Hookup, Find Sex or Meet Someone Hot Now

Lockdown, Confinement and Social Distancing poll!  

Apollorising58 59M  
6125 posts
4/20/2020 10:47 am
Lockdown, Confinement and Social Distancing poll!



Lockdown, Confinement and Social Distancing poll!


Under lockdown, confinement or social distancing who would you like be with if you had a choice?


I am staring my third week of lockdown, confinement, and practicing social distancing at home, fuck!

How long is this shit going last?


Lockdown, Confinement and Social Distancing poll!
I do not know about you but I am sick of being at home!
Did you lose your job and therefore are confined to your home?
How are coping with social distancing?
Are you having more virtual sex?
Are you having less sex under lockdown, confinement or social distancing?
I needed a vacation from work anyway!
I am broke and therefore need to go back to work!
I think online sex is too expensive!
I have plenty of online sex!
Another opinion!


Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


author51 57F  
92015 posts
4/20/2020 11:31 pm

My money has dwindled considerably and need to get back to work..Stay well, stay safe my friends.....xoxoxo

One can never have enough JOY in their life...


thikhead 63M
2840 posts
4/20/2020 5:25 pm

    Quoting Apollorising58:
    I agree with you dude 100%!
    My wife and I are soldiers in this war against Covid19 and we will battle like you and all other patriots to the end. I just wish the governor of California or the governor of New York would run for president instead of slow Joe. At this times leadership is critical to deal us into victory soon!
lets hope when "this shit" is over
we can find more pleasant things to share.
and maybe even laugh about.

ALL of us.

"slow joe"? be careful while disparaging him, even if in jest.
could play right into predator trumps hands.
while i agree on govs cuomo and newsome, and even whitmer,

biden is our countrys "last best chance", to quote lincoln.

"were all in this together"


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:45 pm

    Quoting redmustang91:
    For many the virus is no big deal. For those over 60 with pre-existing health issues it is lethal about 5% to 10% of the time. So I support the restrictions until we have a drug and an experimental vaccine. Being dead is also bad for the economy.

    40 to 75 % have no symptoms but can spread this virus. The young and healthy endanger the older and infirm.
Thank you for the good information!
I agree in order to open up the economy we need rigorous testing for the virus and antibody testing to go forth in a logical and safe manor! So many unknowns however, but we will do what is necessary together to achieve total victory in the end.

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


redmustang91 60M  
9541 posts
4/20/2020 2:26 pm

For many the virus is no big deal. For those over 60 with pre-existing health issues it is lethal about 5% to 10% of the time. So I support the restrictions until we have a drug and an experimental vaccine. Being dead is also bad for the economy.

40 to 75 % have no symptoms but can spread this virus. The young and healthy endanger the older and infirm.


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:18 pm

    Quoting 1seeking1:
    Work shut down since March 13, we all keeping distance and staying home.. less sex, less social interaction. Hopefully this will help flatten the curve
We are all soldiers in this war against Covid19! You are a hero so lead us into total victory!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:16 pm

Good for you stay safe!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:15 pm

Thanks Jack for voting!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:14 pm

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    Happy Monday my friend great Poll for today, I did vote..
I hope you and yours are safe and having as much fun as possible under these emergency times!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:13 pm

    Quoting Granny872:
    Life hasn't changed a lot for me, except for not being able to go out for lunch a couple of times a week.

    I quit my job in mid-February, hence, I was already isolated prior to most of the stay-at-home orders going into effect.

