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

My 5 Best Curl Up on the Sofa Date Movies

First, some stuff:  1) pretty recently I saw a post on best date movies.  I can’t remember where. I forgot to bookmark it and this morning when I googled it I came up with these old posts from and AskMen but that’s not the one that made me think of it.  Oh well. 2) […]

Etiquette in the Digital Age – The Poll

So many of you told me (here, on Twitter, via email…) that Monday’s post, Etiquette in the Digital Age, should have been a poll that I felt I had no choice but to go with it.  Sorry if this seems like rehashing the same thing, over and over.  But it will be interesting to see […]
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Etiquette in the Digital Age

Regular readers have heard me rant and rave about how much I hate it when a guy relies on texts as his main means of communication with me.  If I give a guy my phone number it means I want him to call me. And if we’re seeing each other on a regular basis and […]
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No Match

As I mentioned last week, I decided it was time to give my OkCupid and nerve profiles a rest.  At least for a little while.  In the meantime, I’m supposed to be making more of an effort to go out and meet new people (hard when you’re not feeling well, which was the case for […]

Time to Change

I’ve been switching back and forth, for the past few months, between two online dating services: OkCupid and  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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