Spoiler Alert! Down to One.

One year. An entire year has passed and I am struggling to get back on track with writing. My most recent post 3 Boys, 24 Hours literally happened November 29-30, 2016, just over a year ago. I recently decided that this past year’s experiences will be some of the final current events I will tell you about in The Boys I Encounter. I will continue to write past life experiences as originally planned on The Boys I Encounter, but for now, how things stand in my life, The Boys I Encounter is no longer a fitting title for the foreseeable future because I somehow found myself in a monogamous relationship. I will be starting a second blog as I start this new chapter of my life and I’ll share those details with you soon.

Coming from the girl who didn’t see herself in a monogamous relationship, I’ll tell you now, shit happens. You can’t always control how life goes and who you fall in love with, just go with it and let it happen. SHIT! Did I just say fall in love? I did, didn’t I? He and I have yet to say those three little (big deal) words, but it’s been in the back of my mind for what seems like forever now and I’m sure he’ll find out soon enough now that I’m writing it out loud. We’ve only been officially dating a little over a month, but even before then, he has ultimately become the most important boy I’ve encountered; the one and only I want.

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So who is this boy? Is it Neighbor Boy? The Australian? Some other boy I’ve written about? Or is it a boy yet to be introduced? You’ll just have to follow and keep reading to find out. 

Yours Truly,
Kallie Pygus

35 thoughts on “Spoiler Alert! Down to One.

  1. Love this. I always say I don’t believe in happy ever afters but in many ways these are the stories that are just that. Even if my dates don’t turn into ‘the one’, and believe me none of them is supposed to be, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s lurking in there somewhere. My relationship history is chequered (I have a serious problem with falling in love/lust at first sight) so the place where I am now is the most empowered I have ever been. I’ve only just joined your site so I’m going to avidly read your archive.

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    1. Thanks for following! And I never believed in happily ever after nor actively sought out a relationship, but like I said, shit happens. What I’ve always told almost every boy I’ve encountered over my past few years of being single is that “I’m looking to let things unfold naturally; I think that people who actively search for a relationship ultimately fail. I am open to hookups and casual sex and potentially more, but the guy has to be fucking amazing for me to want a relationship of any kind.” And I found just that, a fucking amazing guy who understands me, accepts me for who I am, and seems to feel the same way for me that I do for him. Right now, he is all I can imagine ever wanting. But who knows where our relationship will lead us; perhaps like my past post, being in an open or polyamorous relationship will be something to consider down the line, but at the same time, I can’t imagine needing anyone else like I used to think I would. Kind of funny how things happen. I hope you continue to read The Boys I Encounter, I definitely see how my experiences could mirror yours. Enjoy! 😉

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      1. Dare I say I’m disappointed? You’re refreshing. You’re complicated. You’re difficult to master. And now you’re saying :”heh … that was all a facade. I’m really just waiting for the right guy to swoon over!” No build up. No anticipation. No secrets revealed. Just move on to a new blog. Please dear gawd not let it be Neighbor Boy.

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      2. You will see with due time who it is. And I’m fine with your disappointment. I figured there would be quite a few disappointed to hear I’m in a relationship, but I do plan on writing my life’s tale of sex and love and lust and everything before sex made things so complicated. Sorry, but then again, not sorry! 😉

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      3. Thanks! Glad you’re happy for me. I will try to fill my blog with more fun material still. And maybe The Boys I Encounter won’t be the same, but I’m sure you’ve got others out there who are still single and writing!

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  2. Looking forward to hearing more! And I’m excited to have discovered some more blogs to follow (not that I have the time!) via these comments. I’m looking forward to posting more actively as my life starts to settle a little…..contemplating spending the summer as a unicorn – I’m definitely not ready to date and fuck buddies can be annoying/complicated.

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      1. Oh yes I totally agree. The thing is, that I believe I have the “right person” but neither of us are ready to start anything there….I think it’s quite obvious throughout my blog how much I care for TheMaster and whilst I’m not resigning myself to being hung up on him, I don’t think it’s fair to any potential date that during this time that I don’t know where we stand (i.e. if we are ever going to get to know each other at least, to begin with) I know I will compare everyone to TheMaster.
        If you see my recent post ‘On love’….me trying to determine how you truly know when it is love and not infatuation or idealised fantasy, I do feel like TheMaster is a combination of belonging and acceptance to me. And I am very much just letting things happen as they go for now.
        Unicorn adventures are proving to be the best so far – I will be posting more soon!

