Monday, August 11, 2014

No, I Don't Think So

I love it when a guy wants to meet in a coffee shop right under his office (which happens to be about 2 miles from where I am).  No, I don't think so.  I suggested at our midpoint.  Let's see what he does with that.  Btw, yes, at this point, I would not be surprised if he simply disappears.

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  1. I hate that!! At this point I'm so done with these idiot men

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    1. Yup! Anon, do you live in SF? Wondering if this is seen in other parts of the US

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  2. A lot of people don't always realize how rude that is, especially men. I try to preempt it by telling men exactly what neighborhoods work for me, and let them choose the exact venue.

    Once, a guy kept insisting on meeting in the far west neighborhood of SF and when I got him to compromise, he sheepishly admitted he lived in that western neighborhood and never really ventured elsewhere, despite living in SF for years. That itself was a reason not to give him a second date.

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    1. I feel like these are things their parents should have taught them (the whole how to be a gentleman thing). Lol, your far west SF guy, ugh

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    2. I just don't think they consider that a gentleman thing. I 'm sure they are no different with friends. It's annoying but it's something that can be fixed with subtle training.

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    3. When I encounter these guys, I always think no chivalry and not interested enough (I've had dates with guys who have driven hours up to SF from the valley

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    4. Guys in the valley have no choice, there's no women there for them to date.

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    5. Is it really that bad down there? Every time I've been at Santana Row and Palo Alto, seen plenty of ladies.

      Re: these guys, I'm fine with that, if a guy insists on a girl meeting him where it's convenient for him, fine, he can meet up with that other girl (cause it's not going to be me, lol)

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