Tuesday, September 27, 2011

What Happened To Valley Guy?

Yes, back to Valley Guy.  This is hilarious.  I am glad I can find humor in everything.

All sorts of things came out of this guy's mouth on the third date, such as:
  1. How many dates is it going to take for us to hook up?
  2. Why haven't you made a move on me yet?
  3. Are you ever going to put on a sexy black dress for me or do you like dressing like a 17 year old boy?
  4. How do you not think that is funny?  You are stupid.  I am just kidding (nope, didn't seem like he was kidding)
  5. I thought I had you figured out, but I guess I don't (this has got to be the funniest.  More often than not, I appear ditzy.  Yeah, sometimes I really am ditzy, but that doesn't mean I am not watching/keeping notes)
  6. I am really smart, much smarter than you (really?  See #5)
  7. I don't believe you don't want me
He left the ball in my court last time I saw him.  I really thought he knew he was cut.  I think he knows now...  He has only called once and driven by my apartment once.  Yes, he really did drive by my place (how many times, I don't know, I only caught him once).  How embarrassing is it for him that I caught him driving by my apartment because I was standing at the curb talking to a friend?  LMAO.  Yes, most girls would be scared of some guy driving by her place, but I was not; I am used to it, this kind of sh*t happens to me ALL the time.

I am sure he means well and no, I don't wish him harm.  I think he is really immature and a mama's boy.  He whined and threw tantrums.  He even tried to use peer pressure, "Everyone is doing it."


Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Why Do I Do This

Against my better judgement, I went out with the Valley Guy again (this guy).  I didn't do it because I thought there was something there.  I did it because he was so persistent and I became curious.  He sent me several messages (unreturned messages because I just didn't reply).  None of these messages were scary/stalkerish.  They seemed nice and he seemed interested.

So, we went out a couple of more times.  The first date was fine, he was funny.  I didn't learn a single thing about him that I didn't already know; purely superficial conversation.  The second date was dinner...at his place.  I was under the impression that we were meeting up at his place and going from there.  That's what he told me we would be doing.  No real conversation, watched TV.  The guy has a car and didn't even offer to drive me home.  At this point I shouldn't have even agreed to a third date; I wasn't planning to.  Then he called with a daytime activity that sounded fun.  Third date was fun in the beginning and I wish I saw him in daylight earlier because this guy looks old.  I wouldn't be surprised if he was in his early 40s and lied about his age.  I knew on the third date that I would never see him again.  I thought he understood this, I was wrong.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Pen Pal or Therapist

What is with guys who want to exchange 100 emails, but never ask to meet up?  I am not looking for a pen pal, nor do I have the time to write 100 emails.

Even worse, guys who keep wanting to talk to you on the phone.  How does that help anyone?  I don't want to be a therapist, I don't want to know about your day, I don't care what did over the weekend.  Why?  Because we have never met and I haven't even decided if I would consider you a friend.  Sure, you can spend hours on the phone with someone and then meet them in person only to realize, there is no chemistry.  That is the ultimate waste of time.

Guys that date online need to: stop trying to have a phone conversation and stop exchanging several emails without asking to meet in person.

Thursday, September 1, 2011