Saturday, April 28, 2012


Talked to a new coworker today.  She actually met her husband in San Francisco!  This is a first.  They met online several years ago.  We talked about her dating adventures in SF before she met her husband.  She said the guys are flakes.  I can see it! 

I think flake applies to everyone though, guys and gals, in all situations.  For example, people will meet up for drinks as friends and say, something like "Let's do it again."  They then never do it again.  This happens with my assorted friends and I think it's great because I'd rather be doing something else.  Almost anything else.  My idea of fun early evening is not sitting in a loud bar shouting at each other.

Then there are people I actually want to see, but my couch just sounds so do my pajamas.  I don't think I have always been a flake.  SF encourages it and I don't mind.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Jobs and Personalities

I wonder, how closely are personalities and jobs related?  If a guys is a very aggressive pitbull lawyer or investment banker, is he also a pitbull (aka sshole) outside of work?  Was thinking about this because I want a successful guy (duh), but I don't want the typical pr*ck personality that goes with success.

I knew a successful investment banker, a giant d*ck all around.  D*ck at work, d*ck to his friends, maybe nice to his mom, and that's about it.  He liked to agitate others (coworkers, friends, roommates) and was all around inconsiderate.

Need to give this some more thought.  There are always anomalies, but if personalities and jobs are tied very closely together, that would mean there are certain occupations to avoid like the plague.  This is also tough because I think age is also part of this equation.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

New Blogger Format

Blogger has changed.  Everything looks different.  I sometimes had issues posting before, but now I really have issues.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Asian fetish

I was trying hard to block this out, but ick, there were a lot of 60+ year old men with Asian fetishes at that singles party Saturday night.  There were also guys trying to play grab ass (I would have broken an arm had anyone tried with me).  Yeah, I am never going to one of those parties ever again.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Generation Y

I was reading this book about Generation Y.  This book was more focused on what Gen Ys buy and why.  However, it did talk about dating and relationships.  Maybe this not meeting desirable guys is an age thing?  It said many Gen Ys don't know how to date because dating doesn't really exist.  Instead people "hang out" in groups and "hookup."  It also said Gen Y was brought up believing they could and would have anything they want = no settling.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Hah Singles Party

I've never been to a singles party, now I know why.  As you know (or should know by now), I really don't care what people think about me.  Was supposed to go to the party with a gal pal.  She flaked, no surprise.  I went myself.  Yes, this is bold, but what do I care?  I know there would be no shortage of guys trying to talk to me.  Unfortunately, these guys were more "seniors" than anything else...think retired and collecting Social Security.  Interesting lines I heard tonight:
  • You have the prettiest face out of all the ladies here
  • Want the keys to my place?
  • Let's make this dance our song
At least they tried and got the hint.  Still had fun, danced like I just don't care.

Monday, April 2, 2012


Nope again.  Went out with one guy.  Stayed sober.  His personality is nice, but once again, I don't see it.

Ugh, Valley Guy contacted me a couple of weeks ago.  Did I reply?  Absolutely not.  He seems like the type that can't hear no.  He seems like the type that would turn into a stalker.  It's been months since I last spoke to him and he has contacted me two or three times.  Ummm.