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Question: Disappearing act- A couple drove off while we were following them to the next club.

Dear Lounge Advice,
Had a strange experience last night, and since we are "newbies" I thought maybe you could shed some light on a subject that has left us scratching our heads. We met a very hot couple through the booty call feature. We agreed to meet at a local strip club. We all had what seemed to be a great time, with lots of flirting and touching. They suggested we go some place a little less loud, and we left together in 2 seperate cars. When we got close to the next bar, they pulled off and havent been heard from since. No call, no email, no nothing. Just rude, right?
So my question is..Why does it seem that some people tend to forget all about common decency and respect just because they are in the "lifestyle"? If they werent interested, or didnt find us attractive, all they had to do was say so. Am I wrong?

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

Oh, how rude!
I've never experienced anything quite like that, and frankly, I'd be scratching my head raw if it happened to me.
You're right. Lifestylers or not, this is just unacceptable decorum. They could have just called it a night instead of pulling this little stint. Initially, the thought ran through my mind that perhaps one of them got sick all of the sudden, or perhaps passed out from too much alcohol. Maybe they got in a fight about what might happen and decided not to pursue it any further. Who knows.
But even then, we would have waited in the parking lot and told the other people, even if we had to fib about why we were going home.
Please don't let this deter you from finding other connections. You happened to encounter an unfortunate situation early on, but that kind of behavior isn't the norm.
Unfortunately, you can't rationalize irrational behavior.
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