Anyone in LA can tell you that this week has been unseasonably warm and a perfect time to hike or picnic (sorry, East Coast). This may seem cliché, but rom coms know what they’re talking about when they feature picnics at Central Park. Natural foliage will set a romantic mood, just like a scene out of Ruby Sparks. Sometimes it’s easier to talk to someone on a blanket while you pull goodies out of a bag, than sitting in a restaurant trying to decipher the menu.
He asks me if I have any roommates. I tell him no. Then he says,
“I have three. Ya… I’m poor.”
My heart breaks. He’s not making a joke. I can see it in his body language. He’s making a statement. I hate that a lack of money can rip the self-confidence right out of man. I’m not a rich girl either. And I’m definitely no gold digger. You can tell by my history of dating disc golfers and professional foosball players. I have no patterns to the men I date. I just like who I like…
Where to Meet A Husband? Should Men Use Emoji? And other awesome discussions on “Between the Sheets”+comment
We discussed everything from what it’s like dating in LA, meeting men, where to meet men, men using emoji’s in texts, what is too many exclamation points in email and twitter, where we met our husbands, karaoke and generally laughed a lot. Watch our episode to see if Julia and I can complete the s”Bang Session Speed Round.”
A breakdown of the 7 Dwarves and the 7 Personalities of Partying: Dopey: This is the girl that, in the course of the evening, loses her purse, her phone, her ID, maybe even a shoe. She parties blissfully through the night unconcerned about her belongings while her friends just try to make sure she makes it home. She’ll have long conversations with total creeper guys, and she has a tendency to wander off. Best word of advice: keep an eye on Dopey.