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

Too Young?

I like questions. And polls (obviously). So I tend to pay attention to polls on other sites. This week’s poll on Cupid’s Pulse caught my eye. I always thought of myself as a late-bloomer, in this respect (there seemed to be so many couples in love in high school and then even more in college […]

Misplaced Love

I know, I know. It’s been almost a week since I’ve responded to comments. I’m reading them. I’m not ignoring you. I just haven’t had the extra energy to reply. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’ve been saying that a lot lately. Anyway, I do have a little story for today.  One that I think most […]

One, Two, Three Dates – a quick update

As it stands now, I have 3 dates scheduled this week (none of which are with this guy, btw). I think that may be too much/too many, but these are all men I’ve been communicating with for a while. For weeks (I was out of town for weeks and “met” these guys online right before […]

Open to Love

So here’s a question for you, is falling in love a choice? Or, to be more grammatically accurate, do we choose to fall in love? I’ve been thinking about this for days.  Ever since I read KB in NYC’s great post, I’m Crazy for Loving You. In it, she writes about the fact that she’s […]

4 Ways to Bed a Gold Digger (and send me running)

Today’s post was supposed to be centered on some new data release by Match.com. My regular readers know that I love data. LOVE IT.  But alas, I’ve had no time to write a coherent post on the topic.  Seriously, it’s already past noon on a Friday and I’m just now getting to my Friday post. I […]