Years ago, I decided to give this whole “online dating craze” a try. The experience taught me a few things: 1) a good picture is worth way more than a thousand words, 2) the same people that are getting hit on at bars are also the ones getting hit on online, and 3) don’t fall for someone you…
I’ve heard it said that men cheat for the sex and women cheat for the emotional validation.
I’m not so sure. This is probably because I frequently get approached by women that are married or have boyfriends, but once they have a little alcohol in them, they tell me that sometimes they’d just like…
there’s no way around it: breakups suck.
the pit in your stomach.
the ache in the morning that seems to take over your whole body as you wonder if you’re ever going to make it without this person.
the feeling that you should be making better progress than you’re making.
Being on a date with someone new can be fun. Especially if you find them attractive. Especially if they seem to like you, too. So, when you’re out with someone new and you start drinking a little and start imagining all the great times you’re going to share together. The laughs. The passion. The…
Dating Decision Process
(with sympathy to short people) -AM
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i knew women did this…
I’ve heard of women who break up with men because they “deserve better,” that they “deserve to be in love,” or that they “deserve to be with someone who loves [them] like Edward loves Bella.”
And when I hear this, I think, “do you?” (I also think they’re probably having an affair, but I’ll save…
We’ve [read: you’ve] all done it.
Tried to, at least.
Say your boyfriend/partner/husband/crush breaks up with you—I know, that would never happen because nobody in their right (or wrong) mind would break up with you—but let’s just say it happens, for argument’s sake.
Ok, so your boyfriend breaks up with you, and he starts dating somebody else. And, let’s face it, she’s not very pretty. Duh. In fact, it’s hard to believe that he’s dating her at all. How could he do that to himself after dating you? Was he really that insecure that he’d have to go to somebody so unattractive, so unappealing? At what point did he lose all self respect?
He left you to be with her.
Even more so because he seems to be happy with her.
Men. Such pussies. Have to date someone weak and ugly just so they feel better about themselves.
Well, you’ll show him.
You’ll start dating someone much hotter, much cooler, much more successful than he could ever be. Just to show him that you were the prize and he was the dumbass for getting rid of you.
And so he’ll believe you when you say you’ll never take him back.
Because you won’t. Probably.
No, definitely. Most definitely won’t take him back even though sometimes it seems like you might not be completely closed to the idea, but he’s clearly shown himself unworthy for someone like you.
Ok, now, back to new, hot guy. Where to find him? How to hook him? How to be seen in public with him? And then what to do with him once you have him and he likes you and, for some reason, you’re completely bored with him as you realize why he was single and has been single for the last 9 years.
This is why you don’t date people for just their looks.
Because there’s a certain part of you that wants a partner, not a pet.
I guess it’s back to being good with being alone.
But it sure felt good to know that he knew that you could land someone hotter.
And to know that you could be the one to send a supposed “great catch” away.