Originally Posted: 2007-09-12 6:52pm
it's not what you might think! (MC at the STD clinic) - w4m
Really. It’s not what you might think. We had just under three hours together which was plenty of time to make assumptions but really, it’s not what you might think. I know we were at an STD clinic and we were getting tested for any number of STDs but I wasn’t there because of something wrong or risky I did. I don’t know why you were there and I don’t want to pass judgment based on the same inconclusive evidence you might have about me. So here it is. I saw you. You were hot. I liked it. The fact that you were at an STD clinic indicates that you are sexually active which is good. It also indicates that you are a responsible adult, concerned about your health and the health of your sexual partners. This is also good. In addition, you were there alone, which might indicate that you are not currently seeing someone exclusively, at least not enough to bring them along to something like this when, as you might have noticed, a lot of other people did. And lastly, you are a student, clearly enrolled in school and passing the time reading through your notes. This is another good sign.
I sat behind you for the first couple of hours but when I returned from my first initial test, the seat was taken so I had to sit in front of you instead. I think you might have noticed me then, if you hadn’t noticed when I got up to get a snack and a drink. Anyways, you might not be interested in talking to people you meet at an STD clinic, and I understand. I’m not sure I really want to do this either but I thought you were attractive and I am on the market, as it were, so I thought I would explain myself.
I was not there because I was afraid of having an STD. I was not there because I’ve been promiscuous or careless. I was not there because I’d been having funny symptoms and couldn’t remember who I’d slept with or thought I might be pregnant. None of those things apply to me. The truth is that I’ve only ever slept with one person, a steady partner. We recently broke up and before long he slept with someone else. After that, he got tested and was found to be infected with a common, mild, and completely curable STD. Since I had been tested for STDs in the past, we assume that this particular one is from his new fuckbuddy but, just to make sure, I went ahead and got tested as well. And since I have not had ANY physical contact with him since we broke up, I think it’s safe to say that I don’t have anything. The doctor said it looked good on my behalf but, just to be safe, she gave me some antibiotics anyway.
So basically, I have a clean bill of health (which I can prove) and I’m not sexually deviant or anything. I’m a responsible adult, a full time student, and I don’t normally hit on guys in the waiting room of an STD clinic. If you thought I was even a little cute and would like to talk, let me know. You had brown hair and sideburns. If you can tell me what class you were studying for (I saw the call letters), or the brand name on your backpack, what it said on the back of your shirt, or even any details about me, I’d be more than happy to talk/email/text/IM/whatever. Oh and if you have a girlfriend or a serious/incurable STD, you might as well ignore this completely.
Thanks and have a good day!
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