I put “I know every word to “Drops Of Jupiter” by Train” as the “Most private thing you’re willing to admit” section of my ok cupid account.
this whole post.
- Ex-Non-Boyfriend: Hope you're doing better today.
- Me: Meh.
- Me: It's the way of the world. I either date guys with commitment issues who fuck me up emotionally or get dumped over stupid shit.
- Ex-Non-Boyfriend: :-(
- Me: So... thanks for that.
- Ex-Non-Boyfriend: I'll leave you alone.
So agree. They are adorable together.
Watch and take notes. That’s a surprisingly healthy marriage.
- me: I'm just not cut out for dumping
- A: Dude, just keep delaying
- me: haha
- A: Don't be the duck, be the DUDE
- me: LOL
- A: that's what a dude would do...but he'd totally remain in touch...infuriatingly
- me: So, so true.
- A: I'm telling you, that's the new #strat. What we think is incredibly cruel and unnecessary, they think is totally normal.
appears to be the magic # of dates it takes for men I LIKE to completely lose interest in me. GREAT.
Has anyone else observed a trend here or is it just me and general lack of relationship abilities?
What do you think?
Did this on my third dates with both S + M (ignore THAT double entendre, please), in fact. It is, indeed, a smooth move.
Got a date this weekend?
They’ll be impressed with your generosity…and your moves.
Try this move this weekend and tell us how it goes!
It turns out that the devastating pain we feel when we break up is not just emotional in nature. In fact, it closely mirrors the feeling one has when in withdrawal from several drugs. Imaging studies have found that the pain involved in a breakup is registered by the brain as real pain—similar areas of the brain light up after the collapse of a relationship as when we break a leg..
So, indeed, love hurts.