so me being me, almost desperate to find a Kgay BF I met up with KA again last night, for our “usual” drinking-in-the-lezzy-park meet-up. I didn’t really want to, since he ditched me on The Hill to look after his crying loser friend… anyway, I met up with him and damn, I’m so glad I did!
After parttaking in one of my favourite activities: drinking outside, we proceded back to my place, because he “needed to pee”. Sure~~~ So it didn’t take long for me to throw him on my bed and get what we both knew was coming! And to be honest, apart from his unexpectantly BIG cock, he was so-so. I don’t know if it was the whiskey, or the fact that I buffed the moneky in the afternoon, but it was nothing special. Oh well, sex is sex, and whether it’s mind blowing, or just ok, it’s still sex, and I’ll have it regardless.
He’s actually a pretty nice guy. Talks a little too much about Paris (he studied there for 8 months), and still has a student mentality… which is understandable since he’s 20 years old and a student. I would seriously consider something with him, if it wasn’t for the fact that he will only be in Korea for 3 more months… this is my life! SERIOUSLY give me a break.
So maybe he’ll just be one of those “friends with benefits” thing…
This is by far my favourite aspect about my horrid job… the fact that on a FANtastic day like today, I can spend the better part of it, scanning the streets of 홍대 and 신촌 for potentials! Seriously, it’s just great. And I’m doing it while walking in my shoes which I got from Dubai. So you know all of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if you seek amy! ha
Right now I’m at a FANtastic cafe called Chocolate Barrista which is about 900 meters from exit 1 of 신촌 station! And yes CHOCOLATE is everywhere on the menu. In the coffee, in the smoothie and on waffles! I settled for an Iced Milk Banana Chocolate, and it’s everything you could wish for on this allready perfect day ^^
So I went through my notes I keep about my Kgay conquests, and to update it thanks to KA, and I saw that the last three Kgays were SHOCKINGLY young. No really, KA was 6 years younger, AnoNK (North Korean looking anorexic boy) was also 6 years younger and 7/11 was 7 years younger… -_-
Maybe young Kgays are my crack ^^
Currently I’m talking to two Kgays (who will remain nameless for the time being ^^) about the possibility of meeting up for lunch, or a late drink. And these two boys are playing the same game as so many before them. It’s like Kgays go to the same dating school, where they play a weird game. I’m sorry, but one doesn’t have to be non-responsive when talking on Kakao, considering we allready started at phase 1, which is Grindr. By the time we add each other on Kakao, it should be a given that we will meet up.
But these boys don’t have that logic. It’s like we talk for three days on Grindr, then a couple of days on Kakao… possibly a week later I loose my patience and take the plunge “hey, lets meet up for lunch or drinks tomorrow?” Which is usually greeted with a “yeah sure”.
It’s annoying, because all but ONE Kgay looked SOMEWHAT like his profile picture. So for me to waste time on Grindr and Kakao is kind of retarded, because there’s either gona be a yes, or a no fairly soon in the game.
Oh, and then the one has the audacity to say to me “I can meet only in June”. I’m sorry, then why the EFF are you on Grindr to start with? ARGH, frustrating.
and this is the way of the Kgay
1. He’s 20 years old
2. He’s got a big dick
3. He’s Korean American, which means he speaks near perfect English
4. He’s cute in the Hongdae-kind-of-way
5. He’s not affraid to talk
6. He’s able to take my sarcasm, my direct jokes and my opinions
1. He’s only here for three more months
2. He’s not that great in bed (I still kind of think it was the booze)
3. He’s a student
4. He’s a little to un-trustworthy from what I gathered
fuckitidontknow… do the pros really out weight they cons?!?!?!?
So the lunch date was suc-sex-ful ^^ Ke$ha and BritBrit was playing in the background becuase his dorm’s walls are paper thin :) I’m just gona leave the rest up to your imagination…
But seriously, convo was good! I can’t remember the last time I went on a date where convo was flowing. We are playful with our sarcastic remarks, we are playful with our honesty and for some reason all of this just works. I ended up having a really great time with him, and couldn’t have spended my afternoon any better…
Is this all for nothing, or should I just enjoy it for what it is? This is the question I keep asking myself with no clear answer -_-
1. being able to drink outside, whenever you want!
2. it’s a shitshow, literally the craziest people go there.
3. drunk businessmen holding hands and falling from the stage
4. young fem boys
5. Korean lesbians
6. music being played by Yonsei students
7. the toilets are in much better condition than the Hondae playground
8. the straight girls are REdic drunk, abusing there Kboys
9. theres a gay Cafe Bene across the street
10. being able to bring a bottle of whiskey from your house and drinking it with a special someone
I say a “gay Cafe Bene”, because the cafe’s name is Cafe Bene ^^ No seriously, it’s because every single time I go there, I see a Kboy that’s borderline Kgay. Also, I’ve had a gay experience there too…
From not knowing about it last Monday, to actually parttaking in my first ever gay parade, Saturday was just a shitshow of AHmazeness. Seriously, when I had my first magarita at 11:45AM I knew that day would be a success.
This being Korea, I didn’t expect a mind-fuck of people to attend, but having said that, there was a large number of people. I was pleasantly surprised and was ready to mingle.
I’ve said this many times before (to my friends), but the gays really do know how to drink. Seriously, at the parade they were selling 2000WON VODKA cokes. And if you were nice and a little flirty, they would give you an extra half shot. Yeah, it wasn’t long before I could feel the effects of the booze.
Oh, and me being me, I was “able” to run into FOUR of my previous hook ups -_- Luckily with all of them, there was no drama before, so when we bumbed into each other, it was a very friendly “hi, how have you been” kind of thing.
Overall, there really wasn’t much happening, other than a few performances on stage, a few (Korean) stalls and then the parade up and down the stream. I think it was a pretty good Saturday afternoon, although, what happend Saturday night will be a mystery, as I have no recollection of what happened when the sun went down… oops!
So I just moved into my new office (today is officially my first day at the new branch) and OMG, Branch Manager is smoking HOTT, double T hott. I can’t remember the last time I saw such a hott, mature Korean guy.
I went down to get a coffee, so I told him I was going to leave for a bit. He then turns around and asks if I smoke (which I don’t). Without blinking I said YES. lol. So guess who was also a smoker? Here Branch Manager and I go down for a quick smoke break and a chat. Nothing too revealing came out of the convo, just the usual new guy talk. BUT, must importantly, theres no bitch, which means there MIGHT be a possibility he speaks Kgay!
I’m not going to get waaaaay ahead of myself, but a boy can dream right?
To keep my mind of Branch Manager, I scheduled a date with a 20 year old tonight. His English seems good, well from what I gathered from Kakao Talk, so lets see how that one goes.
Is age just a number, or when does one draw the line when it comes to numbers?
If there’s one thing that irks me more than someone saying “I have many gay friends” in the sense of saying they are okay with me being gay, I’ll be surprised. Every time I speak to a Kboy (with substantially good English) I am always greeted with the same response when the convo moves towards dating.
At first I’ll be very coy, refering usualy to the “person” rather than the “girl” I went on a date with. I’m not laying when I’m refering to the “peron” I went on a date with, but I would be if I said the “girl” I went on a date with. But as humans are, they always seek just a little bit more detail.
Kboy: So when will you see this girl again?
Me: Oh no, it’s not a girl, it’s a boy
Kboy: (facial expression of trying to figure out if he heard right, and if I’m joking)
Me: dude, I’m gay
Kboy: Oh really? Wow, yeah, when I lived in (X country) I had many gay friends. I don’t mind gays
instead of saying “I have many gay friends”, you should just say “Oh cool”… and move on.