The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

11 May 2003

Birds/Bees 101 (revisited)

Something I posted at the end of January:

Pretty much the entire dating cycle is beyond my comprehension, so I am always interested in other people's methods, especially when they're less unsuccessful than mine.

On the other hand, this technique of Dawn Olsen's seems awfully familiar somehow:

My idea of dating has always been to zero in on my subject and then confuse them with a befuddling mix of flattery and abuse.

Now comes this from Donna:

I will try Speed Dating again next month. And I will really try not to be so verbally combatant with the fellows. Analyzing it, I think I may purposely alienate potential matches, so they don't get the chance to reject me later.

When even the Major Babes feel like they're getting nowhere, those of us on the fringes of date-ability must surely be doomed.

Posted at 11:44 AM to Table for One


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Actually, I figure if the Major Babes feel like they're getting nowhere, they may be getting just desperate enough to give somebody like me a try.

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Not that it does me any good now, of course.

Posted by: Kevin McGehee at 12:24 PM on 11 May 2003

"Love is like oxygen: you get too much, you get too high, not enough and you're gonna die." - Sweet

HTML works differently, though.

Posted by: CGHill at 2:15 PM on 11 May 2003

What is this "love" stuff of which you speak? Does it have anything to do with this strange "dating" ritual I keep hearing about?

Posted by: Andrea Harris at 2:22 PM on 11 May 2003

In the best of all possible worlds, it would. Unfortunately, this isn't it. :)

Posted by: CGHill at 2:45 PM on 11 May 2003