Dating and experience and disaster
This is thanks to the way millennials fall in love — more often than not, online.They flick through potential matches on sites such as and My Single Friend with distressing rapidity, discounting anyone they don’t fancy straight away.What could possibly be better for looking for potential mate on your own terms, while kicking back in your PJs?However, most people who have spent any amount of time "playing the field" can tell you that they have had their fair share of dating horror stories.
‘They say that looks don’t count for much — there goes your proof.’ High society used to abound with couples in which the woman was far more beautiful than the man. About a week after The Red Flag Guy the Fur Rondy Guy started messaging me. He was my age, loved to go hiking, and enjoyed traveling. A message came through from a guy in his mid-40s who was a homebrewer and worked on the slope. We talked though and this guy was smart, had a lot of depth, and I thought, well… We texted for two weeks and decided to meet when he came off of the slope. About an hour later I received my first call from him. That night was the annual ball and Fur Rondy Beard contest. We talked for a few minutes and then he made an excuse that he needed to leave. he said that I looked bigger than in my pictures and he thought I would be more fit. He was right, but it still hurt to hear that someone thinks you are amazing, but that you aren’t dateable because of how much you weigh. I started talking to another guy, this time from Tinder (I know, I know). I was pretty gun shy after these last few winners and was going online to deactivate my account. When you don’t work around people and are new to town it is hard to meet people offline. I’m a different kind of woman and I honestly have no idea how to meet quality men or date anymore. I mean, how hard is it to find someone who loves the outdoors, wants to go hiking, camping, and fishing, knows what the Internet is and what a blog is (don’t even ask), and likes good, not shitty, craft beer? 😉 Until then, wait for the next post in I guess, my new series… I’m so bored of men pretending to not have girlfriends all the time, that’s basically been 2017.Oh, I also had a great 2-day boyfriend the other week, then I physically lost him in London cause his phone died and I got pissed off and haven’t seen him since.