Saturday, September 5, 2015

Sh*t Sh*t Sh*t

I just received first class tickets for a weekend getaway to Seattle from New Leaf Guy for after he gets back from his work travel later this month.  He said if those dates don't work, we can find a better weekend.  Sh*t, sh*t, sh*t, I don't know what to do.  I was so angry with him months ago.  I swore him off!

As we know, with time, we forget how angry we were and remember the good more than the bad (I don't know about you, but I do this).  Since his facebook games didn't work, this is his new angle?  I know this is his idea of a grand gesture.  It does seem like he is trying.
 
I've been on some very uninspiring dates recently, which makes this even more tempting.  Well, that and the fact that I know I liked him.  I don't like many of the men I meet.

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  1. That sure is a grand gesture! Maybe your talk finally got through to him. I would go! It's a free trip, and you're totally in control of what you do once you're there.

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    1. I don't know what to do, I was so mad at him...

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  2. You like him because he is giving you things. The tone of your blog posts (I've been reading for years) is that you expect a guy to wine and dine you, to buy you nice things, while you sit back and take them because you "deserve" it for the sheer fact of being a woman. You've never once listed any of the things you LIKE about this guy, only what he's lacking and why you're annoyed.

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    1. Hi Anon, you are correct, I do like it when men are gentlemen and I do believe it is their role to wine and dine women (not all women look for this, I understand, but I do). I know you don't know me IRL. Men wine and dine me very frequently. Recently, a guy I've never met emailed me a $200 Amazon gift card because I was having a bad day. I've been taken to the best restaurants in SF by many men who have been hoping to impress me. What I'm saying is finding a man who buys me things and wines and dines is a piece of cake.

      You've been a reader for years, so you know the answer to this...what do I like about him? We have a spark. He's smart, and we have a good time. Perhaps I haven't spelled it out, but I guess a reader could figure this out because the opposites apply when it wasn't a good date. I'm sure I've talked about spark before...

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  3. From my perspective, this invitation is just a pre-scheduled booty call. Yeah, an expensive one but still. I think you'll take it because it's right up your alley.

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    1. You are assuming I've slept with him, which I haven't

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  4. Not yet. Isn't it pretty transparent that's what this trip is all about?

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    1. No, I don't think so. It's more about following up on broken promises

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