Posted by Mr. Sweet , Wed Sep 21, 2011 09:59 PM
The three reasons as for why I failed to capitalize on the opportunities presented to me when I was of a younger age are, in order of prominence inferiority, insecurities and bulling to an almost immeasurable extent. Indeed, I was denoted as one to 'March to my own drummer' by my seventh grade social studies teacher, an implied conclusion that I was different than the other students. If it is any consolation, I certainly was. Towards the epilogue of 2002, my family and I ventured to the state of New Hampshire, much to my mom's and my repugnance, for transferring to a new state entailed a new challenge. Becoming acclimating to a new vicinity and for myself, the dreadful undertaking of prescribing to a new elementary school, with new kids. Thus, I had to endure the "new treatment", and how utterly horrible it was initially. Bullying, disregard and at times hate, was the product, which I was the unfortunate victim of, from these disrespectful, incessant, arrogant, and ignorant hooligans, whose true dispositions were cowardly. To simply this segment of my story, there were two other major instances, one in which I had nearly averted permanent blindness. The catalyst was a person who I wish not identify out of respect. Very sadly, he no longers walks this earth because of vehicular accident. Returning to other regard, he had sprayed me directly with an asthma inhaler. Thankfully, as I had to wear glasses at the time, the glasses acted as a shield. I then was then advised by the teacher, Mr. Frates to see the Nurse at once. I would visit Nurse Reynold's office one time more, but this time after being slammed head-first into a cemented-brickwall by a culprit who fled in unison with the 'Technology Education' (computer class) students who predicably bolted because of the fear of disciplinary action and on rightful grounds. After the impact which had rendered me sobbing with a wide gash atop my right eyebrow. However, it was the emotional pain that took precedence over the physical pain. I was awestruck, even quizzical, for what justifiable purpose did I deserve such pain? A rhetorical question, which has only one answer logical answer I did not deserve such pain. Not for the sweet and caring person that I was. I made a valiant attempt to mingle with those kids, but the result of bitter rejection. As of today, no such concerns of bullying exist, for I am in college, a professional and more mature environment. A sanctuary, compared to that awful, ancinet middle school. Herein, ladies and gentlemen, you have just learned about some of my backgorund history.
Now to speak of the reason why I decided to partake in the world of 'SexForums' . It is a reason for which a fairly elaborate explanantion need not apply. I have prescribed and I did prescribe to other websites, to restore that void in my heart. To negate all of the tears, the frustration and depression that cameabout from my engagements on another website. Many a lovely and beautiful girl I beared to witness, whose angelic, impeccable smile encapsulated her so wonderfully. Peering into those pretty eyes, observing every expression, whether a smile or a kiss distributed, to see this beautiful concuction before me, I was in tranquil paradise. I cried on many occassions, sometimes to the point where all I could do was lay my head upon that outdated mahagony desktop and allow the unconscious mind to release those tears. I would then eventually abandon that website due to moderate to severe cases of depression. And so I did, knowing that it was a wise decision to follow through with this. So, accordingly, here I am now, in the present day, a new participant of SexForums, a sophisticated website that sparked my interest by an impulsive inclination. A website that I hope will help me be able to fill that void in this massive and beautiful heart of mine. I have acquanited myself with moderator 'Miss_C' and Greeter 'citrussweet', both whom were very sweet and helped to dispel the nerves and worries that was so present in my body as my first day on your fellow website. And to what do I owe the great pleasure to Miss_C for the incentive of a free trial as a VIP member. :) There is nothing that I truly love more, than one who possess the kind disposition, persons who care. I see that I have embarked upon them here. The name that I have chosen, 'SweetButNaughty' ,undoubtedly conveys an obvious message about my personality, but it is also significant in another way. Respective to the "Naughty" portion, it is truly a cry for help; to break the virginity spell. I am one of the nicest and sweetest persons you will ever meet and I hope that you all will be able to see this for yourself, but beneath this lies a young man, who yearns to make love. That is, in a normal manner, very innocently. I certainly hope that one day, outside of the cyper-optic walls of this website, I will find a girl whom I will foster a love with, a love that will see each other through. When this does occur, I will love that sweetheart with all of my heart. I am hopeful for that wonderful miracle in due time.
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