I read this study that said women feel empowered by speed dating because of the free choice.
You’re not a slave, and you don’t need to pay for something you can do yourself each weekend.
When I was sixteen, my sister and I were helping my grandmother organize some old photographs.
I'd just gone through a particularly harrowing breakup (it involved the bitter division of Wesley Snipes film bootlegs on VHS, to provide both historical and raw emotional context).
The book of Asshole teaches that a woman will put up with whatever you throw at her if she has no one else to fall back on.
Handsome guys, average guys, even ugly ones, are quick to remind a girl that there are trick, dudes convince women that they can’t do better, won’t do better, and should be thankful she found him.
A master manipulator figures out from the introduction that you’re either the type of woman who has guys knocking at her door, or the type who cracks the door and hopes someone walks by. There are women who know their value, but there remains a large percentage who by this paranoia that there are only a few quality men in this world that will ever cross her path and be interested.
Eh, that joke was funny but not as funny as the ones that the guy I date on Saturdays tells. Great, now I've met another person who knows I'm dating this person and I have to spend my dates with other people looking for that person like they're a spy who could cause my undoing. I know I need to make a decision before things go too far (becoming too physical), but how do I know when?I am trying not to let things move too fast physically or emotionally, but they both seem very interested and I just don’t know what to do.Great, now I have to find multiple destinations in completely different neighborhoods so I don't accidentally overlap and then have to have an awkward exchange in the middle of the street. I kind of like one of them, I do, but I also currently like boning multiple randos more. Making sure one hookup isn't leaving things at your place that another hookup could find later. Plus, isn't it better that I'm not committing to someone I'm not sure about than to commit too soon and still reminisce about rando boning? Aww, this love note you left on my pillow in the morning is completely cute but now I have to hide it in an old grocery bag I'll shove in my closet so the person I have coming over in an hour doesn't get offended by something they technically don't have any right to be offended by because it's only our third date. It is one thing for me to be dating multiple people, but I am supposed to be the most incredible person you have ever met, so much so that you cannot even fathom ever dating anyone else again as long as you live! You want to schedule them back to back but you've seen enough sitcoms to know that's not a good idea. He probably even sees people I go out with going out with other people.