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

Why Do You Ask?

First, let me state that this post is not meant to offend anyone.  Anyone who reads it and is subsequently offended should, perhaps, set aside some time for self-reflection as the only people who would be offended by this post are those who are full of shit.  And if you’re full of shit and I’m […]
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Time to Change

I’ve been switching back and forth, for the past few months, between two online dating services: OkCupid and nerve.com.  Sometimes using them simultaneously and sometimes just one or the other.  I like them both (each for different reasons, which I’ve mentioned before).  And, in fact, there are several dozen guys in NYC in my target […]
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A Matter of Trust (Trust?)

I was supposed to have a date with Mr. Nicepost tonight.  Was.  I got an email from him early this afternoon saying that he was sick.  The flu.  He suggested we get together Friday.  But I have family stuff this weekend and so… People get sick all of the time.  It happens. And yet my […]

So, I’m Gonna Go There

Last week I mentioned how weird this was for me, trying to negotiate my new reality (gosh that sounds so dramatic).  My new reality = I’ve met a guy who I like and we’ve gone on a couple of dates and because I immediately knew he was the kind of person who’d get it/be cool […]
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One for the Guys

Ok guys, don’t say I never did anything for you. If you follow the instructions I’m going to give you today, you will be guarenteed better dates in the future.  Probably.  Unless you don’t need this advice.  In which case, attaboy. Are you a man who is actively dating, or single and thinking that he’d […]
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