I hung out with my girlfriends again, planned my 10-year high school reunion, tried my hand at surfing and explored the world in my kayak.
After a year, a nice guy at a State Park helped me load my kayak onto my car and asked me out.
I hope the day finds you well, though I must admit that I imagine you don’t receive an enormous amount of sunlight in the basement-caves from which you are posting your lecherous, unsolicited comments.
If I had to pinpoint an image in my mind, I would guess that it’s one of those basement rec-rooms from the 70s, complete with olive green shag carpeting and faux-wood paneling on the walls, with perhaps one of those tiny basement windows which is just big enough to allow the errant millipede to crawl through and get into your Hoarders-esque stash of Doritos. I’m here today to talk to you about the comments you’ve been posting and messages you’ve been sending — notably on dating sites, but found just about everywhere — which are simply unacceptable.
It's rare for this to be the only thing a website will want its users to do, though.
No more creepy, wholly inappropriate commentary on women’s profiles.
To illustrate my point, a few salient examples of your misdeeds: Let’s ignore the problems in grammar and spelling, as — aside from it being a recurring theme in nearly every Desperate Guy’s opening statements — it really just serves to detract from the issue at hand.
Being Single Again I embraced my singleness, and went date-less for almost a year.
When that relationship ended (amicably, I might add), I was 26 and my once single friends were spending weekends picking out paint chips instead of going out with me!