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finding people who want both of us. - - Keep smiling you guys will find the right couple !!!!!! There is a lot of swingers in Utah the only problem is very few have the same rules . I don't think the age is the problem most people don't even care as long as your both fun . But like us we both have to have some kind of a connection with the other couple or its a no go for us . There are lots of couples where the guys is older then the girl search for them you might have better luck . Badboy

Dating other Couples - Have you done it? - Been there, done that, have the t-shirt. We know plenty of people who've done it, and done it successfully (up to a point), ourselves included. We don't know of many, if any, where it has lasted for more than a few years and didn't end somewhat badly. It CAN be quite heady and has the potential to take swinging to the next level. Unfortunately, it is also exponentially more likely to crank up the drama factor to eleven (out of ten). Quite often each couple has their own "agenda" (for lack of a better term) that is often at odds with the other couple's agenda. We've seen it frequently cause weird jealousies not only between primary partners but also between non-primary partners and in a few extreme notable cases it has ended marriages. In our case, we were relatively long-term swingers at that point who, although never really super active in the scene, felt like we'd checked off most of the things on our swinging bucket list and were somewhat curious if there was more out there to explore in swingerdom...or if we were sort of done with the scene. The couple we started "dating" wasn't really the kind of couple we usually were attracted to and maybe that was part of the allure. They also had a very interesting (to say the least) dynamic in their marriage that really was at odds with that in our relationship. Ultimately they kept pushing boundaries (started throwing the "L" word around and much more), pushed for more and more separate activities and were insidious in slowly and subtly causing rifts, both large and small, as well as a LOT of drama. We actually didn't even realize how much drama and subterfuge had occurred until we were finally out of the situation entirely. We actually miss them a little, at times, and often wonder if there might have been a way to talk things out and come to a better understanding of how to continue on in a healthier way but they've actually gone on to do exactly the same thing to a number of other couples we know (it's a small world in Utah swinging and word gets around) and it seems to be their pattern. Tldr; It can work. It's quite rare when it works long term. It has the potential for disaster. While it's appealing in many ways we don't really recommend it. YMMV

Mystery Escape Room - Looking to put together a small group for night of fun - mystery escape room would be awesome trapped in the mystery room with a bunch of swingers -= also awesome! lmk !

Host/hostess Party Rules? - - We have not been to a house party with more than 6 people attending (those were really more dinner parties followed by sex or just a play date) for probably more than two years. Some of the aforementioned social events were in our home. We prefer candle light having a nice meal and just a bit of alcohol as in no body getting really drunk and then moving into the bedroom. We have been to a number of larger house parties in the past but really stopped going to them years and years ago with exception of an occasional party held in Happy Valley by a host that has mastered the art of keeping his (Oh my gosh he is a single male) guest happy and for some reason at his parties nothing ever seems to happen that would make you feel like not coming back. What does happen makes you feel like cumming and cumming and cumming which we and others do when we attend. He should be charging at least a nominal laundry fee. Here again we have never ever had to contend with anyone either pushy or obnoxiously drunk (The two often do go hand in hand) in his home. He is a busy guy so he does not hold parties very often. The dude, who knows who he is can speak up if he likes. We are not going to reveal his name but he perhaps should write a booklet or maybe it would be a book on the art of throwing a successful swingers house party and or preparing a guest list. We would suggest he sell it online for $19.95 until Oprah endorses it and Random House makes an offer.

informal, unscientific poll - the time battle - there are 2 types of swingers ,one is ' opportunities swingers' second is 'calculatd swingers' the first type is 24/7 opportunity may not strike twice for the second type when you are all done with endless Emails and set up meetings you apparently will not be hard-r-wet any more take advice from other swingers above on time tables and push button for "rewind love makeing" to get you hard-n wet after age 99m-96f-101m........

secret in family - any couples where family members know about your lifestyle ( I grew up in a swinger family) is that to bad? - I knew when I was younger that my father and stepmother were swingers, have actually talked with my father about it in the last few years, don\'t see anything odd about it really. Obviously I would not want to go to any clubs he was to be at, but being that we are half a country apart (and he doesn\'t swing anymore), that\'s not a concern! I also have a former roommate who\'s mother swings, she has had to work with it a bit to make sure they don\'t end up at any clubs at the same time, but it really hasn\'t been a problem, and though still a little awkward, has allowed her to talk with her mother about some issues/problems she has had and been able to be honest about the situations, rather than trying to be vague to avoid revealing what was really going on. -Peter

That Moment - - We have done that many times. We will sit at the Mall and watch people and ask each other are they swingers or not lol.

Any swingers in SD? - - Isn't SD one of the least populated states in the country? Just thinking that percentage wise there probably are swingers but there gonna be few and far between. Bob

Personal Web Page - - We never worried about the webpage here. We have our own. http://www.swingers.ws

Obama's Roadtrip - - [quote]Fair enough. Then why rely on them for anything that likely wasn't adequately studied?[/quote] Likely just does not do it for me...When the numbers are given AND shown how they were gathered, I tend to believe they are fairly accurate. [quote]Let's take your Pepsi/Coke example. There is likely nothing befuddling about your scenario. Just one possibility: Where are the two Florida products bottled? Maybe it's the water.[/quote] Both bottled locally, it is chalked up to being a preferance thing. In WI, lived there for a while, it was called pop or soda, unless a VERY specific thing was needed, a Mountain Dew for instance. In the south, it is a Coke no matter what it is. If someone in the south offers a Coke, it could be Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Diet Rite, Sam's Club Soda, etc. [quote]I'm glad you agree with the logic. My Bachelor's is in Social Welfare (Psych Minor). Human nature is only a bitch of a thing when you get out there a few standard deviations. The bulk of us are as predictable as rats.[/quote] Believe it or not, I have 2 BA's (econ and int. rel.) with a minor in social work. So I am very aware of social science standards and SOME believe that we're predictable. If you have a smaller sample, we are fairly predictable, especially when the sample is taken from a specific group of people (swingers for instance, better yet, swingers in a specific region), once you get to the larger populations (nationwide for instance), human behavior is not easily quantified. Try being the ONLY conservative in all the social work classes, it was fun! Then again, opinions are like assholes, everyone has one. [quote]I propose that as an economist you are simply looking at things with a limited perspective. [/quote] Possibly, but I also have a rare ability to look at it from an outsider's view.... [quote]There is simply no question that if a person's basic needs (food and shelter) are met, there is less motivation to risk the consequences of violating societal rules.[/quote] I can see the logic of this, however, we are Americans, we always want MORE, we are constantly bombarded with images of MORE, we are constantly told that without MORE we are incomplete, etc. What are the consequences of violating societal rules? Food, shelter, clothing, TV, etc? Really tough there. Look at prisons in Mexico, if your family does not provide, you starve, more than likely. THAT is consequences, it is a deterrant (sp?). IMHO, one of the reasons for our increased crime rates is the lack of public punishment. If every time you turned around, you saw a group of people in black and white stripes mowing lawns, trimming trees, etc. on the side of the road in leg chains, it would cut crime considerably. If they did public executions, it would cut crime dramatically. Then again, I am a staunch supporter of heavy penalties for crimes, especially when they are repeat offenders, most of the social scientists are not. They want more rehab and such, which I also support, BUT only for first timers, not for repeat offenders. Anyway, I am thoroughly enjoying our debate... Next!

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