Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.

My Energy Needs a Sex Change

So, first a few quick facts. 1) I actually like online dating (this should not be news to anyone who’s read this blog more than 2 or 3 times). I think it’s an easy way to meet new guys. I don’t think it’s stressful, nor do I feel my self-esteem being battered away by the […]

Never Love Someone More Than They Love You… What about the opposite?

So I was talking with a friend, catching up (I know it sounds like all I do is date and socialize, but that’s just because I leave the other parts of my life off the blog. In reality, I haven’t seen much of my friends lately, and I’ve been missing them). Somewhere in our conversation […]

Luck Luck Luck Luck Luck – > There, I said it!

I was chatting with a friend over dinner last night.   He’s single.  I’m single.  We’d each prefer to be in a relationship, if it were the right one/a good one.  But we’re not in relationships.  *shrug* And I said that the thing that upsets me most about the single/dating industry (of which, I realize, […]

Speaking of GGG, On a Scale of 1-10…

In yesterday’s post I made reference to the phrase GGG and even joked about there being a GGG scale. I provided a link to the Urban Dictionary (my favorite reference source) so that folks who weren’t familiar with the phrase could get become so. But since GGG is the topic du jour: GGG stands for […]

Making Peace With Our Choices

First, I should probably warn you up-front that this will likely be one of my fuzzy brained posts. Not because I don’t know what I mean, but because I can’t grab onto the right words. The other night I was at a dinner party and listening to friends give another friend dating advice.  She, the […]