    I don't indulge in virtual sex of any kind, so ... no biggie there except that a lot of chatters who don't read my profile first are sorely disappointed about that right now, lol!
Life has changed for my wife and I because we got sent home from our jobs! We, however, are lucky that we can work remotely and thus still make money unlike some many others just losing their jobs and income. We are soldiering on!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 2:10 pm

    Quoting thikhead:
    with all due respect,
    and with understanding your (and all of our) frustrations,

    "this shit", as you call it,
    is helping to lessen the still staggering loss of lives,
    suffering and economic chaos,
    and could have been less painful and more effective if initiated sooner.

    like if predator trump didnt fuck around for two months
    denying it and insulting those who DID raise concerns
    just to look "in charge and in control"
    to con you into voting for him.

    oh sure, he "closed" the china border,
    but then TOTALLY turned his back on the issue as closed,
    instead of following up and paying attention as this unfolded.

    he couldnt possibly conceive that one wave of his "magic wand"
    might not have totally solved any and every issue.

    so, thank to the almighty great orange-head used car salesman
    for this having gotten to where it is today.
    and god help you if you live in a state with a democratic governor,
    because trump wont.

    ALL americans sacrificed much for the common good
    during world war 2, and are doing so now,
    good bless you every one who is.
    it will be worth it in the end,
    but ONLY if we see the job through to the end.

    look what happened when bush ended the iraq war one day early
    because he thought it was pretty much done.

    choosing to not finish winning a war
    is choosing to have to fight it all over again.
    and probably with even higher stakes.

    we need to see this through . . . together.
I agree with you dude 100%!
My wife and I are soldiers in this war against Covid19 and we will battle like you and all other patriots to the end. I just wish the governor of California or the governor of New York would run for president instead of slow Joe. At this times leadership is critical to deal us into victory soon!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


1seeking1 54F
3020 posts
4/20/2020 1:03 pm

Work shut down since March 13, we all keeping distance and staying home.. less sex, less social interaction. Hopefully this will help flatten the curve


Love2eatpussy756 32M
30 posts
4/20/2020 12:58 pm

Nothing much has changed for me


PAWAPh 44M
12390 posts
4/20/2020 12:20 pm

*Voted*

Jack


thikhead 63M
2840 posts
4/20/2020 12:05 pm

with all due respect,
and with understanding your (and all of our) frustrations,

"this shit", as you call it,
is helping to lessen the still staggering loss of lives,
suffering and economic chaos,
and could have been less painful and more effective if initiated sooner.

like if predator trump didnt fuck around for two months
denying it and insulting those who DID raise concerns
just to look "in charge and in control"
to con you into voting for him.

oh sure, he "closed" the china border,
but then TOTALLY turned his back on the issue as closed,
instead of following up and paying attention as this unfolded.

he couldnt possibly conceive that one wave of his "magic wand"
might not have totally solved any and every issue.

so, thank to the almighty great orange-head used car salesman
for this having gotten to where it is today.
and god help you if you live in a state with a democratic governor,
because trump wont.

ALL americans sacrificed much for the common good
during world war 2, and are doing so now,
good bless you every one who is.
it will be worth it in the end,
but ONLY if we see the job through to the end.

look what happened when bush ended the iraq war one day early
because he thought it was pretty much done.

choosing to not finish winning a war
is choosing to have to fight it all over again.
and probably with even higher stakes.

we need to see this through . . . together.

"were all in this together"


Tmptrzz 57F  
77882 posts
4/20/2020 11:19 am

Happy Monday my friend great Poll for today, I did vote..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


Granny872 67F  
2116 posts
4/20/2020 11:17 am

Life hasn't changed a lot for me, except for not being able to go out for lunch a couple of times a week.

I quit my job in mid-February, hence, I was already isolated prior to most of the stay-at-home orders going into effect.

I don't indulge in virtual sex of any kind, so ... no biggie there except that a lot of chatters who don't read my profile first are sorely disappointed about that right now, lol!

None of us are getting out alive, so let's at least try to be nice to each other while we're here.


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 10:56 am

    Quoting Apollorising58:
    In california we are still under lockdown, confinement in place and told to practice social distancing.
Good thing I am in California and not in some Muslim country!

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Apollorising58 59M  
5470 posts
4/20/2020 10:53 am

In california we are still under lockdown, confinement in place and told to practice social distancing.

Become an Apollorising58 watcher!


Become a member to create a blog