I’m new to online dating. I’m a nice, good-looking guy with a good job, but I have a muscular condition that causes me to shake a lot. I’m not looking to fool anyone, but I don’t want to advertise my condition on my profile because it’s so personal. My last date was several months ago,…
My mom left when I was young, and my former husband left me, too. Maybe because of this, I’ve noticed that I’m quick to assume that any man I’m seeing is ditching me. In the early stages of dating, if there’s a lag in calling or texting me back, I’ll lash out — block the…
Saying you won’t have kids for “moral reasons” sounds better than my reasons: I find them loud, sticky, and expensive.
A woman like your girlfriend, with a history of dating shady guys, can find the most inconsequential things suspicious, down to the way you drip creamer into your coffee — surely Morse code telling that pretty woman across the cafe that you want to have sex with her.
Unfortunately, it’s the rare man who has a mind-reading helmet, and even if this one does, there’s a good chance it’s in the back of his closet under a pile of socks containing semen specimens from the mid-‘90s.
It’s great to find a woman who laughs at your wit, but not when she sounds like she’ll follow up with “I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!”
I recently started dating this new girl. I asked her whether her lips and boobs are real (and it turns out they are). However, I did call her out on having a nose job. She admitted it but seemed kind of upset. It’s the truth. And she’s beautiful, however she got that way. What’s the…
Kids these days grow up so fast. Before you know it, they’re 50 and back home doing bong hits in the basement.
On a date, you should merely be splashing your personality around, tempted as you may be to hold a guy down and try to drown him in it.
The French make this sort of mismatch sound sexy and fabulous, calling what she’s feeling “la douleur exquise” — the “exquisite pain” of wanting somebody you can’t have.