Feel the interest fading

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Feel the interest fading

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    Superclean
    Superclean
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    June 20, 2015 at 12:39 pm #81379
    Feel the interest fading

    Well I met a girl on chatroulette of all places. She was not on cam, so I suspected faker. I did get her skype and we chatted for hours. She left my cam on chatroulette calling it “eye candy” Talk got very sexual. She lives very far 1500 miles. She is beautiful 23 y/o and I’m 31. Sent several racy and non-racy photo. Said I’d love to meet you. My father liver near so would not be too bad. She is traveling for work this week and claims that is why she can’t cam. Wanted to cam after her job is done and home she said. Well I feel like I chatted with her too much, every other day. For like hours.The other night she asked “If you could listen to one album only forever, what would that be” This is where things went sour I think. She said Michael Jackson Thriller. I didn’t agree. Mentioned surprised she wasn’t too young. Feel like this was where I lost her. I waited a day and hit heup on Skype.She seemed less enthusiastic, no emicons, Left me hanging on final response. Can i fix this?

    Superclean
    Superclean
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    June 20, 2015 at 12:42 pm #81380

    Not sure it was too much contact too fast putting me in the friend zone or too long of chats where no one could keep things interesting.