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Author: Thuvia Big red star, 1000 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 65467  
Subject: My dilemma Date: 7/1/2002 1:56 PM
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Last winter while pretending to ski in Cortina, Italy, I met a very wealthy older man. I was with a group of friends and he came on to me (but not too persistently). He didn't speak English and my Italian is very limited, so it was a lot of squeezing and soulful looks.

My dilemma is that I've been invited (with another male friend) to go on his 100 foot Hatteras yacht cruising offshore Corsica and Sardinia. I'm not sure if I'm putting myself in an awkward situation. He seemed very pleasant, but are there unspoken expectations? Will I have duties? There will be other mutual friends there, but if he indeed makes a pass and takes badly my rebuff, it would put my friends in a tough situation as he is a very, very important client.

Maybe I'm just reading too much into the invitation and worrying unecessarily?

Thuvia

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