Late night conversations

scandalboy's picture

I've been texting with "mike" a lot lately, mostly late at night. i had been feeling depressed, and i always talk to people to get myself out of a rut. so i texted him and asked him to cheer me up....

16 messages later i rang him to just talk. and we are asking really personal questions, and he asks me if i'm alone. i go yeah, i'm in bed. and he goes "yeah i'm watching you" as a joke. i asked him wat i was wearing, and he goes boxers and a singlet and i go, no i'm naked (which was true btw) and he goes "really?" and i said,
"yes i am" and there was silence and he goes "i'm only wearing my jocks." this guy has a girlfriend, i haven't told him i'm gay (probably knows though) and he is telling me that he is only wearing jocks!!!!!!

well, nothing happened further. he said he was going to have a wank and then go to sleep, so i said, "well i hope you're thinking of me!" i said in a jokey manner, and he said good night. omg this has to be the hottest thing to happen to me in ages!!!

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Campfire's picture

Umm, if he isn't gay/bi then

Umm, if he isn't gay/bi then I'm Paris Hilton's biggest fan. In the world I live in NO straight person I know would ever ever reply to "I'm naked in bed" with any other response than "wtf I don't care", or, failing that, just hanging up.

"If we were to wake up some morning and find that everyone was the same race, creed and color, we would find some other cause for prejudice by noon."
- George Aiken

oldfoxbob's picture

Hot yes

GAY ??? I am not to sure. Young people will say things
like that in responce to you having said that you
were naked. I like you hope he is bi. Have you talked
about your being gay to him? If you have then
maybe there is something to that.
obtw to campfire who is the guy in your pic you sue?
oldfox bob

you are loved

Campfire's picture

Jake Shears from the Scissor

Jake Shears from the Scissor Sisters.

"If we were to wake up some morning and find that everyone was the same race, creed and color, we would find some other cause for prejudice by noon."
- George Aiken