For my 25th birthday, I decided to treat myself to three months on Match.com. My intent was to date 30 men in 90 days but I soon learned that “fieldwork” can become quite addictive… especially when it involves cocktails, stilettos and a seemingly unending supply of eligible bachelors!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Frequent Online Dates:
A Gentleman’s Guide to Wooing Women:
The Importance of Eating Sushi:
My Continued Adventures on eHARMony:
The Wedding Date That Wasn’t Mine:
6 Responses to “Manthropology”
Nice. Only serious bloggers have a Q&A page. Impressive.
Hilarious! You are brave. I tried match.com for 3 months once…and….ick.
Yes, it seems like people have extremely varied experiences…
so…what would your advice be to a 20 year old girl who is only attracted to men who don’t want to be in relationships? i’ve always been incredibly independent (and sadly, I’ve found out that’s a rare thing) and have been perfectly happy being single. yet everyone else seems to think that’s odd. i won’t go on a date unless i’m completely crazy about someone.
Somehow I missed this comment- sorry! My advice would be to give it time. If you’re comfortable being single, then stay single. Revel in it! And if you only date men who don’t want relationships, and don’t seem all that hung up on being in a relationship yourself, maybe that’s okay for now? Who cares about what everyone else thinks. You’re the only one who matters.
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