Would you rather have him?
Or maybe, him?
Or, out of the 3, are you just looking for one out of the 3 Wolves to hold you down?
It seems that in this lifestyle, it is all about your best options.
And those dudes up there are certainly some of the best options in Wolves.
But, is this where Wolves and Foxes differ?
They have 1,000 options, where we have 10…
Should we always have options?
I love to meet new Wolves.
I mean, who doesn’t like the new Wolf smell?
In my earlier days, I would meet a Wolf and keep him as the “one I was talking too“.
I would sign off of the chat sites because I had a secret fear he would think I was “one of them”.
You know the type: still be online talking to different Wolves while you cup caking with one from the same site.
The “typical whore of the chat site” syndrome especially if you look good and got a nice rump.
Unfortunately, I wanted to be different.
I noticed that after that Wolf fucked up, I had no more options.
I had no back up plans and was pretty much lonely and assed out when it was all said and done.
I quickly learned after those numerous lessons that it is best to keep a couple cards in your deck.
Wolves on the other hand have a different way of thinking.
They LOVE options.
They will have so many options that you never really know where you stand.
Am I hubby?
Am I boyfriend?
Am I jump off?
That is the tricky part in really cracking the code.
You want to know you are taken serious enough and not just some side ass he is fucking because he is on a “break”.
OR, you do not want to be the side ass amongst many side ass that will go nowhere with you being a single wet ass.
It got me to thinking about back up plans and options.
In life, we never put all our eggs in one basket.
We make sure we apply for numerous jobs,
shop at numerous outlets for the best deal,
and even have various food to choose from.
Today you can feel like steak, but tomorrow you want chicken.
Why is it when it comes to love and searching, we meet one and think he is the one.
As a Fox, maybe we need to spread ourselves out in the dating field so we can never say we are alone.
When I tell a Wolf that I am talking to others, he wants to be my only one.
When I tell him that I dropped all my options, he starts to look for an exit strategy.
Are Wolves really attracted to a Fox he wants to conquer, rather then be conquered?
It can all be so confusing.
I had to wonder: