Hi this is Biff and Julie – The Acme Bloggers.
Hope you like what Justin had to say last week. Here’s his follow-up.
I am in one of those moods where I really want to be in a relationship. I called ACME and left the following message in their Men seeking Men category.
“My name is Justin. I am 22 years old, very good looking, swimmer’s build, just an all around nice guy. I have a lot of super friends, and a great life, but sometimes, I really think it would be nice to have a boyfriend. So, I guess, I would say, I am open to whatever happens. I am tired of the bars, and looking to meet a man who might also want a relationship if everything clicks. If you are a good looking, nice guy, preferably with a muscular hairy chest and you want to actually go on a date, a real date, then leave me a message. Age is totally open, but no retirees please. ”
After I posted that message, I went into to the ACME chat lounge. Within a few minutes, I had a chat request from a guy name John. We chatted for a while and he seems like a nice guy. We are going to chat again tomorrow night and see what happens….
So, I met that guy John from the ACME Chat Lounge for coffee tonight. He was really nice, and cute, but we just didn’t have sexual chemistry. Actually, I think we will end up being friends, because we have a lot in common, and there was never a lull in the conversation. They always say you can never have too many friends, and I believe that. Funny story though, I actually met a guy a few months ago who didn’t agree with that philosophy. We chatted on the phone a few times, and things seemed to click. We decided to meet for lunch (don’t do that, meet for a drink or coffee first before committing to a meal together). As soon as he showed up at the restaurant, I realized that he just wasn’t my type and I wasn’t attracted to him. We did have a fun lunch, and he was a nice guy, but I just didn’t feel a spark romantically. At the end of the lunch, he said he really like me, and would like to go on a date. I hate moments like this, but honesty is the best policy, so I said that I had a fun time, but just didn’t feel a spark, and would like to be friends. He actually responded, “Well, no thanks, I have enough friends.” Then he gets up and leaves. Some men are so immature.
After another bad date last night, I started thinking that someone should lay down a set of rules when it comes to dating. Here is my first attempt:
1) Shower before going on a date
2) Make sure your car is clean
3) Don’t have garlic at lunch before you have a date that night
4) Don’t talk about your ex on a first date (or second or third)
5) Show up on time
6) Don’t lie about your age
Thanks Justin. That’s all for this week. Thanks for all the comments you have been leaving. Keep em up.
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