an old non-flame...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Calling up an old non-flame... : Thanks.  It was time for something completely different.
    Posted by two-sheds[/QUOTE]

    Like maybe a man with three buttocks? ;-)
     

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