Cuffing season is upon us. The time when you start getting less “where the wave at” texts from your homies, and more “I been thinking about you” texts from your exes. The weather gets colder, TV gets good; tis the season to get chose. But a season can’t truly be kicked off without predictions (sure to be wrong).
You’re much more likely to meet someone at the grocery store, gym or cafe.
Its just not going to work with that followed you’re DMing.
Quirky is the new hot
Instagram is like match.com for narcissists, buyer beware.
Dogs are the best wingmen you can have
Your ex hasn’t changed. They haven’t.
Online dating will only work in major metropolitan cities
Whether one calls or texts will lend no credence to how they feel
There’s someone you don’t know yet but sees you regularly, do something different and get their attention.
Wednesday night is the perfect night for a date
If every third sentence is an innuendo, take the hint
Late subways, long lines, you’ll be surprised how common aggravations unite people
“Thick girls are made for cuddling” – A.L. Benjamin. Still true.
A dope graphic tee is the best icebreaker you can have
You won’t be the only one until you ask to be
They’re not your ex. They’ll never be your ex.
If you meet a guy on a dating site; they probably have an offline girlfriend
If you meet a woman on a dating site; they want a relationship, not you
Its 2014, no one loses numbers anymore. Respond to their “who’s this” with a “never mind” and watch how quickly their memory jogs.
Men don’t mind being asked out too.
Most breakups happen on a Monday, I just found that interesting.
Most relationships are made or broken in 4-5 months, if you start now you can clinch a Thanksgiving playoff berth, a thoughtful Christmas gift and might even have make it to Valentines Day. And then you mourn the breakup for a bit and youre back at it in the spring. Ridiculous, perhaps. But hey, people seem to ride with it. And to those I say, Happy hunting.