I have grindr on my phone, and use it to see what 'family' is around me. With my carnal proclivities, one might think that a tool like this would fit my kink pretty well, but I'm one of those people that needs to SEE the other party/parties/gang/gaggle/flock/murder/... first, well - you know what I'm saying!
SO, I have grindr on my phone. I have a profile where quite specifically - in BOTH Spanish and English, I've said I don't want contact from people under 40. So, what do you think I get? Yep, messages, touches, wtf's from everyone 18 to 39! I have a squinty-sun-in-my-eyes photo that's NOT flattering. My profile also states, no rent boyz - which I'm pretty sure ALL the profiles that describe themselves as 'discrete' are. Still, ding. Ding. Ding. Every time I've taken a second to see if any of my neighbors are fuck buddy material. Ding. Ding. Hola. ¿Está activo o pasivo? Hola! ¿Que estás buscando? ¡Hola, tengo un lugar! Ding. Ding!
So my question, is this a case of 'I want what I can't have' or more of a 'different culture' thing? Or, perhaps there are just a LOT of rent boyz who can't be bothered to read a profile?
I think maybe I just need to go to my favorite beach and chill a little. With a seafood tostada and a beer. And some daddies to look at for dessert. I'm marking the calendar for Thursday. Daddy watching on the beach with beer and mariscos. No grindr. No chicos, no ninos. Solo hombres.
Went on a walk to find some lunch today, and wound up at the marisqueria by my apartment! Hadn't tried the shrimp empanadas yet ... they didn't disappoint! There were originally three, a small salad, some rice, and strangely some mashed potatoes. Mmmmmm. Tasty!
I also bought a liter of shrimp ceviche to-go. $6.70 for a little more than a quart, and it's mostly shrimp. I just took a bite - I'll be lucky to make it through the day without eating it all. Now I'm in trouble. I can see a revision being needed to both my monthly budget and my diet!
You're blown way too much as it is!!!! (ok, so maybe I'm just a tiny bit jealous)!
I know that if someone had asked me 10 years ago about México, my reply would have been (and was) - "Why would you ever want to go there?". Having only seen Tijuana in the early 1960's I had preconceptions that were nowhere near reality. And my public school system, the nightly news, and my parents didn't do anything to change that perception. In fact, they reinforced it.
There are some amazing things down this way. While I cannot educate the whole USA, I can leave little breadcrumbs here and there to show the people I know a México that they may have never seen.