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57 / M / Straight / Married
- Last Online
- Sep 30, 2013
- 6′ 2″ (1.88m)
- Body Type
- A little extra
- Mostly other
- Christianity, and very serious about it
- Graduated from masters program
- Rather not say
- Relationship Type
- Has kids, but doesn’t want more
Last year I was rushed to the hospital. Basically at four in the afternoon I was told not to make dinner plans, I would be in the morgue by then. That changes the way you look at things.
I made the decision then that I would try and live life to the fullest. I was going to "reach out" and see if I could find a FWB. That was a year ago and I have just done it now.
I am looking for ONE special person to be both my friend and my lover. I want someone I could meet on a regular basis (once a month), a semi-regular basis (once every two months), or once a quarter to have passionate sexual relations. In between, we would talk, e-mail, text as good friends. How often we actually meet would be up to you.
I am discreet and ask that you be too, as I would never want to hurt my wife. It's not her fault, but I do have primal needs. I would prefer someone in a semi-committed relationship, but if you are single, that's alright, just so you know up front, I am not willing to give up everything I have because of our relationship.
As I said, I would like ONE special FWB, as I am not looking to put notches on my belt. I will be (for lack of a better term) faithful to you and will always be a gentleman treating you with respect and dignity. I am not clingy, I look at it if you are willing to be my FWB, then I should treat you right.
If this is not what you are interested in, then thank you for reading this. If it appeals to you in any way, please contact me. Please don't judge me until you have walked a mile in my shoes.
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- Ages 45–75
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