This semi tongue-in-cheek thread is only partly serious, but it IS partly... so keep that in mind. Post your most easily memorable Temptation experience with a Fun-Hater, and everyone can comment and/or post their own. I'll go first, with my own most recent experience with a fellow CCC fun-hatin' member of some reknown who will not be named, but will surely know himself once this is read. Keep in mind, this isn't hatin'... this is only partly so.... OK, my favorite theme night is Men's White Dress Shirt & Heels Night. Nearly everyone who knows anything about me personally or reads my threads knows that, right? Stacia is a smasher in the white dress shirt and her stiletto ass-jackers and I dig it, one button done... or not. Personally, I prefer post-Midnight when the button is long since forgotten and the shirt is barley hanging on around her shoulders... but... that's just me I think. Anyway, this past trip it's March 1, and we're down at the Quiet Pool/Bikini Bar just starting up the night's festivities, and Stacia & Diane are there awaiting our 3rd young lady and her dude. Girls looking great (to me, I get it, even Stacia isn't all into the "look" until she gets her shot Game Face on and the button undone). I will diverge for a moment. Which impression of a person is the one that sticks with people the most on average? Hmm? Is it the last one? or, is it one of the middle ones? Shoot no! It's the 1st Impression, right? That's why we have those sayings. "Need to make a good 1st Impression." "1st Impressions are the most important." "It's hard to get over a bad 1st Impression." All that, right? Well, if that's the case, why would these be the very first, literally the very first five words you'd say to me? "I don't like that look." As you stand and stare at Stacia & Diane in their shirts and nothing at all else (unless you count spike heels.)? Gee, are you totally just trying to get a fight started? No, not literally, just figuratively. Anyway, I just put him down as a Fun-Hater and went on. Found out later from the girls that they busted him staring at them all night long... while they continued to wear the look that he didn't care for. Ha! So, the moral of the story is kids, don't be a Fun-Hater. It's bad for the digestion, complexion, suspension and many other "ions" you can think of. Just have Fun, and do your best to enjoy other people's having Fun, too. There literally is not enough for everyone, so take yours where you can get it. Post away! Oh, and Post-Hating is allowed by the way.