The return of my body’s snatcher

8 Jan


You guys will not believe it, but the guy I talked about on my last post has resurfaced.  Koothrappali/Sheldon Guy is the weirdest specimen of man that I have come in contact with, and although I suspect he doesn’t got his shit quite together yet, he has been refreshingly honest with me.

So, after I wrote my sad, end of year post about being left with the feeling that he wasn’t interested, he texted the next day.  We had a cute “how was your new year’s eve?” kind of exchange.  Encouraged by his willingness to talk to me again, I texted him on Friday and asked if he was interested in being my “dangerous drinking partner” (inside joke) and he said yes.  Do you mind if I say that I did not consider this a date either?  Yes, I am that naive.

laplacitadesanturce0014We got together early in the evening and hung out at La Placita, drinking beer, people watching, and talking.  We had a great time, but the best part is that we had the most amazing conversation I’ve had with a man, I guess, ever.  It was certainly fueled by alcohol, but it was raw, and direct, and honest.  It felt like there were no hidden agendas, no half truths.  There were none of those pleasantries that people say when they start getting to know each other and which end up forgotten once they get what they want.  Koothrappali/Sheldon Guy said what he thought I wanted from him, and what he was and wasn’t willing to give.  In short, he said that I was too good of a girl and that turning it into a physical relationship would be too damaging for me.

You see how I know he doesn’t got his shit together yet?  He sees me.  He knows that me that I don’t quite know very well, but he doesn’t know the whole me.  He said he’s not looking for a relationship, and after much consideration over the past weeks, I have concluded that I’m not looking for a relationship either.  His mistake is thinking that I am unable to dissociate a physical relationship from an emotional one.

My Koothrappali/Sheldon Guy does not know about what I did that night after he kissed me, pressed me up against a wall, whispered some sweet dirty talk in my ear, told me about how much he desired me, and then left me wanting.  He doesn’t know that an old kinda “fuck buddy” of mine came by my apartment later that night.  We hadn’t “gone all the way” before, but that night we did.  It was good, fun, and totally devoid of romantic attachment.

Maybe Koothrappali/Sheldon Guy is not completely right.  Maybe he needs to reconsider at what time he will bow out of a non-date with me.


5 Responses to “The return of my body’s snatcher”

  1. iammarcello January 8, 2013 at 12:56 am #

    Nice post!

    • caramelolimon January 8, 2013 at 1:04 am #

      Thanks, Marcello! Loved your blog too, by the way 😉

  2. lov_ska January 12, 2013 at 5:49 pm #

    I like your blog 😀 Its funny when guys assume who you are, or what you want. I’ve found though, I can normally control these assumptions, based off small hints during our general interaction.

    • caramelolimon January 13, 2013 at 1:40 am #

      Hey! Thanks for visiting. I like your blog very much!

      I think he assumed I was looking for a relationship because I was kind and I opened up about myself during our conversation, but all of that doesn’t mean that I’m not capable of just fucking him and not want him to stay over to cuddle. 😉


  1. The breakthrough that took me months to communicate | caramelolimon - June 7, 2013

    […] three weeks when I suddenly had to leave and go back to my old job, which I lost back in April.  Koothrapali/Sheldon Guy vanished from the face of the earth.  I met Yogi Guy, who is 10 years younger than me.  Had a […]

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