of course it probably makes the most sense to do the opposite of what Randy and his shaftmate Mugwog suggest.
I don't think it could hurt to try to spend some time with him, Ivy. "End of the year" is still 2 months away. If you can treat it as something casual and not get attached, 2 months is enough time to figure out that he wasn't all you imagined he might be, or maybe to decide that he'd be worth taking some trips to NY for. Either way, it'd not become something you wish you'd gone for.
How many people really, truly regret dating or sleeping with a person briefly? (Barring any lifelong consequences, I suppose...). Most of the time we regret not going for it and never finding out what could have been with that person.
I've come to the conclusion that I just have no interest in meeting new people to date right now. I went on a date Saturday and it was... fine. There was nothing wrong with the guy that I can really put my finger on, he was attractive enough, the date went okay, and yet I have no interest in seeing him again.
At least all the other guys, I could find something WRONG with. It's disconcerting to realize that I'd rather just go out dancing, or hang out with my friends, than meet guys. :/
Not really. I just hate dates. Come over and listen to music and fuck? Perfect. Dates suck.
I picked the guy I went on a date with over a week ago up from the airport on Monday wearing a self made shirt that says "ZERO FUCKS."
But have you fucked him yet?
Sodomy is such a wholesome word, I wish I could find a tactful way to introduce it into conversation.
"why are you so annoying" TheKlein25
That should earn him something.
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
nice pic, robin
and as for the NY-bound guy, i gave him my number. i also asked him out friday. for someone not being on facebook much, this was a stupid idea of me to invite him out to a ticketed function, but fuck it. i'm working on a back-up plan. apparently no one i know wants to see demetri martin. unless you know me and want to go, hit me up
also, this poor baby broke up his parent's marriage with uglyness:
Man divorces & sues wife for being ugly, wins
Divorces are never pretty, but this one is pretty ugly. A man from northern China divorced and sued his wife for being ugly. He won $120,000 in the lawsuit and has once again made the world question the validity of phrases like "marriage" and "love".
The northern Chinese man, Jian Feng, married his wife and was reportedly absolutely in love with her. Soon, as will happen, she became pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl, which was when the problems arose for Feng.
He thought the baby was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified him. The baby resembled neither of her parents, so Feng demanded to know who the father was, because jumping to conclusions about your wife's faithfulness is the obvious thing to do when you have an ugly baby.
As it turns out, his wife didn't cheat, but did gloss over the fact that she had spent $100,000 on intense plastic surgery to severely change how she looked before she met him. It's the kind of thing that can slip your mind on the first date. After his wife revealed this to him, Feng took the only right-minded course of action and divorced and sued her, claiming that she got him to marry her under false pretences. The false pretence presumably being that she was good looking. Incredibly, the (presumably male) judge sympathised with Feng and he won $120,000 in the case.
It's usually the victim of court cases that you're supposed to feel sorry for, but it's kind of difficult to feel sorry for the man who is angry at his beautiful wife for being ugly at some point in her life. If you're going to feel sorry for anyone, feel sorry for their child, whom will forever be known as the baby that broke her parent's marriage - with her face.
That is such an amazing story.
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