Frank (ljtourist) wrote,

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One door closes, another opens

Last night I went out the usual first saturday gathering at CC's. Some of my friends said they'd be there, and I hung out with them for a bit. Mostly had a good time, though my kilt did not draw quite as much attention as I was hoping. I also ran into this hot Japanese bear that I know (he moved to Vancouver, BC, but he and his SO were visiting for the weekend) who I'll refer to as Sam. He's still as hot as ever, and he still can't kiss, sadly. I talked with them for a bit, which was nice. It's weird; his SO really wants to sleep with me, and I really want to sleep with Sam, and Sam is mostly not interested in me, so actually having a threesome would just be a disaster. At least I can enjoy the flirting. I'd hoped to see my friend who we'll call Bob, but he was not in evidence. I have a big crush on Bob (this becomes relevant later), but he has a specific type of guy that he likes, and I'm very much not that type.

I'd been there about a hour, and had enjoyed a few drinks, when I ran into someone we'll call Dave. Dave is this adorable cub who I got to have a date with last year, and still carried a flame for. He started seeing someone shortly after that, though, and they're still together, so good for them. Anyway, we talked for a little bit, but it became clear that he wasn't interested in me at all anymore, which made me sad. I was basically ready to leave at that point, but one of my personal guidelines is to leave on an up note (I think Jerry Seinfeld was absolutely correct on that point), so I shortly decided that another drink was called for. On my way back to the bar, I saw Bob across the way. As I went over to say hi, I got closer, and I wasn't sure if it was him anymore. I said "Bob?" and he says "No, Fred.". Bob has a virtual twin living in Seattle, apparently. Really, they look almost identical. Fred's real name is rather unique, and someone of that same name organized a very successful Bear event that I attended back in December, so I gambled that it was the same person. We talked about that event for a bit (it was him), but he was talking with someone else, so I went back to get my drink. He came up to me while I was waiting in line, and we talked a bit more, and started flirting, and kissing, and then making out. Eeee! So, yeah, hopefully something will happen between he and I in the near future. Woo!
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