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      2. It’s been a minute since I’ve read your blog, I will get caught up soon. In all honesty, both my boyfriend and I weren’t looking to get into a relationship, both of us had other casual things going and the timing sure as hell wasn’t right, but I didn’t want to lose someone so perfect for me. I hope you’re adventures lead you to new exciting people or maybe TheMaster and you will make it work 😉

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  3. I am just happy for you 🙂 I am sure your blog will be as interesting as it is now. You are in a relationship, not a completely different person. So I dont worry about that at all 🙂

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    1. Thanks Amy! I will be contributing to write The Boys I Encounter, and I still have almost a year’s worth of material to eat caught up on before I reveal who my boyfriend is…. so there’s still time. Then there will still be material from my earlier encounters before The Boys I Encounter and even earlier life events. Thanks again! I’ll be writing more soon. 🙂

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    1. Thanks! Also, as I’ve told others, there’s still plenty to write about. I’ve got a year’s worth of material before revealing who my boyfriend is, then after that, I’ll be writing about my encounters be The Boys I Encounter and earlier life events. I’m sure you’ll still enjoy 😉

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  4. I’m not sure if you remember me. But I wrote about my take on fwb about 6 months ago and you commented it. I recall you saying no to relationships. Now 6 months later, you are in one! I’m amazed how much you’ve grown. I’ll miss the crazy sex stories though. LOL. But I do hope you and your boyfriend an amazing journey together.

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    1. I just looked back, yes! I remember. I definitely have been saying for a few years now that I wasn’t interested in a relationship. In fact, I was very hesitant to get into this relationship, not because of who he is, he is perfect for me, but hesitant because I have had some very toxic relationships in the past; having fwb and casual sex filled my sexual desires without being put in a vulnerable place to be consumed by a toxic relationship. These are things I have realized over the past several months, things I will share with everyone as the story unfolds. Thanks for commenting! Like you wrote: “It’s only a matter of time before you realize that love is much better than hook-ups.” I am seeing this now, although if I were single again, I would probably go back to casual fwb until I found another love.

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      1. LOL! Well then again, I’m not always right you know. Everybody has their own pace when it comes to being in another relationship. Hey, I was in your position before I met my boyfriend. Except no sex was involved because I was committed to saving for the right one. But I still got my heart stomped here and there. Anyway, I’m still glad you found yours. I do hope he’s a keeper.

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      2. True. I’ve said that with mine a year ago. However, we’re still together a year later. If you’re damn sure he’s a keeper, then I’m sure you’ll be fine. Never let your past get in the way of your future.

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      3. Thanks for the advice! I’ve definitely been learning that over the past several months in regards to relationships. He’s been really good for me and how I navigate through relationships. But I think we are both good for each other in that way; like me, he was also very much anti-relationship and all about casual sex before we got together. Somehow, even though we both wanted nothing serious, we still ended up getting serious. Funny how things work out like that.

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      4. Yeah definitely. My boyfriend was very positive about love when he met me. I try to give him the impression that love sucks. But he had a feeling I was coming from a broken background. In the end, he wooed me the right way. And love is in the air. (I’m getting all gushy from talking about him) xD

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      5. Awwww! That’s always a good sign, when you feel that gushy feeling anytime you think about him. I definitely get that with my boyfriend, he’s pretty damn wonderful. 😀

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      6. Ikr 🙂 But sometimes I feel shy about expressing my gushiness for him. He always tells me to never be shy about it since we’re both intimate with each other.

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      7. Being vulnerable is so difficult. When my boyfriend and I started to get serious, I kept trying not to show my emotions and how vulnerable I actually was to the point where I broke down and told him I hate how vulnerable he makes me, but now I embrace that vulnerable feeling.

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      8. Yeah, I know how you feel about the vulnerable part. It was difficult for me, especially coming from a dark place. But nonetheless, he still gave me hope and wrap his warm arms around me. ❤ hehe. I think I should stop now. I'm getting giggly for thinking about my boyfriend.

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